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Upcoming events

Practical Matters ASE Techmeet and Teachmeet
10th March 2016

Techmeet 2.00pm Teachmeet 4.30pm Refreshments provided
ASE Cymru will be hosting a TechMeet for Science Technicians and TeachMeet for Science Teachers focusing on Practical Work .

Visit eventbrite and use the link http://asepracticalmattersswansea.eventbrite.co.uk


or to sign up or edit the teachmeet Wiki Page go to http://tinyurl.com/h6z7ugd


Secondary Leadership Conference
11th March 2016

This conference will enable secondary science leaders and senior leaders to learn more about key priorities from Christine Harrison of the ASE, and explore the finer detail of tackling key areas of the new curriculum.

Assessing the New Curriculum Conference - Nottingham University
12th March 2016

Advice from both primary and secondary specialists in how and what to assess at each key stage.

The morning will begin with an introduction them delegates will divide into primary and secondary teachers/ students.
Experts from the examinations boards are present to answer your queries and we have some national primary expert teachers Booking is via Eventbrite - see below..

ASE/STEM Education Centre London Teachers Conference 2016
12th March 2016

Our annual ASE London Regional teachers, conference this year will focus on how learning and teaching can be creative and engaging across all key stages. We have a range of top class presenters who will be looking at how the new curriculum may be approached to maximise student engagement and enthusiasm for the subject.

ASE Workshop: From Evolution to Assessment - Birmingham City University
19th March 2016

Join us for a thought provoking keynote address with Stuart Naylor on Evolution and what issues are raised when teaching this fascinating subject. The keynote will be followed by workshops, lead by specialists, that will focus on progression in science without levels and the use of formative assessment at KS1-KS4.

ASE Wirral Primary Science TeachMeet
23rd March 2016

For anyone involved or interested in primary science teaching in Wirral, West Cheshire, Liverpool, Flintshire and beyond!

ASE Science TeachMeet - Watford Grammar School for Girls
23rd March 2016

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! There will also be a chance to visit the new Geodesic dome lab built on the top of the science block!

Space across the Science Curriculum – a hands-on masterclass for science teachers
24th March 2016

How to use inspirational contexts from space science to boost student attainment and engagement in the KS3 and KS4 curriculum.

Science Festival 2016: Building Better Worlds - Edinburgh
26th March to 10th April 2016

This year's festival theme is Building Better Worlds, running from 26 March – 10 April. The 2016 programme takes a look at how science, technology, engineering and design have the potential to improve the world we live in and the way we live within it.

Region 10 (Berkshire and Oxfordshire) Committee meeting
12th April 2016

This is a meeting of the region committee. If you would like to become involved then please contact Frances Evans francesevans@ase.org.uk

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