STEM Learning primary magazine - autumn 2016
This issue of the magazine focuses on assessment in primary education, how to drive science education in the primary classroom, demonstrates the effects of using a pulley and even how to open a museum in a school! Karen Brunyee,Primary Professional National Lead, describes how to incorporate STEM subjects into celebrating Diwali and Rachel Jackson, Primary Specialist, brings Mars exploration to the classroom. There is also some advice on how to keep children safe in an online world and make science exciting for early years children. The magazine concludes with a list of high quality professional development courses.
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|Subject(s)||Computing, Design and technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Science|
|Published||2010 to date|