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Building effective schemes of work

2022-05-18T08:00:00+01:00By

Use these four tips to focus on what really matters when developing a curriculum

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Why is my chemistry curriculum White?

2021-10-08T06:05:00+01:00By

Decolonising the chemistry curriculums at universities and in schools

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The challenges of multi-course chemistry teaching

2021-08-19T06:00:00+01:00By

Teaching more than one course in a single class is commonplace for many teachers in Scotland and multi-course teaching of chemistry can be particularly complex

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Improving retention of science teachers

2022-04-28T08:30:00+01:00By

What keeps great science teachers in the classroom?

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Get support from … Education Support

2022-04-14T07:22:00+01:00By Emily Keneally

From a free helpline to peer support groups, Education Support is dedicated to improving teachers’ mental health and well-being

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Expert answers to trainees' burning questions

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Classroom questions: Reducing teacher talk, beating NQT exhaustion and boosting test performance

Experts answer questions about reducing teacher talk, NQT exhaustion and helping pupils whose test performance doesn’t match their classroom understanding

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Puzzles from this issue

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The perfect accompaniment to leftover Easter eggs and hot cross buns? EiC’s puzzles