Teaching secondary science using ICT

This book and accompanying CD-ROM is the fifth in the ASE John Murray Science Practice series. It is a companion volume to Teaching Secondary Biology, Chemistry and Physics which looked at ways of teaching the subject content of science courses in secondary schools. The fourth book covered the complimentary aspect of scientific enquiry.

This book also covers an area of science teaching that goes across the three disciplines: the use of ICT. Aimed at Heads of Departments and experienced teachers as well as newly qualified teachers and trainees, the book provides examples of good practice and lesson ideas from across the age and ability range.

It offers help in evaluating hardware and software and suggests ways in which the use of ICT in science is likely to develop over the next few years. 

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Author(s)David Sang, Rob Musker, Laurence Rogers, Tony Sherborne, Peter Myers, Ian Lawrence, Dave Pickersgill, Darren Forbes
Age11-14, 14-16
Shelf referenceA 507.13 SAN
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x8565

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