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Issue Title
 
No 7 (2011) Mission to Mars: A one-week introductory project for new physics students Abstract   PDF
Lynn Moran
 
No 9 (2013) Multimedia resources for teaching chemistry Abstract   PDF
Dylan P Williams, Terese Bird, David L Davies
 
No 8 (2012) New Physics Curriculum Abstract   PDF
Lynn Moran
 
No 11 (2016) Nutrition Tea Club; engaging students in reading scientific papers. Abstract   PDF
Ellie Cameron, Rania Hamdi, Aisha Idowu, Hilda Mulrooney
 
No 7 (2011) On the impact of the Bristol ChemLabS’ outreach programme on admissions to the School of Chemistry Abstract   PDF
A J Shaw, T G Harrison, K L Shallcross, S J Williams, D E Shallcross
 
No 4 (2008) Online interactive assessment with short free-text questions and tailored feedback Abstract   PDF
Sally Jordan
 
No 9 (2013) Opportunistic use of students for solving laboratory problems: Twelve heads are better than one Abstract   PDF
Jennifer Anne Jean Burnham
 
No 2 (2006) Outreach activities: A summary for UK university science departments Abstract   PDF
Steve Walker
 
No 3 (2007) Peer assessment Abstract   PDF
Paul Chin
 
No 9 (2013) Peer assisted learning at the Department of Chemistry for home and international students Abstract   PDF
Gita Sedghi
 
No 12 (2017) Peer Knowledge Sharing Outside the Undergraduate STEM Classroom Abstract   PDF
Ashley Gess, Songze Li, Shihao Zhou, Samuel Doak
 
No 11 (2016) Perspectives on motivation and engagement in an extracurricular project Abstract   PDF
Jake Bell, Hilda Mulrooney
 
No 6 (2010) Physics – My way Abstract   PDF
Derek Raine
 
No 14 (2019): New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences (2019) Picture boards as demonstrator aids for pre-practical briefings. Abstract   PDF
Leanne A Blount, Richard A.R. Blackburn
 
No 10 (2014) Placing physics undergraduates into a state of confusion: Why we must deliberately perplex learners during their degree course Abstract   PDF
Vijay Tymms
 
No 1 (2003) Practicing science practice Abstract   PDF
Derek Raine
 
No 1 (2003) Preface Abstract   PDF
Paul Chin, Roger Gladwin
 
No 8 (2012) Preliminary investigations into the selective use of concept maps in teaching introductory physical chemistry to non-chemistry specialist students Abstract   PDF
Julia Percival, Simon Lygo-Baker
 
No 1 (2003) Problem solving case studies in analytical and applied chemistry Abstract   PDF
Simon Belt, Tina Overton, Stephen Summerfield
 
No 6 (2010) Problem-based learning in physics supported by electronic assessment (Mastering Physics) Abstract   PDF
Lynn Moran
 
No 2 (2006) Project LeAP: Learning in astronomy and physics Abstract   PDF
Derek Raine
 
No 5 (2009) Public engagement with a twist Abstract   PDF
Elizabeth Stevenson, Tony Lynch, John Palfrey
 
No 7 (2011) Public engagement with science: Ways of thinking and practicing Abstract   PDF
Elizabeth Stevenson
 
No 12 (2017) Public health teaching in practice, peer learning and partnership working: the Cook School project Abstract   PDF
Amani Al-Saedi, Jake Bell, Alex Boorman, Ellie Cameron, Zoe Castleman, Chamos Flanagan, Cristine Fraser, Jessica Pearson, Alison Philp, Kirsty Robinson, Flavio Silva, Amina Taki, Dareen Tubeileh, Robyn Vosters, Hilda Mary Mulrooney
 
No 10 (2014) Quantum mechanics teaching resources from the Institute of Physics Abstract   PDF
Antje Kohnle, Derek Raine
 
No 10 (2014) Quantum Processes, Systems and Information by Benjamin Schumacher & Michael Westmoreland Abstract   PDF
Antje Kohnle
 
No 11 (2016) R-D-L me this: A simple semi-directed learning approach to teaching first year physics students. Abstract   PDF
Matthew John Mears
 
No 6 (2010) Recording of lectures Abstract   PDF
Graham Wightman
 
No 5 (2009) Reflections on a first time experience of problem-based learning Abstract   PDF
Adilah Shariff
 
No 12 (2017) Research support-oriented MATLAB learning: tackling difficult concepts and promoting personalised learning Abstract   PDF
Chunhua Yang, David Smith
 
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