1. Title Chemistry Lab for Kids and Teachers
Fabrication of a Voltaic Cell in the Edo Era
2. IYC interests @Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
AEncourage interest of young people in chemistry
BGenerate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
CCelebrate the role of women in chemistry
3. Short description Students and teachers understand the mechanism of voltaic cells, through the experiments from the Japanese first chemistry book "Seimi-Kaiso (1837)" written by Yoan Udagawa.
4. Audience Students, teachers and general public
5. Topic Seminar and Workshop
6. Long description Title of Event:
Experiment Classes in Tsuyama Archives of Western Learning
gChemistry Lab for Kids and Teachers, Fabrication of a Voltaic Cell in the Edo Erah
Schedule: August 4th, 2011
Venue & Place: Tsuyama Archives of Western Learning, Genpo Hall
Scope: Increase the understanding of chemistry and western learning in Tsuyama
10:30-11:45 Seminar of western learning in Tsuyama and the experiment of a voltaic cell (for teachers)
13:30-14:30 Fabrication of a voltaic cell in the Edo Era (for kids)
Elementary and junior high teachers (a.m.)
Elementary 5-6 grade students (p.m.)
Web Site: http://www.tsuyama-yougaku.jp/gyoujiyotei.html
7. Sponsors Tsuyama Archives of Western Learning, Tsuyama City Board of Education

8. Contact detail

Name:Dr. Kazuaki Hiroki
Organization or affiliations:Tsuyama National College of Technology
Phone :+81-868-24-8192