Aims and Scope
All over the world there are very few research journals which focus on the development of education in chemistry, to name few: Journal of Chemical education (ACS), CEJ (Japan), The Australian Journal of Education in Chemistry (Australia), Chemistry Education in New Zealand etc. The sheer fact that the number of chemical education journals around the world can be counted on finger tips, has prompted us to propose this journal. Chemistry is a subject which is replete with concepts and this aspect of it makes the subject difficult, for the teachers and the taught. If a teacher develops an easier method or approach to difficult concepts he/she can translate the development into an erudite chemical education article. Thus, helping the chemistry teachers, students and the chemistry audience at large. This journal can accept novel interpretations of concepts in chemistry, experiments that can be included in the University Curriculum, enrichment of chemistry subject in standard chemistry books and if at all there are any flaws in standard chemistry books, this flaw can be rectified for the improvement of chemistry etc. Further any creative or novel article which ameliorates the classroom teaching can also be included in this journal.
Subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:
- Articles that make the chemistry concepts easier (All areas of chemistry).
- Enrichment of standard chemistry texts.
- Experiment that can be included in the University Chemistry Curriculum.
- Review articles.
- Review of chemistry text books.