The Association for Science Education

ASE Annual Conference 2015 - University of Reading

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Creative Ways to Teach Primary Science - W97

Saturday 10th January 2015

14:00 - 15:00

Location : Palmer, 106

Speakers

  1. Jon Board - University of Manchester
  2. Dr Alan Cross

Workshop will illustrate creative teaching strategies that can be used to develop children's thinking.

Self-Evaluation Tool: Helping Departments Meet Outstanding - T162

Saturday 10th January 2015

14:00 - 15:00

Location : HumSS, 126

Speakers

  1. Mark Langley - National Science Learning Centre
  2. Becca Knowles - National Science Learning Centre

This interactive self-evaluation toolkit will help departments gauge their strengths and development needs and provide support in reaching targets.

From Sc1 to Working Scientifically - W96

Saturday 10th January 2015

14:00 - 15:00

Location : Palmer, G06

Speakers

  1. Jane Turner - PSQM
  2. Liz Lawrence - London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

How different is working scientifically from what I already do? What changes will I need to make? How can I support pupils and colleagues in moving towards working scientifically? This workshop, based around It's not fair: or is it? will use discussion and practical activities to help you to answer these (and other) questions.

Primary Data Logging - W98

Saturday 10th January 2015

14:30 - 15:30

Location : AMS, G8

Speakers

  1. Barbara Higginbotham - Data Harvest

Which material is best for curtains? Is the length of day the same all the year round? Simple but versatile, Vu supports science activities by providing children with simple measurements for evidence. We will be using Pictograms, Bar charts and Line graphs. If you have your own iPad or WiFi laptop to use, install the easy sense app and share the data.

Primary Science Forum - T163

Saturday 10th January 2015

15:15 - 16:30

Location : Palmer, 109

Speakers

  1. The ASE Primary Science Committee

Neuroprosthetics: From Homo Sapiens to Homo Mechanicus - T165

Saturday 10th January 2015

15:30 - 16:30

Location : Henley, G10

Speakers

  1. Dr Evangelos Devilopoulos - School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading

Thousands of patients live with spinal cord injury (SCI), macular degeneration or sensorineural hearing loss. While functional nerve regeneration is still far away from clinical application, despite many promising developments in animal models, neuroprosthetics is an emergent field which can offer immediate solutions to debilitating conditions associated with nerve damage. These technologies connect the human central and peripheral nervous systems to implantable electrodes which can stimulate precise groups of nerves, in order to restore functionality in specific organs.

Shaping the Future: From Nature to Nanotechnology - T164

Saturday 10th January 2015

15:30 - 16:30

Location : Henley, G15

Speakers

  1. Dr Adam Squires - School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy, University of Reading

Intricate 3D structures found throughoutnature, from shrews' eyes, butterflywings and sea urchins to mitochondriaand chloroplasts, can be used as mouldswithin nanotechnology. At Reading, weuse these natural structures as mouldsfor metal nanomaterials containing billionsof microscopic wires, giving electrodecoatings with thousand-fold surface areaincreases; this boosts power and reducesdevice size in applications from hybridcars to solar panels and rechargeablebatteries.

Working Scientifically at KS3 - D14

Saturday 10th January 2015

15:30 - 16:30

Location : HumSS, 124

Speakers

  1. Ed Walsh - Cornwall Learning

The new Programme of Study for Science at KS3 includes 'Working Scientifically' - a clearly defined set of inquiry skills that are required to be delivered throughout the course. Teachers will also want to be developing these skills in preparation for courses at KS4. This workshop will explore ways in which these skills can be effectively incorporated in planning and delivery, and used to engage students in understanding how scientific inquiry works. Sponsored by Collins Education.

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