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Teaching and learning

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This section draws together documents relating to supporting classroom practice.

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You must be a member to download this article Biology Lesson Plan

How does lesson planning in your department reflect your key priorities? Shared by an ASE member from Northern Ireland.

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You must be a member to download this article Reverse mind mapping

What strategies to you use in your department to support students with making connections? Shared by Steve Davis (@steve_sdavis).

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You must be a member to download this article My display, about reading, writing and mathematics in science

This blog by Corrinne Howell CSciTeach (@specialsciteach) shares seven straight forward strategies to help students access the sometimes high literacy demands of science lessons as well as ideas about how science can contribute to improving literacy across the school.
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You must be a member to download this article Using B.U.S.Y. to improve extended answers

How are your students coping with extended answers? Shared by Hayley Thompson (@HThompson1982)

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You must be a member to download this article Examples of marking and feedback

These examples were used to support a science department with marking and feedback. What support do your colleagues receive? Shared by Alastair Gittner (@agittner).

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You must be a member to download this article Using Lego to model nuclear fusion and fission

How could your department use building bricks to support student understanding? How could you use building bricks to check student understanding? Shared by Pete Sanderson (@LessonToolbox).