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Ch 15: WEST Chemistry: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science

About This Chapter

As you study for the WEST-E: Chemistry exam, use the lessons of this chapter to improve your understanding of the relationship between science, mathematics, mass media, and technology.

WEST Chemistry: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science - Chapter Summary

Watch our professional instructors in this series of lesson videos to study the interdisciplinary connection between science and mathematics, as well as the relationship between science, mass media, and technology. After exploring these lessons, you should have a better understanding of:

  • Interrelations between science, technology, mathematics and society
  • How mass media covers scientific findings
  • Social, economic and ethical issues associated with developments in science and technology

To help you reinforce your understanding of the material covered in these lessons, each comes with a transcript you can read over and find important vocabulary terms. Take the accompanying quizzes or submit your questions to instructors.

WEST Chemistry: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science Objectives

The Washington Educator Skills Tests - Endorsements (WEST-E): Chemistry exam is a 2.5-hour computer-based certification exam used to award chemistry endorsements to educators wanting to teach chemistry in the state of Washington. When you take this exam, you will be asked 110 multiple-choice questions designed to assess your understanding of chemistry. Eighteen percent of the material covered in this exam will belong to the content domain of Scientific Processes and Inquiry. Complete these lessons to prepare for questions about the interdisciplinary nature of science which you will likely see in this content domain.

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Practice Final Exam
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