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Innovative Approaches to Teaching Chemistry at the University Level - A Project of ECTN 4; The need to innovate chemistry teaching at the university level: A pedagogical justification; Teaching about the unique empirical and model-based nature of chemistry; Problem- and context-based approaches to promoting learning; Research-based teaching; Innovations in practical work; Cooperative learning and peer-tutoring; Online support and online assessment of lectures and lab-work; From multimedia and visualization towards a grid implementation of teaching and learning activities; Chemistry learning beyond the lecture hall; Assessment ; Training programs for newly appointed chemistry teaching staff
Prof. Dr. Ingo Eilks is Professor in Chemistry Education at the University of Bremen. He has extensive experience in curriculum development and science education research and has over 240 published articles. He is working group leader in ECTN-4 (European Chemistry Thematic Network) in a project concerning innovative methods in university chemistry education. Dr. Bill Byers is Senior Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Ulster, with 37 years university teaching experience, who has contributed to a wide range of educational development programmes and international conferences on Chemical Education. He was the 2002 recipient of the RSC Silver Medal and Tertiary Education Award and is particularly interested in promoting more active and independent approaches to learning.