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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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EiC Sep 22
In this month's issue: – Teaching density or polymers? Classroom resources with a plastic pollution context – The rainbow flame demonstration: how to do it safely – Ideas for developing students’ measurement and apparatus skills
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EiC Sep 22
Our September issue is now online! – Top tips for teaching elements and compounds – Help your students select scales and draw perfect graphs – How scientists are using analytical chemistry to understand indoor air pollution
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EiC Sep 21
"Students should be explicitly taught how to plan, monitor and evaluate their own learning in science classes"
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EiC Sep 21
Practical advice for teaching science at key stages three and four, broken down into basic steps, accompanied by examples of good practice.
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Niki Kaiser (K Chem) Sep 20
Post exploring the new Improving Secondary Science report, with some useful links and resources that have helped me to embed the reccommendations into my practice Part 1: pre-conceptions, misconceptions and self-regulation
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EiC Sep 20
Published today: practical guidance from with seven simple evidence-based rules to bolster science education
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EiC Sep 20
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EiC Sep 20
Linking ideas on neuroscience to education – free online PD course
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EiC Sep 20
Secondary science guidance coming tomorrow - look out for our report on here first thing in the morning!
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EiC Sep 20
Free online course: neuroscience and its potential implications for teaching
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A-Level Chemistry 🎓 Sep 20
Those new to Chemistry A level: Get to grips with the definitions quickly, practice the calculations relentlessly, review your work and notes frequently and don't forget to ASK IF YOU DON'T GET IT! Especially if you're not used to having to ask at GCSE.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 20
A new catalyst could capture and transform carbon dioxide – creating useful chemicals from a greenhouse gas.
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EiC Sep 20
The science of learning – neuroscience and its potential implications for teaching
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Robert Coe Sep 20
In summary: “Differentiation” is used to mean so many different things the term is effectively meaningless. Most are hard to do, take a lot more teacher time/effort and are unlikely to benefit students. By ⁦⁩ via ⁦
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Dr Nimesh Mistry Sep 20
Teaching stereochemistry this year? Our team have developed an online tool for R/S labelling and drawing Newman projections.
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Chemistry World Sep 20
As physicists and chemists work together to cool atoms and now small molecules it is opening up a new field of ultracold chemistry
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Irene Garcia-Moya Sep 19
Thanks to Dr. Nicola Davies () and Education in Quemistry () for writing about some of our findings in the . Whatever you teach, connecting with your students is SO important!
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EiC Sep 20
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EiC Sep 19
Bonding is one of the most challenging topics for chemistry students. The so-called ‘octet rule’ can cause problems…
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EiC Sep 19
The octet rule can cause problems...
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