Find out more about the type of things our Science For All teachers and Teaching Assistants are developing by watching the following You Tube link. In this clip Patrick Organ of the Forest School Knaersborough describes how they use photography as a teaching and learning tool.
Science For All is an exciting project that brings together teachers and teaching assistants with expertise in Special Educational Needs from four Yorkshire Schools together with a group of curriculum developers and other experts from the Centre for Science Education at Sheffield Hallam University. Collaboratively we are working to develop resources to help support SEN youngsters in their engagement and enjoyment of science.
Science for All 2 ‘Learning from Experience’ is a project proposal that aims to build upon the experience of a previous AZSTT project Science For All. This project is to be based around the same four schools currently within the Science for All. However, there would be an emphasis upon developing resources that are based upon experiential learning. All four schools are keen to continue working together to create a second phase of resources. This time the focus for the resource development will be slightly different from those of Science For All, which promoted functional skills development, this project is more focused upon the development of resource that are based around Experiential Learning where Experiential Learning is the process of making meaning from direct experience.