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Teaching and Learning Primary Science with ICT

By: Paul Warwick, Elaine Wilson and Mark Winterbottom
Teaching and Learning Primary Science with ICT
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About this book

This book provides a range of insights into pupils learning relevant to the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in primary science.

Contents

1. Considering the place of ICT in developing good practice in primary science
Paul Warwick, Elaine Wilson and Mark Winterbottom

2. The impact of ICT on Primary Science
Collette Murphy

3. Possibilities and Practicalities: planning, teaching, and learning science with ICT
John Williamson and Nick Easingwood

4. Making science inclusive: extending the boundaries through ICT
Derek Bell and Adrian Fenton

5. Elephants can?t jump: creativity, new technology and concept exploration in primary science
Ben Williamson

6. Do Computer Cats Ever Really Die? Computers, Modelling and Authentic Science
Patrick Carmichael

7.`Is there a picture of beyond?? Mind mapping, ICT and collaborative learning in primary science
Paul Warwick and Ruth Kershner

8. Emergent Science and ICT in the early years
John Siraj-Blatchford

9. Using ICT to support science learning out of the classroom Nick Easingwood and John Williams

10. Virtual Learning in Primary Science
Helena Gillespie

11. ICT and Primary Science ? where are we going?
Angela McFarlane

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By: Paul Warwick, Elaine Wilson and Mark Winterbottom
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