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Education in Chemistry

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Four super replicable steps to embed new vocabulary

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Effective tips for teaching tier 2 and 3 terms that’ll improve learning outcomes

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4 ways to teach redox in terms of electrons

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Use these teacher-tested approaches to help learners gain a deeper understanding of redox reactions

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Model atomic structure with playdough

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Engage your learners with these fun, tactile ideas and models

  • Non-burning paper: investigate the fire triangle and conditions for combustion

  • Illustrate polymer properties with a self-siphoning solution

  • Demonstrate concentration and density with a transition metal colloid cell

  • Highlight transition metal chemistry with an oscillating luminol reaction

  • Reversible reactions with transition metal complexes

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Improve your learners’ NMR interpretation skills

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Encourage students to determine and draw the structures of simple organic molecules with this free, online resource

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How best to engage students in group work

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Use evidence-based research to help students get the most out of group work

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Reduce cognitive load with an augmented reality learning environment

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Discover how to use augmented reality to help students visualise organic mechanisms

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Successfully navigating team changes

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Staff change is unavoidable, but there are ways to smooth the transition – including cake

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STEM is an attractive career prospect for young women and girls

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The key is to use clever ways to get them engaged early

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Why equity and inclusion are key issues for chemistry teachers

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Louise Archer from the ASPIRES project explains the reasons you should prioritise science capital in your classroom

  • How to teach titration post-16

  • Everything you need to introduce alkenes

  • How to teach polymers at post-16

  • How to teach extraction of metals at 14–16

  • How to teach chromatography at post-16

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Electrolysis gets a boost from metal scraps

Waste metals transformed into catalysts for clean fuel production

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New method grows larger diamonds

Use this real-world context when teaching about giant covalent structures

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Are forever chemicals lurking in your water?

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