Over 20 years ago, Rosalind Driver published three key texts that provided rich and informative descriptions of the ideas that children held about
This article aims to highlight some of the events in the Science Education Research series of presentations at the 2012 ASE Annual Conference.
This paper suggests a model of classroom delivery and transformative pedagogy of teaching primary science based on archetypes of 'clown'
There was something for everyone related to research at the ASE Annual Conference this year, whether a primary or secondary school science teacher,
This paper draws on findings from educational neuroscience to provide insights into the role of cognitive inhibition in relation to overcoming misc
How a relevant and meaningful science curriculum was developed at a school for young people with autism spectrum disorders.
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Activation energies form an energy barrier to a chemical reaction taking place. Simple collision theory, i.e.
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A key thought when considering what we mean by transition is that over time the words ‘transfer’ and ‘transition’ have been used almost interchange
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