Learning Resources – Science Museum Group

Author: Science Museum Group

Recommended by: Beatriz García Fernández

“This site brings together resources from our Museums, including activities, games and videos. Discover activities to support a range of curriculum topics for use in the classroom, in museum galleries and beyond.”

https://learning.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/learning-resources/

Blocs d’attributes, Réglettes de Cuisenaire, Internet (en Français)

Author: Fernández-Cézar, R.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“Dans ces feuilles de travail, les élèves travaillent avec les blocs logiques (P1), le raisonnement logico-mathématique, le sens des nombres (P2) et la recherche critique de matériel sur ces deux sujets sur l’Internet (P3). Elle est destinée à être utilisée par les futurs enseignants de l’enseignement préscolaire.”

Pratique 1 – Blocs d’attributes (blocs logiques):

Pratique 2 – Réglettes de Cuisenaire:

Pratique 3 – Mathématiques des enfants sur Internet:

Attribute Blocks, Cuisenaire Rods, The Internet

Author: Fernández-Cézar, R.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“In these worksheets students work with logical blocks (W1), logical-mathematical reasoning, number sense (W2) and the critical search for material on these two topics on the Internet (W3). It is oriented to be used by future Preschool teachers.”

Worksheet 1 – Attribute Blocks:

Worksheet 2 – Cuisenaire Rods:

Worksheet 3 – The Internet:

Teaching Science Effectively to Limited English Proficient Students.

Author: Sutman, F. X., et al.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication sets out strategies for teachers to deploy in order to achieve effective science teaching, even if the level of proficiency in the foreign language is limited.”

Assessment Strategies to Inform Science and Mathematics Instruction. It’s Just Good Teaching

Author: Stepanek, J. & Jarrett, D.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication proposes learning assessment strategies as well as reorientation of instruction according to the observation carried out.”

The Inclusive Classroom Meeting the Needs of Gifted Students: Differentiating Mathematics and Science Instruction.

Author: Stepanek, J.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication includes proposals for teaching science and mathematics from an inclusive perspective, with an emphasis on high-achieving students.”