The Association for Science Education

ASE Annual Conference 2017 - University of Reading

A lifelong impact in 1 hour with PS REPEATED - I18

Wednesday 4th January 2017

14:30 - 15:25

Location : Palmer, 103

Speakers

  1. SimpleScience

Making a life-long impact on children of 4-12 years (their parents and teachers)? In just a few hours? Hardly without guidance of adults? We reveal the secrets. Leave with SimpleScience ideas that work. Share the experience of 30 years with 2 million children

Contact email for web/handbook : leraar24/ontdekhoek and bertnagel123@hotmail.com

Coffee break - I22

Wednesday 4th January 2017

15:25 - 15:55

Location : Palmer, G03/04/05

Does developed mean more advanced: STEM teacher education in Uruguay? - I27

Wednesday 4th January 2017

16:00 - 16:55

Location : Palmer, 106

Speakers

  1. Independent

What should STEM teachers know and be able to do? More subject matter knowledge? Hints and tips about best ways of teaching? Or how to handle practical work to develop systematic thinking, and create ways to solve problems? Or how to improve learning effectiveness using ICT? This interactive session is based on a course for STEM teacher educators in Uruguay early in 2016.

Contact email for web/handbook : oversby61@gmail.com

New resource for climate sciences - I24

Wednesday 4th January 2017

16:00 - 16:55

Location : Palmer, 108

Speakers

  1. Climanosco - Dr. Daniel Hill
  2. University of Leeds

This session offers an overview of Climanosco.org and a dialog on how it can support the teaching of climate sciences through developing a connection between teachers and climate scientists.

Contact email for web/handbook : www.climanosco.org

Learning science with picture books - I23

Wednesday 4th January 2017

16:00 - 16:55

Location : Palmer, 105

Speakers

  1. University College London - TUNNICLIFFE
  2. University College London

This talk aims to present to what extend some fictional picture books allow to question scientific topics with pupils from French and English primary schools.

Contact email for web/handbook : c.bruguiere@ucl.ac.uk

The language of mathematics in science: teaching approaches - I25

Wednesday 4th January 2017

16:00 - 16:55

Location : Palmer, 107

Speakers

  1. ASE - Marianne Cutler
  2. ASE

Workshop for KS3 and KS4 teachers to explore some of the challenges of using mathematics in science, and the activities and approaches being used by different teachers and departments involved in this Nuffield Foundation-funded ASE project

Contact email for web/handbook : www.ase.org.uk/resources/maths-in-science

Teaching photosynthesis and the carbon cycle - I26

Wednesday 4th January 2017

16:00 - 16:55

Location : Palmer, G01/02

Photosynthesis and the carbon cycle, biology topics, but the chemistry can get muddled. This session dispels misconceptions about matter and energy during photosynthesis, respiration and burning. Illustrated by short free animated videos from FuseSchool and by my resource "Science Issues" also available as a free download.

Contact email for web/handbook : www.fuseschool.org www.scienceissues.org.uk

Moving from citizen to civic science� - I28

Wednesday 4th January 2017

17:00 - 17:55

Location : Palmer, G10

Speakers

  1. Education and Competence Studies Group of Wageningen University

Justin Dillon is Professor of Science and Environmental Education & Head of School, at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol.Arjen Walls is Professor of Transformative Learning for Socio-Ecological Sustainability at the Education and Competence Studies Group of Wageningen University where he also holds a UNESCO Chair of Social Learning and Sustainable Development.

International Dinner - R06

Wednesday 4th January 2017

18:30 - 23:00

Location : Park House, Meadow Suite

The perfect end to the International Day, this three-course dinner offers you the chance to continue the conversations begun during the day. Cost �35 per person.

STEM careers networking - D01

Thursday 5th January 2017

09:30 - 11:00

Location : Palmer, G03/04/05

Drop-in to discover where studying science can take your students. Meet representatives from industry and research and go away with personal contacts and a wealth of career resources.

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