High School Mass Spec Curriculum Survey
Two Los Angeles Unified School District Linked Learning Biotech Pathway High Schools will be purchasing LCMS and GCMS instruments. We will be designing a two course curriculum to support instruction around this instrumentation. We are seeking input from the Mass Spectrometry community to incorporate the different perspectives of Mass Spectrometry applications in our curriculum. Students enrolled in this program will have experienced high school level chemistry and/or advanced placement chemistry. We welcome your feedback.
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1. How is Mass Spec used in your lab or within your application of Mass Spec (for example, forensics, cancer research, etc.)?
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2. What basic science should students know to utilize a GCMS effectively?
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3. What basic science should students know to utilize a LCMS effectively?
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4. What thought process should a student have for Mass Spec work in general?
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5. What engaging, relevant, introductory experiments can students do with a GCMS?
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6. What engaging, relevant, introductory experiments can students do with a LCMS?
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7. What types of occupations utilize Mass Spec instrumentation in your lab setting?
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8. What course content points (ex. instrumentation, measurement) would you emphasize, for youth with a high school chemistry background, to know when being introduced to Mass Spectrometry?
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9. Are there any crossover science topics in your application of Mass Spec, that might be applicable to what students see in their existing high school classes (Chem, AP Chem, Biology, Physics.)
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10. What is interesting about your Mass Spectrometry application and your career?
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11. What would be a surprising aspect of Mass Spec that would engage a youth/science laymen?
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12. What would be some good ways to introduce students to chemistry before they start their high school chemistry courses?
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