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How to support students with autism spectrum disorder

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Some simple things you can do to help them

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How to make effective interventions

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Try a pinchpoint approach to diagnose and address the reasons for learners’ mistakes in school science

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Using research to save time

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Think you’re too busy to engage in education research? Here are some ways to approach research-informed practice so it actually saves you time

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Four steps to explaining scientific concepts

4 October 2017By Shaun Allison

How do you explain new, abstract and complex ideas effectively in the classroom?

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How to support dyslexic students

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Chemistry is really challenging– use these tips to make your lessons inclusive, engaging and memorable

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How to use multiple choice questions for formative assessment

21 September 2017By Mary Whitehouse, Judith Bennett, Lynda Dunlop, Kerry J Knox

Well-designed MCQs can help assess chemical understanding and identify misconceptions

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