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Techs: 10 years of the National STEM Learning Centre

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: Simon Quinnell reflects on a decade of CPD for technicians and how different the roles and practices in technical services are from school to school.

Techs: I am a RSciTech

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: Views from Registered Science Technicians.

CPD opportunities at science education conferences

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: Jonathan Taylor looks at what CPD opportunities a science education conference offers trainee teachers of science.

Hear ye, hear ye…or not!

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: Andy Piggott investigates the impacts of noise in the school science classroom and how to think about acoustic design of spaces for learning.

ASE Green Tick Evaluation: latest awards

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: Full evaluations of the latest resources including: - AQA GCSE Student Books from Collins (2016) - IntoScience: A digital learning resource for KS3

11-19 Committee Update: highlights from Birmingham 2016

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: The excellent Conference programme preview allowed even novice conference-goers to plan their days effectively this year. The range and variety of topics covered across the four days was awesome. To quote the chair of Ofqual, ‘I am amazed by the size of the Conference and the opportunities for PD that are on offer’.

The Association Primary Focus: the Brenda Keogh Primary Science Award for Science Education

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: The ASE Primary Science Education Committee thanks Angel Solutions for their very generous funding of this Award, which provides the winning schools with consultancy and a set of science resources. This Award, which celebrates Brenda’s memory, is given to two primary schools each year to enrich their science provision. It aims to support schools that have limited funding for science.

Research Focus: Thinking about different kinds of evidence to measure impact

Issue: May 2016 264

Extract: In this article, Fiona Woodhouse and Debra McGregor suggest how teachers can embark upon collecting data for action research (AR) projects related to science teaching.

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Issue: May 2016 264


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