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Inheritance

In the topic of inheritance it is easy to deliver conflicting information if not carefully planned. Students need to appreciate that for the majority of phenotypic features it is a combination of genes that give rise to this feature, yet in using genetic diagrams (punnett squares) it appears that a single gene codes...
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13 December 2017

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Growth and Development of Cells

In GCSE Biology, students need to understand that for an organism to grow cells must divide, they need to be able to describe the process of mitosis as part of the cell cycle. This will enable them to understand the importance of cell differentiation as the production of specialised cells allows organisms to become...
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13 December 2017

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Detecting fire for the Internet of Things

Using the context of the Internet of Things and fire safety, students design, make, test and refine a sensor to detect heat and produce an electrical output that could be used to switch on a fire alarm.  The resource provides a demonstration and explanation of how a fire alarm works, as well as a quick activity...
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SSERC Bulletin

SSERC, Scottish Schools Education Research Centre, publish quaterly newsletters for the secondary and primary sectors. The focus of the articles varies with each issue but ideas for practical work together with advice on health and safety matters are always covered.
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2017

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Career Clips: Ultrasound in Physiotherapy

From the Institute of Physics, this seven minute film showcases the use of ultrasound in physiotherapy. Visiting Wolverhampton Wanderers Football club, it features the club's physiotherapists who make expert use of advances in medical physics, specifically ultrasound, to monitor their players’ physical wellbeing. This...
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Classroom physics

Classroom Physics is a newsletter created by the IOP's (Institute of Physics) education department. It informs about the meetings, INSET courses, resources and other support that the Institute and other organisations offers to all teachers of physics. It also includes some starter ideas, teaching tips and...
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2015

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Education in chemistry

Education In Chemistry is a magazine for chemistry teachers. It is published six times a year by the Royal Society of Chemistry. It provides support for all teachers of chemistry across the secondary, further and higher education sectors. It aims to strengthen the community by providing high quality content, tools and...
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2016

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Getting practical - planning tool bookmark

The planning tool bookmark is a useful resource for teachers to put into their planning folders as it has questions for teachers to ask themselves when planning practical activities
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Festival of the spoken nerd: just for graphs

 Festival of the Spoken Nerd is the UK science comedy phenomenon that will feed your brain, tickle your ribs and light your Bunsen burner. The trio of stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, experiments maestro Steve Mould and geek songstress Helen Arney mix astonishing science with statistically significant...
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2017

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Supporting success: Science technicians in schools and colleges

This document, by the Royal Society, provides the conclusions and recommendations from the largest survey of technicians in schools and colleges. It gives you evidence for what technicians should be doing or could do to support science education in schools. There are views from across education and case studies to...
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