Author: John Fines,Nichol John,Nuffield Foundation
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books - Primary Division (February 19, 1997)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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The Nuffield Science Teaching Project was a programme to develop a better approach to teaching science in British secondary schools, under the auspices of the Nuffield Foundation. Although not intended as a curriculum, it gave rise to alternative national examinations, and its use of discovery learning was influential in the 1960s and 1970s.
The Nuffield Primary History project developed a range of approaches and techniques for doing history with children, between and . Sarah Codrington coordinated the project from the Nuffield Foundation.
The Nuffield Primary History project developed a range of approaches and techniques for doing history with children, between and 1991 and 2009. The resources produced by the project are all real lessons which have been taught by real teachers. They include guidance on teaching and examples of children's work. Many of the lessons have been developed by teachers as part of their continuing professional development. In 2011, the Nuffield Foundation passed the Nuffield Primary History resources to the Historical Association for continued dissemination to primary teachers.
Its current chief executive is Tim Gardam. The Foundation's income comes from the interest on its investments and it spends about £10 million on charitable activities each year.
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Pupils in both primary and secondary school can find themselves locked in a cycle of despair, suffering from anxiety which harms their maths performance. Maths anxiety’ causing fear and despair in children as young as six.
Nuffield Primary History. Directors: Jon Nichol, John Fines, Jacqui Dean and Ray Verrier. The Nuffield Primary History principle is that everything published has been taught by teachers or the team. Lessons take the form of a narrative based on work with children. Many lessons were produced by teachers on professional development courses. Thinking about teaching and learning in primary history continues to be dominated by the work of the Nuffield Primary History project.
The Nuffield History Project: Teaching Primary History (Nuffield Primary History Project). Publisher:Heinemann Educational Books - Primary Division. by Nuffield Foundation, John Fines, John Nichol.
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primary school history teaching should always involve both axes but that . was also funded by the Nuffield Foundation in the United Kingdom. John Fines and Nichol Jon, Teaching Primary History (London: Heinemann, 1997)
primary school history teaching should always involve both axes but that most lessons taught will be. at different points of intersection. It was the idea of the late John. John Fines and Nichol Jon, Teaching Primary History (London: Heinemann, 1997). John Fines, "Pharaoh's Court," in Teaching History (Edinburgh: Holmes McDougall, 1983). Kieran Egan, "Teaching the varieties of history," in Teaching History, (Edinburgh: Holmes.