New ways of teaching chemistry
Issue 335 | Page 119 | Published Dec 2009
Recent changes in the science curriculum are described, as are attempts to make chemistry more interesting and relevant to future citizens as well as future scientists. Resources produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry seek to enhance teaching and learning by using modern technologies and contexts that are relevant and motivating for young people.
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