ARTICLES BY WACEK KIJEWSKI

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# 1  How to Measure Cultural Differences in Metric Units

Date: 19/04/2006

Humor related to the adoption of metric system by different countries.

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# 2  The Travellers Temperature Tips

Date: 28/08/2006

The entertaining article explains Celsius and Fahrenheit temprature scales and gives simple, easy to remember, steps to change Celsius degrees to Fahrenheit degrees.

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# 3  Is IQ the Metric Unit of Intelligence and - Stupidity?

Date: 19/10/2006

Humor related to a proposal of introduction of a new, metric unit of intelligence.

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# 4 Al-Gebra and Illuminati Links Discovered

Date: 09/11/2006

Inspired by a radio kfm 94.5 programme, the author portrays both depressing and laughable facets of our temporary life.

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# 5 The Travelers' Temperature Predicaments

Date: 05/12/2006

Temperature measurement is very important to a whole range of areas and activities: science, scientific research, manufacturing, medicine and travel. Many European, Asian and African businessmen and tourists often travel to the USA and UK.

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# 6 The Travelers' Temperature Predicaments (2)

Date: 05/12/2006

Temperature measurement is very important to a whole range of areas and activities: science, scientific research, manufacturing, medicine and travel. Many European, Asian and African businessmen and tourists often travel to the USA and UK.

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# 7 How to Teach Classroom Mathematics

Date: 23/06/2008

Some years ago, I got appointment as a Head of Pre-Entry Science Course Department at the Technical University in Balgravia. The Department enrolled the best students from different high school of the country. The objective of the Department was to find students’ gaps in their knowledge of science subjects and upgrade them to university standards.  It was pleasure to work in an exotic country on such challenging   issues and for such noble goal.


# 8  Numbers in Our Contemporary Life

Date: 23/06/2008

From early childhood and throughout the schooling system, we learn the “3R’s”: Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic – the science of numbers. (Nowadays, you need to add a fourth “R”– gRaphing!).

Later, we reach a certain level in our education where may feel rightly or wrongly (often complacently) that our levels of mastering reading and writing are satisfactory.

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#9  How the Metric System Was Introduced in Africa

Date: 24/04/2009

I have been lecturing basic sciences in African universities, in time when the countries of Africa have been changing their fps system to SI system. A very interesting and challenging period! It took some years to accomplish the change fully.

Surprisingly, the change was more visible and easier done in business (packaging, volumes, balances), shops and streets (kilometer posts, speed signs, change to a right hand drive) than at a university laboratory. Why did they succeed in relatively smooth way?

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#10  Report Presentation-the Form of the Report

Date: 19/04/2011

There are various different formats for laboratory reports in use. These vary according to the type of work being reported, the purpose of the work or the report and the recipients for which the report is intended. Reports of original research conducted to further scientific knowledge in a specific area require a different format from reports of quality control experiments conducted in a company laboratory and yet other formats may be required for student reports on experiments. A student may be expected to follow one format for recording experiments in a laboratory record book as they are being performed and a different format when writing up the information from the record book for a formal laboratory report later in the term.

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# 11 Report Presentation (Part 2) - The Content of the Report

Date: 31/05/2011

Once the format has been determined (for student reports the format is usually, though not always, prescribed by the lecturer), the report writer's task is to arrange the appropriate content under each heading.

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