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Fresh ideas for chemistry teaching

b2cba4ec9907726f9ffd37cfdbf68b70-huge-loWant to increase your confidence in teaching chemistry? Looking for fresh ideas for difficult topics?

From 5–7 January 2017 we will be at the ASE annual conference at the University of Reading. Whether you’re a specialist or non-specialist chemistry teacher, we would love to see you there.

We are running bite-sized professional development sessions on our exhibition stand. Each session lasts only 15 minutes and will be repeated multiple times throughout the event. There will be lots of opportunities to fit in time for discovering exciting new ideas for your classroom practice.

The sessions are:

  • Discover out of this world materials science (Key Stages 1–3)
    Have a go at a new idea for a science practical which is easily sourced and affordable.
  • How can I tackle misconceptions with scientific models? (Key Stages 3–4)
    Try a hands on activity you can use to introduce scientific models to your students.
  • How can I enhance my GCSE practical teaching?
    Learn more about the benefits of screen experiments for pre and post lab support
  • Bringing hands-on spectroscopy to your A-level classroom
    Take part in a spectroscopy in a suitcase workshop and find out more about how you can use it with your students.

The exhibition is free to attend, so come and see us on stand C33 to find out more.

Posted by David Sait on Dec 8, 2016 11:14 AM Europe/London

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