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Learning about atoms, molecules, and chemical bonds: A case study of multiple-model use in grade 11 chemistry

        

Learning about atoms, molecules, and chemical bonds: A case study of multiple-model use in grade 11 chemistry

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This is the results of a study on how students process analogical models in a chemistry classroom. The article has suggestions on how to enhance student understanding of abstract concepts in chemistry.
Material Type: Case Study
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: September 22, 2008
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 05, 2012
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Send email to a.harrison@cqu.edu.au
Keywords: models, student understanding

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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5 years ago

Anil Waghe (Faculty)

I can not open it. Can you please send me a copy? I personally think chemistry is not well represented over here and more articles on chemistry should be posted here. Many teacher do not have enough chemistry background and do not feel comfortable creating new material in chemistry. They are always looking for new material in chemistry and as experts in this field we must help them out with more and more new material

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I feel the way this site is designed is preventing us to get to the material of interest. Even in you reach to the page it do not provide proper links to content. You do not see any comments here because people can not read these pages.
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