Chemistry is full of varied representations. How do we help our students identify the information encoded within them?
Students’ understanding is mostly assessed through numerical problems. Sometimes performance does not reflect understanding. Here’s why
How your teaching can equip students to recognise and ward off misinformation
Use simple interventions to help students work out the real-life reasons why it is important to study chemistry
A study investigating students’ self-assessed understanding has implications for your practice
Use the latest research to help your students form correct mental images when predicting molecular geometries
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