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- What on Earth? New publication!
The What on Earth? Wallbook of Science & Engineering – This book is a 2.3 metre long! and is a full illustrated timeline of human history and invention.
- Final Consultation of National Curriculum Review
ASE Chief Executive comments on final consultation of the Government's National Curriculum Review. Did it fail to develop something outstanding from the beginning?
- #ASEchat with Alom Shaha investigates the challenges of practical work
#ASEchat this week focused on the challenges of practical work in science teaching with special guest host Alom Shaha.
- Photo Highlights from Summer Celebration
Some of the highlights from ASE's Summer Celebration Conference 2013, held at the University of Hertforshire, in our hometown Hatfield, on 27-28 June 2013.
- Would you like a new College of Teaching?
Calls from the education community seek a new vision for a member-driven college of teaching.
- Primary Science Quality Mark Awarded to 99 Schools
Commitment to improving science teaching in primary schools sees over 600 school awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark.
- Health and Safety Guidance - 'Be Safe' published in Welsh
To provide primary schools with relevant health and safety resources - the popular guidance 'Be Safe', has been published in Welsh to download.
- #ASEchat Summer Lineup
Don’t miss this summer’s lineup of #ASEchat special guest hosts as we talk SexEd, STEM ambassadors and science trips.
- Call for Proposals – The ASE Annual Conference 2014
Show off a great experiment, trial a new lesson plan or host a workshop. If you have an interest in science education and have something to share, then submit a session proposal.
- Serious concerns for practical science spending in schools
New evidence shows that there are worrying variations of spending on practical science in schools. The Association for Science Education is part of SCORE (a collaboration of organisations which aims to improve science education in UK)