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Welsh Chemistry Teachers' Conference. Cynhadledd Athrawon Cemeg Cymru.

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Swansea University Chemistry Department

Singleton Campus

Swansea University

Swansea

SA28PP

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Following the success of our 2017 Chemistry Teacher Conference in Wales, the Royal Society of Chemistry in partnership with Swansea University are offering a free day of presentations, discussions and workshops for teachers of chemistry. The conference is open to all teachers, technicians, newly qualified teachers and trainee teachers.

This year's theme is Transition - from GCSE to A-level and from A-level to University.
Come along and discuss issues relevant to your own class teaching, discover the latest developments in chemical science research and learn more about the support and resources available to help you teach chemistry.

Outcomes
At this conference you will:
· network and share good practice with other teachers of chemistry,
· develop and update your knowledge through discussion with scientists involved in cutting edge research, and
· discover a range of enriching resources to help stimulate students’ enthusiasm for chemistry.

Funding
Teachers from UK state funded schools, academies and colleges are eligible for a £150 ENTHUSE Bursary thanks to STEM Learning Ltd. You will be sent the link to apply for the bursary along with your confirmation of registration.



Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Please contact us if you have any dietary or accessibility requirements.



This conference is one of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Learn Chemistry Partnership events. The Learn Chemistry Partnership is a free programme which enables schools to connect to us and make the most of our activities and resources.
http://www.rsc.org/membership-and-community/supporting-organisations/#schools-colleges

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