Kristy Turner is a school teacher fellow at University of Manchester/Bolton School, UK
Kristy uniquely splits her time between teaching chemistry at the University of Manchester and Bolton School. She was the Royal Society of Chemistry school teacher fellow 2011–12 at the University of Manchester and has a range of experience teaching in state and independent schools in the north-west of England.
Kristy is the author of the popular RSC resource Starters for Ten. She is an active member of the chemistry education community and has research interests in assessment, development of conceptual models within curriculums and transition between school and university level chemistry study.
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Join us as we eavesdrop on school teacher fellow Kristy Turner and HE lecturer Katherine Haxton as they discuss school closures, exams and motivation
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