SingTeach Sep/Oct 2014: Science Communication
Monday, 01 September 2014
thrive in a world driven
by technology and science, our students will have to be scientifically
literate. They need content knowledge,
but they will also need to understand and use the language of science.
by Dr Tang Kok Sing
of NSSE, the Sep/Oct issue of SingTeach
focuses on how students read, write and talk
in the Science classroom.
Also, this issue is our 50th! To
celebrate this milestone, we’ll be holding a contest for readers in early October. More details to
come on our Facebook page, so
don’t forget to “Like” us!
>> Let's Talk (and Read and Write) Science
>> Arguing to Learn
>> Finding the Right Words
>> A Literature Review of Science Communication
>> Teachers from CHIJ (St Joseph's Convent) and Northbrooks Secondary School in Explaining Science PRO-fesionally
>> Si Ling Primary School in Articulation and Writing in Science
>> Dr Caroline Ho from ELIS, in The Importance of Effective Communication
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