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Inspiring girls in STEM subjects

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Jane Elson is working to help girls feel more confident in pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or maths.

Reviews

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: - Technology for fun 1: 30 design and make projects - Technology for fun 2: 14 battery powered design and make projects - Physics for fun: 30 design and make projects - Research on the edge: Space

Contents

Issue: November 2015 140

Focus on...

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: ‘Into the melting pot!’ – what will you throw in? When we asked that question we received many and varied responses as you can imagine. One super one, if you are looking at your primary science assessment practice, is on the TAPS project (Teacher Assessment in Primary Science)...

Notice Board

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: - ASE Annual Conference 2016 - BETT 2016 - Brenda Keogh Primary Science Award - Introducing the new Association Chair

Reflections on the use of tablet technology

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: Nicki Wise, Deb McGregor and James Bird describe the impact of using iPads to help children aged 8 and 9 think about materials.

Introducing evolution into the primary curriculum

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: Stuart Scrase, a year 6 teacher and the science coordinator at a Tower Hamlet’s Primary School, reflects on teaching evolution for the first time.

Freshly squeezed? I prefer concentrated!

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: Amy Strachan on the dangers of squeezing science in the curriculum and how to inject science throughout the timetable.

Making marble tracks can involve lots of fun as well as STEM learning

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: Bert Nagel explains how it is possible to have 20 or more marble tracks running for several weeks in your classroom.

Science swap shop

Issue: November 2015 140

Extract: Four-page pull-out for sharing activity ideas that can be photocopied and used in class or taken home.

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