Chemiluminescence and Oh My Gases!
Hope you’re ready to get glowy and gassy. Have you ever wondered what makes a jellyfish glow? Or why do bath bombs fizz when they get wet? Come explore why things glow in the dark by learning the science behind glow sticks and creating our own glowing objects, including edible Jell-O. And then dive into conducting experiments that demonstrate the properties of gasses by inflating balloons, powering a boat with baking soda, and more.
OFFERED: Session 1, Week 2
TIME: 1:00 - 3:50pm
FEE: $110 + $25 materials fee
LOCATION: San Luis Obispo Campus Room 4117
QUESTIONS: Contact the instructor at Leana_marcus@cuesta.edu
INSTRUCTOR: Leana Marcus
|Meet the instructor|
|Leana is a Psychology student graduating this spring from Cuesta. She has a passion for for science and especially Chemistry. This is her 2nd year teaching for CFK. Her career goal is to integrate her love for nature with psychology by using wilderness therapy as treatment for anxiety and stress disorders. She has been educating children for over 15 years and she is also the mother of a 12 year old son and 3 year old daughter.|