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Learning science through creating of simple animations in both primary and secondary schools

Issue: June 2016 361

Author: Jocelyn Wishart

Extract: Students’ and teachers’ views on creating simple stop-motion animations as a means of learning about a range of different science concepts.

Reviews

Issue: June 2016 361

Extract: - Cosmosapiens: Human Evolution from the Origin of the Universe John Hands - The History of Chemistry – A Very Short Introduction William H. Brock - The Chemistry Book – from Gunpowder to Graphene Derek B. Lowe - Science for Life: A Manual for Better Living Brian Clegg - The Science of Everyday Life: Why Teapots Dribble, Toast Burns and Light Bulbs Shine Marty Jopson - Teaching for Conceptual Understanding in Science Richard Konicek-Moran and Page Keeley - The BSCS 5E instructional Model: Creating Teachable Moments Rodger W. Bybee

Science Websearch

Issue: June 2016 361

Index

Issue: June 2016 361

Special Issues

Issue: June 2016 361

Contents and Editorial

Issue: March 2016 360

Science Note: Organic chemistry and orbitals: SN2 mechanism and condensation in acyl chlorides

Issue: March 2016 360

Author: Christopher Talbot

Science Note:A simple physical model to demonstrate red and blue shift

Issue: March 2016 360

Author: Rebecca Wainwright

Science Note: Helpdesk

Issue: March 2016 360

Theme editorial: Mathematics in science

Issue: March 2016 360

Author: Richard Needham

Extract: Mathematics in science has been given greater prominence in recent curriculum and specification changes. Yet teachers have long been concerned about the difficulties their students experience when transferring what they learn in their mathematics lessons into the science classroom.

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