Month: April 2015

One of the toughest things about chemistry is that you can’t see those stinkin’ little particles that make up everything.  How I envy the physics teachers whose students can calculate the velocity of a car zooming down the street in front of our school and the biology teachers whose students can dissect the kitty cat. […]

After it was over I felt utterly exhausted.  Developing my first laboratory experience that met the Performance Expections of NGSS required time and energy.  Was it worth it?  Absolutely. Finding the melting point of an unknown solid. After studying the NGSS Performance Expectations over winter break, I decided that an upcoming unit on Bonding and […]