Chemistry Course FAQs

What is the Workflow?

What is the Workflow? Let's get you to the course page as a start. To get to the dashboard click on "Dashboard in the navigation bar on the site at http://www.virtualhomeschoolgroup.org. The image below shows ...

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When do I read the text?

For the science courses, this is totally up to the student and family. Some students find they do best when they read the text first before a lesson. Others like to use the text to study while preparing for the...

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Who do I contact if I want help or to give feedback on a lesson

We would love to get feedback on the lesson and if you need extra help, this is one of the ways you can locate it. Click the Contact button in the right sidebar to send your message to the support team or conta...

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What do I do if I miss class?

All of the lectures and lab walk throughs have a recorded version. Just click on the graphic that titles the module you are on. A window will open that will show all the non-graded resources for the course incl...

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Jump Buttons Show The Module You Want - Chemistry

Question: How do I navigate in the course page? Answer: Use the Jump Buttons at the Top of the Course Page. The course can be toggled between showing all 16 modules or just the top block and one module. The pr...

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What Resources Do I need in Chem?

The textbook is required. Labs are set to optional and earn extra credit. Thta isn't because they are not important but because families will often be taking the lab with a local co-op or doing a lab intensive...

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What About Labs?

High school chemistry is traditionally seen as a lab science course. Since students are geographically dispersed there isn't a way to get together for hands on labs under the official auspices of VHSG. However,...

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How are the grades weighted?

All of our science courses are graded courses. The exams will be 50% of the total course grade. Quizzes are the other 50%. Exams and quizzes are computer-scored so that the student gets immediate feedback and w...

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How Does the New Question Behavior Work?

We have a nice interactive tutorial coming soon for the new question behavior. Until then, we do already have the study notes for it up and accessible. CLICK HERE to access it.

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What grade is Chemistry for?

Our chemistry class is designed for high school students that have completed Algebra 1. If you think your student will be able to handle the workload at a younger age, they can enroll as well, but it is essenti...

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