Matthew is a chemistry teacher at King Edward VI High School for Girls.
He has been teaching 11-18 chemistry for over ten years since completing an undergraduate degree in chemistry and a PhD in experimental chemical physics, both at the University of Birmingham.
Matthew is interested in what science teaching in secondary schools will look like in the future. He is also keen to encourage practicing teachers to undertake research into teaching and learning and to understand better the direct benefit this brings to the classroom.
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