International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Using Learning Technologies in Chemistry Teaching Suggestion Suggestion Symeon Retalis   |   added on Jun 05, 2011 The aim of this workshop is to demonstrate ways to make chemistry lesson more learning effective and stimulating to young children. Presentations by experienced teachers who use advaced learning technologies in their teaching practice, industrial vendors who create educational software for chemistry will be made.
Topic: workshops, educational software, didactics of chemistry Audience: industrial, scientists, parents, school children, decision makers, industrial vendors

Recent advances in analytical techniques Collaboration Collaboration Suban Sahoo   |   added on Apr 07, 2011 One day seminar to be organized on May12, 2011 for the celebration of IYC-2011.
Topic: seminars Audience: graduate students, researchers, industrial

Chemistry courses Suggestion Suggestion Albert Ahatov   |   added on Dec 31, 2009 This year i am planning to organize the chemistry courses for students of 5-6 grades from the schools of our city. Courses will be free
Topic: chemistry courses, chemistry teaching, chemistry olympiad, engaging the youth Audience: students, primary schools, educators, global, industrial, chemists, international, professional chemists, regional, school children, secondary schools, general public