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As a new technician, when I have difficulty with a method currently used in school, I look for an alternative, more simple method. I shall keep ones that I find useful here.
Posters showing famous scientists and engineers, the SI unit that has been named after them and what the unit is a measure of. Includes the following geniuses:
- Georg Ohm
- Alessandro Volta
- Andre-Marie Ampere
- Heinrich Hertz
- Joseph Henry
- Michael Faraday
These resources were developed to compliment the award winning Silent Signal project, funding by the Wellcome Trust and Garfield Weston Foundation. They include interactive lesson plans that explore the societal, ethical, and cultural aspects of biomedical science including immunology, infections, genetics,...
Since the BBC micro:bit became commercially available last year there is much more information now available about how to access the many features which make the micro:bit such a powerful tool for cross-curricular STEM projects. This guide is mainly concerned with how to access the micro:bit's sensors to...
What do real dinosaurs and toy dinosaurs have in common? Apart from both being dinosaurs, obviously! Well, deep breath... Plastic comes from oil. Oil is (partially) from dinosaurs. So toy dinosaurs are made (partially) from real dinosaurs.
This simple animation lets pupils see clearly how...
A colourful, simple infographic explaining the questions behind air pollution: what is it? How does it affect us? What can we do about it?
Can be printed off to a larger size and used as part of a classroom display.
This resource pack aims to be your ‘one-stop-shop’ for supporting you and your secondary school during British Science Week (BSW), but can be used at any time. Feel free to adapt or extend the activities to suit your students’ needs and the curriculum you are delivering.
This is a blog about the science capital project in 2016-2017