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ASE Northern Conference 2016 - Presentations

This conference aimed to share the latest research, resources and good practice to support and develop the best teaching and learning in science. The resources that follow have been made available with the kind permission of the presenters who retain all copyright. In partnership with STEM learning and Sheffield Institute of Education

Region 4 Yorkshire and the Humber Newsletter - September 2016

This newsletter includes information about four future events in the region. Please print out the information and display in the prep room, encouraging all your colleagues to attend.

Directions to Charles Street, Sheffield Hallam University.

Directions to the conference venue: Sheffield Institute of Education, Charles Street, Sheffield Hallam University

November 2016 Conference session summaries

Session details for the ASE Northern Area Conference at Sheffield Hallam University Institute of Education. Saturday 19th November 2016.

Yorks and Humber President's Lecture 2016

Details of the Yorks and Humberside President's Lecture.

Region 4 Yorkshire and the Humber Newsletter - June 2016

All the latest news and events from ASE Yorkshire and the Humber.

Science and Mathematics Education Conference (SMEC) 2016

STEM Teacher Education - Initial and Continuing professional development is the 7th Science and Mathe-matics Education Conference (SMEC). 16th-17th June 2016 Institute of Education, DCU St. Patrick’s College

Region 4 Yorkshire and the Humber Newsletter - April 2016

All the latest news from ASE Yorkshire and the Humber including science education updates and upcoming events.

Welcome to the ICASE January – February 2016 Newsletter!

The ICASE Newsletter is a publication containing current information about ICASE, initiatives conducted by ICASE member organisations, and topics of interest in the field of science education.

Region 4 Yorkshire and the Humber Newsletter - January 2016

Latest news and events from ASE Yorkshire and the Humber.

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