1. Title Interesting and useful experiments course
for chemistry teachers of secondary schools
2. IYC interests › ‡@Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
œ ‡AEncourage interest of young people in chemistry
œ ‡BGenerate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
› ‡CCelebrate the role of women in chemistry
3. Short description Chemistry teachers of secondary schools in Japan have been in trouble over not enough students who like chemistry and been trying to show interesting experiments in front of students. So, we would like to help them by introducing useful experiments.
4. Audience Secondary school teachers
5. Topic Seminars, Chemistry, Chemistry education, workshop, Hands-on activities, Analytical chemistry, Demonstrations, Educational materials, Biotechnology
6. Long description 1.Title of activities and events
Interesting and useful experiments course for chemistry teachers of secondary schools
2.Scedule: Date August 4, 2011 Time 10:00`16:30
3.Venue:College of Analytical Chemistry, Japan
4.Place:1-1 Temma 2-chome, Kita-ku,Osaka,Osaka 530-0043,JAPAN
5.Scope
College of Analytical Chemistry, Japan was established 30 years ago. It has not only produced about 2,800 chemists and analytical chemists to various companies and organizations, but also it has held a large number of chemical festivals for secondary school, high school students and teachers for about 20 years. In the background of that, secondary school teachers have been in trouble over no time to have so many interesting experiment classes in their schools and the number of these experiments is limited.
So we would like to help them by introducing useful experiments, we have hold this course every summer vacation for 12 years. Now, this course has been very popular and teachers are always looking forward to taking part in it and exchanging chemical education information each other.
6.Program
1)Chemical Experiments
  EChecking acidity or alkalinity with hand-made petit-capsule
  ENon-bubbling strange soapy water
  EDonft discard a receipt! Itfs very useful for experiment material!
  ESuddenly disappearing letters
  ESparkling miracle solution
2)Chemical educationfs information exchange
7.Phone: +81-6-6353-0347
8.e-mail:info@bunseki.ac.jp
9.Participants web site:http://www.bunseki.ac.jp/event/11.08.04.html
7. Sponsors College of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University

8. Contact detail

EmailFsato@bunseki.ac.jp
Name:Tomoko Sato
Organization or affiliations:College of Analytical Chemistry, Japan
Phone :+81-6-6353-0347
Country,City:Janan,Osaka