SCIENCE TEACHING

Science & Technology will continue to shape our lives in various important ways even as we continue to be challenged by issues related to the environment and sustainable development, energy, climate change, health, poverty, and others.

The Ateneo School of Science and Engineering is committed to train students in the most advanced and appropriate science and technology that will ensure appropriate and sustainable development for all and protection of our environment.

The SOSE is offering a 4-DAY SCIENCE EDUCATION SEMINAR-WORKSHOP

May 15-18, 2017
6 hours per day
9am to 12nn
1-4 pm

May 15 Monday

8-9am                     REGISTRATION                                                                                              CTC 413

PLENARY SESSION

9-10am                                    Opening Ceremonies

Welcome                                  Dean Evangeline P. Bautista

An Overview of the SHS Science Curriculum 30 min

Morning Break                    15 min

 

BIOLOGY SECTION

May 15 Monday

10am-12nn         Biology and Biology Education

Innovations and Trends

1-4pm                     BIOLOGY Module 1 The Cell

May 16 Tuesday

9-12nn                    BIOLOGY Module 2 The Cell Cycle: Mitosis and Meiosis

1-4pm                     BIOLOGY Module 3 Biological Membranes and

Transport Mechanisms

May 17 Wednesday

9-12nn                    BIOLOGY Module 4 Biological Molecules:

Carbohydrates, Proteins, Lipids and Nucleic Acids

1-4pm                     BIOLOGY Module 5 Photosynthesis

May 18 Thursday

9-12nn                    BIOLOGY Module 6 Respiration

1-3pm                     Performance Assessment of Participants

 

PHYSICS SECTION

May 15 Monday

10am-12nn         Physics and Physics Education

Innovations and Trends

1-4pm                     PHYSICS Module 1 Kinematics of One-dimensional Motion

Distance, displacement, average speed, average velocity

instantaneous speed, instantaneous velocity,

average acceleration, instantaneous acceleration

May 16 Tuesday

9-12nn                    PHYSICS Module 2 Kinematics of One-dimensional Motion                                                                                                    Graphical interpretation of one-dimensional motion

Problem solving related to one-dimensional motion

Demonstration experiments related to one-dimensional motion

1-4pm                     PHYSICS Module 3 Kinematics of Two-dimensional Motion

Newton’s Third Law of Motion

Newton’s Second Law of Motion

Newton’s First Law of Motion

Inertial and non-inertial frames of reference

May 17 Wednesday

9-12nn                    PHYSICS Module 4 Newton’s Universal Law of Gravitation

Projectile motion

Uniform circular motion

Planetary motion

1-4pm                     PHYSICS Module 5 Impulse-momentum theorem and conservation of momentum

Derivation of the impulse-momentum theorem from Newton’s Laws of Motion

Applications of the impulse-momentum theorem and conservation of momentum

Problems solving using the impulse-momentum theorem and conservation of momentum

May 18 Thursday

9-12nn                    PHYSICS Module 6 Work-energy theorem and conservation of mechanical energy

Derivation of the work-energy theorem from Newton’s Laws of motion

Definition of work, kinetic energy and gravitational potential energy

Applications of the work-energy theorem and the conservation of mechanical energy

Problem solving using the work-energy theorem and conservation of mechanical energy;

1-3pm                     Summative Assessment

 

PLENARY SESSION

May 18 Thursday

3-4pm                     Closing Ceremony                                                                                    Dean Evangeline P. Bautista

Distribution of Certificates of Completion

For inquiries, email: cgblagunzad@yahoo.com

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