The Association for Science Education

Events on 26 September 2013

A STEM Club from Scratch! 4.30pm -6.30pm
26th September 2013

Science Lab,The School of Education, Bangor University, Normal Site, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2PZ 16.30 -18.30
Have you thought of setting up a STEM Club and don't know where to start?
The focus of the event is on Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Clubs. STEM Clubs are lunchtime or after-school clubs based on one or more of the STEM subjects - if you are planning or already running a club and you would like resources and ideas, this event will help you.
At this event you will learn about what a STEM Club can be and hear from teachers who have created successful clubs in their schools, providers of club resources and STEM Ambassadors – volunteers from local business who could add value to your clubs.
At the meeting you can tell us about what you are doing to inspire students in your STEM Club
Discuss ideas that you have that may be of interest to teacher
Be an audience participant - just come along, ask a few questions, eat cake and soak up the inspiration.

Your input is vital!
If you have something to share about your club – good resources, grants you have received, creative working practices, problems you need to solve – why not come along to discuss
The meeting is an informal and dynamic way of exploring a topic and are all about teachers getting together to share ideas.

To reserve a place contact cerianangharad@ase.org.uk 07870351212