Illustrating the angles subtended at the eye by one lamp and the image of the other as seen in the mirror.
A short article based on an extract from Topics in Safety, Topic 17 (Electricity), which is freely available to Association for Science Education (
ASE Health and Safety Group
In this article we show how similar principles can be used to move a polystyrene ball in a circular path.
Ally Bull, with the NZCER science education team, shares a New Zealand example of how science assessment could be developed to assess thinking in s
At St Michael's RC School, we aim to develop in our students an understanding of the importance of scientific knowledge through the delivery o
Chris and Sally start off a three-part series looking at the issues of assessment that teachers face in the classroom.
Assessment for learning: how and why it works in primary classrooms.
The authors use their third article to discuss summative assessment, its uses, strengths and pitfalls.
Claire summarises which Assessment for Learning strategies are particularly relevant to primary science teaching and learning and describes how the
Matter can be described and explained in a number of ways, using models of increasing complexity depending on the intended audience.
The authors show how important it is to listen to children's views on assessment.
The nature of light and how it is affected by gravity is discussed.