Sustainability resources and data collection in the chemistry classroom

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Monday 13 May, 4–5pm BST, online

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Join Dr Karen Marshall, head of science at The Ladies’ College, Guernsey, as she showcases how she uses sustainability resources and scientific processes to upskill her learners. Karen will give examples for 11–14 and 14–16 learners both within and outside the classroom.

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