5 Interactive Periodic Tables Worth Losing Your Chemistry Cool Over!

Right now, we are beginning to unearth the awesomeness that is the periodic table in my science classroom. While perusing for lesson ideas and tech-driven resources, I came across these pretty nifty tables that make learning about the elements more interactive and engaging. TED-Ed Periodic Table Probably my favorite so far just because of the … Continue reading 5 Interactive Periodic Tables Worth Losing Your Chemistry Cool Over!

Periodic Table of Videos

The Period Table of Videos, true to its name, is a website that features 118 videos (one per major element). The videos include introductory information as well as interesting and engaging experiments, conducted by a team of chemists from the University of Nottingham in collaboration with BBC. Although they now have a complete table of … Continue reading Periodic Table of Videos

Periodic Table of Comic Books

Covering the elements in your chemistry class? Check out this wonderful Periodic Table of Comic Books! It has comic book pages that refer to elements organized in periodic table format. Although most of the comic books refer to them in┬ávillainous┬áschemes or fantastical experiments, it can be a fun and entertaining way to engage students! Below … Continue reading Periodic Table of Comic Books

Free App of the Week: Project Noah

So I know its been a few weeks since I've posted a free app, which might make the title of the post a little defunct, but I'm going to try to bring this back by talking about a fascinating science app, Project Noah. Essentially, Project Noah is a tool that helps students document organisms and … Continue reading Free App of the Week: Project Noah