Rusting of Iron

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In helping teachers and parents with distance or hybrid learning, we designed this myViewBoard Originals - Rusting of Iron by using video-assisted learning to help students learn the basics knowledge about rust.
We also designed animation-assisted learning to help teachers to show the experimental process and interactive activities to help teachers to interact with their students either in person or remotely.
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This myViewBoard Originals - Rusting of Iron can be used as a hybrid teaching and learning science class starter, flipped classroom exercise, or as student homework.



Instructions

  • Begin with Video-assisted Learning to help build background and knowledge about what is rust, its prevention, and treatment in chemistry.
  • Use Animation-assisted Learning to present the online experimental process and support students to observe how iron changes in different environments. Help students to understand the basic knowledge of rusting of iron.
  • Guide students to observe and investigate what causes rust to form on the experiment.
  • Think about the examples of things that rust in the everyday life. Students can use myViewBoard Throw feature to participate and feedback either in person or remotely.
  • Think about the examples of things that prevent rust in the everyday life. Students can use myViewBoard Throw feature to participate and feedback either in person or remotely.

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