This collection includes several games and activities suitable for instructional use in the classroom or laboratory. In a recent Inorganic Chemistry editorial, Zachary Thammavongsy and Madalyn Radlauer describe the use of educational games as a tool for active learning. The full article may be found at https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.2c02544
You are encouraged to explore the items below, and use them as is (or with modifications) in your classroom or laboratory. Have fun!
Bonus activities - Several games have been described in VIPEr forums, and are linked here:
- A Game with Orbital Cutouts (Nancy Williams) - https://www.ionicviper.org/blog-entry/game-orbital-cutouts
- Fun card game for inorganic nomenclature (Dave Roberts) - https://www.ionicviper.org/forum-topic/fun-card-game-inorganic-nomenclature-need-your-thoughts-and-ideas-intro-chem-and-below