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bullet Busy Teachers' Website K-12:  Georgia Institute of Technology - provides access to lesson plans, activities, and classroom resources in a number of subjects.
bullet ChemCollective:  The Chemistry Collective is a collection of virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, and concepts tests which can be incorporated into a variety of teaching approaches as pre-labs, alternatives to textbook homework, and in-class activities for individuals or teams. It is organized by a group of faculty and staff at Carnegie Mellon University for college and high school teachers who are interested in using, assessing, and/or creating engaging online activities for chemistry education.
bullet Chemistry Fundamentals Program - UNC-Chapel Hill:  designed for anyone who wants an introduction or review of the fundamentals of chemistry that will be used in freshman level chemistry classes.  Provides a review of basic high school chemistry.
bullet Cosmic Chemistry:  An Elemental Question - McREL Eisenhower High Plains Consortium for Mathematics and Science:  a science module that explores the characteristics of chemical elements and the processes that led to the development of the periodic table.  Available only in .pdf format (requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader).
bullet Countertop Chemistry - The Science House, NC State University:  provides chemistry activities that using easily obtained chemicals.
bullet Doing Chemistry - University of Nebraska - Lincoln:  provides experiments in text form (visuals are lacking).  
bullet Doing Science:  An Introduction to Physical Science - Arizona Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers:  provides labs which cover concepts pertaining to motion, forces, water, light, and electricity and magnetism.
bulletDr. Slime's Laboratories - M. Garlick:  provides demonstrations  and Chemistry Carols.
bullet Elementary School Teacher's Place:  for K-5 teachers.  The site provides activities and projects, lesson plans, fun sites for kids, and math software.  Especially for teachers:  workshops, mailing lists and newsgroups, and articles and publications.
bullet Experiments by Exploration - Arizona Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers:  provides experiments pertaining to motion, energy, electricity and magnetism, and light.
bulletHands On Plastics -American Plastics Council:  lesson plans and background information on plastics for teachers.
bullet Heat:  An Agent of Change - McREL Eisenhower High Plains Consortium for Mathematics and Science:  a science module that explores concepts of heat and the challenges engineers faced in designing the Genesis spacecraft.  Available only in .pdf format (requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader).
bullet Illinois Institute of Technology SMILE Labs:  provides biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics labs for all grade levels.  The labs are only sorted by discipline, you will have to look at the school names to decide which labs to look at.
bullet Molecule of the Month - The School of Chemistry at the University of Bristol:  each month a new molecule is to be added to the list on this page. The links will take you to a page at one of the Web sites at a University Chemistry Department or commercial site in the UK, the US, or anywhere in the world, where useful (and hopefully entertaining!), information can be found about a particularly interesting molecule.
bullet Physical Science Activities Manual:  Center of Excellence for Science and Mathematics Education, University of Tennessee at Martin - a collection of labs for the physics section and the chemistry section of physical science.  The labs can be downloaded in MS Word (MAC version), or in Wordperfect (Windows version), or in .pdf format (requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader).
bullet Physical Science Laboratory Manual:  provides a couple of chemistry and physics labs.
bulletSalt: The Essence of Life - The Salt Institute:  a multidisciplinary curriculum for students in which salt is used to teach principles of chemistry, biology, geology, nutrition, agriculture, history, geography and economics, among others.
bulletScience is Fun in the Lab of Shakhashiri - Prof. Shakhashiri:  provides access to Chemical of the Week and Experiments You Can Do at Home.
bulletScience Resource Center - P. Gormley:  the Chemistry I link provides demonstrations, lab activities and teaching tips.  The Chemistry II link provides lab activities and teaching tips.  There is also a ChemCom Teachers Resource Center.  A ChemCom Chemistry Exam Exchange Center is also provided (all the exams are in .pdf format, requiring the Adobe Acrobat Reader).  Biology II, Life Science, and Physics pages are also provided.
bullet Science Activities Manual: K-8 World Wide Web Edition:  Center of Excellence for Science and Mathematics Education, University of Tennessee at Martin - The Science Activities Manual: K - 8 has been written to aid in the adaptation of the "Touch Science Concept" to the elementary/middle school classroom. Each terminal/content objective has been organized into a classroom connector which begins with a Set and ends with a Closure.
bullet  teachers can obtain a plastics kit as well as classroom activities involving plastics.  The site contains background materials and an extensive topic-based link area that provides information on subjects including the history of plastics, recycling, resource conservation, food safety and sports.
bullet Technical Sheets - National Science Teachers Association:  provides instructions for common laboratory procedures. 
bulletWoodrow Wilson Leadership Program for Teachers:  provides information about the program itself, and access to curriculum resources in biology, chemistry, environmental science, mathematics, and world history.  The chemistry offerings include:  Consumer Chemicals, Chemistry of Life, and the History of Chemistry.

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry: Learning Guides, Tutorials and Other Resources:  Chemistry is a fascinating field of science that studies the fundamental building blocks of the universe, but can seem challenging to those who have just begun their training. This page will assist the neophyte chemist in understanding the material, plotting the course of their education, and examine career prospects.


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