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Searching For Resources
At the moment, the Search Engine will search all of my websites so expect most hits to be for the older version of my website until I have completely transferred all the resources over.
N5ChemTutor App (1.4.1) is under review and should appear on App store in next few days.
This included Topic 4 - Structure & Bonding
Good luck to those sitting Chemistry Exams on 8th May!
N5ChemTutor App (1.3.1) was launched on App store.
This included Topic 3 - Formula & Equation Writing
N5ChemTutor App (1.2.1) was launched on App store.
This included Topic 2 - Atomic Structure and Nuclear Chemistry
N5ChemTutor App (1.1.3) was launched on App store.
This included Topic 1 - Reaction Rates and Investigation Skills
Welcome to (hopefully) the final version of my newest website.
Like my previous website the intention is to use this website as a means of accessing various resources I have created or collected for use with my pupils.
I am more than happy for other Teachers or Students to make use of these resources as well.
A major driving force behind the creation of this new website is the fundamental changes taking place over the next few years in Scotland.
The shift to the new National Courses is a trigger for me to go back and re-evaluate, reorganise and repackage some of my existing resources.
Over the next few years, barring further health problems, I should also be creating many new resources or, at least, new versions. This, I've already started.
New or amended resources will only appear on this website. Resources from the old website that I feel are still relevant will be shifted over.
The rise in popularity of Tablets & Smartphones requires a fundamental change in the way my Website needs to be laid out and the method of presenting many resources.
As an avid user of Flash, it will require probably years to acquire programming skills in alterternatives, but, in the interim, I can convert some of my existing resources into Videos - with an unfortunate loss in quality.
Ever increasing reliance on Videos requires the production of multiple formats to ensure compatibility with the range of devices being used.