Share, discuss, and plan ideas for IYC 2011
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This forum is all about sharing your ideas and plans for celebrating IYC 2011. Ideas are just ideas! They might lead to nothing more or they might bloom into something exciting – up to you! You can just post simple suggestions, you can start a discussion and seek comments, or you can post a request for collaboration with other members of the IYC network. You can also just browse and search the forum to see what others are thinking about and add your comments.
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increase the ability for everyone from the ideas of Youth Suggestion Siti syamsiyah Zainal | added on May 30, 2011 i wanna share, i like teaching and sharing some science, so from my hobby i can share for everyone. i always teach in all place in my hometown and it's free..
|Topic:||conferences, environment, engaging the youth, hands-on activities||Audience:||international, educators, school children|
TV channel for chemistry in our life Suggestion Noha Elnagdi | added on May 26, 2011 To have a TV channel that is broadcasting information about chemistry in our life, experiments, latest research in chemistry and laboratory techniques
Social Networks Suggestion Caztor Ssc | added on May 18, 2011 Create pages or accounts on social networks such as facebook and twitter
|Topic:||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, teachers, school children, post secondary students, post graduate students, educators|
IYC Outreach, chemistry educational resources Suggestion Jayasekara Athtanaike | added on May 13, 2011 This a copy of email received from Dr. Liezl, ACS in regard to IYC outreach and chemical educational resources, The information will be useful to those involved in IYC activities and school educational programmes. I thank Liezl Perez for his generous contribution.
So simple... Suggestion Ivan Reznikov | added on May 12, 2011 It`s so simple to realize grand ideas? especially if you see help from everywhere)
|Topic:||hands-on activities, experiments||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, teachers, high schools, school children, professional chemists|