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Nimmons, Fidelia – Primary Science Review, 2003
Schools in England have a range of data sources available to them to track pupils' progress effectively, ranging from national to school level. Tracking pupils' performance not only shows value-added evidence but it also helps the pupils and teacher see when and where they are doing well or not so well and the reasons for this. The records can…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Data Collection, Academic Achievement, Academic Standards
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Bianchi, Lynne – Primary Science Review, 2003
Developing children's capacity to learn is at the forefront of all endeavours in schools. Teachers strive to capitalise on a wide range of teaching styles and innovations to stimulate, motivate and engage their children to become "better learners". Since September 1999, the Centre for Science Education at Sheffield Hallam University has…
Descriptors: Teaching Styles, Young Children, Foreign Countries, Learning Strategies
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Egan, Bridget; Marsh, Gwyneth; Parkes, Tessa – Primary Science Review, 2003
Children from two primary schools--one a state primary and the other a private school--have been involved for some eight years with planning, making and maintaining a conservation area beside the River Thames in Berkshire. The work is part of the curriculum and involves habitat studies, identification of local species and learning about animal…
Descriptors: Private Schools, Conservation (Environment), Communication Skills, Public Schools
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Crosby, Tom; Granger, Gary – Primary Science Review, 2003
As part of the training of students aiming to be primary science education specialists, Goldsmiths College, London, devised a plan to involve nine schools in a special project: a science investigation challenge. A teacher from each school would be trained to lead their pupils through the steps in developing a complete investigation for a…
Descriptors: Investigations, Science Education, Scientists, Competition
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