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Experimentos en español Suggestion Eunice Martinez | added on Jul 08, 2011 Hacer algo ya!
|Topic:||experiments||Audience:||teachers, high schools|
Scientists in the Class! Suggestion Latrece Johnson | added on Jun 26, 2011 Children engage in simple chemistry experiments all month long. Use a simplified version of the scientific method and ask/answer questions about what you did.
|Topic:||hands-on courses, engaging the youth, experiments, show||Audience:||iyc enthusiasts, preschool teachers, iyc|
The Alchemy of Change Suggestion Cynthia Pannucci | added on Jun 24, 2011 We invite, via our current OPEN CALL, people involved in the field of Chemistry to share their unique visual images that bring the science [or art] of alchemic change to the viewer in powerful visceral ways.
|Topic:||exhibition||Audience:||educators, professional chemists, professors, researchers, iyc enthusiasts, international, global, post, teachers|
Learn by seeing Suggestion Ahmet İyİbİldİren | added on Jun 10, 2011 Small experiments, big adventures
Using Learning Technologies in Chemistry Teaching 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|