This lesson is used as an introduction to quantum physics by explaining how we
need to think of an electron in reality. The students typically use the Bohr model and the electron board material in class, and this is very helpful in understanding energy levels and how atoms bond with each other. However, students can get misinterpretations of the true movement patterns of electrons, as well as the false orbital shape of the energy levels in an atom. The students become accustomed to thinking of energy levels as concentric circles, when we should think more about them as electron clouds. This simultaneous game of keep away is effective in getting the students to see a more accurate representation of the movement patterns of electrons.