The Association for Science Education

Primary Science issues released in 2014

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September 2014 (Issue 134) - ASE's Primary Science Publication - published five times a year. The journal explores ideas that support effective practice in science education focused at the primary school level through transition to early secondary education. This issue's theme is 'Electrickery' with features on teaching big ideas of electricity, suggestions for fun ways to teach about circuits and magnetism.

Primary Science - 134Primary Science - 134

September 2014 (Issue 134) - ASE's Primary Science Publication - published five times a year. The journal explores ideas that support effective practice in science education focused at the primary school level through transition to early secondary education. This issue looks at thinking in science with features on creative thinking, neuroscience, visual learning and story science.

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May/June 2014 - a FREE downloadable special issue that focuses on changes to the new national curriculum and the support available from ASE, young science ambassadors, PSQM, Primary Science Teaching Trust and other subject associations. Explore cross-curriculum links and find out about changes to assessment. The issue includes a special supplement with a focused article on working scientifically with enquiry. Download now!

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The March/April special "out and about" issue of Primary Science(PS) takes learning outdoors. Features explore the world of insects, the outdoor classroom and the new curriculum. Other articles focus on learning about weather, using visualisation to enhance lessons and dramatic science.

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The Janaury 2014 special issue of Primary Science(PS) looks at teaching evolution. Features focus on important topics for primary schools; evolution and religion and understanding adaptation. Other articles explore flexible expectations of learning outcomes in science and taking a child-centred approach to teaching.