Our aim is to LISTEN to ASE members and ACT on concerns in a way that SUPPORTS members to empower students, including low attainers, to learn scien
Questionnaires were completed by 5044 12-year-old pupils in Oxfordshire state schools and initially used to identify classes where the pupils were
Questionnaire responses from 5044 year 8 (age 12 years) pupils in Oxfordshire state schools were used to identify'exemplary' science teac
Considering the background to the gap between current science education and the drive for inclusive education
The impact of home and school on early years scientific development.
To focus attention on the processes and outcomes of learning rather than specific subject requirements, an in-school 'learning group' of
Teachers are fascinated by neuroscience as they feel that it has the potential to improve their teaching practice.
The English National Curriculum Programmes of Study emphasise the importance of knowledge, understanding and skills, and teachers are well versed i
The research questions a teacher would ask of neuroscience require answers researched within a typical classroom context.
Part 1 in this four-part series of articles discussed Piaget's theories of learning and development (Crossland, 2016).