Opinion

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Why I teach chemistry as a creative discipline

14 February 2018By

Chemistry needs creative approaches and it is possible to teach them

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Unstacking the odds

15 December 2017By

The role chemistry teachers can play in tackling social immobility

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Exams – the insider’s perspective

5 December 2017By

Neil Goalby writes exam questions – the work is creative and benefits his teaching

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Spotting spurious claims in education

30 November 2017By Nick Rose

Inoculate yourself against pseudoscience

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Teaching workloads and pay don’t add up

7 November 2017By Ross Colman

A bursary and training support eased my transition into teaching, but the work-life balance after two years made me look elsewhere

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You are what you wear

3 November 2017By

Does donning a lab coat mean more to us than we realise?

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FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY