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*******chemin10****/ Chemistry Tutor - Learn Chemistry Quickly and Easily with the Right Chemistry Tutor The right chemistry tutor may be the key to your child's high school success. Sooner or later, your child will take high school chemistry, a required course that every college-bound student needs to master. Unlike his/her previous high school classes, however, chemistry may pose a new challenge to your student. Though your high school student may have excelled in science since grade school, chemistry will most likely be his/her first brush with higher level science. Not having had such an experience before, your child can easily get lost before s/he knows it. Further, anyone planning to pursue the advanced sciences, will need to conquer the hurdle known as chemistry. Even adults, who find themselves, in this economy, going back to school, find they have to pass chemistry in order to pursue their chosen field. A good chemistry tutor can be a life saver. A chemistry tutor can help your child approach the advanced field of chemistry by presenting chemistry in manageable and understandable pieces. Chemistry tutoring can make chemistry understandable and enjoyable. Chemistry tutoring can supplement your child's learning in the classroom and ensure that s/he masters content and never falls behind. How will you know when your child needs a chemistry tutor? Perhaps not having needed a tutor before, your child may be the last one to ask you for one. Sometimes as parents, we need to be good detectives. As such, look for the following clues. Is your child's chemistry grade lower than his other grades? Does he avoid his chemistry homework? Has his teacher suggested s/he may be falling behind? Are you home-schooling your child, only to find that the chemistry coursework is a little beyond your comfort zone? What makes a good chemistry tutor? Here are things you should look for in choosing a chemistry tutor. 1. How well does s/he know the subject matter? The better your tutor knows the subject, the more creative s/he can be in teaching the subject to you. There is nothing worse than having a teacher or tutor who is "a chapter ahead." 2. How well does your tutor know pedagogy? How schooled is your tutor in the art of teaching? The more teaching education and experience, the more techniques s/he has at his/her disposal to make chemistry clear and understandable. 3. Does your chemistry tutor communicate well? Do you feel that your chemistry tutor understands yours and your child's needs? Does your tutor report progress effectively? 4. Is your chemistry tutor patient? Does your tutor maintain pace with your child's learning, using a variety of different tools to make learning engaging and effective? Does your tutor merely give you answers, or guide you to find the answers yourself? Even if your child seems to be handling the workload of his new, more challenging chemistry course, chemistry tutoring may be the best way to ensure his/her success. With the ever-increasing competition for college admissions, a chemistry tutor may be just the insurance he needs to truly comprehend chemistry and get the grade he needs to attend the top university of his choice. Find a great chemistry tutor at *******chemin10****/
24 Aug 2011
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Visit *******www.chemistryinnovation****** for more information about this important Knowledge Transfer Network. In 2005-2006 the U.K. government set up Knowledge Transfer Networks (KTNs) to accelerate successful innovation by improving connections and collaborations between industrial sectors, companies and academic groups. The UK chemistry-using industries were recognised as a group of sectors where knowledge transfer was critical to secure a prosperous future. Chemistry Innovation is the KTN who took on the mammoth task of bringing together the diverse and fragmented world of the chemistry-using industries, with an underpinning focus on sustainability, it has never looked back. Its CEO and stakeholders explain to the Telegraph Business Club how its winning formula is helping re-energise the UK chemistry-using industries.
25 Aug 2011
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7 Apr 2012
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International Year Of Chemistry
8 Apr 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: 'Acids, Bases and Salts' By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Acids and bases - Making salts - Carboxylic acids GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry Revision: Alcohols and Esters By the end of this topic you'll be able to describe: - the general structure of alcohols and esters - the properties and uses of alcohol and esters - how they alcohols and esters are made GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Atoms, Elements and Compounds By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Atoms, elements and compounds - Atomic structure - Isotopes GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Building Materials By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Limestone - Carbonates - Construction materials GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Calculations in Chemistry By the end of this topic you will have covered: - RAM - Calculating formulae - Moles - Gas volumes - Atom economy - Yield in reactions GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Chemical Reactions By the end of the topic you will have covered: - Reversible reactions - Making ammonia (Haber process) GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Crude Oil and Fuels By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Crude oil - Fractional distillation of oil - Burning fuels - Alternative fuels - Cracking hydrocarbons - Polymers GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Earth and Atmosphere By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Structure of the Earth - Rock cycles - The atmosphere - Effects of human activites GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Electrolysis By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Electrolysis - Electrolysis calculations - Chemistry and uses of sodium chloride GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Food Chemistry By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Saturated and unsaturated oils - Emulsions GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Obtaining and Using Metals By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Extracting metals - Extracting iron - Extracting copper - Extracting aluminium - Properties and use of metals GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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GCSE Chemistry module: Periodic Table By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Development of the Periodic Table - Atomic structure and the Periodic Table - Group 1 Alkali Metals - Group 7 Halogens - Transition Elements - Group 0 Noble Gases GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/products/gcse-chemistry To find out more and to start a free trial visit: *******www.learnerscloud****/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision
21 Dec 2012
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