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Pupil Research Briefs – Physics Briefs

This Pupil Research Brief (PRB), designed by a team at the Centre for Science Education, supports the teaching and learning of physics at GCSE and Scottish Standard Grade levels. Each brief was targeted at a topic within the curriculum at the time. The study guide provides a structure to guide the students through...

From Quarry to Food Cans

This Problem Solving with Industry module was devised by the Centre for Science Education in collaboration with ICI Tunstead Quarry in Derbyshire. In this module the problem is to devise and carry out tests on samples of lime to select the best sample for use in self-...

Energy and Change: Introducing a New Approach

Introducing a New Approach outlines a fresh way of explaining changes that was developed by the ‘Teaching about why things change’ project. In this booklet, the authors address the fundamental question 'why do things change?', not simply by labelling phenomena with...

Energy and Change: Activities for the Classroom

In Activities for the Classroom, the authors of the ‘Teaching about why things change’ project show how a new approach to the fundamental question 'why do things change?' can be adopted in teaching. They do this with a set of classroom activities which show how the...

Energy and Change: Background Stories for Teachers

In Background Stories for Teachers, the authors of the ‘Teaching about why things change’ project illustrate a new approach to the fundamental question 'why do things change?'. They do so with the help of stories about some scientific topics which show how the topics...

Biotech

Biotech, published by the Association for Science Education, was a set of teaching and learning activities devised by a team of advisers and teachers from three local authorities in the days of the ...

Radiation and Radioactivity

This resource pack was influenced by the misunderstandings revealed by the reporting of the Chernobyl accident. Many newspaper articles referred to the ‘cloud of radiation’ which had escaped from the reactor, and warned people not to drink rainwater or milk because they ‘contain radiation’. All the lessons are...

ATLAS Resources (for Key Stages Three and Four)

Active Teaching and Learning Approaches in Science (ATLAS) was a curriculum development project organised by the Centre for Science Education at Sheffield Hallam University. This resource, for Key Stages Three and Four, was created to illustrate the range of teaching...

Better Science 12: Learning how to Teach It

Learning How to Teach It was the twelfth in a series of 12 booklets published by Heinemann and the Association for Science Education to explore the issues arising from moving towards a broad and balanced science education for all young people. The main purpose of this...

Active Teaching and Learning Approaches in Science

Active Teaching and Learning Approaches in Science (ATLAS) was a curriculum development project organised by the Centre for Science Education in the Higher Education Institution that is now called Sheffield Hallam University.

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