Final Submission- A course Walkthrough

Thank You very much Dr. Katia Hildebrandt

The process of creating the course prototype was enjoyable for me. I was initially concerned since I had never used anything like this before, and even at Covid, I had just used Google Slides and used Google Classroom for the assignment submission. Although I had no idea what it would take to create a course, I was eager to attempt something

new. I liked how the weeks built on each other; not only did it make the prototype seem less daunting, but it also introduced me to new technology that I may not have attempted otherwise. I discovered that I could improve and engage my prototype by adding something new every week.

It was a game changer for me in this course to be able to adapt this task to my own classroom. I wanted to make something that I could use with my pupils. However, this did cause some difficulties in the design process. As I discussed in earlier posts, I designed this Chemistry Basics for the Beginners course for my Grade 9 &10 students. It is always difficult to create useable technology for young learners. At times, I worried that I wouldn’t be able to use certain elements of the course, particularly the cooperation pieces. I enjoyed watching how other people created collaborative spaces using various applications, but when I considered my own course, I did not believe it would complement it in the same manner.

In practice, I too found the interactive video on LUMI to be a bit difficult. I thought it was a wonderful tool, however combining exam questions with reading is challenging, especially early in the school year. Despite these obstacles, I was able to design a course that I believed contained many vital topics while also (hopefully) working for my students. I discovered that making the initial Google Classroom was straightforward, and that using the ADDIE template allowed me to simply structure the course. Adding activities and adding , webpages, and lumi was a breeze. Learning about accessibility forced me to slow down and fill out all of the accessible features LUMI had to offer.

I was comfortable after our feedback session that I was on the correct course. I told my group that I didn’t think I’d done enough, and that it was difficult to compare my work to that of other students. My group made me feel confident and comfortable to prepare the modules. We discussed how we each have to bring the technology into our own contexts and make it work for our students. I found the entire course to be really intriguing; I’ve already discussed LUMI with several of my coworkers, and I’m thrilled to attempt this course in the fall and bring what I’ve learned about online and blended learning to my friends.


    A Course Walk through-

                            Chemistry Basics for the Beginners



Welcome to the Chemistry Fundamentals for Beginners course, an exciting and instructive trip into the realm of chemistry! We will give a complete tutorial on how to navigate our Google Classroom and enhance your learning experience in this blog post. This step-by-step guide will help you explore the essential ideas of chemistry with ease and enjoyment, whether you are a high school student, a curious learner, or someone returning to chemistry after a long hiatus.

Step 1: Accessing the Course

To begin your chemical journey, sign in to your Google account. If you do not already have an account, creating one is quick and easy. After logging in, use the browser ( or the Google Classroom app on your mobile device to access Google Classroom. Then, in the upper-right corner of the page, click the “+” symbol and select “Join class.” Your teacher will supply you with a unique class code to enroll in the Chemistry for Beginners course. Enter the code and click the “Join” button to join!

Step 2: Utilization of the Classroom User Interface

When you enroll, you will be directed to the course webpage. The course title, instructor’s name, and a brief explanation of what to expect from the course may be found here. On the site’s left side, you’ll discover a user-friendly navigation menu featuring categories such as “Stream,” “Classwork,” “People,” and “Grades.”

Step 3:  This step is to gain access to course materials.

To begin your educational adventure, go to the “Classwork” page. This is where all of the course materials are kept. There are modules or weeks in the course that cover various subjects. Each module will have a descriptive title and overview to assist you in navigating the topics and skills you will acquire during that time.

Step 4: Interaction with Course Content

Each module is jam-packed with interesting and helpful information. We provide everything from informative text-based courses to engrossing video lectures, interactive tests, and even downloadable tools. Take your time exploring the resources, internalize the knowledge, and cherish the learning experience. Remember, chemistry may be both enjoyable and intellectually engaging!

Step 5: Fifth, complete all assignments and examinations.


Instructor will provide evaluations and tasks throughout the course to check your knowledge and progress. When an assignment or test is due, go to the “Classwork” tab and click on the associated title. Make sure you read the directions completely, complete the assignment or assessment, and then submit it via Google Classroom. The instructor will provide you immediate feedback to help you grow and improve!

Step 6: Engaging in Conversations

We’ve added the “Stream” part since learning is a communal activity. This area serves as a hub for communication between you and your classmates. Your teacher may make announcements, start debates, and provide interesting course-related materials. The chemistry community is here to help you, so please feel free to engage in conversations, ask questions, and share your ideas. For playing the interesting game related to subject, I have added the Kahoot. I have included the link below.

Step 7: Keep Track of Your Progress

Are you curious about your performance? Google Classroom makes it easy to track your progress. You can get a summary of your performance in the course under the “Grades” option. Keep track of your grades to find areas for growth and to celebrate your achievements as you go.


Congratulations! You have just finished the guided tour of our Google Classroom course Chemistry Fundamentals for Beginners. We hope that this step-by-step tutorial has provided you with the information and confidence to begin your chemistry studies. Remember that education is a lifetime journey, and we are honoured to be a part of yours. So, let us begin, exploring the world of atoms and molecules and discovering the wonders of chemistry. Good luck with your studies!

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Once again Thank you very much Dr. Katia Hildebrandt. 










Self Introduction- Embracing Blended Learning to Make Chemistry Easy and Accessible

Who am I?

Good day to all of you, whether you’re a student or a chemist! I just fogot to introduce myself and my field of study in the busy schedule of learning of Online and Blended Learning course.  I’m Thenmozhi Babu, and I couldn’t be more happy to launch my blog and begin sharing with you some of the things I’ve learned from my experiences and observations. After spending more than a decade in the classroom instructing chemistry, I’ve come to the conclusion that the discipline is so much more than a topic; rather, it’s a fascinating examination into the very fabric of our day-to-day lives. Through this body of work, I want to demonstrate that everyone, if they have the right mindset, is capable of appreciating the aesthetic value of chemistry.

My Interest

My first interest in chemistry was prompted by the inextricable connection of the topic to our everyday lives, which continues to keep me interested to this day. Chemistry is a fascinating field of study due to the fact that it permeates every aspect of our lives, from the air we breathe to the water we consume. Over the course of my teaching career, I’ve seen several students struggle to grasp the concepts being covered in class, and many of them eventually gave up because they found the subject too challenging. Because of this challenge, I’ve been trying to come up with innovative methods for teaching and studying chemistry in the hopes of making the subject more appealing to a wider audience.

Use of Blended and Online Learning

The use of blended learning and technology in my classroom has resulted in a dramatic makeover of the space, which has enabled me to interact with students on a far deeper and more meaningful level. My education has been able to go much beyond the limitations of a traditional classroom as a direct result of my use of these cutting-edge tools. My channel on YouTube is one of the primary forums through which I provide practical information on how one might study Chemistry in a more effective manner. I am able to break down complex concepts for my pupils by using material that is pleasing to the eye. This allows them to more easily and enthusiastically absorb the information.

The incorporation of blended learning and technology into my work environment has proven to be tremendously useful, but the transition has not been without its fair share of challenges. Adjusting to the new techniques of teaching and the materials that were made available to them required some time and effort on their part. However, the benefits it brought to my children more than made up for the trouble it required. In addition, the environment of the internet has its own unique set of difficulties, such as the need to guarantee equitable access, to accommodate a variety of educational needs, and to cultivate community in spite of the existence of a digital divide.

In the future, one of my goals is to develop up the Basics of Chemistry curriculum modules using what I’ve learned about the successful design of online and blended learning environments. I’m really looking forward to that! My objective is to broaden access to these courses among a diverse range of students by making them engaging, thought-provoking, and independent learning experiences. My goal is to make studying Chemistry a fun and interactive experience for students by using multimedia, quizzes, and experiments that the students will carry out on their own.

My goal with this blog is to provide a forum in which I can discuss my ideas on blended and online education, as well as any other relevant materials that I come across. Together, we may study the many educational possibilities afforded by the advances in technology that have occurred in recent decades. I am certain that if we adopt the proper approach, put in the necessary amount of effort, and make use of materials that are up to date, we will be able to assist any student in feeling at ease with chemistry.

I am delighted that you have chosen to accompany me on this adventure, and I really hope that our time spent together is as enjoyable to you as it is to me. Please don’t hesitate to utilize the comments section to make any suggestions or ask any topics that you’d want me to address in forthcoming posts. Let’s put our heads together to find ways to simplify chemistry for everyone

I have designed the Basics of Chemistry modules for the Beginners in higher studies who feels the chemistry is difficult to approach.

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Community in online Learning

Cultivating a Thriving Online Learning Community:

                                    Building Bonds Beyond the Virtual Classroom


In recent years, the advent of online education has emerged as a viable and convenient alternative to the conventional classroom setting, signifying a noteworthy transformation in the educational domain that has transpired within the past few years. The significance of cultivating a sense of community in the realm of education via digital platforms cannot be overstated, as these platforms are instrumental in fortifying global connections to an unprecedented degree. Although e-learning lacks the element of direct interpersonal interaction, it is imperative to establish a thriving and dynamic virtual learning community to fully harness the vast capabilities of this pedagogical approach. Within this blog post, we shall delve into an exploration of the fundamental elements that contribute to the formation of a sense of community within the realm of digital interactions. Additionally, we shall elucidate the various benefits that arise from the cultivation of such a sense of community, particularly in relation to students. Let us embark upon an exploration of the various methodologies through which educators and learners can establish meaningful bonds that transcend the limitations imposed by the virtual educational environment.

Embracing Diversity: The Strength in Views from Many Different Angles

The capacity of online learning to bring together students from different parts of the world, with their own unique histories, cultures, and life experiences is one of its most significant benefits. The many different points of view that are represented here are what make this diversity so valuable. Online communities can become platforms for cross-cultural learning, which helps to promote global understanding and enriches the educational experience. This is accomplished through welcoming and celebrating the individuality of each learner.

Sparking Engagement: Interactive Learning for Lifelong Connections

Participation is essential to the accomplishment of any learning goal or objective. In order to increase engagement in the digital environment, inventiveness and originality are required. A variety of tools, such as interactive discussion forums, group projects, live webinars, and virtual simulations, can be used to cultivate an atmosphere in which students are encouraged to take an active role in the educational process and make meaningful contributions. Participants build connections that will last a lifetime when they actively engage with the content of the course and with their fellow students, which boosts both the learning process and personal development.

Peer Learning: Empowering Learners as Teachers and Students

Within the realm of online education, the idea of collaborative education among peers is a potent driving force. The learning process is transformed into a dynamic exchange of knowledge and expertise when learners are encouraged to take on dual roles as both teachers and students during the course of their education. Explaining ideas to one’s contemporaries is a great way to solidify one’s knowledge of those ideas, increase one’s self-assurance, and concurrently foster a sense of duty toward the expansion of the community.

Nurturing Support Systems: A Pillar of Resilience

Learners could experience feelings of isolation in the digital domain because there is no actual presence to interact with. Constructing solid networks of support is, for this reason, essential in the fight against emotions of isolation and detachment. Learners are able to build safe spaces for one another by using discussion boards, virtual office hours, and individualized feedback from their instructors. These spaces allow students to seek help, share ideas, and work through issues together.

Beyond the Virtual Classroom: Networking and Career Opportunities

The limitations of the course platform are not the only thing that online learning communities expand beyond. Through active participation in community debates, one can create opportunities for professional networking, so developing relationships with other professionals that may lead to career advancement and prospects. These relationships are further strengthened by alumni networks, which enable learners to remain engaged in the community long after they have finished their studies.

Celebrating Achievements: Fostering a Sense of Belonging

It is crucial to developing a pleasant and loving learning environment to acknowledge and celebrate the successes of the individuals who are being educated. Whether it’s praising significant accomplishments or rejoicing in an individual’s progress, providing learners with opportunities for positive reinforcement helps them feel like they belong in the community and boosts their sense of self-worth.

To summarize, the establishment of a successful online learning community is the result of a concerted effort on the part of instructors, students, and support personnel. In order to create connections that extend beyond the confines of a virtual classroom, it is essential to address issues such as inclusivity, stimulating participation, facilitating peer learning, cultivating support systems, and rewarding accomplishments. The power of community is something that will never become obsolete and will always be an essential part of the learning process, despite the ongoing impact that technology has and will continue to have on education. Educators and students alike have the ability to liberate the full potential of online education by engaging in community-building initiatives, which will result in the creation of an ecosystem of growth, support, and relationships that will last a lifetime.







Equity in Online learning

Equity in Online Learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift towards online learning, but it has also highlighted existing disparities in access to technology and internet connectivity. As more students rely on digital resources for their education, it is crucial to explore trends in equity and access to ensure that all learners could succeed.

The emergence of online learning as a revolutionary force in education has occurred in an era that is characterized by rapid technical breakthroughs and ever-expanding digital landscapes. Learners all around the world now have access to unprecedented levels of flexibility, accessibility, and convenience thanks to a movement in educational philosophy that brought about a paradigm shift in pedagogy. However, as we go forward into the exciting world of online education, it is vital that we address a significant issue that lies at the very heart of this revolution: equity in online learning.

Equity in online learning centres around the idea of fairness and inclusivity, which ensures that every learner, regardless of their background, geographical location, economic position, or skills, has an equal chance to access high-quality educational resources and opportunities. Equity in face-to-face learning focuses around the concept of equality, which ensures that every student has an equal opportunity to access high-quality educational resources and opportunities. While the digital domain has the ability to tear down barriers and make education more accessible to more people, it also presents its own set of unique issues that need for solutions that are proactive and creative.

In this age of connection, it is essential to recognize that not all students have equal access to the resources and technologies that are necessary for full participation in online learning experiences. This is a reality that must be accepted. The digital divide continues to be a significant barrier, producing shadows of inequality that threaten to inhibit the advancement of many students. In addition, there is a wide variety of learner backgrounds, each of which has its own set of specific educational requirements. Because of this, it is essential to take an inclusive approach when developing and delivering material, so that no one is left behind.

We need to traverse the complexity of digital literacy, affordability, cultural sensitivity, and the need for personalized support services in order to truly harness the transformative power of online learning. If we accomplish this, we will be able to pave the way for an educational landscape that values diversity, welcomes inclusivity, and gives learners from all walks of life the tools they need to prosper in the digital era.

This all-encompassing investigation digs into the numerous facets of equality in online learning, looking into both the issues that we currently face and the potential for transformation that lie ahead. As we set out on this adventure, let us conceive of a future in which education is unrestricted by geographical limitations, shatters the shackles of inequality, and enables each and every student to realize their full potential by utilizing the myriad of enlightening opportunities presented by online education.

No matter their origin, geography, skills, or financial status, all students should have equitable access to high-quality education. This is what is meant by “equity” in online learning. Online education can help close gaps and reach a wider audience, but it can also bring forth new issues with fairness and inclusivity. To guarantee that no one is left behind in the digital learning environment, it is imperative to address these issues.

The following are some essential elements of equity in online learning:

Access to Technology: Some students might not have access to the tools they need to engage fully in online classes, such as laptops, tablets, or dependable internet connections. A critical step toward achieving equity in online learning is making sure that all students have access to the necessary technologies.

Digital literacy: The degree of digital literacy among students from various backgrounds may differ. To enable all learners to use online tools and platforms effectively, support and training are necessary.

Inclusive Content and Design: Content that is inclusive and assets that are well-designed should be used online. Students with disabilities should be able to access the material, and varied learning preferences and styles should be taken into account.

Flexible Learning Options: Some students could have time restrictions as a result of their jobs, family obligations, or other commitments. Students that require more changeable schedules can be helped by providing flexible learning options like asynchronous learning or part-time courses.

Culturally Responsive Education: Education that is culturally responsive should value cultural diversity and take into account the backgrounds of its students. The learning process can be improved, and inclusivity can be promoted, by incorporating varied perspectives in the curriculum.

Support Services: Offering sufficient support services, such tutoring, counselling, and technical support, can help students get through obstacles they might face in the online learning environment.

Affordability: It is important to take into account how much online courses and other resources will cost so that students from various socioeconomic levels can participate without encountering significant financial hardships.

Reducing Bias: In order to provide fair assessments and outcomes for all students, efforts should be taken to minimize bias in the assessment methods and algorithms used in online learning platforms.

Addressing the Homework Gap: Differential learning outcomes can result from certain students’ lack of access to the internet or suitable study spaces at home. The “homework gap” can be closed with the aid of initiatives.

Engaging Underrepresented Groups: Diversifying the student body and advancing educational fairness can be achieved by encouraging and assisting underrepresented groups to take advantage of online learning opportunities.

To build a more inclusive and accessible educational environment, educational institutions, legislators, and technology suppliers must work together to address these equity concerns in online learning. By doing this, we can fully realize how online education may enhance educational achievements for all students, regardless of their circumstances or background.

Content Creation and H5P

Online and Blended Learning- Overview

In recent years, online and blended learning have become well-liked and successful educational strategies, providing new options for both students and teachers. These strategies make use of technology’s power to improve learning opportunities, encourage flexibility, and get around geographical limitations.

The distribution of educational materials and teaching over the internet and digital platforms is referred to as online learning. Without having to be present in a typical classroom, it gives students the chance to access course materials, take part in discussions, and complete assignments from a distance. A dynamic and interesting learning experience is made possible by the inclusion of features like video lectures, interactive multimedia, discussion forums, and online evaluations on online learning platforms.

On the other side, blended learning blends in-person education with online learning. It combines conventional classroom instruction with online materials and exercises. Students participate in both in-person sessions with their instructors and online exercises that they can complete at their own leisure when using a blended learning strategy. This method enables students to access and review online resources outside of the classroom while still gaining from face-to-face interaction with their teachers and peers during in-person sessions, resulting in a more individualized learning experience.

Online and hybrid learning each have their benefits. They first offer flexibility in terms of time and place. The flexibility of having access to course materials and taking part in discussions allows students to juggle their academic obligations with other responsibilities. Those with business or family obligations, as well as those who reside in rural places, will benefit most from this flexibility.

Second, varied learning preferences and styles can be accommodated via online and hybrid learning. While the option to revisit and study the material aids people who benefit from repetition and self-paced learning, the usage of multimedia and interactive features in online courses appeals to visual and auditory learners. A range of teaching techniques and activities can be used with blended learning thanks to the incorporation of internet resources, which encourages active learning and student engagement.

Online and hybrid learning can also promote a sense of accessibility and inclusivity. They can offer educational opportunities to people with disabilities or those living in underprivileged areas, for example, who may have physical or geographic limitations. Online tools can also help students from different backgrounds communicate and work together, fostering cross-cultural understanding and a global viewpoint

A Chemistry teacher- Passion

As a passionate chemistry teacher, I strive to create an engaging and inspiring learning environment for my students. Every class I teach reflects my genuine passion for the subject. I think it’s important to go beyond the textbook and relate chemistry ideas to practical uses, which makes the topic interesting and approachable. To pique my pupils’ attention and encourage their curiosity, I am continuously looking for cutting-edge teaching strategies and practical experiments. The “aha” moments when my pupils understand difficult ideas and truly appreciate the beauty of chemistry make my heart swell with joy. I am committed to helping students succeed academically and encouraging them to follow their interests in science by challenging them to think critically and ask probing questions. My goal is to inspire the future generation of chemists, researchers, and problem-solvers by developing a love of chemistry in my pupils.

As a dedicated educator, I produce thorough training modules in my native tongue to promote efficient learning for chemistry beginners. I give students a rich and engaging experience by utilizing the capabilities of Google Classroom. These lessons are specifically created to gradually present fundamental ideas, ensuring a thorough comprehension of the subject. Students develop understanding of subjects like atomic structure, chemical bonding, and chemical reactions through engaging presentations, entertaining movies, and educational texts. To boost understanding and promote application, practical activities and tests are introduced. I also give students helpful time-management and study-strategy tips, enabling them to plan their study materials, handle difficult ideas, and enhance their learning. Google Classroom promotes a helpful and engaging learning environment by allowing for active involvement, peer collaboration, and simple access to clarification. My goal with these carefully constructed modules is to provide beginning chemistry students the tools they need and spark a passion for chemistry that will last a lifetime.

Lumi- Overview for the Class Modules

The unique and cutting-edge technology Lumi has completely changed how we perceive light. Lumi is a distinctive and immersive lighting solution that combines use with aesthetic appeal and was created utilizing cutting-edge materials and engineering. Lumi is made to offer flexible and adaptable lighting solutions, enabling users to develop captivating lighting environments that match their preferences and requirements. Lumi not only improves the visual ambiance with its energy-efficient LED technology, but also encourages sustainability and energy efficiency. Lumi adds a new dimension to lighting design, providing an unmatched experience that excites and inspires, whether it is for indoor, outdoor, or commercial areas.

I have used Lumi for making the content of mine. Kindly go through the video which i have made it in local language of my home country.

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Course profile and Objectives

Understanding the basics of Chemistry for the Higher Studies

Course Profile & Objectives

          This course’s goal is to give students a thorough understanding of chemistry’s fundamental ideas and principles as well as how they might be used in the real world. The following objectives are pursued by the course:

  • Foundation in Chemistry: The course aims to establish a strong foundation in chemistry by introducing students to key concepts, theories, and principles. Students will develop a solid understanding of topics such as atomic structure, chemical bonding, reactions, stoichiometry, and the periodic table.
  • Practical Applications: The course highlights the practical applications of chemistry in various fields such as medicine, environmental science, energy production, and materials science. By exploring real-world examples and case studies, students will understand how chemistry impacts our daily lives and contributes to advancements in science and technology.
  • Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving: Through engaging learning experiences and activities, the course encourages students to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students will learn to analyze and interpret data, make connections between different concepts, and apply chemistry principles to solve problems in different contexts.
  • Laboratory Skills and Scientific Inquiry: The course includes hands-on laboratory experiments to develop students’ practical skills, including experimental design, data collection, analysis, and scientific communication. Students will also engage in scientific inquiry, asking questions, making observations, and conducting experiments to deepen their understanding of chemistry concepts.
  • Communication and Collaboration: The course fosters effective communication and collaboration skills through group discussions, presentations, and teamwork on laboratory experiments. Students will learn to articulate their ideas, actively participate in discussions, and work collaboratively with their peers.
  • Ethical Considerations: The course highlights the ethical considerations and responsibilities associated with the practice of chemistry. Students will learn about proper handling and disposal of chemicals, scientific integrity, and the importance of ethical conduct in scientific research.

Target Student Population and Demographic:

This course is tailored for high school students aged 13 to 18 years, aiming to develop a foundational understanding of chemistry. The target student population includes students from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and educational experiences, and is designed to be inclusive and accessible. The course includes online lessons, learning resources, discussion forums, virtual laboratories, assessments, instructor support, self-paced learning, and collaborative projects. The course covers key topics and concepts of chemistry, including multimedia presentations, interactive modules, and recorded lectures. The course is designed to accommodate students from different educational systems and settings, including public schools, private schools, and homeschooling environments. The course may also be suitable for individuals outside of this age range who are interested in gaining a foundational understanding of chemistry.Course Content, Instruction & Assessment

  • Build a Solid Foundation: Give pupils a thorough understanding of chemistry’s fundamental ideas and concepts, such as atoms, molecules, chemical processes, and stoichiometry.
  • Connect Chemistry to the Real World: Show students how chemistry is relevant in a variety of sectors, including technology, environmental science, and medicine. This will help them understand how chemistry affects their daily lives.
  • Encourage Students to Ask Questions and Think Critically: Through engaging activities and stimulating discussions, encourage students to ask questions, think critically, and build problem-solving abilities.
  • Develop a Passion for Chemistry: Motivate students to seek further education and professions in disciplines connected to chemistry by encouraging them to take an authentic interest in the subject and its possible applications.
  • Improve realistic Skills: Give students realistic laboratory experiences to reinforce theoretical ideas. This will help them to build practical skills, laboratory procedures, and safety procedures.
  • Promote Collaboration and Communication: To promote effective communication and collaboration among students, encourage teamwork, group discussions, and presentations.

Learners will participate in a  Google Classroom LMS and instruction will be delivered in a blended format with flexibility and choice due to asynchronous and synchronous learning opportunities. Learners will complete assignments and submit required documentation in the Google Classroom.

Students will use a variety of instructional technology tools to participate in learning as well as for formative assessment including:

  • Kahoot
  • Padlet
  • Google Jam board
  • Google Docs
  • Flipgrid
  • Teams

Throughout the course learners will also engage in readings, storytelling, project-based learning, brainstorming/concept mapping, field trips, service learning, games, debates, fish-bowls, group discussions, journaling, jigsaws and more!

Assessment throughout the course will be primarily formative as the goal of the course is to co-construct relevant, personalized learning improvement goals specific to a complex setting. Formative assessment such as games, surveys or anecdotal documentation will be used to adjust goals and respond to arising areas of passion or concerns.

Learners outcomes

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Show that you have a solid understanding of the fundamental tenets and ideas of chemistry, including stoichiometry, chemical processes, and atoms and molecules.
  • Explain the practical uses of chemistry and comprehend how it affects a variety of industries, including technology, environmental science, and medicine.
  • Apply analytical and problem-solving skills to chemistry-related issues, displaying the capacity for scientific thought and sound judgment.
  • Conduct simple laboratory experiments while adhering to correct procedures, safety guidelines, and data analysis to strengthen conceptual ideas and cultivate practical abilities.
  • Clarify, coherently, and accurately convey chemistry-related concepts and ideas in both speech and written form.
  • To improve comprehension and shared learning, work successfully in teams while participating in conversations, peer reviews, and cooperative learning activities.
  • Know and understand the ethical obligations and issues that come with practising chemistry, including how to handle and dispose of chemicals properly.
  • Create a lifetime interest in chemistry and related subjects by developing a passion for the subject and cultivating a curiosity-driven mentality.

ADDIE Template

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Welcome to the World Of Chemistry!

Have you ever wondered about the importance of chemistry in everyday life? You might ask yourself this question if you’re studying chemistry. Finding an answer is one of the most common chemistry homework assignments. Here’s a look at why chemistry matters:

Why Chemistry Is Important

Chemistry is important in everyday life because:

  • Everything is made of chemicals. You are made of chemicals. So is your dog. So is your desk. So is the sun. Drugs are chemicals. Food is made from chemicals.
  • Many of the changes you observe in the world around you are caused by chemical reactions. Examples include leaves changing colorscooking food and getting yourself clean.
  • Knowing some chemistry can help you make day-to-day decisions that affect your life. Can I mix these household chemicals? What are safe mosquito repellents? Will my bottled water expire? Can I mix types of motor oils for my vehicle?
  • Understanding basic chemistry is essential for understanding the effects of chemicals on the environment. This information can be used to give plants the best nutrients to help them grow or to decide how to dispose of chemicals without poisoning the air or water supply.
  • Chemistry concepts are important in other disciplines. It’s key to cooking, biology, physics, and astronomy.
  • Chemistry is fun! It can be used to make colors change, alter recipes, color flames, make things glow in the dark, or even make stuff explode. Many people study chemistry not because it’s a requirement for a class but because they are interested in using it to explore the world and to try science projects. As hobbies go, chemistry is inexpensive because home chemicals can be used to perform many interesting experiments.