Sarah shares her experience of working with children she has never met before and will only meet for 20 minutes of their lives.
Case studies from the Primary Science Teaching Trust College Fellows; exploring whole-school assessment.
Sarah Earle, TAPS project lead, explains how this supports teacher assessment.
Sarah Earle pulls together this special issue and shows that TAPS is not just for teachers, but also for the learners through the voices of Science
How science is an entirely appropriate vehicle to enhance the education of children with special needs.
During her final year as a student at Nottingham Trent University, Siobhan Tolson considered how to support 7-year-olds in working critically with
The authors discuss how images can affect the quality of children's talk about the world around them.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe
Terry and Linda present their developmental perspective on the teaching and learning of evolution.
Terry Russell and Linda McGuigan provide an update on their classroom research into the teaching and learning of evolution and inheritance.
In this article we look at where science is hiding within the lines of poetry and how that can encourage greater obsevation skills.
The purpose of the author's research is to gain, from a sociocultural perspective, a greater understanding of science interests as part of children
This study explores the social situatedness of children's relationship with science, and examines the symbolic meaning of their interests, the cult