Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC)

Experienced teachers, working for The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), have created over 100 teaching and learning resources and a suite of interactive and informative websites for use by teachers and students. They show how science works in real-life contexts and demonstrate how the chemical industry is relevant to society.

Resources cover all age ranges and help to:
* enhance the effective teaching of science and technology
* create enthusiasm in school students and children for science and technology
* generate an improved level of understanding between schools and science-based industries
* create a better understanding of the nature and role of science-based industries within society

Resources

The essential chemical industry

This online resource, provided by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), is intended for students studying A level chemistry. It gives an up-to-date description of the industry; all units include information provided by industry experts and are presented so that the material is relevant to the...

The essential chemical industry

This online resource, provided by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), is intended for students studying A level chemistry. It gives an up-to-date description of the industry; all units include information provided by industry experts and are presented so that the material is relevant to the...

The essential plastics industry

This resource by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC) puts curriculum science into real-world contexts and provides a cross-curricular approach to salt.

Children undertake a range of hands-on investigations that look at the use of salt. This includes the use of salt to treat icy roads and...

Sweet success: a unit for 13-16 year olds

From The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), these activities investigate the crystallisation of sugar in the fondant of creme eggs.

Complaints of 'glass' in creme eggs, and other sugar confectionery products, are sometimes the result of the growth of very large crystals of sugar. In these...

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