Access is now open! Here is the Clover Valley Chemistry access form for the parent-graded courses:
Please download and/or print, fill out, and email the access form back to me at firstname.lastname@example.org using “Clover Valley Chemistry parent-graded course access” as the subject line of your email. Once the completed access form is received, an invoice will be emailed to you. These fees are due in full before access to course materials is given and there is no refund available for this option. To see the fee structure, please visit the Registration and Pricing for Parent-Graded Options page.
Interested in a completely asynchronous, self-paced version of either Chemistry or Honors Chemistry? The parent-graded version of either of these courses offers the ability to start whenever you wish and to follow your own schedule (ideal if your student is heavily involved in an extracurricular activity that involves an intense time commitment during the standard academic year). These versions are also ideal if your student is in a brick and mortar school but you’d like supplement their school chemistry with video lectures (great for detailed explanations of concepts) and/or additional practices assignments, tests, etc. The fees for the parent-graded courses give you 12 months of access (from the date your invoice is paid) to the course materials. These materials include a chapter checklist schedule for each chapter unit, recorded lecture videos, assignments, labs, chapter tests, a midterm exam, and a final exam. I will also provide a suggested 36 week schedule for the course. If more than 12 months of access is needed, additional access can be purchased in one month blocks. The parent will be provided with answer keys for all assessments and is responsible for grading all assessments. These versions of the courses do NOT include access to the live “office hour” sessions. In addition, I will be available for help with clarification or technical issues only.
If you’re interested in checking out my teaching style and would like to see the video lectures for the first chapter covered, “Chemistry in Our Lives”, click here to view the chapter playlist. If you would like to see examples from Chapter 1 of the chapter checklist, the homework assignments, and the chapter test, please click here. If you would like to see further examples of the video lectures, here is a link to the lectures for Chapter 4, “Atoms and Elements”.
If you’re interested in checking out my teaching style and would like to see the video lectures for the first chapter covered, “Introduction to Chemistry”, click here to view the chapter playlist. If you would like to see examples from Chapter 1 of the chapter checklist, the homework assignments, and the chapter test, please click here. If you would like to see further examples of the video lectures, here is a link to the lectures for Chapter 4, “Reactions in Aqueous Solutions”.
Students will also need to purchase or rent a textbook and purchase a lab kit for each course. Details on the required textbooks and lab kits are given in the descriptions of the individual courses on their webpages (see the top of the page for links).
As always… If you are interested in this course or any of the chemistry courses on offer or have questions regarding any aspect of the courses, please don’t hesitate to contact me!