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Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum Year 9 (print and digital)

Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum Year 9 (print and digital)
AUTHOR(S):
Kerrie Ardley / Emma Bone / Dr Eddy De Jong / Christopher Humphreys
REGION:
Victoria
LEVELS:
Year 9
SUBJECT AREA:
Sciences
ISBN:
9781108629188
PUBLICATION DATE:
19/07/2019
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Inspire today’s science students with resources that truly address the requirements of the curriculum, provide much needed support for implementing STEM in the classroom, help to engage every student in science, and include valuable digital resources that genuinely enhance science teaching and learning.

What you can expect from Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum for Years 7–10:

  • A resource developed by a team of engaged authors who are excited to offer a fresh new approach to teaching science drawing on current best-practice.
  • Practical support for implementing STEM with authentic activities in every chapter, created and/or reviewed by STEM experts, that draw on real-world problems to engage students.
  • A range of activity types to cater for different abilities and interests that will support and extend every Year 7–10 science student.
  • An outstanding visual design which makes use of carefully selected photos, illustrations and diagrams, an uncluttered, easy-to-follow layout, and practical colour-coding to make it accessible for all students.
  • Innovative digital capabilities, fully integrated with the print textbook and powered by Cambridge Edjin, the same platform that powers Cambridge HOTmaths – our trusted teaching and learning system that delivers rich and engaging digital resources and a powerful Learning Management System.

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1 Thinking like a scientist

2 Homeostasis
STEM: Simulating the transmission of disease

3 Response and coordination
STEM: Texting and reaction times – what do the numbers say?

4 Ecosystems
STEM: Saving an endangered species!

5 Atoms
STEM: Designing and creating a product using bioplastics

6 Chemical reactions
STEM: Baristas and the curdling milk problem

7 Our changing Earth
STEM: Earthquake-proof structures

8 Electricity
STEM: Can you see the renewables?

9 Electromagnetism
STEM: The simplest maglev system

Inspire today’s science students with resources that truly address the requirements of the curriculum, provide much needed support for implementing STEM in the classroom, help to engage every student in science, and include valuable digital resources that genuinely enhance science teaching and learning.

cambridge.edu.au/education/science

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Kerrie Ardley

Kerrie Ardley has taught a variety of Junior and VCE Sciences throughout her teaching career. Currently, she is the Head of Psychology at an independent school and also holds a position as a VCAA assistant Chief Assessor. Kerrie enjoys teaching junior science, and seeing students learn through the connections between theory, practical work and the world around us.

Emma Bone

Emma Bone thrives on the dynamic and practical nature of science, which led her to a first class honour s degree in Biomedical Science. Her desire to enable students to maximise their potential brought about a career as a science teacher in Australia and in the UK where she was also a Chemistry specialist teaching both GCSE and A Level courses.

Dr Eddy De Jong

Dr. Eddy de Jong has been involved with Science and Physics education at the secondary and tertiary level for many years. He has taught Science at all lev els, senior HSC/VCE Physics and University Physics. He was involved in the Victorian Gifted Students Physics Network, was a Physics Study Design writer with VCAA, and is currently chair of the VCE Physics Examinations Panel. He is a successful author of numerous Science and Physics texts. He is passionate about seeing young minds engaging with Science and Physics and aims to instil in students a sense of curiosity whilst developing their critical thinking skills.

Christopher Humphreys

Christopher Humphreys is currently Head of Mathematics and Physics at a tertiary college for international students. He graduated from Nottingham University in the UK and completed his MSc in Physics at the University of Waikato in New Zealand. He has over thirty years’ experience as a teacher in state and private schools in the UK, New Zealand and Australia.