Food components and food additives: Teaching through a new approach and "green consumerism"

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Abstract

The inclusion of environmental and/or health education in the science curriculum especially chemistry has been difficult because of the more theoretical approach adopted. The situation has now changed, for instance in the new chemistry curriculum, a lot more attention has been paid to link up science and the society. This has made the insertion of environmental education and / or health education possible. The present paper is an example of the possible inclusion of environmental/health education in the chemistry curriculum. Copyright © 1996 University of Hong Kong.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScience technology education: Bridging science and technology education: Innovations and experiences: Science & Technology Education Conference '96 proceedings
EditorsKenneth S. VOLK
Place of PublicationHong Kong
PublisherThe University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Education Dept., Hong Kong and Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education
Pages107-110
ISBN (Print)9628093940
Publication statusPublished - 1996

Citation

Tsang, E. P. K. (1996). Food components and food additives: Teaching through a new approach and "green consumerism". In K. S. Volk (Ed.), Science technology education: Bridging science and technology education: Innovations and experiences: Science & Technology Education Conference '96 proceedings (pp. 107-110). Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Education Dept., Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education.

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