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Datalogging in the Environment

Aimed at primary level this resource shows how to incorporate data logging into science lessons. It contains lesson ideas on the topics of sound, habitats, plants and animals in the local environment, light, thermal insulators, separating mixtures, electricity, changing state and sound. The teacher guidance includes a step by step guide to the setting-up process, with pictures and diagrams. It aims to help teachers make the best use of data logging in supporting their science teaching. This resource was produced by the Association of Science Education as part of their Science Year Primary collection.

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