Becta Science Resources
In recent years, the ASE has worked closely with Becta to support the effective use of ICT in learning and teaching science. Many of the following resources were produced by ASE for Becta. The Becta website closed on January 31, 2011. On this page you can find a selection of science education resources from the Becta website.
Hard To Teach (2008) - Ideas for teaching difficult science topics using ICT
Case studies written by outstanding practitioners in the use of ICT in science teaching.
Science Symbols in Different Languages (1985)
- Starter for Ten (March 2008) – Ten sets of ten web links to cover different aspects of science teaching
- ICT in Primary Science: A Pupil’s Entitlement (April 2009) – ICT in Primary Science contains a range of different uses of ICT that are mapped against different aspects of How Science Works
- ICT in Secondary Science: A Pupil’s Entitlement (April 2009) – ICT in Secondary Science contains a range of different uses of ICT that are mapped against different aspects of How Science Works
- Home Learning: Science (February 2008) – Web based science learning activities for pupils that could be used successfully at home. A list of 14 activity-based learning websites for KS3.
- The 21st Century Teacher: Science (March 2010) – Descriptions and case studies of a variety of tasks and approaches, using ICT, that are relevant to science teachers
These materials have been provided on a non-exclusive basis under the new Open Government License and the UK Government Licensing Framework to enable and encourage the free use of government information covered by Crown copyright and database rights. All existing Becta copyright statements are superseded by this provision. For further information see: http://reference.data.gov.uk/id/open-government-licence.