Edexcel GCSE Science: Extension Units ActiveTeach Pack with CD-ROM by Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Mary Jones
  

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Edexcel GCSE Science: Extension Units ActiveTeach Pack with CD-ROM by Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Mary Jones

Developed alongside the new specifications, ActiveTeach is a powerful electronic learning resource that combines innovative teaching materials with the flexibility to introduce your own resources -- providing you with the perfect solution for seamless lesson planning and exciting whole-class teaching. This powerful electronic teaching resource is for front of class delivery and planning, with access for teachers. Students can view the interactive eBook via ActiveLearn| our new online homework and revision tool. * Packed with a bank of captivating BBC video clips to help bring your lessons to life. * An interactive version of the Science Student Book with tools that allow you to annotate, zoom in and highlight key sections, makes customisation easy and helps you to create lessons that incorporate you own tried-and-tested resources. * Includes a VLE site pack to give you maximum flexibility of use. Tested on Fronter, Moodle and Kaleidos. Go to www.pearsonschools.co.uk/VLEsupport to find out about compatibility with other VLEs.

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Mixed media product
Contains CD-ROM

Author

Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Mary Jones
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Publication date

13th September 2011

ISBN

9781846909382


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