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Andreas Roy Werner works as chemistry teacher

...and is deputy headmaster at the Elsa-Brändström-Realschule in Essen.

The Elsa-Brändström-Realschule is one of 4 schools in Germany that have been equipped with a Cyber-Classroom learning environment by Evonik during the first pilote phase in 2010.

"We can integrate our own topics into the Cyber-Classroom. A short film on burning wire wool in our lab has been integrated into the module.  This experiment can be studied on a theoretic level, examining molecular structures thanks to the Cyber-Classroom's virtual chemistry lab."



 "Often students know how to handle this technology better than I do, because it works just like their gaming consoles."



Mr Roy-Werner developed the chemistry module "chemical equations" with us...


What is great about this technology is that we can not only use existing modules but also create contents ourselves and match them to our lessons. The developers then create a new module“, says Michael Wolf, head of the Elsa-Brändström-Schule, underlining his positive experience with the Cyber-Classroom. Even though it does not replace the traditional chemistry lesson it complements traditional teaching... (Source)


"... The Elsa-Brändström-Realschule and their 600 students are convinced that the Cyber-Classroom complements traditional chemistry lessons ideally..." (Press release education sponsor Evonik presenting the Cyber-Classroom to the Elsa-Brandström school)