Past paper explorer for History exams

Past paper explorer for History exams

A group of University of Edinburgh students are so enthusiastic about developing tech solutions to help teachers that they spent their Christmas holidays working on a prototype tool to help pupils with exam revision. In collaboration with Katie, a Scottish history...

Project Soothe

Project Soothe

The resource provides a collection of wellbeing tools designed by young Citizen Scientists aged 10-21 years old. Children and young people are invited to test these wellbeing tools as young Citizen Scientists and to use them as self-help tools at their leisure. Children and young people are also invited to submit their own soothing images to the Project Soothe’s database which will be displayed in a gallery on the website. 

Descriptive Statistics: Dispersion

Descriptive Statistics: Dispersion

A power point resource for teachers of biology, geography and environmental science for pupils studying at Advanced Higher, ( AS-Level, and above), and early FE/HE levels. Of use for helping to achieve a basic understanding and application of the ‘spread of data’ in fieldwork, assignments and examination questions. It complements the Guide to Descriptive Statistics in Geosciences. This resource is for Self guided learning for learners and teachers to use in Geography, Biology, Data Science for Advanced Higher.

Volcano, continents and oceans

Volcano, continents and oceans

Properties and uses of substances, Earth’s Materials, People Place & Environment. This mini resource comprises 2 sessions (or one afternoon). Session 1 uses songs to name and locate the continents, oceans and Pacific Ring of Fire. Session 2 involves a reaction of vinegar and bicarbonate of soda to mimic a volcanic eruption. This resource is for teachers, parents and carers to use in Science IDL for Second (P5-P7).

Climate change game

Climate change game

A card game to develop HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) using climate change in the Alps. Learners discuss whether a fictional ski instructor should exchange his skis for bicycle wheels. Included in this guide is ‘Meet the Scientists’, about the real climate scientists. This resource is for teachers to use in Sciences/ languages (german) for Second / Third (P5 – S3).

Sea Level and Climate change

Sea Level and Climate change

An eight-part project about sea level change since the ice age. Covers glaciation, global warming and isostasy. Includes lesson plans, presentations, workbooks and a template for a timeline poster to illustrate the content of the eight sessions. This resource is for teachers to use in Geography/sciences IDL for Third/Fourth.

Guide to Drawing and Interpreting Graphs in Geosciences

Guide to Drawing and Interpreting Graphs in Geosciences

A resource for pupils studying at SCQF Level 6-7, (Scottish Higher, AS-Level, and above) which details the use of graphs in the field of geoscience. May be of use to teachers of geography, the sciences or even as an application of mathematics. Of use for helping to achieve problem solving, data handling and scientific investigation learning outcomes. This resource is for Self guided learning for learners and teachers to use in Geography, Biology and any subject area using graphs for Higher.

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