Listing all results (52)

Pod 3: Cars

In this Nuffield Foundation resource, students explore our relationship with cars and other forms of transport. They start by investigating some of the health and social problems associated with increasing car ownership. They move on to consider how innovative technologies could support more healthy and...

Pod 4: Climate Change

In this Nuffield Foundation resource students begin by reviewing their understanding of the carbon cycle. They investigate the link between human activity and increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and speculate on whether this is causing global warming. They compare the carbon footprints of...

Pod 5: Pupil Project

In this summative challenge from Nuffield Foundation groups of students use the knowledge, skills and understanding from earlier pods to explore a sustainability question of their choice. They need to research, analyze and present ideas in preparation for an exposition. Students assess each others ideas and plans...

Where Would Social Science Be Without Maths?

A poster for teachers to use within the classroom, produced by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). On the front is a timeline featuring prominent figures who developed the use of statistics, with accompanying teachers’ notes on the back. The timeline looks at landmark events in social science from 1662...

Science, Data Logging and Poetry

This video, from the Teachers TV Great Lesson Ideas series, helps to illustrate how the creative curriculum can help with teaching literacy, science and ICT to Year Six children. It shows three creative lesson-planning ideas.

The video shows how school grounds can be used as a resource in Key Stage Two...

Human Body, Reading and Tessellation

From Teachers TV, this video illustrates how three teachers bring maths, science and literacy together. Their creative, cross-curricular lesson plans include using music and dance to teach anatomy and tessellation.

Music can be used to teach human anatomy to Year Four children, as shown by Kirsten Graham,...

Dancing in Science

Produced by Teachers TV, this video illustrates how Victoria Palmer plans and delivers a lesson looking at parts of the body, movement and exercise to a mixed group of children with age ranges from five to seven years old.

Victoria is familiar with linking the arts with other areas of her teaching but has...

New Technology: The Issues

This Teachers TV video shows Goldsmiths College's Professor Richard Kimbell and senior researcher Tony Wheeler leading a discussion on the effectiveness of handheld technology and software following a two day trial at Saltash Community School in Cornwall.

The discussion reflects on the challenge of using...

Assessing Pupils' Progress: Guidelines and Criteria

Part of the Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) collection, these resources present the criteria for assessing progress in students’ understanding of science at Key Stage Three.

[b]Structure[/b]
These guidelines/criteria are to help teachers assess progress in students’ work across five strands of...

Space and Rocket Week

This video from Teachers TV features an idea for a cross-curricular space and rocket week. Last year, Eleanor Wilkinson, a mathematics teacher from Sussex, spent 10 days at the Teachers' Space Camp in Alabama and came back inspired to enthuse students about space.

She arranged for her Year Eight class to...

Pages

View all publishers