An update for the Publications Committee.
A conference on this issue run by the Royal Society and supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, held on 12th October 2016, was set up specia
As expenditure on school resources is now at its lowest point since the Great Recession, school science equipment in particular is under-funded.
Completion rates for long-form questions with and without bullet-point prompts are compared.
Elizabeth C. Davis-Berg
Problems in planning and implementation of a formative assessment task may result in loss of its learning potential.
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
The relationship between school science technicians and teachers is crucial to the delivery of high quality science in our schools.
Philosophical dialogue, facilitated by teachers, can help students to think and argue and make connections between science, their own ideas and int
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
For many teachers of science, there is great variation in the quantity and quality of continuing professional development (CPD) in which they are a
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