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Contents and Editorial

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Editor, Geoff Auty, discusses the effect that practical activities have on learning and the extent to which this part of student work could and should be assessed.

Letters

Issue: September 2015 358

Science Note: eaching Mendelian genetics with a virtual Drosophila laboratory

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Mustafa Çakır and Özgür Kıvılcan Dogan

Science Note: Are chemicals good for you? 

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Randal Henly 

What kind of oil are we running out of? What do young people think of when we talk about oil in the classroom?

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Phil Murphy 

Do you have a smoke alarm?

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Randal Henly

Science Note: The strange behaviour of carbon dioxide in latex balloons

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Alan Goodwin 

Science Note: Using corrugated boards to introduce the concept of ‘turning effect of forces’ to less academically inclined students

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Nazir Amir

Promotional feature: Changes to practical assessment in the sciences at A-level

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Changes to the way practical work is assessed at A-level will take place from September 2015. These changes will impact on teaching practices, the assessment of A-levels and the grading of students. There is a wide range of support available from many organisations including ASE, writes the Past Chair Richard Needham.

Theme editorial: Practical work II

Issue: September 2015 358

Author: Michael Reiss

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