Evidence-based teaching

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Probing difficulties with quantum atomic models

4 April 2019

What you can do to make grasping atomic representations easier

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Solving problems using experts’ decisions

25 March 2019

New research demonstrates how decision trees help students apply their knowledge

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Critical thinking in the lab (and beyond)

24 January 2019

Improving existing practicals

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Explaining electrolytes explicitly

17 January 2019

And why it’s necessary

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The effect of mentoring on teacher retention

14 January 2019

Could mentoring be a good way to retain more chemistry teachers?

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Organic chemistry: encouraging problem solving, not goal scoring

14 December 2018

How less really is more when it comes to learning

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