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Royal Society of Chemistry | Advancing excellence in the chemical sciences

Royal Society of Chemistry | Advancing excellence in the chemical sciences | technologies | Scoop.it
A worldwide network of members and an international publishing business. Join the RSC to help advance the chemical sciences.
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This RSC (not the one I work for) is the largest non-government supporter of chemistry education in the UK. Their activities encompass formal and informal education from the cradle to the grave and are grouped into three key areas:
   - Schools and colleges
   - Higher Education (HE)
   - Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
They support the teaching of chemistry within the post-16 phases and their resources and materials are sent free to colleges in the UK and Ireland.
They also encourage initiatives to attract learners to the chemical sciences from all parts of society and raise awareness of potential careers. An advisory service and a variety of careers publications for learners and practitioners are available.
Note: Education in Chemistry is their bimonthly magazine produced for practitioners that includes a pupil supplement aimed at 14 - 18 year olds. This is also sent free to colleges and universities throughout the UK and Ireland.

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Alfio Gangemi's curator insight, April 29, 2015 9:42 PM

This looks to be a fantastic resource for chemistry teachers. It has ideas for experiments and tools for calculation converters as well as teaching and tutoring help links. I believe this would help the teacher create more time to plan as because it seems to contain quite thorough and detailed information there is the potential that the teach would not have to look any further.

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DOAJ -- Directory of Open Access Journals

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If learners don’t have access to a "college library" they should try this Directory of Open Access Journals. They may be surprised at how many journals provide free access. For focused research or simple browsing, there’s much to learn via this site.

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Innovate My School

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Innovate My School motivates teachers to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively and, most importantly, stay informed.
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Innovate My School is a global community for discovering, sharing, and promoting the latest innovation in education.
From exciting new products and services to inspirational teaching and learning practices, Innovate My School motivates teachers to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively and, most importantly, stay informed.

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Teaching Technology

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Teaching Technology - a free quarterly ICT magazine for practitioners...

 

Teaching Technology features information about the latest technology with ideas to show how they can be best used in a learning environment.

 

Issue 6 includes information about 3D learning technologies, digital signage, video walls and a case study about the use of iPads in a learning environment.

 

Archives of earlier publications are also available.

 

Did I mention Issue 6 also includes free prize draws to win audio-visual equipment for UK educational establishments.

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