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Tepla, Alexandra
Maulide, Nuno
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Heinzle, Gerda
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spelling Lembens, Anja Heinzle, Gerda Tepla, Alexandra Maulide, Nuno Preinfalk, Alexander Kaiser, Daniel Spitzer, Philipp 2569-3263 Walter de Gruyter GmbH Education Chemistry (miscellaneous) http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/cti-2021-0025 <jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> <jats:p>Currently, the world is facing climate change, environmental burden, and health aspects caused, among others, by chemical substances spread by humans. In order to preserve or even improve the Earth’s habitat for future generations, the development and use of sustainable technologies are necessary. Additionally, every individual must have knowledge and skills to be able to act in an informed sustainable and responsible way. Neither of these can be achieved without science education that provides appropriate learning opportunities. This paper gives insight into the project SpottingScience whose digital learning environments focus on green chemistry. The learning environments are accessible via QR-Codes in public space at the Campus of the University of Vienna. One can follow the content presented via texts and graphics in a linear way or use provided links to get further information. SpottingScience offers the opportunity for passers-by and secondary school students to get a general idea of green chemistry and its significance for everyday life. We use menthol, a well-known ingredient in several everyday products, as an example to unfold chemical backgrounds, to highlight the necessity to create new and environment-friendly production processes, and to provide an impetus to reflect on one’s own actions while using everyday products.</jats:p> SpottingScience – a digital learning environment to introduce Green Chemistry to secondary students and the public Chemistry Teacher International
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