Effective learning in science

This book is ideal for any science department aiming to increase performance and improve results, looking at how to identify areas for review within the department and how to plan and implement effective learning activities within the context of science.

What the book covers:

  • Planning for effective learning within the context of science
  • How effective learning in science can be supported in the classroom
  • Assessment of the aims and purposes in teaching science
  • Effective use of resources to support effective learning, and other management issues
  • How to develop a departmental plan for improving schemes of work, resources and classroom strategies.

'Effective learning in science' is the fifth title in a series of books which focus on practical and useful ideas for both individual school teachers and departments. The series addresses the issues of whole school improvement and new knowledge about teaching and learning, and offers straightforward solutions which teachers can use to make life more rewarding for those they teach.

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Author(s)Keith Bishop, Paul Denley
Age11-14, 14-16
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Shelf referenceA 507.1 BIS
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x88pp

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