About Cornelia Lăcrămioara Anițaș

ANIŢAŞ CORNELIA LĂCRĂMIOARA-Physics teacher at "Emil Racoviță" High School, Baia Mare, Project coordinator of the QUARK Project in collaboration with "Petre Dulfu" County Library Baia Mare in 2019, CERN- HST 2010 Ambassador Having 27 years of teaching experience with Romanian students and being a volunteer in social projects, I am looking forward to improve my teaching and learning skills. Every year I have participated with my students in national competitions, scientific symposiums and conferences and various European projects / eTwinning projects (Trip to CERN, Optics in nature ...). These have been not only useful for their development, but also pleasant experiences for the whole team. I was also involved in several online projects and our team regularly writes articles for our science magazine dedicated to students: http://bit.ly/2ZW08EX About my trip at CERN (HST), places to visit (MICROCOSM, Square Van Hove, Globe Universe of Particles Exhibition), the program’s activities. https://www.kizoa.com/Online-Movie-Maker/d27268558k5021884o1l1/titlul-cern https://www.kizoa.com/Online-Movie-Maker/d27284797k6813802o1l1/cern- https://luminaonline.wordpress.com/.

Journey into the world of particles

Between the 15th and the 19th of April we organized a series of STEM activities dedicated to the STEM Discovery Week 201 , the Apollo 50th Anniversary and the Planetarium BAIA MARE 50th Anniversary. During this week the students have used English to learn about the space missions, life on ISS, Particle Physics by studying CERN’s website and other websites (1,2) created by graduates of LTER, members of Fun Science Club “QUARK”.

One of the STEM activities has been „Journey into the world of particles”. It started with a quiz. We watched my movie at Globe Universe of Particles Exhibition (translated by Juhasz Bianca Patricia and created by Florin Ionce) and we found out about CERN’s objectives.

CERN hosts a gigantic complex of particle accelerators. But…

•           What is an accelerator?

•           How does an accelerator work?

•           What are the characteristics of an accelerator?

•           What type of accelerators are at CERN?

•           What type of accelerators do you know?

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