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Applying practical knowledge to unfamiliar contexts

2019-09-16T09:00:00+01:00By

Prepare students to use their learning in different situations

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The periodic table

2019-09-02T10:14:00+01:00By

Introduce students to its structure and order

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Atoms, molecules and ions

2019-06-20T11:33:00+01:00By

Top tips for teaching 11–14

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States of matter and particle theory

2019-03-26T10:22:00+00:00By

Progressing from macroscopic to the microscopic world of the particle

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Lab safety

2019-01-29T14:26:00+00:00By

Encourage students to assess risk effectively

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Chemical formulas and equations

2019-01-22T10:49:00+00:00By

What is the point of chemical equations? 

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Monitoring reactions

2018-12-05T15:41:00+00:00By

Encourage students to observe and measure reactions

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Separation techniques

2018-11-26T12:04:00+00:00By

Distilling the essentials of separation

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