January & February: Teaching Resources incorporating ACS Reactions Videos

Classroom resources are an important member benefit of AACT and we are always looking for new and unique ideas to help grow the AACT classroom resource library. During January and February, we invite teachers to submit an idea for a teaching resource (project, lab, activity, lesson, etc.) that incorporates an ACS Reactions video. There are hundreds of exciting ACS Reactions videos available on countless real-world chemistry topics!

*Please note that resource ideas should include more than a video questionnaire in order to be considered. While using the video as part of the teaching resource is required, we’re looking for unique ideas that combine the video with other teaching strategies, such as an inquiry activity or project.

Submission ideas will be reviewed on a rolling basis over the two-month timeframe, and a select number of teaching resources will be accepted.  Any teacher that submits an idea that is accepted will earn a $100 Amazon gift card upon completion of the submission process!

 Guidelines

  • Be an AACT member. Not a member? Join now!
  • Submit your teaching idea through the entry form below, by February 28, 2022.
  • Be willing and able to put your idea into the AACT template.

How to Submit

  • Please complete the entry form below. You will be required to summarize an exciting, original teaching resource idea. It should be appropriate for either a K–8 classroom or a high school classroom.
  • *Please review the AACT library to confirm that your resource idea is different from others that have already been published.
  • You may submit more than one entry.
  • If selected, you will be asked to put your idea into the AACT template.
  • Upon completion of the submission process, you will earn a $100 Amazon gift card and your resource will be published in the AACT classroom resource library.

Questions? Please contact aact@acs.org.

 

Entry Form
Confirm that you are a current AACT member. *
Background information 
What grade level do you currently teach? *
 
Teaching Resource Idea
What is the primary grade level that this teaching resource is intended? *
0/250 words
Must check to proceed *
*You will be emailed a copy of your responses for your reference.