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Successful Experience in Chemistry Teaching in the Czech Republic

Marcela Grecová, Zdeněk Hrdlička

Institute of Chemical Technology Prague
Prague, Czech Republic

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The Czech education system has a long tradition, which is followed by changes and educational reforms. Czech society is changing and the educational system needs to respond this changes. The paper discusses innovative methods in science teaching and key competences and their development in chemistry teaching. This paper also deals with outcomes of the three/year process and it highlights the successful experience of its activities. Firstly, the project was focused on students` motivation, then on teachers training (pre-serving and lifelong learning) and the last year of the project was devoted to the examples of successful experience. Thanks to the activities a community of active science teachers who support and motivate their pupils/students to chemistry was created.

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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.