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Contents and Editorial

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Geoff Auty, SSR Editor

Science Note: Estimating the rate of tropical deforestation in the Amazon using freely available Google Earth images and quadrat techniques

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Stephen Rowcliffe

Science Note: Weak dispersion forces?

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Jon Chui and John Green

Is this the end of the English tradition of practical A-level science?

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Ian Carter

Extract: A look at the potential future of practical A-level science in the light of new Department for Education guidance.

Theme editorial: The importance of STEM: science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Gill Collinson

The view from schools on provision of careers information, advice and guidance in STEM subjects

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Gill Collinson

Extract: The recent history of careers information, advice and guidance (IAG) and recent recommendations for STEM-specific careers IAG.

Planning a whole-school approach to STEM

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Becca Knowles

Extract: The benefits of a coordinated whole-school approach to STEM, and details of planning tools available to help schools.

The benefits of using engineering as a context for science lessons

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Gemma Taylor

Extract: Exploring the benefits of setting secondary-level science education within a real-life context, and how the teaching of ‘real world’ science can be supported in the curriculum.

Using space as a context to enrich the teaching and learning of STEM subjects

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Allan Clements, Jeremy Curtis, Libby Jackson and Tom Lyons

Extract: A look at resources that are available and how Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station can provide an exciting context for space-related education activities.

A wealth of resources to support the acquisition of subject knowledge

Issue: November 2014 355

Author: Karen Hornby

Extract: Exploring how teachers can acquire and extend their subject knowledge throughout their careers, and a review of the resources available from the National STEM Centre eLibrary to help teachers successfully demonstrate scientific concepts in the classroom.

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