Child in a spacesuit looking at a plant

Capturing imaginations

23 February 2017By Becky Parker

Enabling school students to participate in scientific research

Glass in a flame

How often do your students do practical work?

7 February 2017By

29% of GCSE students report doing practical science less than once a month

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Why I joined the Chartered College of Teaching

3 February 2017By

If teachers want to have a voice, we have to start somewhere

Filling in a answer sheet with a pencil

The evaluation game

27 January 2017By

It’s a new year, and everyone is taking tests

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Getting into the flow

4 January 2017By

It’s great to be back at the ASE annual conference

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Who is chemistry for?

21 December 2016By

Could refocusing chemistry education open doors to students with additional educational needs?

Reading University

Bringing science teaching to life

20 December 2016By

Sam Holyman tells us what she’s looking forward to at the ASE annual conference 2017

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Bristol Uni evacuation

Chemistry department evacuated after student accidentally makes explosive

8 February 2017

Reports claim TATP synthesised by mistake at the University of Bristol

Students with their hands raised in a classroom

Science teacher shortfall hits most disadvantaged

6 February 2017

Trainee recruitment targets not met for the past five years

Teaching apprentices

Government earmarks £170m for technical institutes

30 January 2017

New Institutes of Technology aim to bolster technical education

Students at desks in school

International studies highlight low teacher morale in UK

13 December 2016

PISA and TIMSS show mixed results for the UK

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Grand challenges set for science students

26 October 2016

New competition asks young people to explore solutions for global health and development issues

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Grammar schools: what the evidence says

23 September 2016By Lee Elliot Major

Lee Elliot Major of the Sutton Trust discusses the impact of selective education.

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Why don't teachers use education research in teaching?

9 August 2016By

Paul MacLellan digs into the problem with research from Durham, a secondary school teacher and a journal editor

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Multicourse teaching in Scotland: more is less

19 May 2016By Bill Beveridge

How do you teach two classes at once? Bill Beveridge explains the incredible situation teachers find themselves in

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What is A-level like for a student?

21 April 2016By

Kristy Turner asks one of her pupils to share his experience of A-level chemistry

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Imaginative science education

Imaginative science education

Getting creative with science teaching

Web watch EiC 0117

Science simulations

A revamped, expanded and unmissable resource

9781781352410

How to teach: secondary science

A textbook for teachers

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Laboratory safety for chemistry students

An ideal companion to most lab based courses

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The feedback loop

Circular assessment: using formative assessment data for science teaching and learning

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Innovative uses of assessments for teaching and research

A well-grounded and comprehensive consideration of assessment in chemistry

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