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Saturday, June 8 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Big Books or Little Books: why & how Floor Books enhance teaching, learning and assessment. FULL
Limited Capacity full

In this workshop there will be:
  • examples of Floor Books used in PSTT Fellows' schools that show evidence of children's enquiry skills and how they have been used for formative and summative assessment
  •  illustrations of resources that stimulate children to think and talk in science and show how this can be recorded in a Floor Book
  • discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of using traditional Floor Books to record science in primary schools
  • suggestions on how current technology might provide an alternative type of shared science book

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Alison Trew

PSTT Area Mentor (South West) & Website Resources Developer, Primary Science Teaching Trust
PSTT Area Mentor (South West) and Website Resources Developer.Project Lead for PSTT project: Introducing cutting-edge research to primary children through I bet you didn't know... articles.Responsible for PSTT online resources: Floorbooks & Air Pollution Research.Associate Lecturer... Read More →