Revolutionise the way you teach your students to write inorganic chemical formulae. Chemistry is an original, innovative and interactive approach to chemistry that teaches how to write formulae and name chemical compounds.
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"We can see the compound in 3 dimensions and that makes students understand it better. Essentially, the abstract part disappears and it becomes reality."
Eva Maria Guijarro, Chemistry Teacher at Julio Verne Bilingual School,Spain
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"It helps us to learn better."
Students from the School of XXI. Group.
Chemistry classes like never before:
Chemistry makes it possible for students to useAugmented Reality to observe molecules in 3D and move them to their desktop. The visual presentation of the subject matter makes learning IUPAC nomenclature easy.
Curricular content and exercises to:
- Learn the theory behind the formation of binary and ternary compounds
- Learn the basics of writing formula with the help of tutorials
- Write formulae for more than 3,000 compounds
- Understand the periodic table with the help of an innovative and attractive representation
- Experiment freely to form molecules and salts
- Practise with a large variety of exercises and activities to create thousands of compounds
The content of this application for students from 13 years of age is completely curricular. Content is available in English and Spanish. Hundreds of schools around the world are already learning with ARLOON!
- Cognitive Development
- Critical Thinking
- Engagement and Usability
- Creative Development
- Life Skills
- Academic Relevance
Acquisition of 21st-century skills:
- Scientific: inorganic chemistry
- Mathematical: developing calculus
- Digital: studying with new technology
- Learning to learn: experimenting and actively searching for answers to promote self-learning
- Linguistic: building multilingual vocabulary (English and Spanish)