Connecting Chemical Worlds – Context-based Learning Co-developed
Keywords:Chemical education, Context-based learning, RIASECN
Chemistry as well as chemistry education often raise two different perceptions among non-experts: Chemistry (education) provides spectacular phenomena, experiments and entertainment, but is also perceived as incorporating high levels of risk and many different facts and rules. Students and teachers get more authentic insights and perceptions of the broad spectrum of science tasks, activities and people when working together, whereas scientists can better understand teachers´ and students´ perspectives with regard to content interests and learning processes at school and beyond.
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Copyright (c) 2023 Ilka Parchmann, Sandra Hansen, Paul Diemel, Timon Heyn, Antonia Grubert, Anna Vollersen
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