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E-Book Download Update The electronic version of the Affective Dimensions in Chemistry Education book has been downloaded 2,148 times as of June 25th, 2014. This statistics is only for e-version of the book that has been available for six months on the market.
new book chapter
This chapter explores the affective states of chemistry majors in the context of physical chemistry courses. The study is quantitative in nature and relies on RTOP and mFSMAS measures.
new journal article
This paper aims at establishing the validity and reliability evidences of STPD in Saudi Arabia context. This research was done with a contract through Exeter University, Graduate School of Education, Exeter, United Kingdom and conducted as part of the professional development for in-service science and mathematics teachers research group with support of the Excellence Research Centre Read More …
I will be presenting at the ESERA meeting this year in Helsinki. My talk is one of the four paper set in the old and new perspectives on decision making in science teaching symposium, which is kindly chaired by Jürgen Menthe from University of Hamburg.
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Disproving Beliefs about the Noble Gases Scientists had always believed that noble gases, also known as inert or rare gases, were chemically unable to react. Helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon (all gases at room temperature) were viewed as the “loners” of the Periodic Table. Their inertness became a basic tenet of chemistry, published Read More …