Using strategies ranging from notebooks to deeper questioning, teachers can break down a given lesson plan to increase opportunities for students t
Timothy A. Goodale
Can children use tablets to record their investigations while they are still 'in the thick' of them, and also provide valuable assessment
In this article we look at where science is hiding within the lines of poetry and how that can encourage greater obsevation skills.
Two major sessions at the 2013 ASE Summer Celebration Conference in Hatfield offered teachers (and other educators) the chance to debate and define
Wynne looks back at how research has helped shape teaching today.
CHEMopera is an opera blended with demonstrations of chemical reactions.
Yong Hee Chung
The purpose of the author's research is to gain, from a sociocultural perspective, a greater understanding of science interests as part of children
The new National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages 5-11), to be implemented from September 2014, also makes the distinction between science c
This study explores the social situatedness of children's relationship with science, and examines the symbolic meaning of their interests, the cult
The inclusion of special educational needs and disabled (SEND) students in the classrooms of mainstream schools can be a cause of concern for the t