Secondary School Resources
The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC) has produced a large number of educational resources that help to illustrate the practical application of curriculum science and technology in real life contexts. With a strong emphasis on student investigations, the resources in this collection allow students to explore a range of science and technology concepts in meaningful and engaging contexts. Materials contain extensive teacher guidance, background information and student activity sheets.
The materials are also suitable for developing links with local science-based companies as they illustrate how classroom science and technology can be applied in a range of industrial contexts.
The activities cover a wide range of curriculum science and technology. They help to:
* enhance teaching of science and technology
* engage students by placing investigations in meaningful contexts
* help teachers and local industry to gain a better understanding of each others' work
* show the role played by science-based industry in society
The resource pack is produced by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC). It looks at the life-cycle and environmental impact of aluminium products.
Student activities and investigations help to illustrate curriculum science in real-life contexts. This includes:
* Constructing a cradle...
Produced by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), these resources challenge students to develop strategies for the profitable operation of fertiliser manufacturing in the United Kingdom.
Students gain an understanding of how science is used in an industrial context. The use of energy and...
These resources have been produced by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC). Activities explore the work of people who develop and test blends of PVC for use in medical equipment.
Topics covered include how PVC is produced, why PVC is used for medical applications and how it is tested with...
Produced by The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), these materials help students understand the underlying principles of electrolysis and how this process is used in the manufacture of chlorine from brine (salt solution). Students see how the technology has developed and changed the efficiency of...
|Subject(s)||Science, Working scientifically, Chemistry, Biology, Design and technology, Practical work|
|Age||11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2000 - 2009|
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