UP NISMED Publishes the Accompanying Video for the Self-Learning Module on Molecular Polarity

The High School Chemistry Group of the UP National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education Development (NISMED), in collaboration with the NISMED Audiovisual Group, has produced the accompanying video for the Self-Learning Module (SLM) on Molecular Polarity for senior high school students. The project was initiated during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of creating an open and accessible learning resource to supplement online learning.

The video on molecular polarity includes segments that show the interactions of a charged ruler with four liquid samples - water, ethanol, cooking oil, and baby oil.

This video is a supplementary learning material designed to complement one of the activities on molecular polarity. It highlights a step-by-step demonstration of the activity, How is molecular polarity determined using a charged ruler? It also includes a post-activity discussion relating the results of the activity with the concept of molecular polarity. Teacher Jacquie and Teacher Den will guide the learners as they uncover the behavior of these liquid samples with a charged ruler and classify them as either polar or nonpolar.

Engage in the learning process with Teacher Jacquie (on the left) leading the demonstration activity and Teacher Den (on the right) guiding the post-activity discussion.

To watch this accompanying video, please visit UP NISMED’s official YouTube channel, NISMED TV, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvjWleujPaY.