Tips on how to sit successfully through the Chemistry Teacher interview R. Zahra (Education Officer – Chemistry) Interviews can be self-development experiences in which you grow professionally. They should not be something you fear but should be occasions where you can market yourself and the skills, competencies and positive attitudes that you can offer. In […]
The data for this report is based on the examination results of the following Colleges: Gozo College, Maria Regina College, St. Benedict College, St. Clare College, St. Gorg Preca College, St. Ignatius College, St. Margaret College, St. Therese College and St. Thomas More College. This report gives a global view as to how the students […]
You might not be aware but magnesium does react with water! Take a look at the video embedded below:
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Watch this documentary about the breakthroughs in Chemistry.
Here’s a documentary about chemistry. It’s quite fun to watch but there are at least 3 mistakes. Can you spot them? If you manage to do so, write a comment! (Hint – somewhere near 1 min 20s)
a website that makes teachers’ and students’ lives easier Having been inspired by a talk on TED.com about the use of games in teaching and as I was searching the internet for any websites that might be useful, I came across this great website. Zondle.com is for free and it offers a platform where teachers […]
ORGANIZING AND ORIENTING FOR INSTRUCTION Some teachers plan at home, and others work after school, crafting unit plans that incorporate various objectives. Regardless where or how teachers plan and organize for instruction, the evidence of effective work is seen in the classroom. An observer in the classroom of an effective teacher can quickly understand the […]
Planning is essential for good teaching, as it allows the teacher to match the best teaching strategies to suit his/ her class. It also facilitates the achievement of teaching intentions and the professional critical reflective process of teachers. The presentation below details a few simple steps that can help guide a chemistry teacher when planning […]
All chemistry students are familiar with the famous Avogadro’s number. But how did this number come about, and who was Avogadro? Listen to this video excerpt from Bill Bryson’s famous book, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything.’