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Successful Experiences in Chemistry Teaching in Bulgaria: Role of Interactive Teaching Materials in Teaching/Learning Process

Milena Koleva

Technical University of Gabrovo
Gabrovo, Bulgaria

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The paper presents successful experience and good pedagogic practices in teaching chemistry at Bulgarian secondary schools in the context of the European educational policy for development of key competences for the young people. Basic strategies, approaches, new teaching methods and technologies as problem-based approach, experimental work, project-based activities and other are discussed as effective way to improve the students’ scientific literacy and their motivation to study chemistry. Good practices in Implementation of information and communication technologies in educational process using multimedia presentation, videolessons, and interactive materials are described. The paper pays special attention to the role of Chemistry is all around Network Project, including networking activity and testing of interactive teaching resources, in sharing of successful experience and practice in Chemistry teaching at school.

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National Reports on successful experiences to promote lifelong learning for chemistry The national reports on chemistry successful experiences to promote lifelong learning for chemistry are now available on the related section of the project portal. The reports presents examples of successful experiences in the partner countries and the results of testing of ICT resources with science teachers.