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Progression in Science without national curriculum levels

Find out about approaching inquiry assessment in a formative way - based on the work done in the EU FP7 projects looking at the assessment of inquiry. This is good for focusing on progression and is better than using NC levels. It also reflects on how teachers can be better at articulating the good work they do in assessment. This helps subsequent teachers build on what pupils have already achieved, rather than starting afresh each year, Key Stage or phase. Free copy of Beyond the Black Box to those who register early.

Region 7 ASE West Midlands Newsletter - February 2015

All that latest news and events from ASE West Midlands.

ASE West Midlands Newsletter - November 2014

All the lastest news and events from your local committee.

Region 7 ASE West Midlands Newsletter - June 2014

West Midlands Newsletter - June 2014

Chemistry at Work (KS3)

Exciting hands-on workshops that showe how chemistry is used in jobs and other unexpected places

Open Meeting of RSC Midlands Education Division

Ever wondered what the Midlands Education Division do? Do you want to get involved? (no obligation!) •Meet the committee •Find out what they can offer schools/colleges •Join the discussions for the future •Optional tour of ThinkTankincluded You may be surprised……

Region 7 West Midlands Newsletter - December 2013

Join the ASE Midlands reception at the ASE Annual Conference 2014, University of Birmingham + the chance to visit Ecton Educational Centre.

Region 7 West Midlands Newsletter - May 2013

Visit Ecton Hill Copper Mine, could you host a TeachMeet and ASE Annual Conference return to Birmingham in 2014! Also lots more science and CPD events not to be missed.


For Secondary and Primary of STEM

Copper Mine Visit Booking Form 6 July 2013

Copper Mine Visit Booking Form 6 July

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