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The Let’s Think Forum is a registered charity led by a group of academics, teachers and tutors. We work with teachers through professional development programmes and the provision of exemplar lessons in English, mathematics and science.


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Has it really been three decades? Revisiting CASE* in 2020

By Alan Edmiston

* CASE stands for Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education and is an enrichment programme that includes a series of 30 lessons that develop scientific reasoning in Key Stage 3. Recently I have been supporting twelve schools across the Tees Valley to use CASE.  In all of the schools I was able to work with someone […]

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How can we ever be sure? Thoughts on climate, Parkinson’s disease and Let’s Think

By Stuart Twiss

Climate and the weather  “The weather forecasters are always getting it wrong, it promised rain all day but look at this sunshine!” “This is global warming, is it?” The everyday descriptions of weather, forecasting and the causes of our experienced weather are riddled with misconceptions.  Weather forecasting is expected to be precise rather than probabilistic. […]

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01/04/20

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10/03/20

Alan Edmiston blogs about 3 decades of CASE https://t.co/AM61zVaJ9a

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