Feedback

FeedbackBubbles

From research to classroom

9 September 2016By Education in Chemistry

What do you think of our blogposts and articles? Your views from the web, blog and social media

FeedbackBubbles

Acids, bases, resources and more

13 July 2016By Education in Chemistry

Discussions from the magazine, blog, website and social media

FeedbackBubbles

Demonstrations, recording lectures and past papers

13 May 2016

Discussions from the magazine, blog, website and social media

Read more feedback

Why not try …

Or instead, why not take a look at some of the more recent articles published in Education in Chemistry.

An image showing fire on ice

Dioxygen difluoride

23 August 2019

An explosion waiting to happen

An image showing a male and a female student working together on a practical

Tackling practicals for students with SEND

21 August 2019

It’s easy when you’re prepared

An image showing a student who is sat very close to a computer screen; a molecular structure is on the display, which reflects on his safety spectacles

Animations boost learning

20 August 2019

And reduce cognitive load

An illustration showing a woman hanging off the bottom of an unravelling, long to-do list

Overworked and undervalued?

19 August 2019

TALIS survey reveals reality of teaching in England

An image showing sugar cubes

Poly(ionic liquid)s act like taste buds for simple sugars

16 August 2019

New system could find use in food monitoring or disease detection

An image showing a tooth on a background comprising of hand-drawn chemical structures

Why you need A-level chemistry to study dentistry

14 August 2019

Understanding enamel, fillings and anaesthetics requires chemistry knowledge

An image showing an organic mechanism

Teaching organic mechanisms

12 August 2019

How to help students get to grips with organic reaction mechanisms

An image showing cogwheels in a woman's head

Metacognitive motivation

8 August 2019

How it can positively influence students’ beliefs in their own abilities

More from Education in Chemistry

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY