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International News: Helping STEM students thrive in a multipolar world

Issue: May 2015 260

Extract: Graham Jones tells us know about a project that is taking an unusual approach to improve cross-border communication and teamwork within STEM.

Note and News

Issue: May 2015 260

Extract: - RI Christmas Lectures - The world's largest lesson - Cyber Security through the ages

EiS Xtra - Scrapping practical science: Nothing more than a 'sticking plaster' solution

Issue: May 2015 260

Extract: In this opinion piece, Gerard Ezcurra explains why Ofqual needs to urgently rethink the removal of practical experiments from GCSE assessment. (EiS Xtra - additional digital content)

Editorial

Issue: February 2015 259

Author: Shaun Reason, ASE Chief Executive

Extract: If you missed this year’s ASE Annual Conference at the University of Reading in January, then this edition of EiS should provide you with a flavour of the extensive range of activities that made the event such a successful and rewarding experience.

Letters to the Editor – and other updates

Issue: February 2015 259

ASE President 2015 - ‘Take politics out of schools’ policy’

Issue: February 2015 259

Author: Sir David Bell

Extract: During his Presidential Address, Sir David Bell, he criticised as a ‘dangerous experiment’ plans to split practical science marks from final A-level and GCSE grades and called for cross-party backing for measures to ‘depoliticise’ policy-making, which would benefit the long-term interests of the economy and society.

ASE: Reading 2015 – An overview

Issue: February 2015 259

Author: Roger McCune

Extract: Roger reports on international discussions, professionalism and 'spa' sessions for the mind.

ASE: Reading 2015 – Tweets and Post-its: your views

Issue: February 2015 259

ASE: Reading 2015 – Practical science in action

Issue: February 2015 259

Extract: There was a wide range of practical sessions at Reading 2015, a small selection of which are listed on the next four pages. Most have contact details for readers to obtain more information or even resources that they can use in their own classrooms. Our thanks go to all contributors to this vital component of the ASE Annual Conference.

ASE: Reading 2015 – Highlights from the Conference

Issue: February 2015 259

Extract: - Dougal Jerram: Beyond Fierce Earth –the Grand Canyon in a wooden boat! - Policy, conservation and science - Ice and Fire’ – how an Antarctic explorer and a leading solar physicist balance international careers and domestic partnership

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