This website contains a large collection of student activities which focus on the molecular basis of common phenomena. Each activity provides guided interactive explorations of atomic and molecular computational models, many with accompanying teacher guides and student assessments. A primary goal of the Molecular Logic project is to build and publicize a library of "deeply digital" examples that support technology-based curriculum materials. The collection covers a wide range of topics in physics, biology, and chemistry.
The models are all freely accessible. Users must register for additional free access to capture data and store student work products.
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