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Why I love microscale


Advocating a practical approach to practical work in the classroom

Education in Chemistry - Staffroom articles

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6 ways to develop your assessment skills


Master the essentials of assessment to maximise your students’ learning

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Flexible working hours: an effective retention strategy?


Assessing the ability of part-time roles to keep teachers teaching

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Exam results 2020: Algorithms, grades and chaos


What do students think about the U-turns on pre-university exam results?

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Why schools need more science technicians


Boosting technician numbers could improve workload for everyone – but how can it be done?

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TIMSS 2019: How are students doing in science?


Why has attainment decreased in England but stayed the same in Ireland – and what can educators learn from it?

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The future for EdTech


Will it return to the classroom with us?

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Teacher well-being hub

The place to go for ideas and strategies on supporting your well-being and maintaining good mental health

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Classroom questions: making chemistry accessible to all and remote teaching


Experts answer questions about making remote live lessons smooth and interactive from trainee, newly qualified and early career teachers