Ch 2: OAE Chemistry: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science

About This Chapter

Familiarize yourself with the interdisciplinary relationships that exist in science before you have to answer related questions on the OAE Chemistry exam. Each of the short lessons in this chapter is a useful tool for your exam review.

OAE Chemistry: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science - Chapter Summary

Let our instructors show you how math, chemistry and technology interact through brief videos that offer a simple approach to preparing for the OAE Chemistry exam. You'll be ready for questions on the exam about this topic after you view lessons on:

  • Connections between science, technology and math
  • Science coverage by the media
  • Scientific and technological advancements since 1945

Preparing for the OAE Chemistry exam is a simple process with these engaging lessons that break down large concepts into bite-sized chunks, helping you quickly retain crucial info for the exam. Our mobile friendly lessons can be viewed from any location when you have time. You can pick just the lessons you need the most help with or you can view all the lessons in this chapter to enhance your study of this topic for the exam.

OAE Chemistry: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science - Chapter Objectives

The OAE Chemistry exam tests your knowledge of matter, atomic structure, chemical bonding and reactions, stoichiometry and other chemistry concepts as part of the licensing process for science teachers in Ohio. The exam is in a multiple-choice format, which you can prepare for by taking the self-assessment quizzes that accompany our lessons. Around 18% of the exam's 150 questions cover the nature of science, which is where you'll be asked about interdisciplinary relationships.

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