Science Mark Part Two – An International Tool To Improve Science Teaching

In part 2 of this series the assessors of the National STEM Centre, share their findings with the school and college science community.

School Improvement is not a science – more an art form! There are hundreds of good ideas out there and it takes a skilled manager to recognise what will work for a particular school at a particular time. This is the second article written by three assessors of schools that have successfully gained a prestigious Science Mark Award from the National STEM Centre’, who want to share our observations about what constitutes excellent practice with the school and college science community and hope to provide inspiration for schools wanting to improve their practice.

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