My name is Adam Boxer and I teach chemistry at a (great) school in North London. Obviously my views are my own, and I doubt anybody else would want to claim them anyway.
I write about science education, cognitive science, evidence-based practice and whatever else comes to mind. At some point I will try and organise the blog a bit more, but in the meantime it may be easiest if you just use the search function to look for the kind of thing you are interested in. There is a page which you can access above with all my resources collated. They are all absolutely free, but if you want to say thank you click here.
I’d also invite you to join #CogSciSci, a grassroots collective of >600 science teachers looking to support each other in implementing science teaching based on the cognitive sciences. You can read more about us here.
I’ve been lucky enough to do quite a bit of training and speaking too so if you’re interested in getting in touch about that please use the contact page. We also take a lot of visitors at my school so let me know if you are interested.
Things which I write on and you may want to search:
Evidence, practicals, cognitive science, cognitive load theory, retrieval practice, curriculum, key stage 3 (KS3)