Primary Science number 110
Number 110 - November 2009
|3||Focus on... curriculum change and ICT|
|4|| The Rose review and the Association of Science Education
The essence of the ASE's response to the final report of the Rose review of the primary curriculum in England is set out by members of the group who produced it.
|9|| The art of chemistry
The authors share how bringing together chemistry, art and literacy can inspire creativity and provoke curiosity.
|14||PCs: a force for evaluation
Robert and Moira show how trainees have provided an effective way of evaluating online activities for science learning.
|19|| Changing times for primary science
A digest from Zoe of the views of the network of Science Learning Centres on the proposed new primary curriculum for science in England.
|21|| Dealing with change: a Northern Ireland perspective
Karen talks to Joan Shine, a science adviser who works with the 'World Around Us' learning area in Northern Ireland.
|22||Doll's House Science
Bob shows how Jack, Morag and Hector saved the planet!
|25|| Thoughts of changes to the primary curriculum
Colleagues from the Centre for Science Education, Sheffield Hallam University, explore their thinking on the current changes to the primary science curriculum for England in relation to the Rose review.
|28|| Interactive Tools 'Voted a Success'
Michele shows how electronic voting devices can prove a useful and manageable tool in science activities and assessment.
|31|| The most marvellous of substances
Ian gives us an insight into the substance that is not only most abundant on Earth, but also one of the most remarkable.
|34|| Unlocking your potential with coaching
Jenni and Chris describe how they have used 'coaching' as a personal development tool.