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Vol. 25 No. 3
May - June 2003

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Encouraging Independent Chemistry Learning Through Multimedia Design Experiences

Olga Agapova, Loretta Jones, Alex Ushakov, Ann Ratcliffe, Mary Ann Varanka Martin
Chemical Education International,
Vol. 3, AN-8, November 2002

A new approach to teaching secondary school chemistry through design activities in a technology-based and inquiry-oriented learning environment was developed and tested with secondary school students in the United States. In this article, the materials and their effects on the interactions between teachers and students are described, along with the adjustments required as teachers become facilitators and students become independent learners.

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