Share your Great Classroom Resource
AACT strives to provide teachers of chemistry with the best teaching resources. Most of the
Classroom Resource Library
is made up of content from great teachers who created and shared their own work. We need your help to keep the library growing. Submit a great lesson plan, demo, lab, project or activity to share with the community in the AACT Classroom Resource Library.
In order to submit a resource for publishing in the AACT Classroom Resource Library:
Please fill out this form completely.
Upload your resource document using the
There are directions included in the document as comments in the right-hand margin of this template—these should help guide you through completing the document. Additionally, you can reference
Your lesson plan document will be reviewed by AACT staff and w
e will contact you to inform you about the status of your resource. We may have follow-up questions/feedback and ask you to make edits to the document prior to publishing.
Please upload your resource document, using the
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Note: Multiple files can be uploaded.
Please include any supplemental/supporting files (Answer keys, student handouts, etc.)
You may upload a Word document, PDF, or PowerPoint file. (Optional)
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Intended grade level(s)
AP or IB Chemistry
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I certify that the ideas described in this lesson are my own and are currently not published elsewhere.
I certify that the ideas described in this lesson will not be submitted for publishing elsewhere.
I grant permission to AACT, and by extension, the American Chemical Society, to publish this resource for use by teachers in the Classroom Resource Library.
I have reviewed and adhered to the Classroom Resource Copyright Guidelines.
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