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It's a new academic year, and in this post, I have a look at some strategies that can help students make the transition from second to third level
The current government policy on teacher training is flawed, says Keith Taber
Bringing together ideas from education research and teaching practice
A range of possibilities for integrating art into the chemistry curriculum by means of context based learning
Summer holidays are here. Time to light up that barbecue! Or not, argues Keith Taber...
David Read writes about the shared conversations among the chemistry education community and what we can learn from them
In chemistry we are blessed with a rich text with words influenced by languages from across the world. What are your favourite words and phrases in chemistry?
John Dexter ponders what needs to be done to help teachers fulfil their potential
... and how you can participate in the International Year of Crystallography
In this post I have an argument with myself about whether I will use PeerWise. I'm not sure which side wins...
A survey of some useful recent articles on the teaching of thermochemistry and thermodynamics for second and third level students
How might we include meaningful writing assignments in our curriculum?
Maria Sheehan looks at the current key issues in chemistry education in Ireland
Could removing the shackles of assessment boost creativity in the classroom?
The UK government has recently published a new science curriculum document setting out what should be taught to 14-16 year old students. However, some of the requirements seem questionable from scientific and educational perspectives
What can be done to assist the dissemination of education research to practitioners?
What role does subject knowledge play in how 'good' a teacher is? Does it matter whether a chemistry teacher has a chemistry degree?
Some thoughts on the sources of confusion around chemical bonding having read Stephenson and Warrens' article in this month's Education in Chemistry
Paul Yates argues that university chemistry teachers do a good job when faced with this challenging problem
… and salutes CPD as a teacher’s best friend
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