International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game Jim Macdonald   |   added on Mar 02, 2011    |    Canada The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game is a new game designed to teach middle school and high school students the fundamentals of the periodic table.
Topic: learning chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, education of chemistry, game, learning through play, periodic table, cartoons, binary compounds, elements, hands-on activities, inorganic chemistry, learning, posters Audience: children, students, general public, educators, schools, teachers, secondary schools, middle school teachers, animation, cards, funny, kids, primary schools, universities, youth

Chem13 News Periodic Table Design Project Jean Hein   |   added on May 19, 2010    |    Canada Teachers and educators worldwide can register their students, of any age, for this one-of-a-kind periodic table project combining art and science celebrating IYC. Visit www.chem13news.uwaterloo.ca for submission instructions and how to have your creative interpretation be part of the public art display, poster and website.
Topic: hands-on activities, periodic table, art, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, elements, classroom activity, learning Audience: general public, students, youth, educators, primary schools, high schools, universities, secondary school students