Book 2009

Chemistry Education in the ICT Age

ISBN: 978-1-4020-9731-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-9732-4 (Online)

Table of contents (39 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-10

    Chemistry and Chemical Education as a Bridge to Peace

  3. Chapter

    Pages 11-17

    “Jeopardy” in the Inorganic Classroom - Teaching Descriptive Chemistry Using a Television Game Show Format

  4. Chapter

    Pages 19-25

    Teaching Thermodynamic Relations Using a Story and Two-Dimensional Cartesian Coordinate System

  5. Chapter

    Pages 27-30

    Heralding Calamity of Global Warming and Chemistry Role Through a Chorus

  6. Chapter

    Pages 31-39

    Using the Arts and Computer Animation to Make Chemistry Accessible to All in the Twenty-First Century

  7. Chapter

    Pages 41-55

    Chemical Potential from the Beginning

  8. Chapter

    Pages 57-63

    The Chemistry of Carbenes and Their Metal Complexes: An Undergraduate Laboratory Experiment

  9. Chapter

    Pages 65-74

    SATL, Learning Theory, and the Physiology of Learning

  10. Chapter

    Pages 75-83

    A Rubric to Guide Curriculum Development of Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory: Focus on Inquiry

  11. Chapter

    Pages 85-100

    Investigating the Effectiveness of Computer Simulations in the Teaching of “Atomic Structure and Bonding”

  12. Chapter

    Pages 101-106

    Networked Learning for an Online Coastal Zone Management Module

  13. Chapter

    Pages 107-113

    Moodle in Teacher Training

  14. Chapter

    Pages 115-118

    SIA@SFU (Science in Action at Simon Fraser University)

  15. Chapter

    Pages 119-129

    Context and Chemistry Going Dutch? The Development of a Context-Based Curriculum in the Netherlands

  16. Chapter

    Pages 131-144

    Using New Technologies in Teaching Chemistry

  17. Chapter

    Pages 145-151

    The Effectiveness of Lecture Demonstrations to Enhance Learning of Chemistry

  18. Chapter

    Pages 153-160

    The Use of Writing-Intensive Learning as a Communication and Learning Tool in an Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Course

  19. Chapter

    Pages 161-184

    A Study on the Use of Concept Maps in the Teaching of ‘Chemical Periodicity’ at the Upper Secondary Level

  20. Chapter

    Pages 185-195

    Non-linear POGIL for Developing Cumulative Skills and Multidisciplinary Chemical Concepts for Non-science and Chemistry Majors

  21. Chapter

    Pages 197-223

    Teaching Physical Chemistry in Disadvantaged Contexts: Challenges, Strategies and Responses

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