Science 5-11

Science 5-11

by Alan Howe (Author), Dan Davies (Author), KendraMcMahon (Author), LeeTowler (Author), TonieScott (Author), Chris Collier (Author)


This second edition of the bestselling textbook Science 5-11 provides a synthesis of ideas about teaching and learning that focuses on answering the question 'How best should I teach science?' Offering a practical and innovative guide which is ideal for students, trainee and practising teachers, the book provides full information on the appropriate science topics for Key Stage 1 and 2, outlining the subject knowledge that a teacher needs, the curriculum requirements and the best ways to go about teaching, with an emphasis on practical science enquiry. Fully updated to include: * The possibilities for talk and discussion within science lessons * How children might record their ideas and findings * How ICT can be incorporated into lessons * How science can be linked to other subjects in a creative and cross-curricular way * Citizenship and education for sustainable development The authors draw on their expertise to identify approaches to teaching that are best used in different areas of science, and help readers understand key teaching issues by considering them in relation to specific contexts. With advice on lesson planning and a user friendly structure, this book forms essential reading for all students and practising teachers in primary education.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 256
Edition: 2
Publisher: David Fulton Publishers
Published: 22 Apr 2009

ISBN 10: 0415480450
ISBN 13: 9780415480451

Author Bio
Alan Howe has 15 years experience of working with trainee teachers in primary science and is Co-Programme Leader for undergraduate Education Studies at Bath Spa University. Daniel Davies is Head of Applied Research and Consultancy at Bath Spa University and founder of the Centre for Research in Early Scientific Learning . Kendra McMahon is Senior Lecturer in Primary Science at Bath Spa University and currently researching teaching science in the later primary years. Lee Towler has recently retired from her post as Senior Lecturer in Primary Education at Bath Spa University. Christopher Collier is Senior Lecturer in Primary Science at Bath Spa University and leads the BSU course for Primary Science Subject Leaders. Tonie Scott is currently headteacher at Bishop Henderson Primary School, Somerset.