UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO
SCED 441
METHODS OF TEACHING SECONDARY SCIENCE

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SCIENCE DEMONSTRATIONS PRESENTED
AT THE
COLORADO SCIENCE CONVENTION AND ELSEWHERE

NOTE:  The following collection of demonstrations do not list ALL safety precautions.
The teacher should carefully review and TEST these demos before using them in class.
These demonstrations are intended for teacher presentation and should not be attempted by students.

Select from the following:

Longs Peak Science Fair 2014 “Demo Show” – Spring 2014

National Science Teachers’ Association Regional Meeting 2013 “30 Demos in 50 Minutes” – Fall 2013

Longs Peak Science Fair 2013 “Demo Show” – Spring 2013

Colorado Science Convention 2012 “30 Demos in 50 Minutes” – Fall 2012

Colorado Science Convention 2011 “30 Demos in 50 Minutes” – Fall 2011

Colorado Science Convention 2010 “30 Demos in 50 Minutes” – Fall 2010

Colorado Science Convention 2009 “30 Demos in 50 Minutes” – Fall 2009

Colorado Science Convention 2008  30 Demos in 50 Minutes” - Fall 2008

NSTA Regional Convention - Denver "30 demos in 50 minutes" - Fall 2007

Colorado Science Convention 2006 "30 demos in 50 minutes" - Fall 2006

Colorado Science Convention 2005 "30 demos in 50 minutes" - Fall 2005

Colorado Science Convention 2004 "30 demos in 50 minutes" - Fall 2004

Colorado Science Convention Workshop on Electricity and Magnetism for Elementary Teachers - Fall 2002

Colorado Science Convention Demos from Methods Students - Fall 2001

Secondary Methods Class, Spring 2001

Colorado Science Convention Demos from Methods Students - Fall 1998

Colorado Science Convention Demos from Methods Students - Fall 1996

PHYSICS WORKSHOP ON LIGHT AND COLOR - Fall 1996

I.C.E. DEMOS

SCIENCE QUICKIES by Denman Evans

SCIENCE DEMONSTRATIONS PRESENTED AT NSTA 1999

SCIENCE DEMONSTRATIONS PRESENTED AT NSTA 2000

SCIENCE DEMONSTRATIONS PRESENTED AT NSTA 2001

SCIENCE DEMONSTRATIONS PRESENTED AT NSTA 2002

ACTIVE ASSESSMENT MATERIAL PRESENTED AT NSTA 2002