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  • Teaching controversial issues - Experts advise teachers not to remain neutralTeaching controversial issues - Experts advise teachers not to remain neutral

    20 Oct 2014

    ASE and KCL ran a successful pilot series of webinars looking at sometimes controversial science subjects including evolution and climate change. The webinar resources have now been made available to download.

  • Discovers what's on at Annual Conference 2015Discovers what's on at Annual Conference 2015

    16 Oct 2014

    The Annual Conference is our flagship event to bring ASE members together to discover and share inspiring ideas and resources. Across four days, ASE hosts over 300 CPD sessions presented by teachers, leading scientists, researchers and education organisations. Alongside this formal programme of sessions there are lots of valuable opportunities for more informal professional and personal development through the science resources exhibition, drop-in activities and the chance to share experiences with teachers from across the UK and beyond.

  • Concert with American Star celebrates music and astronomyConcert with American Star celebrates music and astronomy

    10 Oct 2014

    ‘This day has created music worthy of the universe!’ Cameron (aged 14) comments on the performance from Beth Nielsen Chapman of her grammy nominated children's album last night in Daventry. She was accompanied by 60 young musicians in concert. The ASE is delighted to be involved in this unique project jointly celebrating astronomy and music.

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