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Teaching Chemistry – A Studybook

A Practical Guide and Textbook for Student Teachers, Teacher Trainees and Teachers

Eilks, Ingo, Hofstein, Avi (Eds.)

2013

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This book focuses on developing and updating prospective and practicing chemistry teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge. The 11 chapters of the book discuss the most essential theories from general and science education, and in the second part of each of the chapters apply the theory to examples from the chemistry classroom. Key sentences, tasks for self-assessment, and suggestions for further reading are also included. The book is focused on many different issues a teacher of chemistry is concerned with. The chapters provide contemporary discussions of the chemistry curriculum, objectives and assessment, motivation, learning difficulties, linguistic issues, practical work, student active pedagogies, ICT, informal learning, continuous professional development, and teaching chemistry in developing environments. This book, with contributions from many of the world’s top experts in chemistry education, is a major publication offering something that has not previously been available. Within this single volume, chemistry teachers, teacher educators, and prospective teachers will find information and advice relating to key issues in teaching (such as the curriculum, assessment and so forth), but contextualised in terms of the specifics of teaching and learning of chemistry, and drawing upon the extensive research in the field. Moreover, the book is written in a scholarly style with extensive citations to the literature, thus providing an excellent starting point for teachers and research students undertaking scholarly studies in chemistry education; whilst, at the same time, offering insight and practical advice to support the planning of effective chemistry teaching. This book should be considered essential reading for those preparing for chemistry teaching, and will be an important addition to the libraries of all concerned with chemical education. Dr Keith S. Taber (University of Cambridge; Editor: Chemistry Education Research and Practice) The highly regarded collection of authors in this book fills a critical void by providing an essential resource for teachers of chemistry to enhance pedagogical content knowledge for teaching modern chemistry. Through clever orchestration of examples and theory, and with carefully framed guiding questions, the book equips teachers to act on the relevance of essential chemistry knowledge to navigate such challenges as context, motivation to learn, thinking, activity, language, assessment, and maintaining professional expertise. If you are a secondary or post-secondary teacher of chemistry, this book will quickly become a favorite well-thumbed resource! Professor Hannah Sevian (University of Massachusetts Boston)

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Keywords » chemistry teachers - pedagogical content knowledge

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Table of contents 

Introduction; 1. How to allocate the chemistry curriculum between science and society; 2. How to outline objectives for chemistry education and how to assess them; 3. How to motivate students and raise their interest in chemistry education; 4. How to balance chemistry education between observing phenomena and thinking in models; 5. How to deal with linguistic issues in chemistry classes; 6. How to learn in and from the chemistry laboratory; 7. How to organise the chemistry classroom in a student-active mode; 8. How to promote chemistry learning through the use of ICT; 9. How to benefit from the informal and interdisciplinary dimension of chemistry in teaching; 10. How to keep myself being a professional chemistry teacher; 11. How to teach science in emerging and developing environments.

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