Develop students’ organisational skills to help them get everyday tasks done efficiently
Ensure your students stay safe in practical classes, especially those with difficulties handling equipment
Make sure pupils with additional needs get a fair shot
Help your students improve their numeracy skills with these simple learning aids
How to boost students’ acquisition of technical language in the science classroom
How to include reluctant speakers
It’s easy when you’re prepared
Children born prematurely may need different types of support when developing key skills in maths and science
Often simple steps are sufficient
Poor muscular coordination makes some activities difficult
The challenges of practical science on a hospital ward
Some simple things you can do to help them
Even with exceptions for students who really need laptops, bans introduce discrimination and unfairness to the classroom
This resource includes information about some key misconceptions that have been uncovered by research and ideas about a variety of teaching approaches that may help avoid students acquiring some common misconceptions.
In association with Royal Society of Chemistry
This research provides information and current thinking on supporting disabled students at secondary schools with practical chemistry.
Could refocusing chemistry education open doors to students with additional educational needs?
Ann Marie Farrell and Michael Seery consider how to meet students’ language and literacy needs within chemistry
Reviews of research on students’ misconceptions in conceptual areas of chemistry. Misconceptions are described and discussed, together with indications of their origins.
Tom Husband gives an insider’s view of teaching chemistry to students for whom English is not their first language
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