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8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!
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8 Awesome Project-Based Chemistry Challenges That Engage Students!

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HOW do you spark the natural passion and curiosity of students in chemistry education? How do you keep them fascinated, engaged and excited about learning chemistry? Here are 8 project-based, student-centered chemistry challenges from Active Chemistry® that students will love.

Active Chemistry® was supported through National Science Foundation funding and consequently produced through rigorous, iterative, research-based development cycles. It is based on the latest research from the cognitive sciences on how students learn. students develop a community of practice and a culture of collaboration and communication. The presentations of the Chapter Challenges provide students with opportunities
 to engage in scientific arguments using evidence and science knowledge, and promote a deeper understanding through public practice. Active Chemistry® reflects the full scope of chemistry content standards for high school—those identified as the Disciplinary Core Ideas in A Framework for K-12 Science Education and those of individual states and districts.

More on Active Chemistry®: http://bit.ly/PBLchemistry
Blog Post: Chemistry Get Its Groove Back – Thanks to Project-Based, Active Learning - http://bit.ly/1KopPx5

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