How the difficulty teachers were experiencing in demonstrating the preparation of iron(II) sulfide to students was solved through action research.
Andy Markwick sheds light on how Year 6 (aged 10-11) children can work scientifically with light and shadows.
The Briggs Rauscher reaction is a simple and relatively inexpensive reaction that illustrates oscillatory behaviour and is often used as a chemical
There is a wide range of teaching opportunities in the chemistry classroom using traditional LEGO bricks.
The Royal Society of Chemistry is developing a framework for a relevant and coherent chemistry curriculum for all students.
The authors describe how children worked with professional scientists to do environmental research in their local river.
Dr Leigh Hoath
A team of year 12 students investigated the likelihood of the various possible causes of death after children had swallowed button batteries
The authors learn through their enthusiasm for fieldwork and biodiversity.
Julian Grant explores the cross-curricular nature of language in scientific recording and how children can waken an audible science world with wor
Keith explores some of the barriers to understanding our chemical environment, covering the areas of atomic particles and burning in particular.
Luke Tilley explores the world of insects and offers ideas on how you can get involved during National Insect Week.