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New York State (NYS) Regents Green Chemistry Guide

New York State (NYS) Regents Green Chemistry Guide
Contributors
HS Chemistry and Physics Teacher | Catskill Senior High School
Hugh C. Williams High School
Beyond Benign, Inc.
Summary
This document shows how the NYS Chemistry Core Curriculum Performance Indicators and the NYSSLS Performance Expectations for Chemistry are tied to the Beyond Benign Labs that are available for high school students, as well as give some examples for phenomenon and storylines that can be used in the classroom. This document helps to integrate green chemistry and NYS Regents standards into your NYS classrooms.

Funding provided by the Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Any opinions, findings, and/or interpretations of data contained herein are the responsibility of Rochester Institute of Technology and its New York State Pollution Prevention Institute and do not necessarily represent the opinions, interpretations or policy of the State.

This document is aligned to 2021 NYS Science Standards
Current: NY Chemistry Core Curriculum Major Understandings of Performance Indicators
New: NYS Science Learning Standards
cover for the guide including white text on a green background with lab goggles in the background

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Activities/Technology (e.g., in-class activities, online games, hands-on activities/manipulatives, outreach, virtual tools, etc.)
Audience
High School (Secondary School)
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Green Chemistry Principles
Waste Prevention
Atom Economy
Less Hazardous Chemical Syntheses
Design for Energy Efficiency
Reduce Derivatives
Catalysis
Design for Degradation
Real-Time Pollution Prevention
Safer Chemistry for Accident Prevention
NGSS Standards, if applicable
Various Standards aligned with New York State P-12 Science Learning Standards that are modified from NGSS.
Learning Goals/Student Objectives
Each lab that is mentioned in this resource has its own learning goals and student objectives.
Common pedagogies covered
Hands-on learning

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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
https://doi.org/10.59877/BSTA2829

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