|23||Biology fun at Christmas|
|29||Using urban green space to teach science|
|37||The cardiac-surgery observation dome enhances students’ awareness of disease risk factors|
|45||Children’s ideas about commercial electricity generation|
|53||Energy and structure in the world of matter|
|59||Explaining features of the Sun’s path|
|67||Half-an-hour per day except on Saturdays and Sundays!|
|71||What earth science might form the core of a new earth/environmental science GCSE?|
|79||Forensic geology: getting geological principles and practices into the classroom|
|83||21st century science clubs: enhancing the curriculum|
|91|| The impact of drama on pupils’ learning in science
How do drama-based teaching methods affect pupils’ attainment and attitudes in science?
|103|| Argue-WISE: using technology to support argumentation in science
A specially designed online learning environment to engage key stage 3 and 4 students in argumentation on socio-scientifi c issues
|111|| Teaching science – how can we be more effective?
Science is fascinating. Can we change our teaching techniques to make science more appealing to the general population?
|119||Do we know how science works? A brief history of the scientific method|
|144||Notes for contributors|
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