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At the Science Learning Hub, we know teaching chemistry can feel a bit overwhelming. In this recorded professional learning session, Greta Dromgool takes you step by step through key ideas associated with physical and chemical properties, including:

  • identifying properties of a range of different materials
  • grouping materials based on observed or measured properties
  • exploring additional resources available to support you

You may find it easier to download the video and slide show presentation.

Thank you so much. It is really valuable to get this information and to be constantly filling up our knowledge and competencies.

Teacher

Index

Topic

Slide show number(s )

Video timecode

Introducing the Science Learning Hub and presenters

1

00:00

Index

2

00:06

Purpose

3

00:30

Teacher experiences of teaching and learning chemistry

4–5

01:31

NZ curriculum levels 1 and 2 – exploring common materials

6–9

03:20

Properties of materials

10–14

06:16

Changing materials

15–17

13:34

NZ curriculum levels 3 and 4 – measuring and grouping

18–21

16:54

NZ curriculum level 5 – investigating groups of materials

22–31

25:00

SLH links, keep in touch and thanks

32–33

31:11

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Related content

Wanting to explore more chemistry ideas and chemistry in a variety of different contexts? Have a look at the amazing content we have available on the Hub including the article Properties of materials – introduction and the properties of matter and atoms and molecules concepts. Check out our awesome related resources about mixtures, recycling, melting and fire, or visit our context-based chemistry articles looking at elements, limestone, plasma and digestion chemistry.

Want to know more? See the second webinar in this series, Chemistry made simple – atoms.

Content is very helpful and informative.

Teacher

 

    Published 7 September 2018 Referencing Hub articles