Immersive Intro to Chemistry: Live Learning

Intro to Chemistry: Live, Online, Fun, Safe

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Like the name says, this course is an intro to chemistry. It’s live (on Zoom), includes a complete video textbook, and it’s super flexible in case you can’t make all the class meetings. Get an intro to chemistry and prepare for success… the easy way!

It’s the perfect starting point or chemistry unit study for learners that have never seen a periodic table. If your learner already knows a bit about chemistry, this course will promote a deeper level of understanding for science. Organizational and study skills are highly emphasized. We cover the topics for middle school chemistry and bridge into high school chemistry fundamentals. Certificate included.

Summer 2021 Schedule: Intro to Chemistry Live

It’s a complete chemistry unit study for those new to chemistry, starting from the beginning. Alternatively, learners familiar with some chemistry basics may join for the later classes. Master all the middle school chemistry topics, feel like a scientist, and see how it all fits together!

Scott Beaver PhD founder learnwithdrscott Easy Hard Science
Dr Scott, course instructor

Intro to Chemistry live classes cover one lesson per week, and meet twice per week. During the summer, we are doing chemistry experiments on Tuesdays and chemistry lessons/worksheets on Thursdays.

Dates and Times for Live Classes:

Intro to Chemistry Live Learning
Summer 2021: June 3 – August 19
Tuesday-Thursday 12PM PST / 3PM EST schedule
(one lesson/two classes per week)

Summer 2021 “Intro to Chemistry” meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 3 to August 19, 2021 from 12-12:50 PM PST (Pacific time) or 3-3:50 PM EST (Eastern time). We have a break from July 1-6 for holidays. Schedule is below.

Thursdays are the group classes covering the chemistry lessons. There are pre-recorded videos in case you cannot make the live class. On Tuesdays (at the same hour), we generally do experiments. There are a series of three experiments in the course. There is a certificate of completion at the end, and (optional) grades.

weekTuesdays
12-12:50 PM PST
3-3:50 PM EST
Experiments
Thursdays
12-12:50 PM PST
3-3:50 PM EST
Intro to Chemistry Class
1Jun 3
Lesson 1: How To Learn Chemistry
(optional)
2Jun 8
Grow Yeast Experiment, Part 1
Jun 10
Lesson 2: Periodic Table
3Jun 15
Grow Yeast Experiment, Part 2
Jun 17
Lesson 3: Mass
4Jun 22
Grow Yeast Experiment, Part 3
Jun 24
Lesson 4: Electron Configurations
5June 29
Review Session/Makeup
July 1
CANADA DAY
BREAK NO CLASS
6July 6
INDEPENDENCE DAY USA
BREAK NO CLASS
July 8
Lesson 5: Lewis structures
7July 13
Bacteria Culture Experiment, Part 1
July 15
Lesson 6: Polarity
8July 20
Bacteria Culture Experiment, Part 2
July 22
Lesson 7: Acid Base Reactions
9July 27
Bacteria Culture Experiment, Part 3
July 29
Lesson 8: Precipitation Reactions
10Aug 3
Lesson 12: Gas Collection Experiment, Part 1
Aug 5
Lesson 9: RedOx Reactions
11Aug 10
Lesson 12: Gas Collection Experiment, Part 2
Aug 12
Lesson 10: Ratios
12Aug 17
Lesson 12: Gas Collection Experiment, Part 3
Aug 19
Lesson 11: Molar Mass

Intro to Chemistry Live Learning
Spring 2021: Jan 27 – Apr 28
Monday-Wednesday 2PM PST / 5PM EST schedule
(one lesson/two classes per week)

Spring 2021 “Intro to Chemistry” meets Mondays and Wednesdays from January 27 to April 28, 2021 from 2-2:50 PM PST (Pacific time) or 5-5:50 PM EST (Eastern time). Schedule is below.

We take off a week for Spring Break in March. There is a certificate of completion at the end, and (optional) grades.

weekMondays
2-2:50 PM PST
5-5:50 PM EST
Wednesdays
2-2:50 PM PST
5-5:50 PM EST
1Jan 27
Lesson 1: How To Learn Chemistry
(optional)
2Feb 1
Lesson 2: Periodic Table
Feb 3
Lesson 2: Periodic Table
3Feb 8
Lesson 3: Mass
Feb 10
Lesson 3: Mass
4Feb 15
Lesson 4: Electron Configurations
Feb 17
Lesson 4: Electron Configurations
5Feb 22
Lesson 5: Lewis structures
Feb 24
Lesson 5: Lewis structures
6Mar 1
Lesson 6: Polarity
Mar 3
Lesson 6: Polarity
7Mar 8
Lesson 7: Acid Base Reactions
Mar 10
Lesson 7: Acid Base Reactions
8Mar 15
Lesson 8: Precipitation Reactions
Mar 17
Lesson 8: Precipitation Reactions
9Mar 22
SPRING BREAK NO CLASS
Mar 24
SPRING BREAK NO CLASS
10Mar 29
Lesson 9: RedOx Reactions
Mar 31
Lesson 9: RedOx Reactions
11Apr 5
Lesson 10: Ratios
Apr 7
Lesson 10: Ratios
12Apr 12
Lesson 11: Molar Mass
Apr 14
Lesson 11: Molar Mass
13Apr 19
Lesson 12: Experiment with Ratios
Apr 21
Lesson 12: Experiment with Ratios
14Apr 26
Experiments/makeup
Apr 28
Experiments/makeup

Course Overview Video

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Course Information

Prerequisite: You are ready for this course if you have a general idea of what an atom is and can do simple arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division).

Description: You’ll learn about science by using analogies that relate to concepts you already know well, and we’ll show you how to best use the digital materials here to get and keep your brain running at its peak performance level. Most of the math, technical jargon, and complicated chemicals have been removed from the topics so you can truly master the chemistry concepts. We’ll cover all those important, traditional middle school chemistry topics that would be found in a textbook, yet the material has been restructured and reorganized to flow logically and actually make sense to those doing chemistry for the first time. If you already know a bit about chemistry, the unique format of this course will provide a fresh perspective for deeper insights as to how the world is connected by science.

There’s a written assignment, with solutions, for each lesson so that the ideas sink in. You’ll get up to speed with chemistry fast and develop the skills needed to have fun succeeding in future chemistry and science courses. Plan to spend about an hour out of class for each lesson.

The big ideas you’ll be learning:

  1. Reading the periodic table
  2. Understanding chemical bonding
  3. Writing chemical reactions
  4. Conducting a laboratory experiment
  5. Gaining confidence approaching science