The Association for Science Education

Links

Link to Admin Area (Members Only) Admin Area (Members Only)

Login to access the Rules, Charter, and By-Laws, as well as view ASE Policy, AGM Minutes, Region Handbooks and a whole range of important member information.

Link to Beacon East for teacher visits Beacon East for teacher visits

A visit to Marshalls Aerospace in Cambridge was one of the recent excellent visits provided by Beacon East. For more information about visits all round the East of England go on-line.

Link to Bee Scene Bee Scene

Many schools around the country, including the South
East, have been involved in a survey of bees. Further
information, how to take part and resources are available from
www.plantlife.org.uk.

Link to Plantlife Plantlife

A scientific (ecological) enquiry for KS1 and KS2. Ongoing.

Link to Practical Action Resources Practical Action Resources

We have come across two great new FREE resources from Practical Action. Their image gallery is a collection of images from developing countries divided into topics including transport, climate change, farming and recycling. Each image is embedded in a word doc so is easy to cut and paste and comes with a brief description.

Link to Primary Science Quality Mark Primary Science Quality Mark

Information for Schools

Link to Science Learning Centre East of England Science Learning Centre East of England

The Science Learning Centre East of England provides relevant, innovative CPD for all those involved in science education across the East of England region.

The Science Learning Centre East of England is run by the University of Hertfordshire in partnership with the ASE (Association for Science Education), Hertfordshire LEA and SETPOINT Hertfordshire. These partners draw on the expertise of organisations across the region to bring the latest advancements in science to teachers and technicians

Link to Sustainability issues in science and design and technology Sustainability issues in science and design and technology

The second resource has been developed for the 14-19 years engineering diploma in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Engineering. It consists of eight practical activities students carry out which raise their awareness and understanding of how important sustainability issues are in engineering. They can also be adapted to look at sustainability issues in science and design and technology so please do take a look.

Link to Teaching Video prizes Teaching Video prizes

For teachers of 13-18 year olds to upload videos of them teaching - for students to revise, or other teachers to see their best ideas. Prizes of around £2000 a month and £100,000 at the end!

Link to The Geology Matters website shows the history of the Earth The Geology Matters website shows the history of the Earth

Geology Matters shows images of a wide range of fossils, rocks and minerals found within museum collections in the Black Country.

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