Physical chemistry uses the law of physics to bring further insights into the chemical system. Prerequisites include general chemistry, general physics, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus, etc.…Read More →
SCIENCE IN CONTEXT
We remind you that next October 22 at the IEC headquarters and on October 23 and 24 at the CosmoCaixa headquarters, the 6th Conference on the teaching of physics and chemistry will take place.
Its aim is to promote science in context and to provide teaching resources for contextualized teaching of science from contexts such as light, sea, greenhouse effect, volcanoes, food, forensic science, chemical reactions , etc. There will be lectures and workshops, and faculty will be able to present oral or poster presentations on science experiences (physics, chemistry, biology and geology).
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1st CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL IMPACT OF SCIENCE
BARCELONA, 25-29th OF JULY 2016
The 1st Conference on Social Impact of Science SIS2016 (Barcelona, 2016) will join researchers from Natural Sciences, Physics & Mathematics, Social Sciences & Humanities, Engineering, Information & Technology, Life Sciences, Health & Pharmacy. Ada Yonath, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009, will be Keynote Speaker at the Open Ceremony of the Conference.…Read More →
From the association of professors of physics and chemistry, we send you two pieces of information that you send to Claudi Mans * that may be of interest to you.
The SCQ (Catalan Society of Chemistry) will host PRICE 2016 (European Conference on Research in Chemical Education) from September 7 to 10 in Barcelona.
Encourage yourself to participate
ECRICE is a forum for researchers in chemical education, including experiences in both teaching and teaching chemistry. We trust that among all the Barcelona editions it will equal or surpass the previous ones to Jyväskylä (2014), Rome (2012), Cracow (2010).
If “Are you a teacher and you want to contribute to the improvement of teaching science?” Participate in a search by the Faculty of Education of the University of Barcelona.
Teachers with the following characteristics can participate:
Level: ESO and Baccalaureate, or last years of primary education
Areas: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Nature Sciences, Scientific Culture, Technology, Mathematics, Tutoring, Philosophy, or other related subjects
Interest in teaching science in context
Interest in socio-scientific topics (how does science affect our lives?)
Interest in scientific argumentation
Curiosity or experience with inquiry-based teaching
It is offered:
Current educational resources, prepared by experts
Contact with other innovative teachers and exchange of experiences
Acknowledgment of participation in a European educational innovation project
Accreditation by certificate
* CLAUDI HANDS AND TEIXIDÓ:
One of our partners born in Badalona and Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Barcelona has always been present and collaborating with us and offers us through websites and blogs a great deal of information and resources. He has always been open to inquiries and collaborations and holds interesting conferences, as well as having published a large number of educational books.
Other current features include:
– Contributor to the Torribera Food Campus, University of Barcelona.
-Member of the scientific committee UB-Bullipèdia, University of Barcelona, since November 2012.
-Collaborator of the ICE of the University of Barcelona.
– Board member of the Catalan Association of Scientific Communication, from 8-2-2006.
– Contributor to CosmoCaixa and the Alicia Foundation
-Member of several scientific and professional entities, among which is our association.
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November 9, 2016
100 YEARS OF LEWIS THEORY: THE CHEMICAL LINK TO DEBATE
This is a topic of great interest and will give us the opportunity to meet again and get to know your most immediate concerns. Don’t miss it!
We have been working to review the traditional Fall Days and adapt them to the new needs of teachers, with the organization of two outings and the request that all three activities be considered a computable training activity.…Read More →