Kay is an independent science education consultant based in the UK.
Since teaching chemistry to 11–19-year-olds for over 15 years (and being involved in A-level assessment for most of that time), Kay has worked for a number of organisations, including the Royal Society of Chemistry. Kay is currently a chemistry adviser for CLEAPSS and is involved in a range of science education-related projects, including activities for the Salters' Institute. Kay spends much of her time developing resources and working with teachers and technicians on professional development.
Ideas for enhancing practical chromatography
Chemical bonding: the octet rules ... OK?
Kay Stephenson and Dorothy Warren explain common misconceptions and show you how you could help your students
How science works
Kay Stephenson reviews this guide to teahcing and learning in the science classroom
The Chemistry Olympiad – miss it, miss out
The international final of the Chemistry Olympiad – a chemistry competition for sixthformers – was held in Taiwan this year