Real-world lessons and learning
Does donning a lab coat mean more to us than we realise?
Michael Seery turns the traditional teaching ladder on its side, and suggests that context-based learning may better suit students’ needs
Michael Seery discusses how to teach students that won't become chemists
Including commercial awareness in undergraduate chemistry courses calls for an interactive teaching approach, says Samantha Pugh
In this post, I give some detail of the Context Based Learning symposium from the recent International Conference on Chemical Education (ICCE).
How can activities based around everyday objects inspire young children to study chemistry? Peter Hoare and Anne Willis explain
Practical research projects are vital in the training of the next generation of forensic scientists, explains Matthew Almond
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