Tuesday 2 June, 3.30am – 6.00pm, Writhlington School, Knobsbury Lane, Radstock BA3 3NQ

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This course is fully funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry and there is no charge to attend.

Learning objectives

Participants will learn about:

  • the sequence of key ideas that students need in order to understand quantitative chemistry and succeed with chemical calculations
  • common misconceptions and challenges that students experience with quantitative chemistry
  • an evidence-based approach to introducing and teaching the mole
  • key practical activities that put quantitative chemistry into action

Learning outcomes

Participants will be able to:

  • apply sequence learning of key concepts to maximise student progress in quantitative chemistry
  • distinguish and challenge common misconceptions in student understanding of quantitative chemistry
  • explain the concept of the mole
  • plan to use a range of pedagogies to support students with chemical calculations

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