A new edition of the 'ASE Guide to Primary Science Education' is due out in January 2018. This article gives a summary of every chapter in this flagship ASE publication for anyone interested in primary science education.
The book, edited by Natasha Serret and Sarah Earle, is divided into three sections:
- Why teach primary science?
- How do I teach?
- Whole school approaches
To give you a taster of what’s inside this fascinating book, written by expert practitioners in the field, we outline each chapter below, using extracts from the introduction to each chapter.
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