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Increasing Interest In Chemistry Suggestion Kaleb Mathieu | added on Mar 01, 2011 Showing how chemistry is related to everything to increase interest
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, experiments||Audience:|
FIRE FROM WATER - WATER FROM FIRE Suggestion Luca Szalay | added on Feb 25, 2011 On a date and at a time agreed in advance many teachers performed spectacular chemical experiments in their own schools, all involving water and fire. The students took lots of photographs and videos. The photographs were uploaded on the website of the event and any visitor can vote which ones he or she likes most.
|Topic:||experiments, engaging the youth, science fair, show||Audience:||students, secondary schools, high schools, school children, teachers, primary schools, international, global|
Chemistry for Kid Suggestion Krishna Pandu | added on Feb 20, 2011 Made an simulation about simple chemical reaction, for instance the reaction about sugar and water in glass, and introduce kids about periodic table and featuring them with funny chemical symbols.
|Topic:||chemistry teaching, experiments, engaging the youth, game, periodic table||Audience:||students, school children, tachers|
Página en español del IYC 2011 Suggestion Martín Torres Barrios | added on Feb 18, 2011 Estoy que trabajo en un Blog que muestre algunas actividades para escolares.
Molecular modelling cakes Suggestion Melissa Grant | added on Feb 14, 2011 Using cake pops as atoms and lollipop sticks as bonds for making molecular models