The Chemical Education Journal (CEJ), Vol. 15, No. 2 (Serial No. 29). The date of issue: April 27, 2014, Provisional release: February 21, 2014.
Asian Edition in English
Special Issue featuring the 5th Conference of the Network
of Interasian Chemistry Educators (NICE)
- [Foreword by the Organizer] Foreword for the Special Issue featuring the
5th Conference of the Network of Inter-Asian Chemistry Educators
(NICE), by Shyan-Jer Lee (National Pingtung University of
Education, Pingtung, Taiwan)
- [Prenary Lecture] Opportunities for Innovation
in Chemical Education, by Sunney I. Chan (1California
Institute of Technology, USA, 2Academia Sinica, 3National
Pingtung University of Education, 4National Taiwan
University, Taiwan) (pdf, 1.6 MB / html).
- [Literacy in Chemistry] Keywords-based Recommendation System:
A Case Study of Civic Chemical Literacy, by Pei-Jung Lin1,
Chin-Cheng Chou2 (1Hungkuang University,
Taiwan, 2National Taipei University of Education,
Taiwan) (pdf, 440 KB / html).
- [Microscale Chemistry] Microscale Synthesis and Characterization
of Gold Nanoparticles for the Laboratory Instruction, by Shui-Ping
Yang (National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan) (pdf, 1.1 MB /
- [Teaching Strategy in College Chemistry] Strategic Applications
of Dynamic Reaction Figures to Redox Chemistry for Improving
Students' Skills in Problem-Solving, by King-Dow Su (De Lin Institute
of Technology, Taiwan) (pdf, 220 KB / html).
- [International Comparison of High School Textbooks] Comparison
and Analysis to Labwork of Chemistry Textbooks of High School
between Beijing and Taiwan from the Perspective of Science Literacy
by Ying Peng1, Chin-Cheng Chou2, Su-Jing
Dong1 (1Capital Normal University, China,
2National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan)
2.1 MB / html).
- [Teacher Educaton and Training] Teacher Education in Japan
through Training Program with Experiment Study, by Haruo Ogawa1,
Hiroki Fujii2, Akira Ikuo1 (1Tokyo
Gakugei University, 2Okayama University, Japan) (pdf, 1.8
MB / html).
- [University students' learing physics as a literacy for chemistry]
Learning Difference on Physical Science Concepts between High
and Low Achievement Groups at Junior College Chemistry Course,
by Kai-Ping, Wang (Hsin Sheng Junior College of Medical Care
and Management, Taiwan) (pdf, 300 KB / html).
- [Web-based material with snow and ice for primary
and secondary students] Web-based teaching material connecting
science and environmental education in primary school and junior
high school, Part II. Microscopic demonstration of snow-like
ice-crystal growing and reconstruction of website, by Setsuko
Sato1 and Kotaro Asano2 (1Gifu
University, 2Aichi Institute of Technology Meiden
High School, Japan) (pdf, 1.4 MB / html).
- [Quantum chemical calculation based matrial for college/university
students] An Approach to the Electronic Textbook of Basic Chemistry
Linking Chemical Experiments, by Akira Ikuo, Yusuke Yoshinaga,
and Haruo Ogawa (Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan)
1.1 MB / html).
- [Solubility and temperature for primary and secondary students]
Investigating the Relationship between Temperature and Crystal
Growth of Storm Glass, by Jing-Ping Jong, Ping-Huan Hsieh, and
Jian-Zhang Pan (New Taipei Municipal Jinhe High School, Taiwan)
(pdf, 2.0 MB /
- [Practice on materials science in elementrary schools and
for public] When egg meets cornstarch aqueous solution: ooblecks
demonstrate thixotropic properties, by Chiung-Lan Wang (The Chemical
Educational Resource Center (CERC) of Taiwan) (
pdf, 0.5 MB /
- [Material for university physical chemistry practice] A basic
experiment program of physical chemistry utilizing PC - Determination
of heat of dissolution of NaCl - , by Akira Ikuo, Yusuke Yoshinaga,
and Haruo Ogawa (Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan) (
pdf, 12 MB /
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