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demonstrations and projects for the standard eight units. http://www.lapeer.lib.mi.us/chemcom/index.html ChemCool Chemistry resource that covers basic information. http://www.chemcool.com ChemEd 2009 Provides information about chemistry education's premier conference to be held August 2 - August 6, 2009 in Radford, Virginia. Many of America's best chemistry teachers gather to exchange ideas about teaching chemistry. You don't want to miss this conference! http://www.radford.edu/chemed2009/ Chemistry Teachers Support Group Originally developed as a website for high school chemistry teachers in Southern California, this website is now visited by chemistry teachers from all across the United States. One of its main features is a listserve where teachers can post questions and network with one another. http://www.hschem.org Chemsoc 109 This site offers a very cool visual interpretation of the periodic table, information about each element and a wide variety of other fascinating information about the periodic table. This is a must see! http://www.chemsoc.org/viselements/ ChemTutor Good chemistry resource. Lots of basic information is covered. http://www.chemtutor.com Council of State Science Supervisors CSSS is a professional organization composed of science education specialists from across the United
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States. This informational site can help keep you current about educational topics from assessment, reforms, and grants to best practices in teaching, safety and more.
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