Sally B Explains Chemistry
By Sally B Mitchell
Sally B Explains ChemistryOct 22, 2022
Mole Day - October 21: Why did I change the date? S2 Episode 1
What is Engineering Notation? It is on every calculator, yet most don't know what it does. Listen and learn and when you are done, make some Grandma Button's "mole"asses cookies with me.
"Soda or Powder?" Sally B Explains Food Chemistry - Episode 8
Food chemistry is a fun way to learn about baking. Is there a difference between baking soda and baking powder? Find out in this episode.
You can learn more about food science by checking out my website: SallyBChemistry.com
"Bake like a chemist" Sally B Explains FOOD Chemistry: Episode 7
Food chemistry is an exciting way to teach science. This podcast will introduce you to the wonderful world of chemistry. Check out SallyBChemistry.com for the MOLEasses Cookie recipe.
Sally B Explains Chemistry Episode 6 "Katie Chemist"
Who is the "coolest" chemist who works with teachers?
Sally B Explains Chemistry Episode 5 "Where is your money going?"
This episode explains how equilibrium keeps our lives in balance.
Sally B Explains Chemistry - Episode 4 "Driving Forces"
A podcast to interest your students into learning the driving forces that cause a reaction to occur "spontaneously".
Cover design: Naomi Saito
Sally B Explains Chemistry - Episode 3 "The Importance of Creativity in Chemistry and Beyond"
Today on the podcast we are joined by one of the co-founders of Green Chemistry to discuss the importance of inspiration and nurturing inventive minds in the quest to use chemistry to better our planet.
Piano by Vince Naeve
Audio Production by Ryan Palm
Sally B. Explains Chemistry - Episode 2 " Calculations & Conversions"
This episode is an introduction to teaching conversions to chemistry students. We are discussing teaching tips on conversions of weight, measurement and currency.
Sally B. Explains Chemistry - Episode 1 " Choices"
This episode is about measurement from the modern metric system (known as SI) to the older systems using inches and ounces. Teachers have choices when introducing measurement and hopefully the choice will be to allow students to discover their own learning.