Developing expertise in teaching redox chemistry RD254 / J01

Start date
22 Jan 16
3 Hours
St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School, Somerset Square, Bristol BS1 6RT View on Google Map


This course focuses on developing an understanding of redox in terms of electron transfer, using both practical and non-practical approaches to addressing this area of chemistry.


You will be able to:

  • appreciate the ‘thread’ of key ideas crucial to students’ understanding of this topic
  • learn about some of the ‘misconceptions’ that can arise when teaching this topic and explore ways of dealing with them in the classroom
  • try out a range of engaging and relevant practicals and demonstrations
  • share views about effective strategies for supporting and enhancing the teaching and learning of redox chemistry
  • learn more about the range of resources and support available from the Royal Society of Chemistry


Developing expertise in teaching redox chemistry22 January 201613:00-16:00St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School


This course is part of a series of continuing professional development opportunities developed by the Royal Society of Chemistry and is supported by chemistry practitioners from the National Science Learning Centre.

We are pleased to be able to offer delegates from schools who are RSC members 10% off this course. Simply enter the code: RSC1510 when you apply.

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State-funded school or collegeActivity fee£125.00 +VAT
Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£435.00 +VAT

Participants from outside the UK will be charged the course fee and an additional £120 per day plus VAT.

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