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Science Notices
Science Notices This is the Science Notices area. Here you can find news and links relating to all aspects of the Science curriculum. You will find information about current issues, links to local and national initiatives as well as general news and views. You can also access Science resources, some of which have been recommended and reviewed by Luton teachers. If you would like to add a Science related Notice/Resource please use the [Contributions] button above.
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"Magic Planet" is here...
elearning @ luton has just taken delivery of  "Magic Planet" a revolutionary teaching tool for Geography. "Magic Planet" is a virtual globe which allows pupils to view a rotating image of the earth's surface.

The...
KS3 Strategy Science
KS3 Strategy Science
DfES standards website detailing Key Stage 3 Strategy for science, including case studies and a calendar of key activities for science departments.
InfoMapper
InfoMapper

The East of England Regional Broadband consortia (E2BN) have been looking closely at InfoMapper and feel that it could form a very important part of both your ICT and cross-curricular provision.

In order to make this available to as...

Concept Cartoons
Concept Cartoons

Are a new approach to teaching, learning and assessment in science. They were created by Brenda Keogh and Stuart Naylor in 1991 and feature cartoon-style drawings showing different characters arguing about an everyday situation.

They are...

The Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum is the UK's national museum of natural history, and a centre of scientific excellence in taxonomy and biodiversity. The Museum's mission is to maintain and develop its collections and use them to promote the...
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