- Susan Rowley
I worked as a research chemist prior to retraining as a Science teacher. After several years I was appointed as Head of Science at a small co-educational school. This gave me the opportunity to learn about leadership and implement some significant programs to engage and motivate students in science and particularly cater to the learning needs of girls. In 2009, I took up the position of Head of Science at an independent girls school. This has given me the opportunity to further my interest in girls education in Science and Year 9 students. I want to find ways to improve the participation of girls in the enabling sciences and develop opportunities that include negotiated learning and assessment.
- Can this be done using the Museum in a Box?
- This is a lovely diagram, however, it is to complex for junior Science students.
- It would be useful to have links to images or detailed information about individual rocks from this page.
- This is a great resource to stimulate student thought about how our energy future may look and what we might need to do inorder to get there. Does anyone have a stimulus activity/worksheet to go with it?