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By Anna Kolasa, Iwona Maciejowska (auth.), Mei-Hung Chiu, Hsiao-Lin Tuan, Hsin-Kai Wu, Jing-Wen Lin, Chin-Cheng Chou (eds.)
This edited quantity of papers from the 21st foreign convention on Chemical schooling attests to our speedily altering knowing of the chemistry itself in addition to to the doubtless huge, immense fabric alterations in the way it could be taught sooner or later. overlaying the whole diversity of applicable themes, the booklet beneficial properties paintings exploring subject matters as a number of as e-learning and options in guideline, and micro-scale lab chemistry. In sum, the 29 articles released in those pages concentration the reader’s cognizance on how you can elevate the standard of chemistry instructing and studying, selling the general public figuring out of chemistry, deploying cutting edge know-how in pedagogy perform and learn, and the worth of chemistry as a device for highlighting sustainability concerns within the worldwide community.
Thus the formidable twin target accomplished in those pages is at the one hand to foster advancements within the leaching and verbal exchange of chemistry—whether to scholars or the general public, and secondly to advertise advances in our broader knowing of the topic that would have confident knock-on results at the world’s electorate and surroundings. In doing so, the e-book addresses (as did the convention) the forget suffered within the chemistry lecture room via matters attached to globalization, while it outlines how one can convey the topic alive within the lecture room by using cutting edge technologies.
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4 Findings and Discussion Direct experience over many years confirms the expected advantages of combining the benefits of interactions and the benefits of writing. The approach: • Ensures that all students answer the given question, thus ensuring active participation by all the students (including those who are not ready for verbal interactions) and, at the same time, provides more complete feedback on difficulties and misconceptions (including a rough evaluation of their extent, based on the proportion of students providing a specific answer).