The Heinz Schmidkunz Prize is awarded to personalities who have made particular contributions to research in chemistry education, the training of chemistry teachers and Chemical Education in schools. The award's namesake, Heinz Schmidkunz, set standards through his scientific research into the development of practical chemistry lessons, the implementation of school experiments according to the laws of perceptual psychology and the design of research-based teaching methods.
Professor Alfred Flint is considered one of the most active chemistry teachers in Germany. His "Chemistry for Life" project is based on structured and systematic chemical education in which everyday materials play a central role. Substances such as citric acid, pipe cleaners and oxygen bleach are used in the classroom, allowing students to relate directly to their everyday lives. This practical approach motivates the students and leads to sustainable learning.
Alfred Flint, University of Rostock
|Walter Jansen, Flensburg
|Marco Oetken, Freiburg
|Michael Tausch, Wuppertal
Prof. Dr. Insa Melle, Technical University of Dortmund (lead management)
Hours. Silvia Beckhaus, Oldenburg High School
Marco Kapitzke, JCF Berlin
Prof. Dr. Marco Oetken, PH Freiburg
dr Marco Rossow, Reppenstedt
Prof. Dr. Hans-Günther Schmalz, University of Cologne
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