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Reuse remote teaching resources

2021-10-27T07:29:00+01:00By

During lockdown, teachers worked so hard to create engaging remote resources. Now that we’re back in class, let’s continue using these to enhance teaching and learning

Education in Chemistry

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Reuse remote teaching resources

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During lockdown, teachers worked so hard to create engaging remote resources. Now that we’re back in class, let’s continue using these to enhance teaching and learning

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Teach justice and cooperation through chemistry

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Link forensic science and the Covid-19 pandemic to your lessons on instrumental analysis, separation techniques, data interpretation and health with UN sustainable development goals 16 and 17

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Equality, education and science

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Easy-to-implement ways to link these topics to your lessons on energy sources, water resources, nanochemistry, health and climate change

  • The movement of ions: bringing electrolysis to life

  • Dynamite soap: The combustion of stoichiometric hydrogen–oxygen mixtures

  • Demonstrating the diffusion of ammonia and hydrogen chloride

  • The gallium beating heart

  • Pyrophoric silanes

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Do our students suffer from chemophobia?

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How your teaching can equip students to recognise and ward off misinformation

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Understanding why chemistry is important boosts results

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Use simple interventions to help students work out the real-life reasons why it is important to study chemistry

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What affects students’ self-assessment skills?

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A study investigating students’ self-assessed understanding has implications for your practice

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Chipping in with transition

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What classroom teachers can do to support new secondary students

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Why I love the Curriculum for Wales 2022

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Learn why one teacher is fully embracing the journey to realise the new curriculum in Wales

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Pam rydw i’n caru’r Cwricwlwm i Gymru 2022

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Dysgwch pam mae un athrawes yn croesawu’r daith i wireddu’r cwricwlwm newydd yng Nghymru

  • Teaching organic chemistry post-16

  • Teaching rates of reaction post-16: part 2

  • Teaching observation skills at 11–14

  • Teaching rates of reaction post-16

  • How to teach controlled variable investigations at 11–14

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Sunlight produces thousands of compounds from plastic

Scientists dispel the theory that sunlight exposure simply fragments macroplastics that persist in the environment, but what are the implications for the environment?

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What’s carbon dioxide got to do with it?

Examining the role that CO2 plays in the supermarket’s empty shelves

Molecular structure of buckminsterfullerene

A carbon allotrope that can scratch diamond

The amorphous carbon material created from buckminsterfullerene

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This smartwatch will self-destruct

Delve into the dissolving device making recycling easier

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