Listing all results (4543)

The Basic Course

The work on the third edition of Nuffield Advanced Chemistry led to significant, but not drastic, changes in the content and presentation of the course from the revised edition. An important change was to start the revised course at the level of knowledge and understanding of chemistry that could be expected from...

The eBook of Forty Rich Starting Points for A level Core (RISPs) contains all the activities for use in AS Level Core mathematics and A2 Level Core mathematics.Each RISP contains a student sheet outlining the activity and a teacher version containing guidance on how to use the RISP and additional information to...

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Ofsted reports directly to Parliament and is independent and impartial. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.

Each week...

The Nuffield Advanced Chemistry basic course based its treatment of chemistry on three aids to understanding that were seen as being fundamental. These were:
*the use of the Periodic Table to provide unifying patterns for the diverse properties of elements and...

The Nuffield Advanced Chemistry resources were developed at a time when there was considerable interest in programmed learning. The team decided to experiment with a limited range of programmed texts. An introduction to the Programmed Texts is provided in Appendix 6 of ...

The organisers of Nuffield Advanced Physics set out to build a course that could reveal the structure of physics: the kinds of arguments physicist use, and the nature of the problems they tackle. The team wanted students to become more thoughtful. They pointed out that, in physics, the ability to think effectively...

Nuffield Advanced Physics publications included resources to help teachers and students with the course as a whole. Teachers and students needed support in their approach to the novel content, new apparatus, investigative teaching methods and innovative methods of assessment.

The authors of Nuffield Advanced Physics were alert to the fact that the sixth form pattern for which the course was to be designed might vanish almost as soon as the materials were published. What was not clear at the time of writing was the form a new pattern would take.

The authors responded to this...

The Institute of Physics Schools and Colleges Lecture has been delivered by a series of acclaimed physics communicators, throughout the UK, since 1993. Topics are explained using a wide range of visual aids and the one hour lectures are accessible to students aged 14 years old and above. They are designed to tie in...

The Nuffield Advanced Chemistry course was first published in 1970 and was revised, so this was the third edition of a successful course. In this third edition there was just one students' book for the whole course and...

Pages

View all publishers