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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science club activites Suggestion Anees Hassan | added on Sep 22, 2011 science club activites
|Topic:||engaging the youth||Audience:||students, secondary schools, teachers, high schools, school children, educators, primary schools|
count down board Suggestion Anees Hassan | added on Sep 21, 2011 fix a count down board in your school
|Topic:||engaging the youth, exhibition, competition||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, teachers, high schools, school children, educators, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, post secondary students|
3rd Quarter Chemistry Fashion Show Collaboration Squid Bait | added on Aug 28, 2011 What better way to get the general public and kids interested in chemistry than with a chemistry fashion show.
Pen palling between children participating in the IYC Collaboration Patricia Carabelli | added on Aug 27, 2011 Foster interaction among children which are participating in the IYC. If any one is interested, we may exchange emails. We are in a Primary School in Montevideo, Uruguay, South America
|Topic:||engaging the youth, presentations||Audience:||students, teachers, school children, educators, primary schools|
Science songs and videos Collaboration Jon Chase | added on Aug 09, 2011 Encourage students to produce informative songs and videos to help share knowledge about science and chemistry
|Topic:||engaging the youth, presentations, history of chemistry, competition, periodic table||Audience:||students, general public, secondary schools, teachers, scientists, high schools, school children, educators, primary schools, tertiary education|