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Applied Meteorology Class

It’s about time I told you guys about one of my projects. As many of you know, I am a chemical engineering instructor at New Mexico Tech when I am not storm chasing. 241 more words


Teaming Up

To paraphrase Lyle Lovett: Teaching is so uncertain.

A teacher can create some certainty by paying attention only to whether a student’s response is what the teacher is looking for, keeping discourse on the path to the teacher’s goal. 846 more words


Interactive science teaching is an inspired investment

An innovative and inspiring new approach to teaching and learning science in primary schools is proving popular with investors.

Empiribox provides teachers with access to all the equipment they need through Primary Science Equipment Suites, with accompanying exciting Schemes of Work and Lesson Plans. 419 more words


The science teaching revolution

Dan Sullivan is determined to make science teaching in primary schools fun; not just for the youngsters making their first foray into exploring the world in which they live, but for the teachers as well. 1,421 more words


Knowing what to do when you don’t know what to do

Ed Walsh

We live in a time of uncertainty and I guess we should be used to it by now.  Actually I guess we are getting used to it – it’s just that it’s not easy to make strategic decisions with confidence.  720 more words

Secondary And Post-16

Eat Up and Play All Day

Henry Caldwell Cook and The Play Way.

I love play. I love playing around myself and I like to be with people who have a playful attitude to life. 749 more words


Getting out of the classroom for the primary teacher conferences

by Rachel Jackson, National STEM Centre Primary Specialist

We all know that the learning that takes place outside the classroom is as important as the learning inside it, yet for teachers there is often very little time for reflection, updating skills, thinking about and improving our own practice. 262 more words