Multiple Representations in Chemical Education

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8871-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-8872-8 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 1-8

      Introduction: Macro, Submicro and Symbolic Representations and the Relationship Between Them: Key Models in Chemical Education

  2. The Challenges Faced in Teaching and Learning About the Representational Triplet

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 9-10

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      Pages 11-29

      Learning at the Sub-micro Level: Structural Representations

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      Pages 31-54

      Micro–Macro Thinking in Chemical Education: Why and How to Escape

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      Pages 55-73

      Towards a Better Utilization of Diagrams in Research into the Use of Representative Levels in Chemical Education

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      Pages 75-105

      Learning at the Symbolic Level

  3. Improving Existing Pedagogy in Respect of the Triplet Relationship

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 107-108

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      Pages 109-136

      Learning at the Macro Level: The Role of Practical Work

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      Pages 137-150

      Linking the Macroscopic, Sub-microscopic and Symbolic Levels: The Case of Inorganic Qualitative Analysis

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      Pages 151-168

      The Efficacy of an Alternative Instructional Programme Designed to Enhance Secondary Students’ Competence in the Triplet Relationship

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      Pages 169-191

      Linking the Macroscopic and Sub-microscopic Levels: Diagrams

  4. Classroom Solutions to the Challenges Posed by the Triplet Relationship

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 193-194

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      Pages 195-213

      Structure–Property Relations Between Macro and Micro Representations: Relevant Meso-levels in Authentic Tasks

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      Pages 215-250

      Historical Material in Macro–Micro Thinking: Conceptual Change in Chemistry Education and the History of Chemistry

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      Pages 251-283

      The Roles of Multimedia in the Teaching and Learning of the Triplet Relationship in Chemistry

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      Pages 285-307

      The Application of a ‘Model of Modelling’ to Illustrate the Importance of Metavisualisation in Respect of the Three Types of Representation

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      Pages 309-331

      Action Research to Promote the Formation of Linkages by Chemistry Students Between the Macro, Submicro, and Symbolic Representational Levels

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      Pages 333-350

      Towards a Coherent Model for Macro, Submicro and Symbolic Representations in Chemical Education

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 351-367