Review: 30 Second Physics | IanH

It’s always useful to have a few popular science books available for interested students. These make great summer extension work for some, and even less enthusiastic pupils may dip in and out of good prose. Adding magazines and a selection of science blogs is always worthwhile, of course…

30 Second Physics, Brian Clegg (ed)

Ivy Press, 2017, 160pp, £9.99, ISBN 9781782405146: buy via Amazon.
30-Second Physics
The book follows an established format; each edited by an expert in the field, and broken down into topics with small sections. In some ways it is the ultimate expression of a…

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AQA Entry Level – Biology 2 | maz

Scheme of work and accompanying worksheets for AQA Entry Level unit 4 – Chemistry in our World. Designed to be taught in 3x45min lessons a week, and to take a term. Assumes you have access to expected lab equpiment

Based on Exploring Science textbooks. Not all worksheets are my own, a majority have been found on TES and remodelled slightly to suit the needs of our students.

Biology Environment evolution and inheritance

1 SAPS – Bubbling Cabomba pondweed – student sheet

1a SAPS – Bubbling Cabomba pondweed – technical notes

2 Animal adaptations

3 plant adaptations

4 creature…

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Review: 30 Second Physics | IanH

It’s always useful to have a few popular science books available for interested students. These make great summer extension work for some, and even less enthusiastic pupils may dip in and out of good prose. Adding magazines and a selection of science blogs is always worthwhile, of course…

30 Second Physics, Brian Clegg (ed)

Ivy Press, 2017, 160pp, £9.99, ISBN 9781782405146: buy via Amazon.

30-Second Physics

The book follows an established format; each edited by an expert in the field, and broken down into topics with small sections. In some ways it is the ultimate expression of a…

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Growth Mindsets – 10 Tips for developing your students | neilatkin63

How intelligent are you? How fast can you run? How well can you surf/knit/teach/learn/cook/….?

Do you really know where your own limits lie?

Most of us operate well within our capabilities, cruising through life. So why should we push our young people in schools to try and reach their full potential?

If we put aside this moral question and simply see our role as educators to open our students’ minds to what they are capable of. What can we do?

The idea that we can rise to a challenge or be self-defeating, depending on our own attitude is indisputable.  As Henry Ford is attributed as…

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