Teaching Science: A Handbook for Primary and Secondary School Teachers

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Steve Alsop, Keith Hicks
Kogan Page, 2001 - Education - 232 pages
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This authoritative book presents a real alternative for science teaching students studying at both primary and secondary levels. Based on the latest DfEE and TTA guidelines, it presents trainee and newly qualified teachers with the background, theory and the practical advice that they need to successfully develop their teaching skills in this essential subject. It will also be valuable for teacher trainers and in-school mentors, plus more experienced science teachers who want to reflect on and develop their skills. Teaching Science covers the needs of those teaching at Key Stages, 2, 3 and 4, with up-to-date material on ICT, citizenship, and gender issues in science. It covers the requirements for gaining qualified teacher status and provides an invaluable practical source book to support all new teachers. In addition, it deals in detail with issues such as career development and reflective practice, with tasks and examples throughout.

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