The working groups deal with current problems in chemistry lessons and the curricula and develop didactically and technically well-founded perspectives. Current issues are discussed and educational policy activities are stimulated and coordinated. The appropriate use of new media is encouraged, and the development of new experiments and experimental concepts is supported.
The working group own pages can be found here
The previous discussion in the working group and its precursors has led to specific recommendations and memoranda, some of which were developed and published in cooperation with other associations. Head
OStD aD Birgitta Krumm, BirgHKrumm@t-online.de
The aim of this working group is to promote and strengthen experimental teaching.
At the founding meeting, suggestions were made on the following main areas of work:
Prof. Dr. Jens Friedrich, Freiburg University of Education, email@example.com
In chemical education and also in the training of chemistry teachers, one repeatedly comes across situations in which technical terms and the symbols used are the cause of communication problems. The aim of this working group is to conduct a technical and didactic discussion of existing terminologies and symbols that can be difficult factors for understanding chemistry. In the interplay of specialists from the various fields of chemistry and chemical engineering, chemistry didactics and chemistry teachers, information and recommendations for teacher training in chemistry, the design of university textbooks and school books as well as curricula and framework specifications for chemical education are to be derived. Head:
Dr. Bernhard F. Sieve, Leibniz University Hannover, firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find the working group own pages at www.gdch.de/dice
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