Engaging students with science, promoting social justice.
The Science Capital Teaching Approach is designed to support teachers in helping students find more meaning and relevance in science and, as a result, engage more with the subject.
The ideas for the approach were co-developed and trialled over four years between Enterprising Science researchers and 43 secondary science teachers in England.
We hope you find the following Science Capital Teaching Approach resources useful.
We have a number of resources translated into other languages. Please get in touch to request a digital copy or if you’d like to discuss translating any of our material. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download, read and use the teacher's pack for a comprehensive introduction to the approach, including exercises and photocopiable resources.
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- Would you like to request hard copies of 'The Science Capital Teaching Approach' pack? Email us using the subject line 'Science Capital Teaching Approach - Request for hard copies'. COVID-19 update: There will be a delay in sending any physical resources due to ongoing campus access restrictions. Please get in touch for more information.
- Planning to train others on the Science Capital Teaching Approach? Contact us for additional resources, including an introduction video by Professor Louise Archer.
- We'd love to know what you think! Share your thoughts, views and experiences.
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Watch some of our teachers explaining their experience of the approach and why they think it is valuable
Watch and share the animation describing the approach in a nutshell
Snapshot of the key outcomes of the Science Capital Teaching Approach
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