Technicians and teachers a crucial relationship in the delivery of school science
Issue 269 | Page 8 | Published Sep 2017
The relationship between school science technicians and teachers is crucial to the delivery of high quality science in our schools. The planning and delivery of practical lessons is a team effort, with teachers and technicians working closely together. As'practical lessons and learning outside the classroom are essential contributors to a good science education' (House of Commons, 2010/12), this working relationship has to be productive and successful to achieve the best possible education for our pupils.
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