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.
Drug Design and Action – KS3
Target age range: Years 7 – 9.
Length of activity: Approximately 1 hour – 1 1/2 hours.
Learning outcomes: Students will learn why medication and immunisation are required. The different methods of drug delivery will be introduced, as well as the reasons why these are used. Students will also think about what happens to drugs once they are inside the body.
Talk with slideshow: This session is based around an interactive presentation to illustrate how our bodies interact with drugs. Questions such as: ‘How do drugs get into our bodies?’ and ‘Why are different methods used?’ are explored.
Experiment: The hands-on activities give students the opportunity to examine aspects of drug delivery and to experiment with developing a drug to have specific properties.
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….’