The Journal Educacin Qumica - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – The Journal Educacin Qumica PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 9f978-NTVkZ



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

The Journal Educacin Qumica

Description:

The Journal 'Educaci n Qu mica' Impact of the journal 'Educaci n Qu mica' on ... On purpose of the 15th anniversary of 'Educaci n Qu mica' we opened a special ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:1840
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 20
Provided by: andonigar
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: The Journal Educacin Qumica


1
The Journal Educación Química
  • Impact of the journal Educación Química on
    Ibero-america An international multilanguage
    journal and its importance in updating chemistry
    teaching.

2
XIX Biennial Conference on Chemical Education
  • Symposium Chemistry Across Borders
  • Andoni Garritz
  • UNAM, Mexico

3
When Educación Química was born?
  • Between 1966 and 1974 there exist a Journal
  • Revista Iberoamericana de Educación Química
  • In the nineties Educación Química was born
  • in Mexico city
  • March 1988. Development of the project
  • July 1989. Issue of presentation
  • January 1990. Volume 1, number 1

4
Objective of Educación Química
  • To fulfill in Iberoamerica the huge gap of
    communication that exists between teachers,
    students and chemistry professionals concerned
    about education.

5
Needs to cover (1989)
  • 1) To update teachers, professionals and students
  • 2) To explore didactics of hard-to-teach topics
  • 3) To increase communication on chemistry
  • 4) To promote the use of history to teach
    chemistry
  • 5) To exchange exams and criteria for the
    assessment of chemistry learning

6
Needs to cover (1989)
  • 6) To promote experimental science and technology
    teaching
  • 7) To exchange experiences on educational
    research, curriculum design and assessment
  • 8) To increase the contact and communication
    between the diverse educational levels
  • 9) To debate the great problems of education
  • 10) To promote the participation of chemistry
    students on the elaboration of the Journal

7
Policies
  • Plurality
  • Four languages (Spanish, English, French and
    Portuguese)
  • Zero subvention, that is, to survive with the
    readers subscription fees
  • To minimize the translation of papers published
    elsewhere and maximize original papers
  • At least two referees to judge each paper
  • Mexican Editorial Council (1988)
  • International Editorial Council (1994)

8
International Editorial Council
  • Manuel Martínez (Chile)
  • Lourdes Zumalacárregui (Cuba)
  • Cecilia Díaz (Panamá)
  • Lueny Morell (Puerto Rico)
  • Gabriel A. Infante (P. Rico)
  • Santiago de Vicente (Spain)
  • Manuel Fernández (Spain)
  • Vicente Talanquer (U.S.A.)
  • Luis Cortés (Venezuela)
  • José M. Abraham (Argentina)
  • Marta Bulwik (Argentina)
  • Gabriela de Lorenzo (Argentina)
  • José Claudio del Pino (Brasil)
  • Reg Friesen (Canada)
  • Mónica Zolezzi (Canada)
  • Teresa Reguero (Colombia)
  • Patricia Acuña (Chile)
  • Guido Canessa (Chile)
  • Marcela Arellano (Chile)

9
Sections of the Journal
  • Alternative conceptions and conceptual change
  • Books mistakes
  • Chemotrivia rejecta
  • Chemistry and everyday life
  • Compuchemistry
  • Crib (ACORDEÓN)
  • Curriculum
  • Debate
  • Demonstrations
  • Ecochemistry
  • Editorial
  • Educational evaluation
  • Educational research
  • Exam questions
  • Fresh news
  • Hard bones to teach

10
More Sections
  • How to experiment, construct, model, analyze
  • Interface (In between school and work)
  • Reviews
  • Science for children
  • Science-Technology-Society
  • Teachers update
  • To know, to experiment and to simulate
  • To take the dust away
  • Web

11
Recent published papers in English
  • On purpose of the 15th anniversary of Educación
    Química we opened a special section in which we
    published
  • Bredas, J. L., Beljonne, D., Coropceanu, V. y
    Cornil, J. (Georgia Institute of Technology,
    USA), Electro-active ?-Conjugated Oligomers and
    Polymers A Molecular Picture of Charge Transfer
    Processes, Educ. Quím., 15 4, 388-397, 2004.
  • Felder, R. M. (North Carolina State University,
    U.S.A.), Teaching engineering at a research
    university problems and possibilities, Educ.
    Quím., 151, 40-42, 2004.
  • Kelter, P. (Univ. de Illinois at
    Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.), Assessment in
    Academia the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Educ.
    Quím., 152, 113-119, 2004.

12
Recent published papers in English
  • Wisniak, J. (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev,
    Israel), Francois Auguste Victor Grignard, Educ.
    Quím., 154, 425-431, 2004.
  • Aikenhead, G.S. (University of Saskatchewan,
    Canada), Research Into STS Science Education,
    Educ. Quím., 163, 384-397, 2005.
  • Bodner, G.M. y Bhattacharyya, G., (Purdue
    University, USA) A cultural approach to problem
    solving, Educ. Quím., 162, 222-229, 2005.
  • Chan, W. H. y Kee, W. K. (Hong Kong Baptist
    Universi-ty, Hong Kong), Demonstration of
    environmental che-mistry with microscale
    chemistry and a low-cost four-LED based
    photometer. Educ. Quím., 164, 510-513, 2005.
  • Hodson, D. (University of Toronto, Canada),
    Teaching and Learning Chemistry in the
    Laboratory A Critical Look at the Research,
    Educ. Quím., 161, 30-38, 2005.

13
Recent published papers in English
  • Livneh, M. (Bar Ilan University, Israel),
    Experiments in Dyes and Dyeing. Means to better
    understand the nature of intermolecular forces,
    Educ. Quím., 164, 534-539, 2005.
  • Mattson, B. (Creighton University, USA),
    Microscale Gas Chemistry, Educ. Quím., 164,
    514-528, 2005.
  • Tausch, M. W. (Bergische Universität Wuppertal,
    Germany), Teaching Photochemistry with Microscale
    Experiments. A Contribution for the Ongoing
    Curriculum Modernisation, Educ. Quím., 164,
    529-533, 2005.
  • Gruvberg, C. (Gothenburg University, Sweden),
    Chemistry Made Accessible for Children, Educ.
    Quím., 172, 114-116, 2006.

14
Recent published papers in Portuguese
  • Borges, M. N., Ribeiro, C. M. y de Souza, N. A.
    (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brasil),
    Valorização do monitor versus diminuição da
    evasão na monitoria, Educ. Quím. 164, 586-592,
    2005.
  • Lopes, C.V., Del Pino, J.C. Souza, D.O. y
    Ghilardi, V.G. (Universidade Federal do Río
    Grande do Sul, Brasil), Ciências naturais e
    química o que pensa o professorado, Educ. Quím.
    171, 67-76, 2006.
  • Wartha, E.J. y Faljoni-Alário, A. (Universidade
    de Sao Paulo, Brasil), El concepto de
    contextualiza-ción presente en los libros
    didácticos de química brasileños, 16x, 151-158,
    2005.

15
Foreign authors 1990-2005 259
16
International papers per year
17
A previous frontispiece
18
Our last frontispieces
19
Welcome, Chemistry Educators from the World
  • As Visitors to our Electronic Page
  • http//www.fquim.unam.mx/sitio/edquim/index.html
  • As Journal Promoters
  • As Articles Authors
  • As Referees
  • As Members of the International Editorial
    Committee
  • at least, as Subscribers
About PowerShow.com