Theory and Practice of Science Education H. Noth Introductory |
Remarks: A. Gieren, discussion leader
H. Heikkinen, "The ChemCom Curriculum."
N. Ben-Zvi, "Integrated-Media Approach in Science Education."
B. Pederson, "The Present and Possible Future Impact of New
Technology on Chemistry Education."
H. Schmidkunz, discussion leader
M. Vrtacnik and S. A. Bonnstetter, "Science Education Reform: The
Changing Role of the Teacher."
The Visualization of Molecules and Atoms: W. G. Pohl, discussion
G. Binning, "Atomic Force Microscopy."
R. Huber, "Protein Crystallography at the Interface of Chemistry,
Physics and Biology."
U. B. Sleytr, "Molecular Nanotechnology with 2D-Protein Crystals."
Didactic Bearing of Graphic Quality in Basic and Applied Research: L. A.
Oro, discussion leader
W. Kratschmer, "Fullerence Science and Astrophysics: A Fruitful
E. Schwickert, "The Art of Scienctific Illustration", "The Story of an
Computer-Aided Science Teaching: J. P. Fackler Jun., discussion leader
N. Muller, "The Application of Molecular Graphics in Undergraduate
A. Olson, "The Molecular Graphics Laboratory."
H. G. von Schnering, "Molecular Modeling."
Science and the Audiovisual Media: A Payrleitner, discussion leader
A. Vendl, "Teaching and Learning through Scienctific Talk Shows."
H. Pietschmann, "Is Knowledge or Method the Goal of Scientific
Writing in Science: W. Gopfert, discussion leader
P. W. Atkins, "The Electronic Book Versus the Printed Book in Science."
E. P. Fischer, "Public Understanding of Science."
Museums and Industry as Places of Scientific Education: H.
Fehlhammer, discussion leader
J. Teichmann, "Interactive Media and Demonstrations in the New
Exhibition Astronomy-Astrophysics of the German Museum, Munich."
J. de Rosnay, "Teaching and Learning through Interactive Media
Exhibitions at La Cite' des Sciences et de La Villette, Paris."
Innovative Teaching Approaches: H. Stork, discussion leader
G. Muller, "The Aquarius Museum, Muhlheim/Ruhr."
R. S. Lamba, "Low Cost Equipment for Developing Countries."
Z. Lerman, "From Ozone to Oil Spills: Incorporating Student's Majors,
interests and Talent into the Curriculum."