Ideas for your classroom and teaching from our January 2022 issue
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- Set your younger learners on the trail of a murderer
- Help students grasp difficult concepts with foldable paper prompts
- Sink your teeth into this meaty topic
- Use these four teacher-tested hacks to thrive in your first years of teaching
- Boost post-16 students’ understanding of equilibria with these ideas and activities
- Practise dot and cross diagrams with your 14–16 learners
Staffroom conversation starters
- Get to the root of the chemistry behind synthetic dyes
- Start a discussion about decolonising the chemistry curriculum
- Consider the key ingredients of a quality science education
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