Chemistry: A Study of Matter 01
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Chemistry: A Study of Matter provides instructional content delivered through thirty-minute episodes and integrated classroom materials. Episodes provide content while giving cues for the classroom instructor to pause the program and interact with students, engaging them in discussions, problem-solving, and laboratory activities. This is disc 1 of 11 in the series. This disc contains episodes 101-104 of Chemistry: A Study of Matter.
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The Georgia Public Broadcasting Chemistry series is hands-down one of the best educational series I've ever seen. My understanding is that the entire state of Georgia uses these videos for chemistry education, but I don't know that for sure. Either way, these videos are superb for students (high school or college) who are struggling with chemistry, who are being home-schooled, who missed a day or week of class. Each video includes interactive notes, and each unit has a review worksheet. The videos are well-organized, use easy-to-understand language/examples/models, and are very thorough (on a basic level). I only remember seeing one VERY minor mistake in the entire series. Every parent who home schools a high school student and every high school chemistry department (or library) should own this series. It covers every basic chemistry concept, and for an extremely low cost. I think the entire series is around $270 (~30 lessons at ~25 minutes each). Most other educational videos will set you back fifty bucks or more for ONE 15-minute video...and they typically aren't very good at all. The teacher in this series is definitely on the corny side, but you get used to it. Who expected a normal science teacher anyway? I really can't praise this series enough.