As expenditure on school resources is now at its lowest point since the Great Recession, school science equipment in particular is under-funded.
Physics, chemistry, biology...the practical science workshop run by BESA and ASE at Liverpool explored it all!
An exploration of three techniques designed to use the concept of incorrect or wrong solutions to stimulate critical analysis of mathematical princ
John J. Turner
This activity describes how students can use acid–base titrimetry to investigate how adding salt to the aqueous phase may change the value of the p
With continuing interest in how science students’ practical abilities can be measured, can virtual approaches provide the solution to the problem?
What does effective ‘Environmental’ or ‘Sustainability Education’ look like? How does this link to best practice STEM education?
This article outlines how science and drama work well together, providing a creative outlet for science ideas and discussion, which can be adopted
Considering societal demands for science education over the last 50 years and how the curriculum has responded suggests what is needed to meet toda
Peter J. Fensham
Chemiluminescence has long been a source of fascination for chemists and provides an engaging avenue to explore organic chemistry, chemical kinetic
Roger D. Nixon
An account of a school visit to an exhibition featuring particle accelerators, lasers and X-ray equipment to illustrate careers options in modern s
Estimating the rate of tropical deforestation in the Amazon using freely available Google Earth images and quadrat techniques