!!> Reading ➽ Non-Specialist Handbook: Teaching Physics to KS4 ➶ Author Ann Jerram – Carcier.co

Designed For Chemists And Biologists Teaching Outside Their Subject Specialism, This Book Offers Practical Advice On Getting The Essential Ideas Across At Key Stages And

4 thoughts on “Non-Specialist Handbook: Teaching Physics to KS4

  1. Eric Close Eric Close says:

    This is a good book, clear, informative, and well written I would recommend it for other students teachers alongside other books.

  2. LB LB says:

    Great book very helpful as a PGCE student NQT Must be due for a new edition soon

  3. Q Q says:

    All considered, this book is a very useful teaching aid I am a biochemist and found this book useful for conveying KS4 physics to pupils It takes you through the physics and also gives you some decent hints and tips on practicals This last point is possibly the most useful part about the book I, at least, have trouble thinking of imaginative, decent practicals if I am not entirely used to the subject matterThe reason that I have not given the book 5 stars is because it is a little dry in its delivery I accept that this is a reference text, but it could, occasionally, make a little effort to be captivating

  4. Nick Ball Nick Ball says:

    As a biology teacher I find this a very useful book for the physics classes I have to teach However, while good for GCSE and KS3 work I did not find it great for GNVQ.If you have to teach physics you should read this.