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Emerging Trends in Teaching of Chemistry

 
T N Ratho (Author) Ravi Prakash (Author)
Synopsis The present publication is based on current syllabus and both traditional and modern methods of the teaching of chemistry. The structural contents include; a focused comment on the science classroom and the ways of the scientists; approach to teaching the ways of the scientist; science teachers and the chemistry course contents; secondary school chemistry and school science facilities; basic philosophy of teaching chemistry; the four important units of -man and the nature of matter, the structure of matter, types of chemical change, and water, solutions and non-solutions, with reference to acids, based and slats -the metals and their compounds, carbon and its compounds, and useful non-metals. It is earnestly hoped that the present publication will be an indispensable aid to the teaching of chemistry for all teachers.
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About the authors

T N Ratho

Professor T.N. Ratho is a former Vice-Chancellor of Berhampur University and Manipur University. He holds a Ph.D. Degree in Physics from Germany. He is a widely traveled man and has been on various selection committees of Govt. of India.

Ravi Prakash

Dr. Ravi Prakash was born in May 1940, in Allahabad, where he specialized in Samskrit and Prakrit. Later he carried his research on Prakrit languages in Deccan College, Poona under the supervision of Dr. A.M. Ghatage. Now Dr. Prakash is deeply engaged in the Contrastive analysis of Hindi and Naga languages.

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Bibliographic information

Title Emerging Trends in Teaching of Chemistry
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 2nd ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173910405
length viii+340p., Tables; Figures; Notes; Index; 23cm.