I have some references for you =E2=80" I am trying to pull more than just the NCW and ChemMatters from the ACS.
I have a chapter on how to review demonstrations for suitability. One of the issues is that there are some reputable sites that have some inappropriate demonstrations.
Will send as soon as I get my adobe loaded on this new computer.
Sent from Mail for Windows 10
Odd question - something came across my email last week about a set of higher level (AP level) high school experiments that could be accomplished in 50 minutes or less. A webinar, perhaps?
Anyway - I'm doing a training for high school science teachers on Friday (they want to know all about demonstrations so the word is trickling out) and wanted to share this resource with the group.
But I'll be darned if I can't find it.
Debbie M. Decker, CCHO, ACS Fellow
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Councilor and Programming Co-Chair
University of California, Davis
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