Cartoon representation of NA and Cl ionic bonding

Diamond helps to discover hexagonal salt

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Explore ionic structures in your class with the discovery of a strange form of table salt

Education in Chemistry

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The fast guide to blended learning

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Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about teaching science with this approach

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Encourage pupils to examine the evidence

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How to structure lessons to get your students to look at ‘the science’ and pick out supporting reasons

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Escape the classroom: and explore colour change reactions

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In this escape room article, students explore colour change reactions to reveal hidden codes

  • When life gives you lemons (or oranges)

  • Don’t go breakin’ (down) my (love) heart

  • Fire stopper

  • Avogadro in action

  • Cracking!

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Learning organic mechanisms – does technology help?

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Are chemistry learning applications really worthwhile?

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Making effective use of collaborative learning

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Get group tasks right and boost student learning

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Tackling practicals in a Covid-secure way

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What will practical classes look like next year? One technician shares their thoughts

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Starting university during a pandemic

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What awaits this year’s cohort of undergraduate chemistry students?

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What will be the consequences of coronavirus for teachers?

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There are so many unknowns – not least when schools might resume a degree of normality

  • How to teach chemical energetics

  • How to make effective use of pre-recorded lessons

  • Taking a week-by-week approach to remote teaching

  • Using investigations to engage your 11–14 students

  • How to use a slide show for a live lesson

Cartoon representation of NA and Cl ionic bonding

Diamond helps to discover hexagonal salt

Explore ionic structures in your class with the discovery of a strange form of table salt

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Breaking the carbon–hydrogen bond

A new photocatalyst that can act on small alkane hydrocarbons is a rare example of directly using natural gases as reagents

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The future for EdTech

Will it return to the classroom with us?

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Gauging exam grades 2020

Weighing up the pros and cons of this year’s exam assessment systems

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