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Educational Methods and Teaching Materials Used in Chemistry Teaching in Polish Schools

Dr Monika Smaga

Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki i Umiejętności
Łódź, Poland

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Contemporary schooling in Poland faces many obstacles with regards to teaching scientific subjects. Teachers have to be flexible in applying different methods and techniques in order to make students interested in learning and exploring technical issues. The author presents different ways and latest trends in Polish school in teaching chemistry. Starting from brief description of the educational system and how the chemistry is taught in a Polish school the author presents experiments, educational games and laboratory tasks; everything to facilitate students’ progress.

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