Using the phenomenon that certain insects can be revived after being submerged in water for hours as a means of motivating students to carry out sc
Manuel Vidal Lopez
The rapidly growing field of epigenetics has transformed biological theory and yet many of us are unaware of its significance; should epigenetics b
This article summarises teachers' views on their knowledge of Darwin and his work, issues they raised regarding teaching Darwin-related activi
This article outlines a successful approach to engaging pupils in decision-making about conservation scenarios, enabling them to share and develop
Sustainability and sustainability education, written by a range of experts in the field, education practitioners and environmental organisations.
Margaret Fleming et al
An overview of the wide range of CLEAPSS workshops and displays presented at the ASE Annual Conference 2018
A biology teacher made use of 'lockdown' time to take photographs of nature in a local park.
Offering opportunities to follow the effects of an invasive species on native trees and the work involved in the necessary pest control.
This article outlines the advantages of using aquatic invertebrates that are easy to rear and maintain – the brine shrimps, Artemia spp.
Teaching about the genetics of intelligence is risky – but might have benefits for students.
Michael J. Reiss
This article examines the characteristics of religions and the possible relationship between science and religion before going on to consider how s
Michael J. Reiss
The idea of using site biodiversity action plans to introduce biodiversity management initiatives into school grounds is outlined.