Education Preparation

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Education Preparation

Postby F. Read » Wed Jun 08, 2016 7:06 pm

My question was "Chemists: What topics in Chemistry were of most benefit to you?" I am editing it to ...

I am studying to be a high school chemistry teacher. I wonder what topics would be of most benefit to get through college and get a job as Chemist with a Bachelor's Degree? I know the state has standards - they probably know what is most important, but not sure and wonder what you guys think.
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Re: Education Preparation

Postby D.X. » Thu Jun 09, 2016 6:45 am

Hi F. Read,

I recommend you give more background to your question. Why are you asking, what is your objective.What specifically would you like to know?

Which Chemists? Given the broad spectrum of professionals with scientific Backgrounds that can include exposure to chemistry topics on this forum (to include me).

This may help give you a more valuable answer.


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