The History of Chemisode (and Jason Goudie):
Chemisode resources are create by Jason Goudie and aim to provide help to young people who are trying to learn chemistry.
2008: Jason graduates teaching college and sets off to teach young people everywhere about the wonders of Chemistry.
2009: He heads to England and teaches at the GCSE level for a year and half.
2010: He moves to Italy where he is employed as the sole science teacher at an International school in Milan.
2011: Jason leaves the land of amazing coffee and pizza to settle down in country victoria. He gains employment teaching Chemistry and a small catholic school and starts developing online tutorials for his class.
2012: The school he teaches in adopts 1:1 iPads and he has a great idea of combining his video tutorials with hundreds of flashcards in a series of iphone/ipad apps. Chemisode 1,2 and 3 are launched along with an app devoted to the joys of the periodic table.
2015: After 200,000 youtube video and 100,000 app downloads Jason starts looking for new and inventive ways of teaching his classes about organic molecules, lewis dot structures, electron subshells and covalent bonding and he comes up with the idea of a drafting card game: thus Chemical Spill was born.