How the difficulty teachers were experiencing in demonstrating the preparation of iron(II) sulfide to students was solved through action research.
An update for the Publications Committee.
Looking beyond the sticky notes and marker pens that are often standard issue on one-day courses, we are inspired to take back ideas and strategies
The impact of recent curriculum and assessment changes on primary science in Northern Ireland.
Aine discusses the impact of shared leadership in primary science and how the practice was developed in her school setting.
Alan Haigh discusses why we need to teach children to think and how best to do it.
Alan offers some thoughts about questioning and how to achieve more 'penny drop' moments with learners - part of a new 'Think' series.
The Art of Nose Blowing. Alan Peacock asks why primary science in England never seems to get much better.
Science teachers are more likely to leave the profession than colleagues in other subjects, hence supporting their wellbeing should be a priority.
This article describes two strands of the authors' work: a novel approach to supporting the wellbeing of trainee secondary science teachers; and in
Alison Peacock describes a journey of dramatic school improvement inspired by an alternative, transformative approach to learning that centres on f
Amanda Poole looks at how the science capital teaching approach can be used to build science capital when teaching electricity in primary schools.