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MrShawePhysics Sep 19
What class practicles do people do with ks3 convection? I have got the usual demos of convection tube, smoke box. I have seen potassium permanganate in a beaker heated at oen side as a prac. anything else?
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I Teach Boys 25m
We used cell dating profiles to recap and reinforce the structures and properties of specialised cells, clear guidelines meant that secure scientific content was included! The template is here:
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I Teach Boys Sep 15
Another twist on a classic plenary that we have been using lately is justifying true or falses. These have helped to show pupils reasoning, and not allow them to randomly select an answer! Again super low prep but really effective !
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Joëlle Goulding 12h
Change the system. Alternate career paths. Permanent positions. Recognition for all ...
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Alex Nixon Sep 20
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I Teach Boys Sep 17
We tried to emphasise scaling axis in our first bar chart lesson with yr 7 by using these scaling instructions, coupling this with the peer assessing sheet of success criteria I was really impressed with their bar charts!
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David Chalk 29m
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Mr Shah Sep 19
Another week over for me and it's been absolutely exhausting. 101 things to do, but the 'to do' list is getting smaller. Settling in nicely now and things are more smooth. Great colleagues, grateful to be where I am, genuinely enjoy and love my job
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Emmanuel Science Sep 19
Emmanuel Year 6 Open Evening tonight. out in force. Here is the CSI Lab. who stole Mr Hobbs hobnob biscuits???
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Adam Bilton Sep 18
IDEAL sheets for required practicals...Year 10 did a great job!
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Mr Farren 8h
SLOP-style booklet/worksheet on Stretching Springs and Energy Stored. GCSE Physics Forces and Motion.
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Ilse Daehn Sep 19
I am thrilled that our research made the cover of this month's issue of KI! In this study we uncovered early cross-talk signaling that resulted in loss of endothelial glycocalyx in experimental FSGS!
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Louise Cass Sep 13
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s 13h
My first adventure in Microscale Chemistry!!
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I Teach Boys Sep 15
I've really enjoyed adapting this world cup activity from ! Students can recall facts and compare different factors! We used it for specialised cells, but it's really easy to adapt!
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Glenn Turner Sep 19
Another networking win: I now know a guy who has provisionally agreed to lend me a scanning electron microscope
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Liv. Sep 20
I know she's a backstabber, but I love Eve. I hope she gets a redemption arc somehow. I miss . And Andrea? She's so sweet, smart and kind. I love her so much. I'm so happy she's a series regular now.
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I Teach Boys Sep 12
I really like this simple twist in an odd one out starter as it allows us to see the reasoning behind pupils thinking as well as identifying any misconceptions ! So simple and low prep, but also so effective!
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Miss Y Oluyole Sep 16
Long shot but worth a try. Does anyone have the answer booklet to this textbook?
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Mr Farren 15h
Stretching Springs SLOP 'booklet'. Featuring Hooke, Elasticity, Spring Constant, and graph work.
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