Kit In A Kase is a innovative electronic teaching tool suitable for use in KS1 through to KS3. The product is accessible and easy to adapt while being user friendly.
Kit In A Kase is a innovative electronic teaching tool suitable for use in KS1 through to KS3.
This product is accessible and easy to adapt while being user friendly.
CSI Investigation- KS3
Target age range: Years 7 – 9.
Length of activity: From 1 1/2 hours.
Learning outcomes: Pupils will be taken through a series of investigations and experiments to enable them to solve a ‘murder’. They will be provided with information to allow them to devise their own motives and theories.
Talk with slideshow: Students will explore a crime investigation. They will be presented with evidence and background to suspects that will allow them to eliminate suspects one by one.
Hands-on experiments: Students will test samples to determine their origin, they will determine blood groups and carry out two different techniques to lift fingerprints; dusting and superglue fumigation. They will apply their results to a crime to determine suspects.
Kit In A Kase provide the information and resources to be able to run interactive hands-on minds-on science in your classroom confidently and engaging all pupils.
The resources supplied consist of;
Suggested sequence of activities
Comprehensive teacher notes
Full equipment list with suggested suppliers
Links to the national Curriculum and assessment models
Kit In A Kase products have been tried and tested during their development both in the UK and overseas and are used by experienced teachers teaching outside of their specialism or as enrichment; newly qualified teachers to build confidence in conducting practicals and trainee teachers.
Kit In A Kase are designed to make science relevant, accessible and achievable. They use low cost materials to maximum impact in education.
‘…it is very hard as a Primary School Teacher to have all the subject knowledge needed to teach a specific topic. Kit In A Kase deliver fun experiments that as a teacher myself may not have the confidence or resources to do.’
‘…Kit In A Kase has given me ideas into how to teach very complicated topics to students….’