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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 8h
Get your students modelling – with scissors, cotton buds and plasticine
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EiC 12h
Top tips for informal modelling in your classroom
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EiC 16h
Why making molecular models from pipe cleaners makes for effective learning
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Chemistry World 18h
A fragile chart discovered by researchers may be the world’s oldest classroom periodic table
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CLEAPSS 17h
Put the 18th March in your diaries, CLEAPSS will be hosting a session. The title will be 'The importance of practical work, and how CLEAPSS can support this' Plus an 'open' Q&A sessions about any science H&S questions people may have.
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EiC 19h
Replying to @claretandgold
Do you think mentoring could have made any difference to your decision?
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EiC Jan 14
'Mentored teachers more likely to tick at it' says research. Early-career teachers: would it help you buck the trend, and stay in teaching?
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EiC Jan 14
Assessing the impact of mentoring on teacher retention, specifically chemistry teachers
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EiC Jan 14
Could mentoring keep teachers teaching?
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Royal Society of Chemistry Jan 13
If you're planning to nominate someone for , don't forget that the deadline is 5 PM GMT on Tuesday 15 January. Our annual prizes and awards cover the breadth of the chemical sciences, including industry and education. Check out the full list at
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EiC Jan 12
signing off - have a great Saturday.
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EiC Jan 12
Fantastic engagement with the resources after Alistair Moore's introductory talk
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EiC Jan 12
And finally a twist on the classic POE - adding an explanation step after the students' original predictions
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EiC Jan 12
These activities will prove very useful - the use of models are fundamental to the sciences - here students have a chance to discuss and critique a particle model
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EiC Jan 12
Lots of resources for formative assessment are available including these focussed cloze activities where students only have a choice of commonly confused science words
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EiC Jan 12
All the resources available free forever online
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EiC Jan 12
Progression without levels - a great set of resources that allow for curriculum planning, with links to metacognition and diagnostic questions
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EiC Jan 12
How the resources can be used to implement the recommendations of the Improving Secondary Science report .
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EiC Jan 12
The diagnostic questions are designed for 11-14 but also good for 14-18. Useful for uncovering misconceptions at all levels.
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