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Master of all trades

11 September 2018By

The science teacher skill set

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Why don’t we include everyone when we talk about ‘science for all’?

6 August 2018By

SEND pupils aren’t considered our future scientists

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It gets better – and you can help

4 July 2018By

Empower teachers to be who they are, for everyone’s sake

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Each act of honesty has impact

2 July 2018By

Saying ‘I’m gay’ is not simple for teachers but it’s worth the effort, says David Weston

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Students don’t appreciate what chemistry can do

22 June 2018By

Is this causing the dip in applications to university chemistry courses?

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What does an effective department look like?

8 June 2018By Emily Howe

We want to know: what are the elements of a supportive school department?

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The ‘new’ chemistry A-level better prepares students for higher education

1 June 2018By , Giorgio Chianello

No evidence for concerns students now do fewer practicals, say QMUL lecturers

All Opinion

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Support for classroom-based research

15 October 2018

Are you a teacher aspiring to education research?

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Finding the fake booze

12 October 2018

Ever wondered what Raman spectrometry is? Here’s how it can find out what’s in a bottle without opening it.

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The problems with predicted grades

4 October 2018

Why support for overhauling admissions systems is mounting

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Declining university chemistry applications

25 September 2018

There are fewer undergraduates studying chemistry. Should we be concerned?

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Seven simple rules offered to bolster science education

21 September 2018

Practical guidance to make evidence-based teaching accessible

All news & analysis

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Finding the fake booze

12 October 2018By

Ever wondered what Raman spectrometry is? Here’s how it can find out what’s in a bottle without opening it.

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The problems with predicted grades

4 October 2018By Maria Burke

Why support for overhauling admissions systems is mounting

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Declining university chemistry applications

25 September 2018By Maria Burke

There are fewer undergraduates studying chemistry. Should we be concerned?

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Students don’t have to stick to lab projects during chemistry degrees

6 June 2018By

They can gain valuable employment skills in other ways

All analysis

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The science of learning

Free online course: neuroscience and its potential implications for teaching

Creating an LGBT-inclusive curriculum

Creating an LGBT-inclusive curriculum

A guide for secondary schools

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FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY