Discover an engaging way to learn chemistry

Collisions Higher Education (HE) is a system of digital games, grounded in the rules of chemistry, that can be used to introduce, teach, and review key concepts in your chemistry classroom. Collisions HE is currently available on web, iPad, and Android tablets.

What makes Collisions HE unique?

Collisions HE makes abstract concepts tangible by allowing students to visualize and manipulate the building blocks of matter while exploring the topics taught across Introduction to Chemistry and General Chemistry courses.

Each Collisions HE content area is designed to introduce students to key chemistry concepts and objectives through interactive modeling and scaffolded leveling.

To best align a specific Collisions HE content area with a topic that you are teaching, please refer to our Chemistry Content Integration Guide (also available in a copy friendly B&W format).

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Collisions Higher Education (HE) is an ideal instructional tool, as well as a learning and practice resource, for college and university students.

Collisions HE is aligned to over 55 core chemistry concepts within Introduction Chemistry and General Chemistry for higher education courses…

Each Content Area Overview provides a detailed look at what students will be asked to do within each Collisions content area, highlighting the chemistry concepts integrated across the levels.

The Collision games and supporting resources can be used pre-instructionally, post-instructionally and also for guided instruction in a chemistry course.

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Important Notice

It is with regret that we inform you that Playmada has decided to cease operations. After June 30, 2022 we will no longer be able to provide customer support and training for Collisions.

As of July 1st, 2022, Collisions will remain available and free to all educators and students.

Unfortunately, email, phone or training support will not be available. Visit our user support forum at https://playmada.boards.net.

We welcome you to continue making the most of using Collisions for free in your classroom.

Thank you for your support.