About the CEO Blog
Annette Smith took up the post of Chief Executive at ASE in March 2009 (read Annette's full bio). Her blog features discussions on the latest professional issues for science teachers, event reviews and science education policy.
- The not so beautiful game and the National Curriculum
Following the capitulation of the England team to the inevitable unsuccessful penalty shootout last week, I considered the phrase “political football”.
- Draft Programmes of Study for the new curriculum
What can a Skip Garden project offer the draft Programmes of Study for the new curriculum? Read on to find out...
- Courage, trust and loyalty
Courage, trust and loyalty, now there’s a stirring title. These words have come to mind recently as I’ve been around and about, so I’d like to explore them here.
- Science education across the pond
I didn’t really know what to expect from Indianapolis. I knew about car racing and the Super Bowl, and the only sword swallower of my acquaintance lives here.
- Channelling Creativity
I was part of a Royal Society working group producing the report “Brainwaves - Neuroscience and implications for education and lifelong learning”.
- ASE and the new National Curriculum
As a CEO, I am required to be a strategist and the important point for ASE’s strategy and our actions over the next few months is that there will be curriculum change in England.
- Using twitter to gauge people's views
On consultations and the Education Select Committee taking to twitter.
- On the Review of the National Curriculum
See the key players in the Review of the National Curriculum at the ASE Annual Conference in January.
- A new ASE strategy
Contribute your ideas for the ASE's strategy for the next five years.
- Taking risks with science education
It is clear that the decision to take risk is highly subjective.
I mused on the subject of risk while away in Italy this Summer.