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Welcome to #10 in a series of update newsletters from www.adriandingleschemistrypages.com
www.adriandingleschemistrypages.com: EMAIL NEWSLETTER #10, SEPTEMBER 2011
TEACHING AP CHEM FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 2011-12?
You'll find some great resources here;
FAQ'S for AP Teachers
An AP Course Study Guide
An AP Course Outline
Worked Answers to AP Exam Q's
AP Subscription Materials

AP SCORES
You can see my class results over the years here.

Want to improve your students' scores? Take a look at this document for some philosophical and practical advice;
Teaching AP Chemistry The English Way

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How To Make a Universe With 92 Ingredients nominated for big award!
SLA shortlist announced

The School Library Association (SLA) in the UK has nominated '92' for a prestigious award.


Shortlisted in the 12-16 category of the Information Book Award (that is designed to "to support school libraries and to reinforce the importance of non-fiction whilst highlighting the high standard of resources available"), How To Make a Universe With 92 Ingredients will learn its fate in November of this year. Read more here and here.

The Blog
Dingle's Random Ramblings

Keep up with my latest musings by checking out my blog, like this posting about learning the symbols of the chemical elements.



(2.10023 x 12.01) / 6.01 = ??
Grrrrr. Sig Figs etc.

Significant Figures aggravate me intensely. Here's why.



Summer '11 AP Chem Workshop
Wrap-Up

In some parts of the country we have been back at school for almost a month, so in that regard the summer of 2011 seems like a distant memory. In July we held our annual AP Chemistry workshop in Atlanta, and you can read a little more about what we did over the course of the three days, here.



www.adriandingleschemistrypages.com: EMAIL NEWSLETTER #10, SEPTEMBER 2011