Participate in a project to make Chemistry Education accesible to every student around the...

Participate in a project to make Chemistry Education accesible to every student around the world

Posted by FuseSchool - The Global Education Initiative on Nov 19, 2013 1:39 pm

Dear myRSC community,

It's time to reveal the work our Chemistry teachers and graphic designers have been doing to make Chemistry Education more accessible to everybody around the world
'Fuse School' is a nonprofit Global Open Education initiative to provide free STEM education to those who need it most.

One of our objectives is to make the Chemical Sciences more acccessible to students and teachers around the world. Our
 specialist chemistry teachers & talened animators from accross the have been working on a complete library of 250 Chemistry videos for students and teachers alike. 

All this is 
free to the world as 'The Chemistry Journey' - see a little Showreel of how videos look (or see full videos here)


All our Open Educational Resources are available under a Creative Commons License - not only on YouTube EDU, but also on our 'FuseSchool' Open Learning Platform and mobile app - in a free, personalised learning & teaching experience. Before we launch the Chemistry Journey on our platform to the Open Public, we want to get advice on our content and the learning experience by Chemistry teachers and other specialists. That's why we have created this call to action to all of you: 


Fuse school beta test invitation to teachers and students from FuseSchool - a global Open Educational Resource Programme

I
t would be fantastic if you could help us by lending us your brainpower for an hour.
We look forward to hearing from you (
vsteam@fusion-universal.com)
and to discussing with you in the commentary section below.

Re: Participate in a project to make Chemistry Education accesible to every student around the world

Posted by Jim Baker on Nov 19, 2013 2:07 pm

Hi, my name is Jim Baker and I am fortunate to be one of the chemists on 'The Chemistry Journey'.  It embraces my philosophy that education should be a right of everyone and also be free.  It is an honour to be part of such an excellent team of chemists, designers and visionaries who have worked on this project.
I have no doubt that it will benefit learners throughout the whole world. 

Smile, Live Longer and Make Someone's Day

Jim


Smile, Live Longer and Make Someone's Day

Re: Participate in a project to make Chemistry Education accesible to every student around the world

Posted by Keith Andrew Ross on Nov 21, 2013 4:06 pm

It is an honour but also a responsibility to be a part of this global, free, chemistry programme. We need experienced chemists/teachers to view the videos and add comments to confirm our work - and, where necessary, to point out things we could have done better, or things we omitted to say.
The level is around 16+ - a huge undertaking that FuseSchool will have completed in less than a year.

Re: Participate in a project to make Chemistry Education accesible to every student around the world

Posted by Richard White on Dec 13, 2021 6:17 pm

If you count my problems with chemistry ... there are a lot of them. When I have problems with my studies, I use Edubirdie to solve them. This was the only way I was able to finish school with good grades.

Re: Participate in a project to make Chemistry Education accesible to every student around the world

Posted by Sarah Gask on Sep 23, 2022 2:33 pm

I try to always be cheerful no matter what, even though I'm an excellent student, and all because I have a source who can write on paper, my abstracts are written beautifully, and I calmly take time for myself

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