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Mixtures and Solutions

Students' Representations and Explanations of Dissolving in Regard to Interactions of Molecules

This resource can be used with CTS Section IV (grades 8 and above) to examine research findings about students' understanding of dissolving from a macro to micro level.

Bibliographic Citation: 
Concord Consortium (2006). Students' Representations and Explanations of Dissolving in Regard to Interactions of Molecules. The Molecular Workbench- Research Results at http://workbench.concord.org/research/results/spec_analysis_dis1.html

Beyond Appearances- Students' Misconceptions about Basic Chemical Ideas

This report can be used to supplement the misconception research in CTS Section IV and address instructional implications in Section II. The report is a comprehensive summary of 11 conceptual areas of chemistry and examines the misconceptions students age 11-18 are likely to have, their possible origins, and implications for elementary, middle, and high school instruction.

Bibliographic Citation: 
A Report Prepared for the Royal Society of Chemistry, by Vanessa Barker (exact citation unknown). You can access the pdf version of the report at: http://www.rsc.org/education/teachers/learnnet/miscon.htm
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