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Let's Do Chemistry! Changing Attitudes about Chemistry Video

Video for educators and scientists summarizing the ChemAttitudes project and Explore Science: Let's Do Chemistry activities and events.
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Radio Futures: I Spy Radio

Young learners explore a colorful illustration showing everyday uses of radio technologies.
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Making STEM Content Relevant

Relevance is an important component of any successful STEM public engagement programming. Use these suggestions and tips to make your Earth and space content more relevant for learners in your community.
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Let's Do Chemistry Train-the-Trainer Workshop Resources

A collection of workshop resource to support modifying and facilitating activities to increase participants' interest, relevance, and self-efficacy in chemistry.
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Online Workshop Recording: Making Chemistry Matter to Your Public Audiences - Using Hands-on Activities to Stimulate Interest, Relevance, and Self-efficacy

Online professional development workshop recording.
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Gum and Chocolate

In this activity, learners practice observation and prediction skills as they experience an interesting chemical reaction in their mouths by chewing chocolate and gum at the same time.
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Atoms to Atoms Card Game - training guide and materials

In this training exercise, learners will play a game where they assign descriptive terms to chemistry-related phrases and discuss why they feel that way.
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What’s in the Water

In this activity, learners investigate what chemicals and compounds can be found in a sample of water using a variety of tools and techniques.
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Sublimation Bubbles

In this activity, learners explore sublimation by capturing carbon dioxide gas in soapy bubbles sublimated from dry ice.
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Rocket Reactions

In this activity, learners experiment with finding the best mix of "rocket fuel" by making miniature baking soda and vinegar "rockets" that shoot plastic caps into the air.