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Rajeev Singh | added on Jun 18, 2010 | India
Annual Chemical Society Festival, From quizzes, extempore to chemical fashion show to hands-on activities
Chem13 News Periodic Table Design Project
Richard Vollans | added on May 19, 2010 | Canada
Teachers and educators worldwide can register their students, of any age, for this one-of-a-kind periodic table project combining art and science celebrating IYC. Visit www.chem13news.uwaterloo.ca for submission instructions and how to have your creative interpretation be part of the public art display, poster and website.
Open Days of Chemistry at Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo
Meliha Zejnilagic-Hajric | added on May 10, 2010 | Bosnia And Herzegovina
We have organized „Open Days of Chemistry“ at our Department, that will last for a week from 10. to 15. May. We prepared interesting demonstrations from all chemistry areas, for students and teachers from middle and high schools in our country. These experiments will be performed by our students and assistants.
Didáctica de la Química y Vida Cotidiana (Didactics of Chemistry and Everyday Life)
Gabriel Pinto | added on Mar 04, 2010 | Spain
Web pages (in Spanish) where several problems, exercices, analogies and experiments are offered with the aim of promoting the learning of Chemistry through experiences of everyday life. Several books developed by a good number of teachers are included (free access).