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Education in Chemistry magazine, from the Royal Society of Chemistry. News, articles and resources for chemistry teachers. Maintained by
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Be your own time lord with this handy planning approach from
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My latest article about time management-
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We've got our odd socks on & are remembering the excellent advice of
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Pushed for time? Take the time to read this & you'll make more effective use of the hours in your day - every day
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Why A-level reform led to chemistry students believing more in their practical skills
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How the reformed A-level is improving students' belief in their abilities
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YoungMinds Nov 11
Bullying affects over one million young people in the UK every year – but what is bullying, how can it affect you and where can you get help?
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EiC Nov 12
Boost students' belief in their practical skills
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Royal Society of Chemistry Nov 12
Alexander Borodin – Russian composer, chemist, physician and advocate of women's rights – was born in 1833.
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EiC Nov 11
Easy wins for you & your students this Christmas: create chemistrees – and enter ‘s competition
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Emily Seeber Nov 9
Are your students struggling with mastering moles? Five tips on how to teach mole ratios. And one example of how not to.
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John O'Donoghue Nov 10
The first of the season!! Remember you can check out my article to build your own version in your school/college
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David Paterson Nov 11
I've created a GoogleDrive folder for sharing for work. If you'd like to add your work in, drop me a DM.
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EiC Nov 9
Give chemistry lessons meaning by linking them to careers suggests
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EiC Nov 9
Embed careers advice into your lessons
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EiC Nov 9
Come and work with us! We're recruiting for an assistant editor, Education in Chemistry. Full time, 18 months, £26,656, Cambridge, UK.
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EiC Nov 9
Tackle careers guidance with ease, thanks to the Gatsby benchmarks
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EiC Nov 9
Thanks - and also this!
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