By completing our reader survey you will be helping to determine the direction of Education in Chemistry over the coming years. This survey should take around 15 minutes to complete.
Four out of five stars
Students interact with practicals and simulations differently, but does one approach come with better learning outcomes?
And reduce cognitive load
Get your students reading spectra like pros
What you can do to make grasping atomic representations easier
Improving existing practicals
Research shows how a novel pedagogy aids the retention of learning over time
Helping pupils climb the learning ladder
The octet rule still dominates
Database of teaching strategies for chemistry topics launched
Improve expectations to improve learning
When it comes to challenging your students, are you asking the right questions?
Argumentation helps students develop key skills
Three thoughts to help apply learning to new problems
How to use models in the classroom more effectively
Getting your students to think about how they learn
Mastering organic reaction mechanisms
Credit where credit is due
Self-regulation and pedagogical content knowledge
Connecting theory to practice in the teaching laboratory
Helping students become responsible researchers
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
Site powered by Webvision Cloud