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- Open invitation to a special science education reception
As part of ASE Annual Conference 2016 in association with the Wellcome Trust, we'd like to invite you to a very special reception on the 8th January 2016.
- From antimatter to radioactive plants - Research lecture series for teachers
Join the ASE for a series of lectures presenting cutting-edge scientific research to inspire teachers. Researchers from Birmingham and universities across the UK, share their work in subjects including: disease, particle physics, quantum technologies, humans within the natural environment, and technology in sport.
- ASE Annual Conference 2016 - Thanks to our partners
Every year, the ASE Annual Conference brings together education professionals for a series of inspiring talks, sessions, and workshops. This wouldn't be possible without the generous support of our partners.
- Members Update: Assessment challenges, teacher recruitment and curriculum concerns
The 11-19 committee met last week to discuss a range of issues impacting on science teachers. This Committee advises and supports teachers of science from the 11-19 age range and is interested in all aspects of the curriculum.
- New Editor for Primary Science required!
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and forward-thinking Editor of Primary Science to join our committed, highly successful and hard working team.
- Member's Update: ASE's Education Group
A short member's update about changes to our education group.
- Call for Research Poster Presentations for ASE Annual Conference
We are inviting poster presentations as part of the specialist research theme at ASE Annual Conference 2016. Posters may feature any aspects of teaching, learning and leadership in (primary or secondary) science classrooms.
- Member's Update: Assessing primary science
This September the interim Performance Descriptors for KS1 and KS2 for the 2014 National Curriculum in England were published. These will be used by Y2 and Y6 teachers, for the first time at the end of this school year, to make teacher assessments of children’s attainment across KS1 and KS2 in terms of the new National Curriculum.
- Assessing primary science this Autumn
This autumn, primary teachers in England await final information regarding the new Performance Descriptors for KS1 and KS2. These are intended to be used by Y2 and Y6 teachers, as they make teacher assessments of children’s attainment across KS1 and KS2, for the first time at the end of this school year.
- Strategies to use with SEND students
Teachers share their strategies with SEND students and supporting organisations offer helpful tips and advice.