Declan Fleming is an RSC School Teacher Fellow (at the University of Bath), a secondary chemistry teacher and freelance science communicator

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Tasty Stoichiometry

Tasty Stoichiometry

Background This year we’ve ended up teaching the the mole just after the acids and bases work (we’ve tagged together the C2 and C3 stuff from the AQA GCSE chemistry course). I started off covering the basics and before we got too far into producing salts and doing titrations I thought it was worthwhile skipping...
Organic Mechanism Transition Resource

Organic Mechanism Transition Resource

What is this? This is an Open Educational Resource designed to summarise key concepts in organic mechanism that are required for entry to an undergraduate course. The resource is designed for first year undergraduates or able A-level students in mind and it revisits ideas from A-level. It also begins to show how they are applied...
Entropy and Free Energy Transition Resource

Entropy and Free Energy Transition Resource

What is this? This is an Open Educational Resource designed to summarise key concepts in entropy and free energy that are required for entry to an undergraduate course. The resource is designed for first year undergraduates or able A-level students in mind and it revisits ideas from A-level. It also begins to show how they...
Organic Acids and Bases Transition Resource

Organic Acids and Bases Transition Resource

What is this? This is an Open Educational Resource designed to summarise key concepts in acid-base chemistry that are required for entry to an undergraduate course. The resource is designed for first year undergraduates or able A-level students in mind and it revisits ideas from A-level. It also begins to show how they are applied...
Dynamic Equilibrium Transition Resource

Dynamic Equilibrium Transition Resource

What is this? This is an Open Educational Resource designed to summarise key concepts in equilibrium that are required for entry to an undergraduate course. The resource is designed for first year undergraduates or able A-level students in mind and it revisits ideas from A-level. It also begins to show how they are applied early...