UK – What’s New in IntoScience? Leigh Redman
Education doesn’t stand still. So neither does IntoScience.
Being online is great. Unlike almost every other type of resource, when we create something new (or update something we already have) our students, teachers or parents can get access to it right away. No updates, no extra charges. Just the latest and greatest IntoScience, all the time.
We release new things regularly and we’ll tell you about it here.
Understanding Personalised Learning Personalised learning is commonly misunderstood across the education community – it’s the intent to meet the educational needs of individual students based on their interests, aspirations and backgrounds. Education Elements breaks
My first experience with personalised learning was in a suburban primary school. There, with five other matured university students, I was left in charge of one group of six little learners. Together we were going
You’ve spent countless hours developing an engaging lesson plan, you have worksheets, activities and reading material lined up. But despite your best efforts, you have a classroom that just can’t seem to find their motivation.
We want to track our students' progress and growth - it's the very heart of education. However, tracking progress effectively can be a challenge, especially when you're managing tens or dozens of students. Effective progress
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It’s that time of year for parent-teacher conversations and that means you’re probably meeting - or speaking in-depth - with some parents for the very first time. As the learning guide for their children, these
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Around a billion people had their data compromised in 2018. Tens of millions of dollars were lost, nearly 20 million identities were stolen, and if you’ve received an odd call from an unknown number, chances are your
Lessons rarely go as planned. How we imagine their delivery, student reaction, and the gift of knowledge we leave as the bell rings out, is a warm and delightful fiction. Problem-solving and reasoning (PSR) lessons
Great problem-solving and reasoning questions (PSR) are those that provoke students into thinking. We want them to care about the problems they're solving, and to do that, we have to tickle their fancies, pique their
Problem-solving and reasoning (PSR) can be daunting when you’re teaching it for the first or hundredth time. Teaching PSR is an art, and like any art, there are solid foundation of principles you can follow
Student motivation is an art and a science. Short-term encouragements like stickers, certificates, badges and rewards can be short-lived. Even familial praise and peer recognition only provide temporary boosts that fade with time. The secret
Setting clear lesson goals Setting goals is how you guide yourself down your intended path. Having objectives in mind provides a way to align your actions in service of those big-picture targets. Sure, you
When non-educators hear the phrase ‘student-led conference’ they probably see scenes of chaos dancing around in their heads. Then the questions start: How could students effectively lead comprehensive and impactful conferences? Wouldn’t they only
Why it's important to celebrate student success We all have fond memories of our big classroom successes. These moments are etched into our memories forever. Sometimes, they even shape our career paths. They’re more
Structuring a science lesson for primary-age students is different from how you’d structure a spelling, reading or mathematics lesson. Science lessons need to be structured in a way that helps students think scientifically. We
Teaching primary students science can be an effort. However, there are simple ways to bring science into the class, reducing preparation time and increasing quality, hands-on scientific discovery. To start with, it's as simple as
Welcome to the very first 3P Learning Podcast! Our 3P Education Specialists are always talking pedagogy, learning frameworks and what's happening in the world of education, so we decided to stick a microphone in front