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- Free STEM enrichment project: like X Factor for engineers
- 10th to 21st March 2014
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- Jocelyn Bell Lecture for 6th form students at the Ulster Museum
- 19th March 2014
Professor Bell will talk about her work and will directly address the STEM agenda by encouraging pupils to continue studying the science subjects, particularly Physics.
- Raising Attainment in GCSE Science
- 25th March 2014
An invaluable workshop for teachers preparing students for examinations. Ed will introduce a range of strategies to tackle revision and the literacy and numeracy skills required for terminal examinations.
- Developing Discussion in Secondary Science
- 7th to 8th April 2014
This course will support you to develop discussion skills in the secondary science classroom. You will be introduced to a variety of ideas and activities for developing thinking skills and interpersonal capabilities in secondary science, particularly in relation to controversial or sensitive issues.
- ASE (NI) Region Committee
- 8th April 2014
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- Skills for New Technicians - NSLC CPD Course
- 17th to 18th June 2014
This course is ideal for new or inexperienced technicians and is designed to give a grounding in the role within school or college settings. Sessions on this course will cover the role and responsibilities of a technician, supporting safe classroom practice, policies and procedures, and technicians skills.
(Please note this course is only available to technicians with less than three years experience).
- Chemistry Skills for Technicians - NSLC CPD course
- 19th to 20th June 2014
This course is ideal for more experienced technicians or those looking to further develop their skills. The course will focus on how technicians can support and help to improve the effectiveness of practical work in school chemistry (at both pre- and post-16 levels).
- National Insect Week 2014 – Little Things That Run The World
- 23rd to 29th June 2014
National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects. Every two years, the Royal Entomological Society organises the week, supported by a number of partner organisations with interests in the science, natural history and conservation of insects.
- The First World War: its chemical origins
- 4th November 2014
This is a free RSC Lecture. Hear about the 19th century chemistry which underpinned the industrial production of warfare materials.