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With this resource, students develop observation skills by investigating the phenomenon of ‘mate-guarding’ in brine shrimp. Following a teacher-led discussion, students generate hypotheses. For example, one of the hypotheses may be that larger females pair with larger males.
These may be tested...
A level descriptor for use with Key Stage Three computing students, appropriate for the new curriculum in September 2014. The resource comprises a set of level descriptors detailed in five strands: systems, development, programming, modelling and analysis. The descriptors are based on the Computing At School...
This cheat sheet provides guidance to inexperienced Python programmers. It covers several of the most-used functions, operations and data types including:
• User interaction
• Boolean logic
• String handling and manipulation
• Assigning and using variables
• Using simple...
General careers poster with useful statistics relating to graduate careers.
Leaflet looks at the skills and aptitudes needed for careers in clinical and research pharmacology. Pharmacology career case studies are also included.
This resource aims to raise awareness of the exciting and wide-ranging careers that studying mathematics and physics can lead to. The campaign objective is to significantly increase the number of students studying mathematics and physics at A level in the next three years.
The competition sets out to find...
From Practical Action, these posters show examples of how renewable energy sources are used in developing nations. They show how mp3 players can be powered by solar photoelectric cells, small-scale hydroelectric in Kenya, a wind turbine and biogas digested in Nepal.
Produced by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), these resources contain two sets of materials, suitable for Key Stage Three/Four or post-16 students. They explore the science and surprises behind plant DNA. Separate worksheets for each age group cover: * What plant DNA is * How plant...