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From Teachers TV

This collection consists of two videos presenting mathematics and science lessons which aim to help students to understand how their mathematical skills relate to the real world but also to encourage students to think about careers in STEM professions. The teachers use real-life examples and role-play to motivate...

Produced by the Department for Education, these resources contain a range of support materials for those involved in the delivery of information, advice and guidance (IAG) in STEM-related areas.

From the Wellcome Trust, these short animations can be downloaded and used in the classroom. The animations help students to understand a range of biological processes and diseases. These include:
* The genome, methods used in DNA sequencing and the translation and transcription of DNA into proteins
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Protozoans

Protozoa are single celled organisms with a defined nucleus and live in many different habitats. These animations, from the Wellcome Trust, show how certain protozoa have evolved complex parasitic life cycles to exploit the human body, with serious consequences for health.

Animations look at parasites...

Parasitic Worms

These animations, from the Wellcome Trust, help to show how parasitic worms are a major public health problem.

Thriving in numerous parts of the world associated with poor sanitation or water, these parasites have devised ingenious mechanisms that allow them to enter the human body, resulting in serious...

Bacterial Diseases

Bacteria are one of the simplest forms of independent life with no nucleus or membrane bound organelles. These animations, from the Wellcome Trust, show that, despite this apparent simplicity, bacterial diseases pose a profound threat to world health. The animations are suitable as a lesson starter, to introduce...

Role Models

This collection contains supporting materials and resources from the Department for Education to support professionals from STEM business and industry, such as STEM Ambassadors, who are taking part in schools or community enrichment activities.

This collection includes the topics that were developed by international teams of teachers participating in Science Across the World between 1991 and 2010. The project was run by the Association for Science Education (ASE). A special feature of the topics is that they are available in several languages. Every topic...

This collection includes the topics that were developed for secondary students by international teams of teachers as part of the Science Across the World project. The project was run by the Association for Science Education (ASE). Every topic leads towards an exchange of findings and ideas between groups of...

Nuffield Chemistry

The Nuffield Science Teaching Project began in 1962. One of the first problems tackled by the project was the teaching of O-level physics, chemistry and biology. The Nuffield Chemistry team produced guidance...

Stage III was the last part of the Nuffield Chemistry Sample Scheme for O-level Chemistry. It was designed to give students the opportunity to apply the skills and ideas they had met in Stages I and II to a number of selected fields of study. At O-level each student was...

The Nuffield Chemistry Background Books appeared as a series of colourful, highly illustrated, short readers to amplify and extend work done in class. Some of the books described applications of chemistry, others were historical while a few focused on particular...

The Nuffield Chemistry Background Books appeared as a series of colourful, highly illustrated, short readers to amplify and extend work done in class. Some of the books described applications of chemistry, others were historical while a few focused on particular...

The Nuffield Chemistry team produced three publications to give general guidance about the approach to teaching suggested by its Sample Scheme:
*Introduction and Guide
*A Handbook for Teachers
*Collected Experiments

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Medical Physics

The Institute of Physics's Medical Physics Group has produced a set of teaching materials which can be used to teach medical physics at GCSE/Standard level in schools. Much of the material is appropriate to use for A-level medical physics options.

The Institute's Teaching Medical Physics resources, that...

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