- Edinburgh International Science Festival 2015
- 4th to 19th April 2015
The Science Festival provides exciting, engaging and educational activities the whole family can enjoy: from unique immersive workshops to sensational shows from the world's best science performers.
- POSTPONED _ watch for details Inquiry-based science teaching and learning: the way forward!
- 18th April 2015
This is about providing for STEM context for science investigations. Find out about many existing resources giving students realistic context for investigations and a sense of how science connects to their lives. The National Curriculum is promoting ‘Thinking Scientifically’. Ofsted’s National lead for Science, Brian Cartwright, is supporting this way forward. Secondary teachers
- London Region Committee meeting
- 22nd April 2015
The committee meets to organise events for the Region. If you are interested in getting involved please contact the Region secretary Sheila Curtis email@example.com or the Field Officer Frances Evans firstname.lastname@example.org
- Progression in science without national curriculum levels
- 25th April 2015
Progression in science without national curriculum levels - the use of formative and summative assessment. 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 London meeting at the Natural History Museum
- 25th April 2015
A great opportunity to find out about what the Museum can offer and to have a tour of the facilities. there will also be the ABM so you can meet other members of the region and the committee.
- North West Region 3 committee meeting
- 27th April 2015
Region 3 Committee meeting
- CLEAPSS microscale chemistry workshop - Worthing
- 30th April 2015
A one-day course for teachers and technicians Practical procedures for pupils using conventional equipment are often time-consuming and left out of teaching, consequently lowering pupil expectations of secondary school science. Small-scale chemistry is quick, saves on chemicals and offers variety in presentation.
- Faraday Challenge Day at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
- 12th May 2015
Faraday Challenge Days are part of a nationwide scheme run by the Institute of Engineering and Technology. The one day STEM activity is designed for teams of six students in Year 8 (ages 12-13). The students will research, design and make prototype solutions to tough engineering problems.
- ASE Whipsnade Teachmeet
- 14th May 2015
It is an informal and enjoyable gathering of those curious about teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, a teaching resource they love, a great website, a classroom activity - whatever you like! You can ask questions or simply turn up to soak up all the great ideas and enthusiasm. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleague
- North & East Midlands Region 16 committee meeting
- 14th May 2015
Region 16 committee meeting. Interested in joining the committee? contact our region secretary Rob Butler (email@example.com)
Come and join us at our committee meeting and have your voice heard as we discuss how we plan to meet the needs of members in our region. Tea and biscuits provided. If you can't be there in person, you can join us virtually by using a webcam and a microphone.