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STEM Learning magazine: primary - spring 2016

This STEM Learning magazine aimed at all primary teachers contains articles and interviews looking at ideas, hints and tips for teaching science, mathematics, design and technology and computing at primary level. Articles include: 

  • How to effectively teach mathematics skills for science to increase the impact of science lessons and optimise curriculum time.

  • Developing effective school networks

  • Exploring ideas for D & T lessons which apply mathematics and science knowledge.

  • Practical ideas for outdoor learning

  • An interview with an ESERO-UK Space ambassador delivering the Tim Peake Primary Project

  • Training the next generation of great teachers

  • A teacher’s view on the changing role of teachers

The magazine concludes with top picks for your diary, links to online resources and listings of some of the CPD offered by the National STEM Learning Centre and Network.

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