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Don’t worry about summer learning loss


Kristy Turner arms you with the knowledge to understand and mitigate students’ forgetting over the holidays

Education in Chemistry - Staffroom articles

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Are misconceptions on your RADAAR?


How to use the EEF’s RADAAR framework to help you better consider misconceptions when planning your lessons and curriculums

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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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‘Science education has failed’

2021-05-20T10:13:00+01:00By ,

Covid has shown people aren’t prepared for societal challenges of the future: it’s time to put science and environment literacy at the heart of science education

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Teacher mental health: working together to beat burnout


Let this Mental health awareness week be a reminder to appreciate and support yourself and your colleagues

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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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Expert answers to trainees' burning questions

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Classroom questions: finding a job and choosing a school

Experts answer questions about choosing the right school from trainee, newly qualified and early career teachers

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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

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Puzzles from January 2021

Download and print the puzzles from the January 2021 issue of Education in Chemistry, including our quick crossword, brainteaser and word search