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Issue: January 2014 131

Extract: 1. Nuffield Primary Science (Science Processes And Concept Exploration) Teachers’ Guides (Written as a result of a research project directed by Paul Black and Wynne Harlen Collins Educational, 1993 (2nd edn, 1995) Out of print but available on STEM Centre website. 2. Both sides of the story: cloning and genetic engineering Nicola Barber 2013

Focus on

Issue: November 2013 130

Notice Board

Issue: November 2013 130

International primary science: what’s in it for us?

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: Mick Dunne and Rania Maklad provide a whistle-stop world tour of primary science in schools and consider the strengths of science in the UK.

A world of learning about science

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: Brenda Keogh and Stuart Naylor share some of their experiences of science learning as they travel the world.

Getting third graders to put on their science ‘thinking caps’

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: Sonali Raje and Elizabeth Bartleson in the USA describe a simple science investigation in which students take charge of their own learning.

The Kolumbus-Kids project in Germany for gifted children

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: Claas Wegner, Lea Minnaert and Friederike Strehlke share their project for managing the challenge of supporting young gifted learners.

The importance of engaging pupils actively in demonstrations

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: Liisa Suomela, Kalle Juuti and Maija Ahtee from Finland provide some ideas, particularly relevant for new teachers, about making demonstrations active rather than passive experiences.

Primary science education in China

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: Gayle Pook offers an insight into the move to reform science teaching to enhance the fast-moving Chinese economy.

Interconnecting with VIPs

Issue: November 2013 130

Extract: An approach to education that centres on science lessons about life and changing lives. Robert Collins describes how it is all interconnected.

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