Novel resources

7th March 2003 at 00:00
At the annual conference of the Association for Science Education Scotland, which begins today in Aberdeen, new and useful teaching equipment being featured includes resources for biology from the Scottish Schools Equipment Research Centre, while the Scottish Science and Technology Network will explain how 10-to 17-year-olds can access industry-related information, advice and support not normally available in the classroom. Andrew Morrison, schools liaison officer with the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, will review several novel resources for teaching physics, including moon dust and meteorites (which schools can borrow from the PPARC), the Classroom Space Project and the National Schools Observatory, which this year will begin giving schools subsidised access to professional telescopes.

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