Saturday, February 1 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Chemistry - One in a Million

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How do we teach topics such as electron configurations—that were graduate school material a generation ago—so that high school students can learn and understand them? Walk away with some effective ways to teach the structure of the atom. Using a user-friendly spectrophotometer, explore how light interacts with dyes. Then use unique spectrum cards to show how atoms, color, and spectra are related, making a conceptual bridge between a core chemical technology—making dyes—and the fundamental structure of the atom.


Zach Smith

LAB-AIDS offers full year curriculum for middle school science, biology and chemistry. We also specialize in easy to teach, hands-on supplemental labs that come complete with materials, student sheets and lesson plans.


Saturday February 1, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am