Chemical Experiments During Distance Education

Alena Bučková, Miroslav Prokša


volume: 31
year: 2022
issue: 2
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online publishing date: 23/8/2022
DOI: 10.14712/25337556.2022.2.3
ISSN (Online): 2533-7556

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Can chemical experiments also motivate students during distance learning if experiments that students are able to perform at home are selected? This paper presents the results of a research survey concerning the attitudes of 2nd-year grammar school students to home chemical experiments performed during distance learning. The paper also includes instructions for specific validated experiments, applicable in the home environment.


chemical experiments, student experiments, IBSE, distance education

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