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Dr. Pachikara, Ph.D.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(104)
In this course, students will learn chemistry topics that are typically covered during the first semester of high school: atomic structure, electronic structure, radioactive decay, chemical nomenclature, chemical formulae & chemical bonds.

Class experience

US Grade 9 - 12
=>Grades 5-12 Certified (2015) Chemistry and Biology Teacher with experience in teaching various science courses to middle school and high school students in the school and online
=>ETS Recognition of Excellence in General Sciences and in Biological Sciences
=>Experienced in tutoring various science subjects 
=>B.A in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry 
=>Ph.D. and 3 years of Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences
Homework Offered
There will be some amount of homework in this class in order to reinforce what we learn in each class.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered
 1 file available upon enrollment
Materials to bring to class: -a pencil, an eraser & a notebook -printout of the worksheet packet I provide -printout of the periodic table I provide -a calculator (you may use an online calculator) Prerequisites: -ability to follow instructions and to take notes -ability to use a calculator Materials for in-home lab activities (this is optional as videos of the activities will be provided): -baking soda, vinegar, 3 plastic zip lock sandwich bags (size: around 5 x 6 inches), paper towels -iron nails (make sure they are not rusted), 10-15 copper pennies -old plastic container that you can discard after the experiment or cup that can hold the iron nails and copper pennies during the experiments -directions for the lab will be provided during class
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
We may or may not use all the external resources listed under materials. Students will not need to make an account for accessing the external resources. Some of the resources are used only on the teacher's side to teach while sharing the screen.

Depending on the learners, parents may need to guide, assist and monitor learners for the hands-on activities and the experiments if they decide to work on the optional lab activities. Please keep in mind that vinegar has a strong odor and mixing it with baking soda during the lab experiment will release gas. Iron nails and pennies will be used; students will not need to hammer the nail into anything. Clear directions for the experiments will be provided. Please make sure to follow the directions and mix only the amounts of materials mentioned in the protocol.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(104)
I have been an Outschool teacher since 2020.  Being able to teach online at any time of the day and connecting with diverse learners from different parts of the globe is something I had never thought about prior to joining Outschool.  I... 
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for 22 classes
2x per week, 11 weeks
55 min

Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
Ages: 13-18
3-15 learners per class

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