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30 ESO and ESO teachers high school diploma participate in a training program on Chemistry and biology.

The teachers came from schools in Navarra, San Sebastián, Vitoria, Madrid, Zaragoza, Logroño and Almería.

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Session "Teaching Chemistry"
PHOTO: Manuel Castells
31/10/13 16:34 Laura Latorre

Thirty teachers of Chemistry and biology, from 20 ESO and ESO schools, have participated in a training program given by researchers of . high school diplomahave participated in a training program given by researchers from the School of Sciences of the University of Navarra. Of these centers, half belong to Navarra and the other half to the provinces of Madrid, San Sebastian, Vitoria, Zaragoza, Logroño and Almeria.

In the course"Teaching Biology" and"Teaching Chemistry" the attendees performed experiments typical of the classes of Biochemistry , physics, microbiology, Environmental Biology or Chemistry organic and forensic, which are taught in the academic center.

In particular, they proceeded to the extraction of DNA by homemade methods, witnessed the coagulation of milk proteins or performed simple experiments with gases. They also participated in guided visits to the University's Museum of Natural Sciences and to research center Applied Medicine (CIMA).

The participating schools were IES "Bigarren Hezkuntzako" of Zizur Mayor; Paz de Ziganda of Villava; Sta. Teresa de Jesús from Pamplona; El Redín from Pamplona; CE Salesianos from Pamplona; IES Iturrama from Pamplona; IES Sierra de Leyre from Sangüesa; IES Marqués de Villena from Marcilla; CE San Francisco Javier from Tudela; IES Sancho III el Mayor from Tafalla; Olabide Ikastola of Vitoria-Gasteiz; Compañía de María of Logroño; Sansueña of Zaragoza; Saladares (Attendis) of Almería; Miralvent of Betxí-Castellón; Deutsche Schule San Alberto Magno of San Sebastián; Ntra. Sra. De las Maravillas of Madrid; Retamar of Pozuelo de Alarcón; Centro educational Fuenllana of Alcorcón; and Los Tilos of Madrid.

The program is supported by department of Education of the Government of Navarra, and its aim is goal to guide teachers in the management and choice of internships for their students, and to strengthen professional relationships among teachers.