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Selected resources used on the Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching MOOC

Enrol here for the free online Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching course led by Dylan Wiliam, Christine Harrison and Andrea Mapplebeck to help STEM teachers understand DfL.We are grateful to ASCD for permission to reproduce and use the What Is (and Is Not) Differentiated Instruction?...
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2016

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Over 100 Pupil Challenges Free to Download

 For an up tp date list please see dwiller.com ProjectDescriptionDownload LinkFlightA paper based exercise helping 5-13 year olds to understand flight. There are different planes to be made and different wing arrangements demonstrate how lift affects flight – canard versus tail-plane, etc. (30 mins)...
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2016

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Over 100 Pupil Challenges Free to Download

 For an up tp date list please see dwiller.com ProjectDescriptionDownload LinkFlightA paper based exercise helping 5-13 year olds to understand flight. There are different planes to be made and different wing arrangements demonstrate how lift affects flight – canard versus tail-plane, etc. (30 mins)...
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2016

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5 Principles of Creating Successful Code - for GCSE or A Level

 A motivational poster & diagram highlighting the Computational Thinking elements involved at each step of coding.
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2016

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Recognising hinge-point questions

Typically hinge-point questions:Have wrong answers that match the most common student misconceptions or alternative conceptions;Are difficult for a student to get the correct answer(s) with the wrong reasoning or knowledge;Are quick to answer (in less than two minutes, and ideally in less than one minute);Allow the...
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2016

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Notes " Limit & Tangent , Normals"

Notes To study concept of Limit & Tangents, Normal to the Curve"Taken from different Web Sources.very Helpful for Homework & Worksheet Purpose 
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2016

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BBC Micro:bit for sensing and control with a buggy

An article about using the BBC Micro:bit to control a £25 Kitronic self-assembly buggy.  The assembled kit makes a line-following buggy.  The micro:bit can be used just to control the motion, after calibration, of the buggy as a floor trutle.  It can also use the on-board accelerometer sensor...
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2016

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Synthesis Explorer

A synthetic route planner for A-Level Chemistry students.http://www.synthesisexplorer.co.uk/Designed to help students plan synthetic routes and study key organic chemistry reactions. It can be used by teachers and students to introduce, explore and revise organic chemistry. Features include:hundreds of compounds...
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2016

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Love your saltmarsh activity

'Love your saltmarsh' is an activity about the benefits we get from nature and making difficult choices about coastal management.  When there is no saltmarsh and mudflat in front of a LEGO® town, participants discover that they spend more of their chocolate coins to build and maintain a higher sea...
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2015

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Be a bee activity

'Be a bee' is an activity about pollination and food security designed to prompt further outdoor learning and discussion about the benefits we get from nature. Be a bee participants forage amongst different species of ‘flowers’ collecting ‘nectar’ with their ‘honeybee...
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2015

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