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ASE / STEM Education Centre London Technicians Conference 2014 - IoE, London

Friday 9th May 2014

ASE with the STEM Education Centre London and CLEAPSS will be providing nine workshops for technicians covering all subject areas. This event covers wide-ranging subject areas, two keynotes including CLEAPSS Director - Steve Jones, network opportunities and a market place of organisations.

Time: 9.30am - 4.00pm

Venue: STEM Education Centre, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL View directions and map

Course cose: SEC13300

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Find conference details on the STEM Education Centre London website.

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Please book direct with STEM Education Centre London. To book a place or for any further enquiries please contact stemed@ioe.ac.uk or call 02076126325.

 

Conference RatesFee
ASE Member £60
Non-member £75

Following the success of last year’s conference, the STEM Education Centre is partnering with the ASE and CLEAPSS to provide nine workshops covering all subject areas. Some of these will be new and the most popular from last year are being repeated. A market place of science education organisations and suppliers will be available along with plenty of opportunity to network with other school technicians. The benefits and registration for RSciTech accreditation will also be explained.

Programme - 9 May 2014, 9.30am - 4.00pm

In the main keynote Steve Jones, director of CLEAPSS, is planning to cover an update of health and safety in the new curriculum. A market place of science education organisations and suppliers will be available along with plenty of opportunity to network with other school technicians. The benefits and registration for RSci Tech accreditation will also be explained.

The titles of the 9 workshop sessions are listed below. You will be able to choose 3 of the sessions, download the full programme.

  • Setting up difficult physics apparatus
  • The ABC of Microbiology
  • Success with Plant Biology Practicals
  • Experiments with Glass
  • Resourceful Physics Teaching
  • Myths, Microbes and Molecular biology
  • Managing risk in the science department – the technicians role
  • Managing Resources
  • ICT in the laboratory