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STEM Learning primary magazine - summer 2017

In this issue of the STEM Learning magazine Dr Ajay Sharman gives his opinion about when and how we can help primary students to start thinking about the jobs and opportunities that come from studying STEM subjects.

The magazine also features the following articles:

Working scientifically for all children: Karen Brunyee considers how science is naturally a subject that caters for all learning styles.

Supporting newly qualified teachers: Sarah Dagnell looks at how we can all work to support the newly qualified teachers coming into schools soon.

Assessing mathematics without levels: Alison Hogben tells how she has developed a set of generic skills criteria to help her assess in the new world of no levels.

From primary to secondary: preventing the clean slate approach: Charlotte Bunn talks about how primary schools can work with the secondary schools they feed into, to support their students moving up to key stage 3.

Don’t miss out science – teach it through cross-curricular topics: Rachel Jackson gives fantastic ideas for topics you can use to teach science as part of a cross-curriculum approach.

A sneak peek at our summer primary conferences: this summer we have some fantastic primary conferences on offer for primary leads. Find out what’s not to be missed.

Strategic use of CPD: Fran Dainty looks at how a more strategic use of CPD can help staff at every stage of their career to be empowered and inspired and supporting their students to aim high.

The magazine ends with a listing of our high quality CPD courses.



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