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-the knowledge of the basis of chemistry and of the specific chimical language
-the application of the scientific method to the field of chemistry to explain "why" and "how" the daily life appears
-the development of a "molecular" approach of the world as a prerequisite to know the sorrounding space
-the use of multidisciplinary topics (energy, light, matter, water, life, environment, food, poison, pollution) to build specific didactic courses within the chemical sciences
-the set up of simple experimental works to be made in classroom, laboratory, outside
-measure and chemical quantities
-atom, molecule, element, compound, periodic table
-strong and weak bonds
-carbon and life
-air, water, earth
-chemical reactions and the human body
-main features of metabilism, food and nutrition
-chimistry: good or devil?
|Peter Atkins||Che cos'è la chimica?||Zanichelli||2015|
|R. Carpignano, G. Cerrato, D. Lanfranco, T. Pera||La Chimica Maestra||Il Baobab, l’albero della ricerca||2013||978-88-905024-6-0|
|Laura Cipolla||Metodi e strumenti per l'insegnamento e l'apprendimento della chimica||EdiSES||2014|
Final verification by oral examination of the level of knowledge and in-depth analysis of the topics covered during the course.
The exam foresees that the student shall prepare a deep oral presentation regarding one of the topic (free choice) of the course. The student must demonstrate that she/he has learned the basic concepts of inorganic and organic chemistry and that she/he has learned and understood methods and tools for teaching chemistry with particular attention to primary school children.
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