We are passionate in helping teachers learn creative teaching methods. We also share fun, innovative and practical ways teachers can use to motivate and develop their students through conferences, seminars, workshops and idea generation trips.
In this workshop, Dr. Janchai will show teachers how to use various tools to illustrate different Physics theories that are suitable for their students of different academic levels and varying level of abilities. You will learn how to:
1) Make Physics activities more meaningful, effective and interesting
2) Cultivate intrinsic motivation for learning Physics
3) Develop thinking abilities, problem-solving skills and creativity
This workshop will cover:
1) Fun with Light and Sound
Reflection of Light
Physics of a musical instrument
Communication with laser beam
Spectrum of Sunlight
2) Physics of Flying objects and Rockets
3) Newton’s Law of Motion
4) Fun with Electromagnetism
Fun way to learn electromagnetic induction
Detection of Radioactivity in Classroom
All teachers will bring back some fun creations to illustrate teaching of different concepts covered.
Creative linking of science with things around us promote discovery as well as add meaning to the learning of Science as a subject. In this workshop, Dr. Janchai will show you:
1) How to use items around us to make science activities more meaningful, effective & interesting
2) How to cultivate intrinsic motivation for learning science.
3) How to develop scientific thinking abilities and creativity.
The workshop will cover:
• Heat and Transmission
• Light and Reflection
• Conversion of Energy
• Fun Science with your Body
• Interaction of Forces
All teachers will bring back some fun creations to illustrate teaching of different science concepts covered in this workshop!
About the Workshop Speaker
DR. JANCHAI YINGPRAYOON was the first Asian President of the International Council of Associations for Science Education (ICASE). He was also Head of Physics Department of the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST), Bangkok; and the Chairman of Science Teacher’s Section, Science Society of Thailand. He is a creative and humourous lecturer who makes learning science fun and meaningful. He is particularly interested in teaching sicence with toys and hands-on activities. Dr Janchai is a very well known international speaker in science education. He has been invited to many international conferences as keynote speaker. He has conducted extremely innovative workshops in many countries around the world such as China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Germany, England, France, Hungary, Canada, Argentina, Italy, Spain, etc.
This book provides
Creative and constructive aspects of teaching mathematics in a meaningful way;
Motivational ideas that are suitable for students of different grades and varying abilities;
A variety of captivating mathematical tricks, appropriate for teaching mathematics as well as for recreational purposes;
A collection of crafts to teach mathematics in more creative ways; and
Further discussions for promoting transfer of learning.