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Teaching Nanotechnology[edit | edit source]
Teachers' Toolbox is a Wikibook on teaching methods and ways to improve teaching. The toolbox is intended to give you an overview of methods you can use when teaching in general.
If you know of places that have teaching material available on the net, please add a link to the list below:
Outreach projects[edit | edit source]
There are several nanotechnology related outreach projects. Here are some examples to give ideas:
- Nanoscale Science Education
- Citizens school of nanotechnology
- Webcast outreach lecture
- Exploring the nanoworld
- K-14 outreach
- Cornell Museum
Demonstration experiments[edit | edit source]
There is a dedicated section for nanotechnology in the Wikiboook on Science Show, which is a cross disciplinary collection of demonstration experiments. The is growing steadily and we will begin to add to the English version soon. Please add to these books with any demonstration experiments and ideas you have!
There are others available on the net:
- Nano-Tex: Testing New Nano Fabrics
- Nano kits and for instance the exercise moving a wall
References[edit | edit source]
See also notes on editing this book about how to add references Nanotechnology/About#How_to_contribute.