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From primary to secondary science: keeping the threads intact

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Kirsten Mould shares how she has tried to make the ‘big move’ a positive experience.

Dramatic water: using a drama-based approachto science in the early years

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Maria Kambouri and Anthia Michaelides try using drama and mime with young children in Cyprus to help them understand the water cycle.

Transition – it’s not just for children!

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Leigh Hoath encourages us to think more globally about transition.

The advantages of open-ended investigations

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Emily Mahony makes the transition from student to teacher during a school placement.

An exploration of whole-school assessment systems

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Sarah Earle shares case studies from the Primary Science Teaching Trust College Fellows.

A fossil-based enquiry day stimulates children to think scientifically

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Denise Balmer helps out with planning and running an enquiry day

Playground science

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Learning Outside the Classroom doesn’t always mean ‘doing nature’. Alan Cross and Jon Board explore other possibilities

Professionalism: Why should I consider getting chartered?

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: What it means to gain the professional status of Chartered Science Teacher (CSciTeach)

Using space to inspire and engage children

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Allan Clements and colleagues explain how ESERO-UK can support you when using space as a context to inspire teaching and learning of STEM subjects

Life under the microscope: children’s ideas about microbes

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Michael Allen, Georgina Bridle and Elizabeth Briten present a picture card activity

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