How to encourage children to 'get thinking' with physics and the Great Science Share for Schools?
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by Great Science Share for Schools
1y ago
Be inspired to find out more about how the Great Science Share for Schools offers a prime opportunity to give time to developing and investigating Physics questions and how these can be used to reveal and dispel misconceptions about Physics-topics/concepts. By Cerian Angharad, GSS Regional Champion, Wales, Director of See Science, PSQM Hub Leader, ASE Field Officer and IoP Teacher Network Coordinator Visit our website to find out more www.greatscienceshare.org Please take a moment to share your feedback here ..read more
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How can we explore a world infused with Chemistry through GSSfS? Karen Marshall, GSS Regional Champion, Guernsey
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by Great Science Share for Schools
1y ago
Listen to this informative podcast to gain a greater awareness of how to inspire primary and secondary pupils with Chemistry including some engaging investigations to help stimulate children’s questions. Click here to download the transcript and resource links. Find out more at www.greatscienceshare.org Please take a moment to share your feedback here ..read more
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Great Science Share Webcasts: How can exploring the unknown inspire children’s questions about life and living things?
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by Great Science Share for Schools
1y ago
Liz Southwell, GSSfS Regional Champion, South West, Science Subject Leader and PSTT FellowListen to this short, informative podcast considering how living things and the natural environment can be an inspiration to children’s question-asking. Download the tips and resources sheet here. Find out more at www.greatscienceshare.org  Please take a moment to share your feedback here   ..read more
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Great Science Share Webcasts: Working 'as a scientist' in GSSfS - what is it and why is it important?
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by Great Science Share for Schools
1y ago
Jayne Quoiani, GSS Regional Champion, Scotland, Education & Engagement Officer - Roslin Institute - University of EdinburghListen to this informative process to gain insight into, or deepen your use of, the scientific method in GSSfS. In conversation with Paul Tyler Principal Teacher at Kirkhill Primary School in East Renfrewshire & Primary Science Trust Teaching Fellow and Nicola Connor, West Lothian Primary Science Development Officer (previously Peel Primary School, West Lothian) Visit our website to find out more www.greatscienceshare.org Please take a moment to share your fee ..read more
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Great Science Share Webcasts: How children’s scientific questions can be inspired by learning from across the curriculum
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by Great Science Share for Schools
1y ago
Listen to this short, informative podcast which will help you to identify how other subjects can be a starting point for bringing contemporary contexts into science learning, using humanities as an example.  By Julie Wiskow, GSSfS Regional Champion North West England, Primary School Teacher and SEERIH Teacher Champion Visit the website for more information and to get involved. Please take a moment to share your feedback here We are grateful for contributions from: Daniel Soller, Y4 pupil at Rode Heath Dr Lynne Bianchi, Director, Great Science Share for Schools campiagn Dr Natalie Lane, Ed ..read more
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Great Science Share Webcasts: Introduction by Dr Lynne Bianchi, Campaign Director
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by Great Science Share for Schools
1y ago
Welcome to the brand new series of Webcasts for the Great Science Share for Schools 2021 ..read more
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