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Advances in Chemistry Education Research

Books in this series review developments in areas of international chemistry education or report on a single educational context where the work has clear international significance, examine formal education, informal education, teacher education/development or public understanding of chemistry, and explore innovations in chemical education practice where suitable evidence of research-based evaluation is included. Topics covered include:

  • approaches to teaching chemistry and chemistry topics
  • the use of technology in chemistry teaching and learning
  • assessment of learning in chemistry education
  • chemistry in the curriculum
  • chemistry teacher preparation and development
  • initiatives to improve public understanding of chemistry
  • and developments in research methodology as applied in chemistry education.

The series provides researchers and postgraduates with volumes of high quality and significance in the field of chemistry education research.

Series DOI: 10.1039/2056-9343; Print ISSN: 2056-9335; Electronic ISSN: 2056-9343

Keith S Taber; University of Cambridge, UK

Series Editors
Avi Hofstein; The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Vicente Talanquer; University of Arizona, USA
David Treagust; Curtin University, Australia

Series Advisers
Mei-Hung Chiu; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Rosaria da Silva Justi; Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Onno De Jong; Utrecht University, Netherlands
Ingo Eilks; University of Bremen, Germany
Murat Kahveci; Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey
Vanessa Kind; Durham University, UK
Stacey Lowery Bretz; Miami University, USA
Hannah Sevian; University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Daniel Tan; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Marcy Towns; Purdue University, USA
Georgios Tsaparlis; University of Ioannina, Greece
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