Chemical Education in the Seventies

Chemical Education in the Seventies

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Chemical Education in the Seventies discusses the major innovations and programs in chemical education from various countries. The book provides a discourse regarding the aspects of chemistry curriculum of primary, secondary, and college level, which includes laboratory work, examination reforms, and training of teachers. The text also discusses information regarding interactions between chemistry and society, such as contributions made by the chemical industry for the education of students at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. The selection will appeal to a wide variety of readers, particularly to teachers of general science and chemistry in industrialized and developing countries.Projek khas (3, 4) is aimed at improving the standard of science and mathematics teaching in the primary school, especially in the ... in the form of text, kits of materials, 35 mm slides, audio-tapes, 3-dimensional models and a teachera#39;s manual have been supplied to the trial centres. ... The curriculum is based on that of the 2-year Scottish Integrated Science scheme and adapted to meet local requirements.

Title:Chemical Education in the Seventies
Author: A. Kornhauser, C. N. R. Rao, D. J. Waddington
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22

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