Science in Secondary

List of useful and evidence-based references for improving teaching and learning of Science in Primary and Secondary Education. I will update this blog post when I found new valuable references.

  • Education Endowment Foundation (EEF)

    • Improving Secondary Science (EEF, 2018):

      “This guidance is for secondary science teachers, heads of science departments, and senior leaders. The recommendations are designed to be actionable by classroom teachers, but there is benefit in teachers coming together as a department to think about how it applies in their context.”.

    • Below a short video by Niki Kaiser (K Chem) where she explains how she changed the way to explain ionic concepts and representations as she noticed that students didn’t catch what she was intended to teach.

  • OECD

    • AUDIO about “Confronting gender imbalances in science, technology, engineering and mathematics“.

      Is there an equal share of men and women working in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (or STEM)? Do girls and boys in school have preconceived biases about whether they should pursue these subjects? To celebrate International Women’s Day and as part of the OECD March on Gender initiative, Caitlyn Guthrie, Advisor in the OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills, and Raffaella Centurelli, Advisor in the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, discuss gender imbalances in the STEM fields, both in school and in the job market, suggesting workable ways to reduce gender inequity and promote equal opportunities for all.

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