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WORKSHOP ON BASIC MICROSCALE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY TECHNIQUES

FOR INTEGRATED MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE

"Teaching 7th Grade TEKS: An Investigative Approach"

June 23, 2003

Registration Code:SCIT2020 301024Q

TEKS Oriented----TEEAC Approved---- CE qualified-----G/T qualified by some Region ESC

PROGRAM

Workshop participants will learn how to use a thematic approach to assist their students in the learning process. All experiments will emphasize safety, wise use of resources, and a hands-on investigative approach. The theme for this workshop will be "Matter in Motion". The basic properties of systems will be discussed.  The primary emphasis will be on TEKS 7.4B, 7.6A &C, 7.7A & C, and 7.14A.

Complete experiment agenda will be added soon!

All lectures and hands-on laboratories will be held at the Genecov Science Building in Room G223. All theory and experiments will be provided in handout format. The TEKS cited are from Texas Education Code 28.002 with the specific provisions of code 112.21 effective September 1, 1998.NOTE: Due to the similarity in many of the TEKS for each age group, the experiments listed below can easily be adapted for other age groups.

The cost of this workshop is $55 per participant. This cost includes all necessary supplies for the participants, a personal copy of the laboratory experiments performed with teacher instructions. This does not imply copyright use for classroom unless specifically granted by the author.  

Registration will be through the Tyler Junior College Continuing Education Department. Please see the Registration Form.  Region VII teachers should contact Nita Beth Camp at the Region VII Education Service Center and Region VIII teachers should contact Kyndalyn Cardwell at the Region VIII Education Service Center.  

Participants will receive a TJC Continuing Education completion of training certificate with the hours of training listed, six hours of TEEAC credit, and any certificates afforded them through collaboration with the Region Service Centers.

Lunch will be provided.

Participants are encouraged to register at least two weeks in advance.

Attendance is limited to 20 so be sure to register early. SO REGISTER NOW!!!

SC REGIONAL MICROSCALE CHEMISTRY CENTER

EPA(OPPT_DFE)-NMCC-SCPETE-SCRMCC

WORKSHOP ON BASIC MICROSCALE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY TECHNIQUES

FOR INTEGRATED MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE

Tyler Junior College (Tyler, TX)

Other Supporters include: ESC, Regions VII and VIII, Ward Scientific, Fisher Scientific, Flinn Scientific, Tyler ISD, John Wiley and Sons Publishers, and Kyndall-hunt Publishers.

Faculty and Staff

Dr. Byron Howell, Instructor of Chemistry/Coordinator, SCRMCC

Dr. James Rozell, Instructor of Chemistry

Laboratory Manager

Troy Cenac, Laboratory Specialist

For more Information:

Contact Dr. Byron Howell, Coordinator SCRMCC, 

Tyler Junior College

P.O.Box 9020

Tyler, TX 75711

Tel: (903)510-2528; FAX (903)510-2736

E-mail: BHOW@tjc.edu

 

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