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How a relevant and meaningful science curriculum was developed at a school for young people with autism spectrum disorders.
Joanne Hills shares how her college tutor, Neil Rutledge, helped her with practical advice on integrating special educational needs children in sci
The hands-on practical approaches of investigative science are particularly suited to dyslexic children.
In the first of two articles, Mark Hainsworth shares some of the pedagogy and strategies that he has used to help EAL learners with their understan
These images are ideal for stimulating discussion in science topics for students of all ages and for student project work.
Rachael Ashby shows how sign language can help children get to grips with science.
Rebecca Towner-Yates shares a case study where science led the way for learning in her class.
Rob Lord encourages EAL children to ask investigable questions in science.
From her experience of a profoundly deaf child learning science with British Sign Language as her first language, Sally Spicer learnt methods that
How science is an entirely appropriate vehicle to enhance the education of children with special needs.