@IwonaMaciejowska

Dr. Iwona Maciejowska

Expertise in science education, chemistry education, academic staff development

About Iwona Maciejowska

 Affiliation: Jagiellonian University, Department of Chemistry Education, Kraków, Poland

Iwona Maciejowska Ph.D. works in the Departament of Chemical Education at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków (Poland), teaching students of chemistry and environmental sciences, advising them in choosing career pathway and also supporting the development of school and university teaching staff. 

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Educational materials for teachers and academic teaching staff

  • Krzeczkowska M., Maciejowska I., Do we really equip our students with inquiry skills? [in:] Human Factors of a Global Society. A system of sytems perspectives, Tadeusz Marek, Waldemar Karwowski, Marek Frankowicz, Jussi Kantola, Pavel Zgaga (Eds.), CRC Press, (2014).
  • Maciejowska I., Wietecha-Posłuszny R., Woźniakiewicz  M., Kościelniak P., Application Of Case Study And Role-Playing  In Forensic Chemistry And Analytical Chemistry Education. Students’, Graduates’ And Teachers’ Point Of View, [in:] Active learning and Understanding in the Chemistry Classroom, Devetak, I., Glazar, S. (Eds.), Springer, (2014), 287-304.
  • Kolasa A., Maciejowska I., Dissemination of achievements in chemical education (research) via EU projects [in:] Chemistry Education and Sustainability in the Global Age, Mei-Hung Chiu, Hsiao-Lin Tuan, Hsin-Kai Wu, Jing-Wen Lin, Chin-Chemg Chou (Eds.), Springer, (2013), 3-14.
  • Brindell M., Jańczyk A., Maciejowska I., Reflective diary in Polish context. Does it works? , [in:] Research in Didactics of the Science, Monograph edited by Małgorzata Nodzyńska, Jan Rajmund Paśko, Pedagogical University of Krakow, Krakow (2010), 57-60.
  • Yates P., I. Maciejowska, Training Programmes for Newly Appointed University Chemistry Teaching Staff, Eilks, Ingo; Byers, Bill (Eds.): Innovative Methods of Teaching and Learning Chemistry in Higher Education, London: RSC Publishing (2009), 229-256


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