- ASE on formal teaching qualifications
The ASE is concerned by Michael Gove’s recent announcement that academies will be able to employ people with no formal teaching qualifications.
- New project investigates school science practical work
A unique school science project is being launched this month to investigate how primary and secondary schools in England resource practical work and the impact this has on teaching and learning.
- New RSci, RSciTech and CSciTeach awarded
Congratulations to the latest ASE members to gain professional status!
- Great Bug Hunt winners announced
The winners of this year’s Great Bug Hunt competition by ASE’s learning resource site schoolscience.co.uk and The Bug Man Martin Rapley have been announced.
- Business Secretary Vince Cable presents RSciTech certificates to ASE technicians
Two of the first school technicians to be awarded professional accreditation by the ASE have been presented with their certificates by the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Rt Hon Vince Cable MP.
- Milestone reached for science technicians' careers
This week marks an important milestone in the professional recognition of science technicians as the ASE has awarded the first RSciTech registers. The first RSci registers have also been awarded.
- Awards for talented Primary Science teachers
TALENTED teachers were recognised for their hard work during the Primary Science Teaching Awards hosted at the Association for Science Education Annual Conference, with support from the AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust.
- Highlights from ASE's Annual Conference
THE atmosphere on the third day of the ASE Annual Conference was buzzing with excitment as crowds poured in for another day of inspiring science education talks, workshops and special events.
- Key figures at ASE Annual Conference
THE second day of the ASE Annual Conference featured talks from a range of influential figures in science education.
- New books launched at ASE Annual Conference
A series of new books are being launched during the ASE Annual Conference at the University of Liverpool this week from Wednesday 4th January to Saturday 7th January.