Niki Kaiser is a chemistry teacher and assistant headteacher at Notre Dame High School in Norwich, and director of the Norwich Research School. She was previously seconded to the Education Endowment Foundation as their science content specialist, and in 2019, she won the Schools Education Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
She is a firm believer that research should always begin with the 'why', but she understands that the 'what' and 'how' are also important, and is always keen to find accessible ways of putting research into practice.
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Worksheet to develop understanding of the pH scale and apply it in the context of ocean acidification. Extension questions provide more challenge on carbonic acid and acid base equilibrium, leading to a research task on the consequences for marine organisms