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Embedding assessment to improve learning

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Mary Whitehouse

Extract: Planning teaching so that assessment is progressive and expectations from students have clear targets from the start.

How schools are using action research on practical work, new technologies and research and development to improve student outcomes

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Carol Davenport with Ali Redmore, Mary Rees, Matt Hamilton, David Struthers, Jules Gordon, Sarah Torrance and Julie Jordan

Extract: A set of different presentations with the same aims.

Outdoor learning and sustainability education

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Margaret Fleming and Richard Dawson

Extract: Two ways of introducing sustainable development into science lessons.

Supporting Scotland’s STEM education and culture

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Stuart Farmer

Extract: A summary of the education system in Scotland now and in the future with particular regard to science.

Turning a programme of study into an engaging scheme of learning: whose job was it to bring the sparklers to the party?

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Ed Walsh

Extract: We are seeing the evolution of a new structure for education, but who has responsibility for the details?

Teaching science with mobile technology

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Richard Needham

Extract: A brief look at some of the many apps now available, and how to use them in class.

ASE’s Summer Celebration Conference: the Editor’s view

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Geoff Auty

Extract: The experience of the conference from one delegate who had the opportunity to play the part of a press reporter.

Field studies for key stage 4 on mine water pollution: a university and museum collaboration

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Jeremy D. Hopwood, Stuart D. Berry and Jayne L. Ambrose

Extract: Universities and museums have much to offer each other in enriching students’ perceptions of science in the context of their local industrial heritage

CHEMopera for chemistry education

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Yong Hee Chung

Extract: A musical entertainment to encourage participation in chemistry.

A short history of the discovery of isotopes (and some of their uses)

Issue: December 2013 351

Author: Dave Scott

Extract: Problem solving at the heart of the discovery and certain uses of isotopes

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