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Laboratory Teaching Methods in Chemistry
 
Code: 63557
ECTS: 8.0
Lecturers in charge: izv. prof. dr. sc. Draginja Mrvoš-Sermek - Lectures
izv. prof. dr. sc. Nenad Judaš - Lectures
Lecturers: Marina Tašner - Methodology exercises
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Methodology exercises 120
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
COURSE CONTENT:
Introduction to school laboratory procedures (1) and (2): Storing chemicals. Preparing and storing stock-solutions. Safety and risk assesment. First-aid. Work with burners and open flame. Measuring (mass, volume, etc.). Use of various computer aids (drawing the structural diagrams and chemical apparatus, educational and scientific databases, smart-board). Preparation of teaching-materials. Inorganic and organic chemicals at home. Kitchen-chemistry. Hand-making of crystal and molecular structural models. Handling of the chemical waste.
Selected subjects: Physical and chemical properties. Separation methods. Chemical laws. Energy and chemical change. Solutions and colloid systems. Chemical kinetics. Chemical equillibria. Acid-base theories. Electrochemistry. Periodic system of elements. Properties of chemical elements. Metals and their compounds. Non-metals and their compounds. Hydrocarbons and their halogenated derivatives (obtaining and properties). Alcholos, phenols and eters. Carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Sugars. Amino acids. Proteins and enzymes. Synthetic polymers. Earth, Water and Air Pollution.
Methodology: During the course student are further developing previously acquired knowledge and skills. Each student gets (or choose) one (or several) chemical demonstrations in order to organize learner-centered and inquiry-learning based chemistry lessons. For the planned lessons student has to define the aimed teaching goals. Also, learning outcomes, skills and competences that pupils need to have acquired and developed before, in order to participate in the planned lecture, have to be defined. It is obligatory to prepare and master performance of the choosen experiments, to present them to the teacher and peers from the study-group and to present and explain the aimed teaching goals. Correspondingly, working-sheets, appropriate power-point presentation and other needed didactical materials have to be prepared, presented and explained. Teacher and the peers form the study-group asess and comment methodical and didactical characteristics of the presented lesson and given presentation.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
At the end of the course the students will be able to:
1_ Choose an experiment that is compatible with given teaching goals and organize an inquiry-learning based lesson.
2_ Anticipate the risk and safety rules that should be obeyed during the experimental procedure.
3_ Develop didactical materials for a planned chemistry lesson.
4_ Link given teaching goals with experimental observations.
5_ Re-scale given experiment and perform it with simple kit and less chemicals.
6_ Anticipate knowledge and skills that pupils need to have acquired before to participate in the planned chemistry lesson.
7_ Make a didactical and methodological review of peer's or own teaching lesson.
Literature:
  1. Grupa autora, Praktikum iz metodike nastave kemije 1 i 2 (interna skripta).
  2. 1. Niz kemijskih udžbenika, domaćih i stranih, za sve razine učenja kemije.
    2. M. Sikirica, Zbirka kemijskih pokusa za osnovnu i srednju školu, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2011.
    3. M. Sikirica, Metodika nastave kemije, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2003.
    4. Međunarodni časopisi koji se bave kemijskim obrazovanjem: Education in Chemistry,
    Journal of Chemical Education, Naturwissenschaften im Unterricht Chemie.
Prerequisit for:
Enrollment :
Attended : Teaching Methods in Chemistry 1
9. semester
Mandatory course - Mandatory studij - Biology and Chemistry Education
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