Can't get enough of EiS? Subscribers of the ASE's in-house magazine can access additional material in between issues with EiSXtra. Some article will be made available openly.
- EIS Xtra - Enriching the science curriculum with Open University short courses
This article is open for everyone to read - May 2013 - see the value of short courses from OU Science Course organiser, Liz Whitelegg.
- EIS Xtra - Behind the acronym
March 2013 - A full guide to all the meanings behind educational acronyms that the ASE could think of, compiled by ASE's Jane Hanrott.
- EIS Xtra - Primary Science Focus - Meet your Committee
Content open to all - Feb 2013 - Read all the bios of ASE's Primary Science Committee.
- EIS Xtra - Science Beyond the Curriculum
Member only content - Feb 2013 - Dr Will Hughes from Birkenhead school reports on the value of enrichment activities from science in a box to annual science fairs.
- EIS Xtra: The York Science Project
Member only content - Nov 2012 - Professor Robin Millar and Mary Whitehouse are Project Directors of York Science at University of York ask How might planning in school be different if we specified the science curriculum in terms of observable learning outcomes?
- EIS Xtra - ASE in China
Member only content - Feb 2013 - ASE Chair, Liz Lawrence, recounts her trip to International Teenager Science and Technology Practice Contest at Guangzhou Work Technical School for High School Students, in Guangzhou, China.
- EIS Xtra - Rejected? Dejected? Correct it! (Part 3)
Member only content - Feb 2013 - Advice from an Education Author Part 3, James Williams, lecturer in science education at the University of Sussex, advises on writing for journals and other publications.
- EIS Xtra - All spit and polish (Part 2)
Member only content - Nov 2012 - Advice from an Education Author Part 2, James Williams, Author and Education Lecturer describes how to review and make articles ready for publishing.
- EIS Xtra - Expedition Iceland
Member only content - Nov 2012 - Professional learning outside the classroom: Geysers, northpoles and wild camping! A bunch of intrepid teachers spent a week in Iceland in a quest to learn about innovative ways to teach science and mathematics outside of a classroom setting.