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Try To Titrate This! Suggestion A. Garza | added on Dec 18, 2010 Relate math and chemistry via titrations, equilibrium constants, dilutions, dissociations, etc. Math emphasis on exponential notation, graphing, reasonableness and simplifying assumptions (with validation at the end). Since pH meters are readily available, predictions should be part of the hands-on-activities.
|Topic:||hands-on activities||Audience:||secondary schools|
Kitting out a science classroom for The City of Kumasi School in Ghana Suggestion Victoria Chapman | added on Dec 07, 2010 Learning Link Ghana's ambitious 2011 project supported by Fitzwimarc School in Rayleigh in the UK is to kit out a classroom at The City of Kumasi School in Ghana, West Africa. Currently, science teaching is text-book based and children at the school miss out on the opportunity to experience chemistry through doing.
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, afica, ghana, charity, third sector, voluntary, experiments, children, lectures||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, scientists, educators, teachers, tertiary education, primary schools, press, global|
Exhibition concerning the importance and imminent need for chemistry in social and everyday life. Collaboration Hichem Abassi | added on Nov 27, 2010 sort of science fair or scientific experience accessible to everyone but too valuable to everyone,so no one will get bored or will negligate this very important event ,the year of chemistry.
Celebrating IYC through Programming Suggestion Yosi Pramajaya | added on Nov 08, 2010 Let's collaborate computer and Chemistry... By creating small/little chemistry encyclopaedy with newest information... And make young people interested with chemistry..
|Topic:||engaging the youth, hands-on activities||Audience:||students, professional chemists., iyc enthusiasts, primary schools, tertiary education, teachers, post graduate students|
why there is no chemisty clubs in the preparatory ?? Suggestion Hichem Abassi | added on Nov 01, 2010 chemistry is very well studied in prep cycles, but if we can't love what we do, we won't do it well..would we?