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Frazer, The Role of Laboratory Teaching in Chemistry. Proceedings of an International Conference on Chemical Education, Adelaide, 1978, ed. J. Devenport. A report of a regional seminar in Asia. 36. H. Johnstone, Studies in Science Education, _1, 21 (1974). 37. M. H. Johnstone, Education in Chemistry, 8_, 182 (1971). 38. M. H. N. Lazonby, Education in Chemistry, 13^, 41, 72 (1976). 39. R. Ingle and M. Shayer, Education in Chemistry, _8_, 8 (1971). 40. M. Shayer, School Science Review, 5_4, 26 (1972); 56_, 381 (1974).

This relationship has proved invaluable to those involved since there is an increased understanding of the needs and limitations of each group. It has also allowed a more ordered transition from the era of "on site" training to that of training in an academic environment. Some colleges have 38 formalised this industry/education interface by the appointment of advisory committees from industry to the Chemistry Department. The past five years has seen considerable activity in the provision of short training programmes.

Schindlbauer Institut für Chemische Technologie Organischer Stoffe, Technische Universität Wien T. Schönfeld Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Wien Efforts to develop the teaching of chemistry and to intensify the dissemination of chemical knowledge to the wider public were made on many levels. In this survey each activity will, therefore, be discussed rather briefly. SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION Upper secondary level (age 14 to 18) Major school experiments to modernise the curricula in the upper classes of secondary schools (classes 5 to 8, ages 14 to 18) were started by the Austrian Ministry of Education and Art in 1971.

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