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Unpicking the examiner’s report - A level chemistryNY273

 The first run of the new A level exams will highlight areas where students are struggling. An in depth analysis of the examiners' subject reports is crucial to support development of your teaching and learning approaches in chemistry A level. Hands-on sessions with examination experts will enable you to delve into...

Teaching practical science: chemistryNE705

Online course. Go beyond ‘recipe following’ and use practical work in chemistry to support explanation of theory. It is essential that students studying chemistry are given the opportunity to practice and embed understanding of practical skills in preparation for the assessment of their learning. This free online...

Chemistry teacher conference - transition from GCSE to A level and from A level to universityNW503

Explore the transition of chemistry from GCSE to university.

Chemistry for non-specialistsNY243

This course is designed to provide teachers with the confidence, flair and enthusiasm to teach chemistry at Key Stages 3 and 4. It is specifically aimed at those who are not chemistry specialists. The five day course is split into a 3 day and a 2 day residential period, based in York. The course covers a wide range...

Developing your subject knowledge to teach A level chemistryNY291

Are you teaching or about to teach post-16 Chemistry? Are you finding some topics tricky to get your head around? This course will increase confidence in your own subject knowledge by giving you an opportunity to review common misconceptions. Examine difficult chemistry concepts whilst being supported by experienced...

Inspiring A level chemistryNY500

This course provides many opportunities to be reconnected with the frontiers of chemistry and the teaching of it by engaging in a wide variety of stimulating sessions which will employ new skills and ideas. The course has a strong focus on practical work. You will work alongside teachers and research scientists to...

New to teaching A level chemistryNY251

Are you starting out teaching A level chemistry? Even for teachers with a chemistry background it can be daunting to deliver for the first time. This course will support you with effective teaching and learning at AS and A level in chemistry. Common student misconceptions, as well as practical techniques and...

Practical ideas for teaching chemistry: year 1 to year 6NY065

Materials, rocks, changing state and much more are explored in this practical subject knowledge based course. You will develop your subject knowledge of chemistry within the primary curriculum from Reception to Year 6.  Discover why chemistry is essential for gaining an understanding of the world and how we can set...

Technicians supporting chemistry (11-19)NY605

“Unsafe and its always the same”, is something often said about chemistry practicals, this course will disprove this though a diverse range of safe, exciting and effective practicals. Through tailored sessions designed for technicians to be able to support teachers and create impactful science lessons, we will...

Mathematics for chemistry teachers up to A LevelNY297

There is an increased mathematical demand in in both the GCSE and A level chemistry specifications. This course is ideal for teachers of chemistry who wish to improve their understanding of the mathematics required to be successful in chemistry at GCSE and A level. The course explores teaching strategies for a wide...

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