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    Hello everybody!
    I am studying to be a primary teacher. This is my last year and i am writing my thesis. It is about teaching physics with experiments in primary schools. I would like to gather some ideas, sources, sites, videos, websites, e-books anything that could help me get start with and get inspired! Any ideas how to start searching?
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    (Original post by EiriniCh)
    Hello everybody!
    I am studying to be a primary teacher. This is my last year and i am writing my thesis. It is about teaching physics with experiments in primary schools. I would like to gather some ideas, sources, sites, videos, websites, e-books anything that could help me get start with and get inspired! Any ideas how to start searching?
    Thanks !
    google "physics in primary school"?

    here's something
    http://www.iop.org/activity/outreach...ics/index.html

    maybe say something about educational games
    e.g.
    http://www.kerbaledu.com/teaching <- might be suitable for high attaining primary pupils
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    (Original post by Joinedup)
    google "physics in primary school"?

    here's something
    http://www.iop.org/activity/outreach...ics/index.html

    maybe say something about educational games
    e.g.
    http://www.kerbaledu.com/teaching <- might be suitable for high attaining primary pupils
    Thanks so much! i have googled it of course, just needed feedback of people that may know more specific and reliable sites!
 
 
 
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