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Upcoming events

ASE Teachmeet /Dysgwrdd
21st October 2014

You are warmly invited to a free TeachMeet for Secondary School STEM Teachers held after school
The meetings are designed to support you in your involvement with STEM enrichment activities, providing an opportunity to share ideas in a friendly atmosphere with other teachers. Supply and trainee teachers and technicians also invited. Tea, coffee and cakes.
Autumn Term dates:
Tue 21 October
4.30 - 6pm
Ysgol Clywedog Wrexham

Techniquest Glyndŵr:
Numeracy employer engagement programme
British Science Association:
Enrichment grants for schools in Wales
See Science:
Society of Biology: Gopher Science for transition
To reserve places, for further information, or to book a presentation slot to discuss your own good work, contact Rachel Mason cpd@tqg.org.uk

Fe’ch gwahoddir yn gynnes i DdysGwrdd am ddim i Athrawon STEM Ysgolion Uwchradd a gynhelir ar ôl ysgol mewn lleoliad wrth eich ymyl chi.
Nod y cyfarfodydd yw eich cefnogi wrth ymwneud â gweithgareddau cyfoethogi STEM, gan roi cyfle i chi rannu syniadau mewn awyrgylch cyfeillgar gydag athrawon eraill. Gwahoddir technegwyr ac athrawon dan hyfforddiant a chyflenwi hefyd. Te, coffi a chacennau
Dyddiadau Tymor yr Hydref:
Maw 21 Hydref
4.30 - 6pm
Ysgol Clywedog Wrecsam

Techniquest Glyndŵr:
Rhaglen ymgysylltu â chyflogwyr ar rifedd
Cymdeithas Wyddoniaeth Prydain:
Grantiau cyfoethogi ar gyfer ysgolion yng Nghymru
Gweld Gwyddoniaeth:
Y Gymdeithas Fioleg: Gwyddoniaeth Goffer ar gyfer pontio



I gadw llefydd, am fwy o wybodaeth, neu i archebu slot cyflwyno i drafod eich gwaith da eich hun, cysylltwch â Rachel Mason cpd@tqg.org.uk

The Future of Outdoor Learning in a Changing World
6th to 8th November 2014

The Real World Learning Network explores and shares successful approaches to learning outside the classroom. The Network is hosting a Conference, taking place from 6th-8th November 2014 at FSC Castle Head in Cumbria to demonstrate a new model for outdoor learning.

ASE Teachmeet at Leicester University
6th November 2014

Come and be inspired by hearing teachers sharing their good resources for teaching and learning science to primary pupils. Join in the discussion, get new ideas for your lessons and maybe contribute yourself. "I have attended many CPD sessions but never had so much to take back and use myself before I attended this Teach meet".

ASE Teachmeet
6th November 2014


You are warmly invited to a free TeachMeet for Secondary School STEM Teachers held after school at a venue near you.
The meetings are designed to support you in your involvement with STEM enrichment activities, providing an opportunity to share ideas in a friendly atmosphere with other teachers. Supply and trainee teachers and technicians also invited. Tea, coffee and cakes.
Thu 6 November
4.30 - 6pm
Bangor University School of Computer Science

Techniquest Glyndŵr:
LEGO Mindstorm EV3 robotics workshops
Technocamps:
Raspberry Pi projects
Institute of Physics:
Robotics on a shoestring
To reserve places, for further information, or to book a presentation slot to discuss your own good work, contact Rachel Mason cpd@tqg.org.uk

ASE Question Time: Assessment of Science Under the New Curriculum
12th November 2014

The removal of levels has brought with it, both opportunities and challenges to science teachers. Come along and join in the debate about which assessment methods will work best. Share your ideas and put your questions and concerns directly to our panel of experts, gathered from across the field. The panel of experts will be chaired by Dr Chris Harrison (ASE Chair)

Progression in science without national curriculum levels -the use of formative and summative assessment
15th November 2014

Find out about approaching inquiry in a formative way and take a closer look at progession without levels with ASE chair and international assessment for learning guru, Christine Harrison.
Free copy of Beyond the Black Box to those who register early.

ASE West of England Conference 2014
15th November 2014

ASE West of England's Annual Conference will take place at Bath Spa University, to help celebrate the launch of their Institute for Education. A range of workshops for primary and secondary educators will be followed by the keynote talk from ASE president and science broadcaster, Prof. Alice Roberts. Everyone is welcome to this free event and bookings are now open.

ASE Primary Science Teachmeet
18th November 2014

Come and be inspired by hearing teachers sharing their good resources for teaching and learning science to primary pupils. Join in the discussion, get new ideas for your lessons and maybe contribute yourself. "I have attended many CPD sessions but never had so much to take back and use myself before I attended this Teach meet".

Maths at the Museum
19th November 2014

Wednesday 19 November 2014 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm
National Slate Museum, Llanberis, Gwynedd
You are invited to contribute to a teacher forum to discuss the development of an innovative, bilingual, skills-based maths toolkit inspired by the collections across the National Museums of Wales. The toolkit will include resources to use in teaching the Numeracy Framework, support the development of skills, and the transition from primary to secondary school-based learning.



Book your place: http://teacherforumllanberis.eventbrite.co. uk

Building Expertise in the New Curriculum - University of Huddersfield
22nd November 2014

Yorkshire Regional Joint Conference, supported by the University of Huddersfield. An excellent CPD opportunity with national and regional speakers to explain the latest changes in curriculum and assessment and to support and develop the best teaching and learning

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