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No 8 (2012) A blended-learning approach to supporting students in organic chemistry: Methodology and outcomes Abstract   PDF
Richard C D Brown, Jeremy D Hinks, David Read
 
No 8 (2012) A case study exploring students’ problem-solving strategies in a PBL chemistry task Abstract   PDF
Orla Kelly, James Lovatt
 
No 2 (2006) A case study in Green chemistry: Developing replacements for CFCs Abstract   PDF
Tina Overton, Simon Hodgson, Alan Heaton, Richard Powell
 
No 1 (2003) A chemistry scale-up exercise Abstract   PDF
Martin J Pitt
 
No 8 (2012) A clerical error provides a unique opportunity to study the effect of previously seen exam questions on exam results Abstract   PDF
T J Prior, M Lorch
 
No 1 (2003) A computer program to simulate NMR multiplets Abstract   PDF
Bruce W Tattershall
 
No 5 (2009) A legacy for chemistry education Abstract   PDF
Jo Tunney
 
No 9 (2013) A measurement of quantum fears Abstract   PDF
JR Chapman, SO Hunt, NR Walet
 
No 2 (2006) A resource for introducing molecular modelling into the undergraduate chemistry curriculum Abstract   PDF
Patrick J O’Malley
 
No 8 (2012) A view of first year transition from Down Under Abstract   PDF
Simon B Bedford, Glennys O'Brien
 
No 11 (2016) An evaluation of a STEM summer undergraduate research internship scheme: student-perceived learning gains Abstract   PDF
Neil Williams, Humma Hussain, Pinali Manojkumar, Asim Thapa
 
No 4 (2008) An integrated approach to encourage student-centered learning: A first course in dynamics Abstract   PDF
Marion Birch, Niels Walet
 
No 3 (2007) An introduction to communicating science Abstract   PDF
Sophy Kant, Julian Walsh, Christopher R Hall, Alison Rodger, Gareth Mitchell
 
No 11 (2016) An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM teaching Abstract   PDF
Simon Lancaster
 
No 9 (2013) An Introduction to the Chemistry of the Sea (2nd. ed.) by Michael EQ Pilson Abstract   PDF
Simon Rees
 
No 6 (2010) An introduction to the recent literature on approaches to work-based learning Abstract   PDF
Tom Lemanski, Ruth Mewis, Tina Overton
 
No 4 (2008) An investigation to determine the impact of concept mapping on learning in an undergraduate physics course Abstract   PDF
Joanne Broggy, George McClelland
 
No 13 (2018) Approaches to Measuring Attendance and Engagement Abstract   PDF
Neil Andrew Gordon, Simon Grey
 
No 5 (2009) Asking the right questions: Developing diagnostic tests in undergraduate physics Abstract   PDF
Rachel Archer, Simon Bates
 
No 10 (2014) Assessing the status of fundamental chemistry knowledge Using a visually displayed chemistry diagnostic test Abstract   PDF
Suzanne Fergus, Geeta Hitch
 
No 3 (2007) Assistive learning and research mentoring schemes Abstract   PDF
James Davis
 
No 7 (2011) Ausubel’s principle of prior knowledge in first year mechanics Abstract   PDF
David Sands
 
No 12 (2017) BYOD strategies in higher education: current knowledge, students’ perspectives, and challenges. Abstract   PDF
Alessandro Siani
 
No 9 (2013) Can I have a word please: Strategies to enhance understanding of subject specific language in chemistry by international and non-traditional students Abstract   PDF
Simon Rees, Megan Bruce, Sam Nolan
 
No 1 (2003) ChemEnterprise SLP Abstract   PDF
Brian Grievson, Nigel Lowe, Alan Rose
 
No 11 (2016) Chemistry Student Perceptions of Transferable & Workplace Skills Development Abstract   PDF
Dylan P Williams, Sandeep Handa
 
No 8 (2012) Clarifications and corrections Abstract   PDF
David Read
 
No 6 (2010) Closing the feedback loop for clicker questions Abstract   PDF
Simon Bates, Keith Brunton
 
No 6 (2010) Cognitive psychology and problem solving in the physical sciences Abstract   PDF
David Sands, Tina Overton
 
No 6 (2010) Combining a Tablet personal computer and screencasting for chemistry teaching Abstract   PDF
Patrick J O’Malley
 
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