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Developed with instructor and students in mind

Use Collisions your way
Designed as interconnected modules, Collisions HE can be used flexibly for instruction to introduce a lesson, for student learning, review or practice.

Reach the entire class
Collisions HE couples immersive play with immediate and meaningful feedback to engage students of varying skill and knowledge levels.

Access meaningful data
A teacher portal allows access to performance data to quickly identify students’ successes and challenges as well as their progress.

Access includes:

  1. Individual teacher and student account access to tablet and web versions
  2. Robust chemistry content organized into eight interconnected games: Radii Trends, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bonding, Lewis Structures, Acid Strength, Intermolecular Forces, Latent Heat, and LeChâtelier.
  3. Leveled challenges and an exploratory sandbox for each game
  4. Supplemental instructor resources to facilitate a seamless integration into existing curriculum plans
  5. A teacher dashboard for student progress and performance reports
  6. Professional development webinars

Collisions HE is now available free to Instructors and Students.

After Instructors register and log in to the Instructor portal, they will share the class URL with students. This will ensure that student accounts are linked to the class, so that instructors can view student progress.

Instructor Resources

Each Collisions game comes with free supporting resources that are appropriately leveled for both Intro to College Chemistry courses as well as General Chemistry courses. View and download these resources by signing into the Instructor Portal.

Getting Started Instructor Guide

These Game specific guides provide samples of guided questions and student prompts designed to incorporate each Collisions HE content area into your chemistry lectures and tutorial classes for both pre-instructional and post-instructional use.

Content Area Overview

Each Content Area Overview provides a detailed look at each Collisions game, highlighting the chemistry concepts integrated across each of the levels. This is a good resource to use when planning individual lessons.

Formative Assessments

These Formative Assessments are fillable PDFs for student practice that directly align to each Collisions game. They can be used to analyze student understanding or to help reinforce a specific concept.

Extension Assignments

Extension Assignments are analysis activities that can be used to extend learning by prompting students to draw connections to additional chemistry concepts covered in Introduction to Chemistry and General Chemistry courses. In these activities, students ‘collect data’ in the Sandbox, and analyze the results to draw conclusions about a concept.

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*Collisions Higher Education is currently available for US based college/university educators and students only.

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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.