Developing science in the primary classroom

'Developing science in the primary classroom' is an ideal resource for newly qualified or experienced teachers. It is also useful for initial teacher trainees and post graduate students. The book highlights current issues such as teacher assessment and the role of the teacher's own understanding of science (cited by OFSTED as key issues).

This fully revised and updated edition includes:

  • Updated issues in line with current research and trends in science teaching
  • Cross-curricular links with IT and design and technology
  • Updated safety and recent publications appendices
  • New artwork and illustrations which make text easier to access
  • An international perspective on primary science.

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Author(s)Wynne Harlen, Sheila Jelly
Age5-7, 7-11
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Shelf referenceA 372.35044 HAR
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