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Fri Mar 21 17:03:07 2014 UTClccn-n992556630.18Maths study book0.400.47Teaching and learning primary science with ICT116959082n 992556635074291lccn-nb99005385Linfield, Rachel Sparksedtnp-winterbottom, markWinterbottom, Markedtlccn-n84008248Wilson, Elaineedtlccn-nr2006008370Webster, Janenp-coltman, pennyColtman, Pennylccn-nr2003038238Hennessy, Saralccn-no2008140768MyiLibrarylccn-nb2007025476SCIcentrelccn-n96112713McFarlane, Angela1957-lccn-no2007088509ebrary, IncWarwick, Paul1956-Science--Study and teaching (Elementary)Great BritainScience--Study and teaching (Secondary)Science--Study and teachingMathematics--Study and teaching (Primary)Science--Data processingComputer managed instructionScience--Computer-assisted instructionInternet in educationInteractive whiteboardsEducational technologyTeachingScienceEducation19561995199720002005200620132404530500.712041LB1585.5.G7ocn494749958ocn824546402136619ocn049569892file20000.35Science 3-13 the past, the present, and possible futures"Science 3-13 explores some of the historical antecedents of the current position of science in the lives of younger children. It covers the various influences, from both within and outside the teaching profession, that have shaped the current science curriculum. Current practice is examined and, on this basis, speculations are made about the future position and direction of this important subject." "The contributors each cover a particular aspect of science for the 3-13 age range but common themes emerge, such as the influence of government intentions, particularly through the development of the National Curriculum. The role of research groups and the impact of IT on the development of science in schools are also examined. The views of the teaching profession as to what should be taught and how science and science teaching should be viewed within society are shown to be important factors in the mix that contributes to change."--BOOK JACKET+-+091546857510136ocn245010040file20060.47Wilson, ElianeTeaching and learning primary science with ICTProvides a range of insights into pupils' learning relevant to the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in primary science. This book features specific examples of software and hardware use in the classroom; and considers creative uses of technology for pupils engaged in science activity in the primary and early years+-+1943670885131ocn065290511book20050.18Coltman, PennyMaths study book+-+6800608105324102ocn868887216file20130.47Hennessy, SaraDeveloping Interactive Teaching And Learning Using The IwbThis resource aims to provide teachers with the rationale, model and examples they need to develop interactive approaches that will promote learning when using Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) in the classroom22ocn503712914book19950.32Warwick, PaulData logging in the primary school+-+0915468575+-+0915468575Fri Mar 21 15:48:44 EDT 2014batch5333