Paul is managing editor of Education in Chemistry
Work the classroom
Prophecies of the demise of school buildings are misplaced. We need in-person teaching
Chipping in with transition
What classroom teachers can do to support new secondary students
Asking for help
Teachers report being stressed and not receiving enough guidance about their mental health. Is compulsory counselling the solution?
When All This Is Over®
Looking back on 2020 what should we keep? asks EiC’s managing editor Paul MacLellan, tongue firmly in cheek
The exams balancing act
This hasn’t been a normal summer. And the chaos caused by concerns about grade inflation won’t just affect this year’s students
In pursuit of discomfort
Why it’s a good thing when your students don’t like you much
Academies and their reliance on non-QTS staff
Helping you teach organic chemistry
Brexit means Brexit
Can we know what it will mean for education?
Master of all trades
The science teacher skill set
Working nine to nine
A harmful overwork culture
You are what you wear
Does donning a lab coat mean more to us than we realise?
Challenges for practical science teaching highlighted by new report
Pressures on schools and teachers are sidelining lab time for students
Winning is in the eye of the beholder
What will a confusing election outcome mean for education policy in England and Wales?
Is the pursuit of excellence harmless?
It’s not somebody else’s problem
Gender inequality has to be tackled by all teachers, no matter their subject
The evaluation game
It’s a new year, and everyone is taking tests
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ASE Annual Conference 2017
It’s great to be back at the ASE annual conference
Science is a torch we use to light our universe. We shouldn't put limits on where we point it
Why don't teachers use education research in teaching?
Paul MacLellan digs into the problem with research from Durham, a secondary school teacher and a journal editor