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How Do I Teach Chemistry?


How do I Teach Chemistry?


How Do I Teach Chemistry?


Are you wondering how on earth you can cover chemistry in your homeschool high school? Click on Lee's video below for tips on how to teach chemistry!



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How Do I Teach Chemistry?


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Guest - Julieanne (website) on Monday, 18 August 2014 00:02

Do you have any other chemistry suggestions besides Apologia? I know several homeschool families whose children are really struggling using Apologia's chemistry curriculum, so maybe there's something else out there that would work as well but not require so much memorization and math.

Do you have any other chemistry suggestions besides Apologia? I know several homeschool families whose children are really struggling using Apologia's chemistry curriculum, so maybe there's something else out there that would work as well but not require so much memorization and math.
Guest - Assistant to The HomeScholar on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 23:25

Dear Julieanne,
In her article You CAN Teach High School Science Labs! Lee says "...use what works for [your] student, because not all children learn the same way. It’s more important that a curriculum WORKS than if it is popular, inexpensive, or highly rated." Lee also says to check out the following:
Chemistry 101 (Video-based chemistry) http://www.101science.com/Chemistry.htm
HomeTrainingTools.com http://www.hometrainingtools.com/a/customer-service (Call Customer Service)
HomeTrainingTools.com science curriculum page: http://www.hometrainingtools.com/science-curriculum/c/7/
Robin
Assistant to The HomeScholar

Dear Julieanne, In her article You CAN Teach High School Science Labs! Lee says "...use what works for [your] student, because not all children learn the same way. It’s more important that a curriculum WORKS than if it is popular, inexpensive, or highly rated." Lee also says to check out the following: Chemistry 101 (Video-based chemistry) http://www.101science.com/Chemistry.htm HomeTrainingTools.com http://www.hometrainingtools.com/a/customer-service (Call Customer Service) HomeTrainingTools.com science curriculum page: http://www.hometrainingtools.com/science-curriculum/c/7/ Robin Assistant to The HomeScholar
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