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The Nuffield Primary Science materials were based on the findings of a research project called the Science Processes and Concept Exploration (SPACE). This was the first set of resources published in the UK for primary science teaching that was explicitly based on a constructivist view of learning.

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The Nuffield Primary Science materials were based on the findings of a research project called Science Processes and Concept Exploration (SPACE). This was the first set of resources published in the UK for primary science teaching that was explicitly based on a constructivist view of learning.

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Some of the publications from the Nuffield Primary Science Project give general guidance about the research base of the project, its implementation in schools and the professional development for teachers across the full age range in primary schools. Other resources in this library give more specific guidance and...

The Nuffield Primary Science Teachers' Guides are a resource that developed from the findings of the SPACE research programme. They were designed to help teachers put the SPACE approach to teaching and learning into action in their classrooms. The guides were not...

The students' books were intended to supplement classroom work but not to replace practical work. The books were generally not essential for the activities outlined in the Teachers' Guides.

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The students' books were intended to supplement classroom work but not to replace practical work. The books were generally not essential for the activities outlined in the Teachers' Guides.

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The Nuffield Junior Science project was part of the Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project in the 1960s. In the publications, the project team suggested topics and methods to teachers interested in the contribution which science can make to the education of...

Teacher's Guide 1 for Nuffield Junior Science gives the educational philosophy behind the project and how this applies in the classroom. Teacher's Guide 2 provides examples in the form of extended cases studies of work completed in classrooms with children aged 5 to 11.
The Apparatus guide collects together a...

The Nuffield Junior Science Project published three background booklets to supplement the information in the Teacher’s Guides.

The three readers were an attempt to help fulfil the need that teachers feel for greater background knowledge of subject matter. In the three books, the project team set out to give...

From 1998, under the direction of Professor David Burghes, a new mathematics course for primary schools in the UK was developed and trialled. This course, the Mathematics Enhancement Programme (MEP) Primary Extension proved to be very successful in enhancing mathematical progress in trial schools. Improvement in...

This collection includes the topics that were developed by international teams of teachers participating in Science Across the World between 1991 and 2010. The project was run by the Association for Science Education (ASE). A special feature of the topics is that they are available in several languages. Every topic...

This collection includes the topics that were developed for younger students by international teams of teachers as part of the ‘Science Across the World’ project. The project was run by the Association for Science Education (ASE). Every topic leads towards an exchange of findings and ideas between groups of...

Medical Physics

The Institute of Physics's Medical Physics Group has produced a set of teaching materials which can be used to teach medical physics at GCSE/Standard level in schools. Much of the material is appropriate to use for A-level medical physics options.

The Institute's Teaching Medical Physics resources, that...

The SMILE booklets are a collection of stand alone booklets, part of the SMILE mathematics network of numbered workcards.

The collection includes:

*Tables booklets

*Calculating

*Reckonings

*Action Fractions

*Action Decimals

*Decimals to Fractions and Back Again

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Experienced teachers, working for The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration (CIEC), have created over 100 teaching and learning resources and a suite of interactive and informative websites for use by teachers and students. They show how science works in real-life contexts and demonstrate how the chemical...

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