Michael is a reader in chemistry education at the University of Edinburgh. He has interests in technology enhanced learning, laboratory education, and issues around dealing with different levels of prior knowledge in the teaching of chemistry. He writes for Education in Chemistry, as well as maintaining his own blog.
Beyond chemistry, Michael’s interests are early nineteenth century history and exploring the countryside.
A well-grounded and comprehensive consideration of assessment in chemistry
Inquiry-based learning for multidisciplinary programs: a conceptual and practical resource for educators
Integrating IBL into the curricula