GCSE Science – What’s changing in the new specifications

If you’re in a world of confusion about the new GCSE specification have a look at our Collins New GCSE Science blog, containing articles on what is really changing in the new spec, how to handle controlled assessment and how you can use Bad Science in the classroom.

Written by Science Advisor Ed Walsh, the articles try and make sense of the changes and offer some suggestions on how you might tackle them.

What do you think of the new specs so far and how are you preparing for teaching in September?  We’d love to hear your thoughts, here or on the Science blog.

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