Transforming teaching and learning in key stage 3 science

This book supports trainee and qualified science teachers in the implementation of the new Key Stage 3 science strategy, a national requirement from September 2002.

The first section offers a concise explanation of the key aspects of the strategy and looks at the strengths and weaknesses of a variety of teaching and learning strategies to help motivate and inspire pupils; the second provides a range of highly effective ideas for teachers to incorporate the framework quickly and easily into their teaching.

It also includes activities and practical tasks to encourage teachers to reflect on the effectiveness of different teaching approaches.

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Author(s)Ken Mannion, Marilyn Brodie, Richard Needham, Andy Bullough
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