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Proceedings of the 2nd European Variety in Chemistry Education P roceedings of the 2nd European Variety in Chemisty Education Charles University — Faculty of Science Prague The articles were reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee, however no responsibility for content or language is assumed by the publisher or editor.
Trainers of chemistry teachers — what we know about them and their work? Research-based development of exercises for heterogeneous groups of 1st year students of chemistry, life sciences and future chemistry teachers Curriculum modernization in chemical education Discourse analysis into the preservice training of chemistry teacher In search of chemistry students’ previous ideas related to chemical bonding How to solve them. What chemistry topics do students find difficult?
The role of didactics of chemistry in moulding teachers’ priorities of goals in chemical education Knowledge of solutions taken towards environmental protection — the survey among students Assessment of student perceptions in project based chemistry applications The effects of goal orientation and self-directed learning on pre-service chemistry students’ achievement Laboratory course in analytical chemistry — some discussion remarks Context-based open-ended problems in chemistry Case studies for practicals in analytical chemistry The relationship between high school students’ chemistry self-efficacy and chemistry achievement.
Content analysis of children’s preconceptions about chemical phenomena as an important resource for further analysis of predispositions required for the preconceptions development Activation methods in education of chemistry students at tertiary level Iron experiment as an example of knowledge integrating nucleus Snowballs, sugar paper and students — enhancing learning for non-chemists.
The butler did it: The use of PADs in continuous assessment. Teaching innovations of themes difficult to understand in chemistry. Using the schematic representation of teaching and learning materials in science classes How to solve laboratory problems and tasks in chemical education?
Lab work and the understanding ioszmider science Small-scale teaching within koszmidfr groups — empowering the tutors in a 1st year undergraduate chemistry laboratory. An integrated methodology for chemical education. Modification of an expository laboratory for 1st year undergraduate chemistry The Flash MX supported manual for forensic chemistry students How could chemistry teachers explain tobacco smoke toxicity and carcinogenicity to students?
Electrochemistry and redox reactions in chemistry education. The effect of problem solving approach in laboratory on students’ attitudes and performances within chemistry education Inquiry based experiment suggestions and their effect on student success and gains in chemistry applications Effects of project oriented laboratory course on students’ anxiety and performance A comprehensive approach to experiments using the multifunctional data logger Present conception of laboratory activities in chemistry education Students’ interpretations and gains from different animations on h-bonding Interactive voting system and interactive display board in teaching elements of chemistry at the academic level Promoting cooperation, harmony, synergy, koszmicer innovation throughout the EC Chemistry education — computers ICT The interactive whiteboard in teaching chemistry Student’s multimedia presentation as a part of chemistry teachers’ training: Interactive Internet tools for practicing the correct representation of chemical compounds by means of structural formulae Presentation as a component of university chemistry education Interesting chemistry — multimedia collection of tasks Possibilities in applying research-based teaching in chemistry From secondary school to the university.
Approach to implementation of science curriculum, with a special view to chemistry Equipping secondary school teachers with the tools for inspiring the next generation of young chemists Studies of knowledge standard in general chemistry of the first year chemistry students.
Helping chemistry students to enter a labour market Research-based development of courses in chemistry education for future chemistry teachers Structured study of chemistry teaching at University of West Bohemia in Cgemia Chemistry in Lithuanian schools and University of Technology Effect of instruction on the future teachers’ knowledge structure regarding solving strategies of chemical problems The first one took place in in Krakow Poland and it follows in more than ten-year-long tradition of similar conferences held by the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Physical Sciences Subject Center of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom.
The main aim of the conference is to share experience and expertise on various themes from curriculum development to educational techniques, and to support importance of chemistry education in the 21st century at the university level. The organisers expect that the conference will be a good platform for the presentation of new results gathered in this field of chemistry education not only in the countries of Europe but also in non-European countries.
It is also expected that the meeting will offer a good chemka for the co-operation between teachers, chemists and programme managers from various tertiary level institutions. The main topics of the conference are: Problem and context based chemistry education. New methods in chemistry education. Information and communication technology ICT in chemistry education 5. European and national educational programmes, projects and industryeducation cooperation viii Proceedings of the 2nd European Variety in Chemistry Education, Prague Plenary lectures, each of which is devoted to the general problems of chemical education, are published in the introductory part of the proceedings.
The first topic involves contributions aimed at general problems koszmideer science education, at new chemistry curricula and at related new ways of chemistry teaching. Experiences in new educational technologies are assembled in the second topic.
The third topic is focused on research into practical chemistry education, work in the laboratory included.
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The contributions on the utilisation of information and communication technology ICT in chemistry education are collected in the fourth topic.
At last, the European and national educational programmes, projects and industryeducation cooperation are the gather up under fifth topic. All the published papers make together a good overview of problems and issues related to chemistry education in various countries all over the world. We believe that the proceedings may become a good source of information for all who are interested in university chemistry education no matter where they live or cnemia.
Qualifications required by trainers of chemistry teachers ooszmider knowledge of chemistry, psychology and pedagogy as well as currying out research in chemical education and practical knowledge about work at school.
There were formulated some conclusions about conditions of improvement in this state. Their acquisition requires combination of chemical knowledge with that in the field of pedagogy and psychology.
Chemia dla gimnazjalistow Zbior zadan podstawowych
However, trainers of chemistry teachers should possess such knowledge in a larger range. Their preparation for performing this role as well as ideas and beliefs affect significantly education of future teachers. Therefore determination koszider optimal qualifications they should possess is necessary. The most frequently a professional teacher training course is held during studies of a science subject. Classes in methods of teaching are condacted by staff of Faculty of Science or Faculty of Education.
In Poland, 2 Proceedings of the 2nd European Variety in Chemistry Koszmieer, Prague like in many other countries, departments of science subjects education are the parts of Faculties of Science.
This means that e. The curriculum of the typical professional chemistry teacher training course is of interdisciplinary character koszider combines chemical knowledge with elements of knowledge in pedagogy, psychology and sociology.
This can be illustrated using the example of one the basic skill acquired during such course by prospective chemistry teachers. Planning the chemistry lesson for a given theme, students analyse teaching content, which requires chemical knowledge. At the same time they determine a probable koszmlder of reasoning used by pupils during this lesson. For this item knowledge in the field of psychology is necessary.
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cyemia Knowledge of pedagogy will be indispensable for planning of the organization of the lesson. Sociology is helpful where achievement of assumed aims of lesson will depend koszmidfr taking interpersonal relations into account.
A characteristic feature of the teaching methods classes is also the fact that they must combine theoretical and practical knowledge. Its larger part should be held at schools where students will observe chemistry lessons and then they will conduct them.
Qualifications required by trainers of chemistry teachers Improvement of koszmidee education level and connected with it suitable training of science teachers is at chenia one of the significant aims set by countries tending to achieve economical and social development.
They must be educated in chemistry which is indispensable for many reasons. Without it, estimation if the teaching content is substantially correct is not possible. Good knowledge of chemistry and cognitive psychology is indispensable to determine the reason for difficulties many pupils come across during chemistry lessons. Knowledge of psychology is the basis for getting students acquainted with the factors influencing the course and effects of process of chemistry learning.
Getting students familiar with organization of educational process requires knowledge of pedagogy from trainers of chemistry teachers. Only knowledge in chemistry, psychology and pedagogy is not sufficient to be a good trainer of chemistry teachers. At present the results of chemistry education research are to a larger extent applied in teaching chemistry .