The Primary STEM Ideas Book

Engaging Classroom Activities Combining Mathematics, Science and D&T

Gebonden

€ 139,70

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The Primary STEM Ideas Book

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The Primary STEM Ideas Book is designed to promote the integrated teaching of STEM in the primary classroom by providing teachers with lesson ideas for investigations and projects. The statutory requirements of the National Curriculum for science, mathematics and design and technology are comprehensively covered through a variety of practical, stimulating and engaging activities, which have all been tried and tested in the primary classroom. The interrelationship between the STEM subjects is strongly integrated throughout, allowing children's knowledge and skills to develop with confidence in these key subjects through activities that only require easily accessible resources generally found in the classroom.

Written by subject specialists with years of classroom experience teaching STEM subjects, each chapter contains:

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  • A rationale showing links to the National Curriculum
  • Key subject knowledge
  • Brief activity plans
  • Ideas for supporting higher and lower attaining children
  • Follow-up ideas to provide extra inspiration
  • Including 'how to' guides and other photocopiable resources, this book is perfect for creating integrated lessons, group work and discussions relating to STEM. The Primary STEM Ideas Book provides easy to follow instructions and helps spark fresh inspiration for both new and experienced teachers in primary STEM education.

    ISBN
    9781138340534
    Vorm
    Gebonden
    Uitgever
    Taylor & Francis Ltd
    Druk
    1e
    Verschenen
    12-06-2019
    Taal
    Engels
    Pagina's
    170 pp.
    Genre
    Literaire fictie
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