If you want students to follow up your organic chemistry lessons, this multi-user, teacher and student version provides access to our animations, any time and anywhere. Students revise chemistry, not by reading pages but by working though animated mechanisms; reactions and experiments. Of course, teachers will also teach using the animation in class.
- Give all your students access with an easy unrestricted login.
- Quickly access our website from anywhere using Windows or Mac OSX or tablet devices.
- Teach with 250 Organic Chemistry animations arranged by topic or syllabus heading.
- Choose when you want your access to start (option above).
- Use on iPad and Android tablets with a Flash-capable browser is permitted.
- At present (2021) the animation works best in Microsoft Edge browser with the Ruffle extension. See login for technical detail.
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“Doesn’t put words in the teacher’s mouth – it simply provides the images needed to aid explanations of concepts such as mechanisms, NMR, polarity and organic reactions.”
“The beauty of this software is the way it picks concepts that would need countless words or pictures on the board to convey. It presents them as crystal clear images and animations.“
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“There is animation of the experiments you would associate with the series of compounds. This can help students to appreciate what was actually happening. Bunsen burners, taps, droppers are operated by clicking on them. As the experiment proceeds, text explains and gives chemical equations. This is not intended to substitute for practical work but does provide a great reminder. How many of us ever actually revisit a practical lesson during the revision programme? Also, it can provide a basis for homework that reinforces a practical lesson.”
“It evidently accelerates the teaching and learning process, leaving the learners with a clear mental image to help them remember. You see their understanding grow. As a teacher it gives me great confidence that a complex idea has been clearly conveyed, and this is backed up by the enthusiastic response of learners.”
“…offers a range of presentation styles for introducing new ideas, practising ideas, and quickly revising past concepts. Using different learning styles for individuals is too often neglected at KS5 but this resource prevents that being the case. It is very useful when planning lessons because it automatically allows the use of visual learning in every lesson as its content is so broad.”
“It doesn’t ‘replace the teacher’ but it does allow me to teach more effectively. I use it at any time, even for short ‘starters’ or ‘plenaries’ within a lesson. It needs no adaptation and has lots of branches to enable differentiation within a lesson. Teaching can become tailored to individual student needs as you respond to students in the lesson and direct them to appropriate work.”
“This is great to dip into and find just what you need. There was very little lag getting underway with your first lesson. The format allows relevant tools to be rapidly accessed with minimal preparation. It offers a very user-friendly, time-efficient way to make teaching presentations varied, engaging and effective.”
“The unanimous view of all the chemistry teachers is that it is a fantastic piece of software and they use it wherever they can in their teaching. One stated ‘it is the best chemistry software I have ever used — it is fantastic’. Our pupils are developing a far better understanding of Organic Chemistry as a direct result of its use.”
“…offers a range of presentation styles for introducing new ideas, practicing ideas, and quickly revising past concepts. Using different learning styles for individuals is too often neglected at KS5 but this resource prevents that being the case. It is very useful when planning lessons because it automatically allows the use of visual learning in every lesson as its content is so broad.”
“Roger Frost’s Organic chemistry is highly recommended and sets a challenge to all other ICT producers to create software that is as user- and teacher-friendly and yet integrates seamlessly into lessons. Start of a new wave of software, developed to seamlessly integrate into teaching and learning, rather than something that takes over the whole lesson. It is an example of just the sort of software that schools need to invest in.”
“Organic Chemistry facilitates explanation of homologous series, patterns in properties; molecule shape and polarity. It brings static mechanisms to life so that curly arrows actually mean something. Models, experiments and questions all readily available at the click of a mouse. Trends and patterns such as the change in acidity, inductive effects and polarity of molecules are also clearly illustrated. It allows you to manipulate an isomer’s structure in order to form other compounds.”