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Encouraging discussion and peer support
What the science capital teaching approach can do for you
Kristy Turner gives her advice for successful subject-specific CPD sessions for teachers, by teachers
How everyday compounds’ properties can be linked to their bonding and structure with a ‘structure triangle’
The benefits of bonding theatre and science
Engaging students with qualitative assessment of thermodynamics
Why Socrative is worthy of space on your smartphone and in your classroom
Combining the curriculum with curious tales
Catrin Green has some ideas for teaching a knowledge-heavy curriculum
Catrin Green shares some ideas for making lessons more meaningful for secondary students
Kristy Turner finds out what students really think when they hear the word 'chemistry'
Michael Seery's suggestions for busy lecturers
Ian McDaid describes his favourite ‘must do’ experiments to engage your students
Team challenges, experiments and puzzles – Kristy Turner keeps students engaged in the run-up to Christmas
What's in a number? Jonathan Agger and Kristy Turner show you how to clear up confusion with units
Which chemistry apps are worth installing? Teachers talk about their favourites
Jenny Koenig explains how teachers can help students learn to rearrange equations
How do you help your students revise?
How do you teach students that don't want to pursue science in the future? Peter Banks talks about his experiences.
Katherine Haxton explores using microscale reactions in the teaching lab.
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