Triple Science : Equitable or Elitist?
Education in Science - Issue 273 out now!
This issue investigates different routes at GCSE science. Is triple science creating inequality of opportunity? Are we setting our students off on different routes with the knowledge that they do not have a chance of ever reaching the same summit?
The feature article is led by Dr Yeasmin Mortuza who is a member of the ASE London Region with contributions from other thought leaders. Yeasmin is an independent educational consultant specialising in secondary science. She has been a triple science adviser for seven years, under the DfE funded triple science support programme. This article features anonymised data from schools with which Yeasmin has worked. (Follow Yeasmin on Twitter: @YeasminMortuza)
This issue is is a brand new format and we'd love to hear your thoughts!
The issue also features:
- Why we need to enhance support for science technicians - by Chris Colclough CSciTeach, Past Chair of ASE 2016/17
- How to: Run a technicians’ network - by Stacey Wheeler, a science technician at Carlton le Willows Academy in Nottingham
- Hands up! Educational knowledge through research - by Alastair Gittner CSciTeach, Research Lead at the Hallam TSA, Notre Dame School, Sheffield and a member of the ASE Research Group. (Follow Alastair on Twitter: @agittner)
Education in Science is the house magazine of The Association for Science Education issued to all members. Join the debate! If you would like to receive the magazine, please consider becoming a member.