ISSN 1344-7963

The Chemical Education Journal (CEJ), Vol. 10, No. 2 (Serial No. 19). The date of issue: October 31, 2008.


  1. [Foreword] Editor's Note
  2. [Graphic Page] Scenes from the 12th ACC symposium ICE

Special Issue featuring the 12th ACC Symposium "Innovation in Chemical Education"

  1. [Teacher Education] Impact of Green Chemistry Experiments on Pre-Service Teachers' Environmental Values by Mageswary Karpudewan, Zurida Hj Ismail*, and Norita Mohamed (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  2. [Teaching Materials] Website Materials to Learn Substances and Environment, Developed from Airborne Particle Observation by Setsuko Sato, Nobu Sugiura (Gifu University, Japan)
  3. [Teaching & Learning Chemistry] Creating a Best Practice of Thoughtful Classroom - The Story of A Chemistry Master Teacher by Ng Soo Boon (Ministry of Education, Malaysia)
  4. [ICT teaching materials] Using Visual Basic Applications as a Teaching Aid in Chemistry by Borhannuddin Arifin (University Technology Mara, Malaysia)
  5. [Microscale Teaching Materials] Development of microscale chemistry experimentation for secondary school students in Malaysia (Form Five) by Mashita Abdullah, Norita Mohamed and Zurida Ismail (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  6. [Teaching and Learning Chemistry] Should we just teach chemistry to our chemists? by Patrick D. Bailey (University of Keele, United Kingdom)
  7. [Chemical Education] Making Career Innovative in Chemistry: A Malaysian Perspective on Graduate Employability by Ai-Hwa Quek (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
  8. [Microscale Teaching Materials] Attract Students' Interest to Chemistry through Microscale Experiments by Kazuko Ogino (Tohoku University, Japan)
  9. [Teaching and Learning Chemistry] Project-based Learning In Malaysian Schools by Mei Leng Lee (Malaysia)


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