Archive: Meeting Thirteen

RT @: erm is twitter doing more personalised trends or is #sciteachjc really trending? 😀
@alomshaha
Alom Shaha

RT @: A common comment: Students should be doing 'real' science rather than school science to increase interest. #SciteachJC
@alomshaha
Alom Shaha

@ we need more problem solving challenges, most of our experiments are too closed and predictable. #SciteachJC
@MikeCraven5
Michael Craven

@ @ totally agree & Ebac has made it even worse as schools focus on getting kids to do that rather instead #SciTeachJC
@smurfatik
Fiona Luna

RT @: @ we need more problem solving challenges, most of our experiments are too closed and predictable. #SciteachJC
@SciTeachJC
Science Teaching JC


#SciteachJC How often do pupils in school answer a sci question to which neither they nor the teacher knows the answer?
@brendanaylor
Brenda Naylor

.@ It's what they do at Simon Lagnton Grammar school, they produce 1% of ALL Physics undergrads: http://t.co/6ezsvhDm #SciTeachJC
@alomshaha
Alom Shaha

@ I worked in Hants workgroup to do just that. I LOVE these challenges. An idea for a open source google doc? #SciTeachJC
@DrRacheal
Dr Racheal

@ it's a shame teaching's seen as a last resort / back-up / easy fall-back for too many graduates #sciteachjc
@NawiedJabarkhyl
Nawied Jabarkhyl

@ context, find out what your students ARE interested in & use it, current research, student led practicals, choice #SciTeachJC
@smurfatik
Fiona Luna

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