Focus of the sub-group Leaders
Problem- and context based approaches within university chemistry education Bill Byers (Ulster, UK) Michael K Seery (Dublin, IE) and Tina L. Overton (Hull, UK)
Research-based teaching in chemistry Sari Lindblom-Ylänne (Helsinki, FI), Odilla Finlayson (Dublin, IE) and Martin Goedhart (Groningen, NL)
Making students the teachers - Cooperative learning and peer-tutoring in the chemistry lab environment and beyond Ingo Eilks, Silvija Markic, Marcus Baeumer (Bremen, DE) and Sascha Schanze (Hannover, DE)
Innovations in practical work Stuart Bennett (Open University, UK) and Doris Soevegjarto (Bremen, DE)
Learning beyond the lecture hall Ray Wallace (Nottingham Trent, UK), Keith Adams (Ulster, UK) and Leo Gros (Europa Fachhochschule Fresenius, DE)
Online support and online assessment of lectures and lab-work Natasa Brouwer (Amsterdam, NL) and Claire McDonnell (Dublin, IE)
Multimedia and visualisation in chemistry Antonio Lagana, Osvaldo Gervasi, Carlo, manuali, Noelia Faginas Lago, Stefano Crocchianti (Perugia, IT), Antonio Riganelli, (Zuerich, CH) and Sascha Schanze (Hannover, DE)
Training programs for newly appointed chemistry teaching staff Paul Yates (Keele, UK) and Iwona Maciejowska (Krakow, PL)
Assessment Stuart Bennett (Open University, UK) and Iain Wilson (Manchester, UK)
The Uniqueness of Teaching and Learning Chemistry M. Antonio Fiorano (Palermo, IT), Gustavo Avitabile (Naples, IT), Silvija Markic (bremen, DE) and Christiane Reiners (Köln, DE)