Interactive Learning

Most of the software here I created while being a teacher of Chemistry and Mathematics in a high school in Melbourne, Australia. I created them to help me demonstrate some concepts to students visually as well as allowing them to explore the concepts on their own.


HPLC Sim

HPLC Simulation - Chemistry

A simulation allowing students to perform one type of analysis on urine samples from athletes to determine if they have been using performance enhancing drugs. The analysis involves determining if the testosterone levels are more than 6 times the concentration of the epitestosterone levels. Concentrations of testosterone 6 or more times higher are considered to be a positive result for doping.

Requires Flash Player version 7 or above.

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Precipitation Reactions

Precipitation Reactions - Chemistry

An interactive simulation of a precipitation reaction that runs on your computer. Using the reaction between sodium chloride and silver nitrate, this program allows you to observe this reaction at an atomic level. Conditions such as temperature and concentration can also be changed to observe their effects on the rate of the reaction. Also very useful for demonstrating the concept of spectator ions

Written in C#.NET. Minimum requirements: 1.6GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent and 256Mb RAM.

Requires Microsoft .NET Framework v1.1 ou plus.

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Gas Simulation

Ideal Gas Simulation - Chemistry

An interactive simulation of an ideal gas. Change conditions such as pressure, concentration, temperature and volume to see their relationship with each other. Confirm ideal gas laws, such as Boyle's Law, Charles' Law and Gay-Lussac's Law.

Written in C#.NET. Minimum requirements: 1.6GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent and 256Mb RAM.

Requires Microsoft .NET Framework v1.1 or above.

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BuildingBlocks

Building Blocks - Mathematics

A game allowing students to develop their ability to extrapolate two dimensions into 3 dimensions. Students are presented with a 3x3 or a 4x4 block of city skyscrapers viewed from only 1 side at a time. The aim of the game is to rotate the block and determine the heights of each of the buildings in the block.
Suitable for students aged 10 - 13 years.

Requires Flash Player version 7 or above.

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