ASE Conference: Real Science, Real Scientists and Real Jobs - Loughborough High School
Saturday 18th March 2017
Cost effective science CPD - The theme of this conference is 'Real Science, Real Scientists and Real Jobs – how to build STEM into your existing science curriculum'. Join us for workshops catered for both primary and secondary teachers at this half-day STEM conference. Registration includes free resources to take-away.
Venue: Loughborough High School, Burton Walks, Loughborough, LE11 2DU View Campus Map
Time: 09.30am - 13.00pm (to be confirmed)
Booking: Register via Eventbrite
Target audience: Teachers of all age groups
Contact: Tanya Dempster CSciTeach, Field Officer North and East Midlands (Region 16) email@example.com
Complimentary ASE publications for all full fee paying delegates. If you're primary level you will receieve the The Wallbook of Science and Engineering. 11-19 teachers will receive The Language of Mathematics in Science and Big Questions DVD.
|Trainee Members||£5.00||Regrettably reduced delegate rates do not include complimentary resources.|
|Trainee Non members||£12.00|
More workshops to be confirmed.
1. The Language of Mathematics in Science
Presenter: Richard Needham CSciTeach, Science Education Consultant
2. Sharing our passion for getting kids into the STEM agenda
Presenter: Claire Oldham, Director of Discovery from Twycross Zoo
3. Ideas and Activities to promote and encourage gender balance in STEM subjects
Presenters: Sue Woolhouse, Rebecca Peacock and Helen Pollard from the Institute of Physics
4. Medical Mavericks: Inside the NHS!
Presenter: Tom Warrender, Classroom Medics
5. Stories to promote STEM with primary pupilsPresenter: Jane winter CSciTeach
Jane is an experienced primary co-ordinator This session will enable you to go away with ideas about developing literacy and numeracy skills in a STEM enquiry based learning context. (Target audience: Primary)
6. Primary science is real science
Presenter: Heidi Dobbs
7. Engaging pupils in STEM through global challenges
Presenter: Philip O’Reilly
8. Bringing the real world of STEM into the classroomPresenter: Judith Payne
Helping young people to make the link between what they are learning in the STEM subjects and how they are applied in real life can increase motivation and achievement in the classroom as well as opening your student's minds to the exciting opportunities that a career in STEM industries can bring. Come and find out how you can use STEM Ambassadors and the Crest Award scheme to help your students to make those connections and bring STEM to life in your school. (Target Audience 11- 18.)