1. Video Lab - Cations and Anions Vimeo

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    Video Lab was an NUI Galway/NUI Galway Student Union EXPLORE project to help 1st Year Students with their Chemistry labs. It was funded by the Bright Ideas Initiative and the Student Project Fund. Music: "Look to la Luna" by cdk - http://ccmixter.org/files/cdk/3722

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    • Miko / action painting / Čechová / street balet

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      United Islands Prague international music festival 22.6. 2012 http://unitedislands.cz/ Autor: Jirka Matoušek

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      • Mentoring: just do it!

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        Once a month chemistry professor Raymond Dudek invites middle and high students into his lab to explore the wonders of science. The payoff? Priceless.

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        • Tips and Tricks for Online Lectures

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          Students want access to lecture contact 24/7 and the Chemistry Department at the University of Southampton embraced this by creating a range of support materials. Supported by the HE STEM programme they shared their expertise through workshops and in this film offer some tips to help you plan and create your own on-line content.

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          • Passing the lab coat to the next generation

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            How do you inspire a child to become a scientist? All it takes is a bit of imagination and a lab coat.

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            • Formica Fusion Short Film

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              http://thethorburngroup.com/

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              • State of the Geopolymer 2012

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                Prof. Joseph Davidovits presented in july 2012, at the 4th annual Geopolymer Camp meeting at Saint-Quentin, France, his keynote on the "State of the geopolymer R. & D. 2012". You will know what happened during the last year about geopolymer science and applications. Watch this video to get a comprehensive update on this technology.

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                • Community outreach in Memphis

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                  Erin Carter, a student at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., describes what she and her fellow students do to excite kids about chemistry.

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                  • Chemist can dance!

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                    Really we can. Just ask Kelly Allison, a student at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., who participated in the Periodic Table dance at a recent American Chemical Society National Meeting.

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                    • Using Clickers in the Classroom

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                      For Dr. Debra Feakes, a student response system, commonly called clickers, is a way to quickly gauge student understanding of course material. Feakes teaches chemistry at Texas State University. She explains that with large classes, clickers provide all students a way to participate, while giving her a read on how well students are making sense of her lectures.

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