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化学教育专业

院系介绍

近年来, 人们越来越关注关于代替资源、环境污染及生命延长等的问题,开发相关新物质。为培养适应时代趋势的科学人才,本系是以教授基础科学和基础化学,培养能传授所学知识的中等教师为目标。
院系特征 :除具备作为教师应有的丰富教养与教育技巧外,对于贯穿一般化学、物理化学、有机化学、无机化学、分析化学等各领域知识,通过使用IR, UV, AA, CV等实验实习器材进行实习教育。另外还通过和教师一起上课实习,指导并传授学生作为预备教师应具备的经验和知识、上课能力等职业素养。

联络处

Department of Chemistry Education Kongju National University 182 Singwan-dong, Gongju 314-701, Korea
  • 电话: +82-41-850-8280
  • 传真: +82-41-850-8347
  • E-mail: hak124@kongju.ac.kr
  • 网址: http://chemed.kongju.ac.kr/ (in Korean)
教授介绍

金在炫
Professor
Physical Chemistry, Chemical Themodynamics
+82-41-850-8281
kjaehyun@kongju.ac.kr
洪春杓
Professor
Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry
+82-41-850-8282
cphong@kongju.ac.kr
柳海日
Professor
Organic Chemistry, Education for the gifted children
+82-41-850-8283
hryu@kongju.ac.kr
崔琪泳
Professor
Inorganic Chemistry, Complex Chemistry
+82-41-850-8284
kychoi@kongju.ac.kr
張洛漢
Associate Professor
Science Education, Physical Chemistry
+82-41-850-8279
nhjang@kongju.ac.kr
Yoon, Se Joong
Professor Emeritus
Organic Chemistry
+82-41-850-8280
yunsejoong@yahoo.co.kr


教科课程

Spring Semester

Chemistry and Experiment Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Students learn to understand the basic principles and concepts of chemistry in daily life, the chemical knowledge and the ability to learn to take advantage of experiments.
Physical Chemistry and Experiment Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Acquire the basic knowledge of physical chemistry and to increase understanding about the chemical qualities as a teacher of chemistry to develop.
Inorganic Chemistry and Experiment I (3 Credits)
Materials and understand the structure of atoms and chemical bonds and the acid, the base for chemical studies.
Teaching methods of chemical education (3 Credits)
3 of the students, met as high school teachers should have the right science and society can act as an excellent teacher, the purpose is to improve the quality.
Mathematics for chemistry (3 Credits)
Chemicals are essential to learning and research materials to develop basic math skills.
History of chemistry (3 Credits)
Process chemistry and the development of ancient civilization, based on pipe materials, the material in the human drive to form a tube, and at the same time to take the experience of medieval philosophy, specifically the pursuit of civilization and to develop the chemistry that is fundamentally based on actual historical fact, or read from evidence from those eras. In addition, the development of modern chemical processes within each major area contains examples of specific chemical experiments incorporating the development of this civilization. To understand such development is a goal of the curriculum.
Organic Chemistry and Experiment Ⅱ (3 Credits)
The formation of organic chemistry, structures and combinations, based on the fundamental concepts for practical organic synthetic reactions and experiments, for example aliphatic compounds and a variety of aromatic compounds, are core functions which student groups read, analyze and interpret. This lets us understand the spectral history of materials. Through practical exercises students can experiment, and interpret the results of their synthetic and experimental experience, so as to add to the cultivation of our body of research.
Laboratory Operation of Chemistry (3 Credits)
Through the usage of equipment for chemical experiments in the laboratory students become acquainted with the manual safety necessary in such an environment. This fosters a more proficient ability to experiment.
Seminar in Chemistry Education (3 Credits)
Based on chemical education and to gain broad knowledge, this module allows you to utilize an actual class. Thus, students who have successfully completed this module can act as excellent middle school teachers as they both the correct qualities and the correct scientific education.
Chemical Thermodynamics (3 Credits)
Students study the field of physical chemistry and the thermodynamics of chemical contents to deepen their level of knowledge within their major.
Evaluation in Chemical Education (3 Credits)
School students are taught how practical on-the-scene assessment are to be made, how to know what to do, and how to evaluate and understand their types and characteristics. More information on the assessment tools to create and evaluate such opportunities will be announced later.
Research in Chemistry Teaching Materials and Teaching Methods of Experiments (3 Credits)
This research is conducted through chemical analysis of materials, plus use of textbooks to learn the purpose and format of the required exercises. Professors use various teaching methods to enable students how to learn.
Analytical Chemistry and Experiment Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Chemical analysis of the basic theory and practice through practical experiment, the students in studying the principles and applications for chemical analysis understand the core goals of this discipline.
Coordination Chemistry (3 Credits)
The goal is to help students understand synthetic compounds, the combination of complexes, at the level of decomposition, and learn about the major principles and applications.
Instrumental Analysis (3 Credits)
Students learn the uses of light and electrical energy, and the theory of their analysis. They also learn how to use the equipment and devices used for measuring and understanding the paths of these mechanisms, and the analysis of chemicals which can lead to practical experience from an educational focus.
Quantum chemistry (3 Credits)
For atomic and molecular theory, quantum mechanics is studied by learning to understand the principles of material configuration
Logic and Essays of Science (2 Credits)
Understanding the science of nature and science, philosophy of science and scientists through the development process, through accident, and scientific research that has been performed is undertaken by the students, Inherent in this process is the understanding of scientific logic. In addition, the nature of science, science and the scientific research process, plus scientific issues related to the logical expression of one's opinion are studied. The purpose is to cultivate the ability to argue.

Fall Semester

Chemistry and Experiment Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Various aspects of the basics of chemistry essential to the major are cultivated and developed.
Organic Chemistry and Experiment Ⅰ (3 Credits)
In this lecture, on the basic theory and characteristics of materials, based on the configuration and characteristics of various substances and their structure and properties students will learn about the chemical diversity. Its existence around us is based on structural analysis of quality and variety of organic reaction mechanisms responsible for specificity and synthetic composite materials. This is a key goal for the learners.
Analytical Chemistry and Experiment Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Chemical analysis of the basic theory and practice through practical experiment, the goal is for students to begin to understand the principles and applications for chemical analysis.
Educational Theory of Chemistry (3 Credits)
This module is designed to test 3 grade students. The 7 education courses and courses based on the curriculum objectives and content of the chemistry curriculum, and the analysis of the appropriate learning-know-how, teach students how to organize and build a meaningful evaluation questionnaire. There is an actual class on the writing involved in the Professor - learning process. Thus, by the time students become secondary school teachers they will have met the required standards and qualifications necessary to be as an excellent teacher.
Special lecture on Chemical Education (3 Credits)
This lecture is designed to test students in grade two. It helps them to understand the process of training courses and curriculum and pedagogical curriculum development. Thus, by the time students become secondary school teachers they will have met the required standards and qualifications necessary to be as an excellent teacher.
Physical Chemistry and Experiment Ⅱ (3 Credits)
A deepened study of the spectroscopy of the field of physical chemistry, and reaction kinetics is undertaken.
Chemical Education and Computers (3 Credits)
Chemical education and program development in computer operation to learn the basic knowledge of their techniques is taught to students through direct exercises.
Chemical Equilibrium (3 Credits)
The principles of the formation of complex theory of molecular structure from atomic structures to co-ordination compounds, chemical reactions, and three-dimensional depth is discussed. This includes discussion of the complex MO valency theory, and theory and comparison to static electricity.
Inorganic Chemistry and Experiment Ⅱ (3 Credits)
The study of inorganic chemical compounds contained in high school textbooks, on the basis of the combination of Physical Chemistry, Structure, and Reactivity is provided in order to better map out and understand these chemical elements.
Environmental Chemistry (3 Credits)
In this lecture, such areas as chemistry and environmental chemistry and environmental engineering and related fields are discussed. Their broadly based theory and application addresses environmental issues raised in all matters where the source of the problem to be resolved based on theory and technology environment is studied. Air purification, water purification, air, water, soil ecology and the environment, in addition to the energy crisis, and other such learning enriches the scope of the curriculum to produce graduates of the highest caliber.
Biochemistry and Experiment (3 Credits)
The field of biochemistry is designed to provide further major study.
Polymer Chemistry (3 Credits)
Polymer chemistry is directly related to learning and life so the subject is essential. As high school chemistry courses are related to the structure of polymers, polymer properties, polymer polymerization methods and chemical characteristics of polymer materials and compounds it is important for our students to read and understand the new curriculum's goal as regards polymer chemistry
Theory of Chemical bonding (3 Credits)
Atoms and ions combine to define three basic types of chemical bonds, and to show metal combination, combined and shared ions, and other properties associated with such combinations. Action between molecules to explain the combination of biography itself combines the attributes of energy, combining the length and review about the ion radius, useful for the task as opposed to three-dimensional structures. VBT and MO theory, the continuous electronic energy levels, dealing with the orbit functions, and explain how to combine single and multi-share report deals with the atomic orbital of the hybrid concept.