Teaching secondary science

Restructured to reflect the latest standards fo QTS, the National Curriculum 2000 and the emergence of Key Stage 3 Strategy, Teaching Secondary Science, provides a clear and supportive supply of ideas and approaches to teaching science in the secondary school.

Written in an easily digestible and accessible style it includes advice on 'Teaching Difficult Ideas' in the real science classroom, helping in inject fun into the teaching of science, and new material on numeracy issues within science, and becoming a professional teacher, and the latest developments in ICT.

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Author(s)Keith Ross, Liz Lakin, Peter Callaghan
Age11-14, 14-16
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Shelf reference507.12 ROS
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x856d

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