Evidence-based teaching

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Enhance explanations of intermolecular forces

2019-10-16T09:27:00+01:00

How small prompts can result in big leaps in student understanding

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Which is best: practical or simulation?

2019-09-25T13:44:00+01:00

Students interact with practicals and simulations differently, but does one approach come with better learning outcomes?

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Animations boost learning

2019-08-20T12:09:00+01:00

And reduce cognitive load

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Metacognitive motivation

2019-08-08T09:26:00+01:00

How it can positively influence students’ beliefs in their own abilities

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Tackling spectroscopy

2019-06-06T12:17:00+01:00

Get your students reading spectra like pros

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2019-05-16T11:56:00+01:00

How to present confusing resonance representations to students

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