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 ====== Approche scientifique de l'enseignement de la chimie ====== ====== Approche scientifique de l'enseignement de la chimie ======
 Résumés de A.V.V, 2009-2010 (**articles d'intérêt didactique**) : Résumés de A.V.V, 2009-2010 (**articles d'intérêt didactique**) :
-  * A.H. Johnstone, [[http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ed074p262|Chemistry Teaching – Science or Alchemy]] **1996 Brasted Lecture**, Journal of Chemical Education, 1997, 74, 262-268.+  * A.H. Johnstone, [[http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ed074p262|Chemistry Teaching – Science or Alchemy]] **1996 Brasted Lecture**, Journal of Chemical Education, 1997, 74, 262-268. DOI: 10.1021/ed074p262
   * N. Reid, [[http://pubs.rsc.org/en/Content/ArticleLanding/2008/RP/b801297k#!divAbstract|A scientific approach to the teaching of chemistry. What do we know about how students learn in the sciences, and how can we make our teaching match this to maximize performances?]], Chemical Education Research and Practice, 2008, 9, 51-59.    * N. Reid, [[http://pubs.rsc.org/en/Content/ArticleLanding/2008/RP/b801297k#!divAbstract|A scientific approach to the teaching of chemistry. What do we know about how students learn in the sciences, and how can we make our teaching match this to maximize performances?]], Chemical Education Research and Practice, 2008, 9, 51-59. 
  
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 ===== Bibliographie ===== ===== Bibliographie =====
 Ce travail est basé sur ces deux publications, mais il y en a de nombreuses autres sur le sujet. Ce travail est basé sur ces deux publications, mais il y en a de nombreuses autres sur le sujet.
-  * A.H. Johnstone, “Chemistry Teaching – Science or Alchemy”, Journal of Chemical Education, 1997, 74, +  * A.H. Johnstone, “Chemistry Teaching – Science or Alchemy”, Journal of Chemical Education, 1997, 74, 262-268. 
-262-268. +  * N. Reid, “A scientific approach to the teaching of chemistry. What do we know about how students learn in the sciences, and how can we make our teaching match this to maximize performances?”, Chemical Education Research and Practice, 2008, 9, 51-59 
-  * N. Reid, “A scientific approach to the teaching of chemistry. What do we know about how students + 
-learn in the sciences, and how can we make our teaching match this to maximize performances?”, +===== 10 Educational Commandments ===== 
-Chemical Education Research and Practice, 2008, 9, 51-59+  * What you learn is controled by what you already know and understand 
 +  * How you learn is controled by how you have learned sucessfully in the past 
 +  * If learning is to be meaningful it has to link on to existing knowledge and skills enriching and extending both 
 +  * The amount of material to be processed in unit time is limited 
 +  * Feedback and reassurance are necessary for comfortable learning, and assessment should be humane 
 +  * Cognizance should be taken of learning styles and motivation 
 +  * Students should consolidate their learning by asking themselves about what is going on in their own heads 
 +  * There should be room for problem solving in its fullest sense to exercise and strengthen linkages 
 +  * There should be room to create, defend, try out, and hypothesize 
 +  * There should be opportunity given to teach (you don’t really learn till you teach)
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