Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/481
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1994
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Teaching and Learning, 14(2),96-102
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With increased concern about the problems of environmental pollution as well as rising laboratory costs, the strategy in teaching/
learning chemistry through laboratory work requires certain modifications. Complete removal of laboratory work is not practical,
because laboratory work will help students build up their process skills and experience, as well as appreciate real life in chemistry. Suggestions for replacing laboratory programs with videotapes,
computer simulations or demonstrations, are useful but address only part of the problem. So as not to sacrifice valuable laboratory learning experience in chemistry, and at the same time, maintain the importance of laboratory investigations for the learning of chemistry, what modifications can be made?
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0129-7112
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