Primary Science number 117
Number 117 - March 2011
|5||Apprenez la science en francais?
The authors explain why integrating the teaching of science and French is not as ridiculous as it may at first sound.
|9|| Meeting the challenges of inclusion
Joanne Hills shares how her college tutor, Neil Rutledge, helped her with practical advice on integrating special educational needs children in science.
|13|| Asking the right questions
Rob Lord encourages EAL children to ask investigable questions in science.
|16|| Spontaneous Species
The arrival of a new webcam and some feathered friends engaged all the children at Lena Proctor's school in some real science enquiry.
|21||Issues in Primary Assessment 3: How summative assessment helps sum up learning
The authors use their third article to discuss summative assessment, its uses, strengths and pitfalls.
|25|| What is PSQM?
Jane Turner and Steven Marshall, scheme leaders, and Heidi Elsmore, a participant, explain more about the Primary Science Quality Mark.
|29||Life on our Shore
The authors learn through their enthusiasm for fieldwork and biodiversity.
|32|| 'Marks tell you how you've done...Comments tell you why'
The authors show how important it is to listen to children's views on assessment.
|36||What will our Earth look like in the future?|