New book - Science Newswise
Exploring ‘science in the news’ will enliven and enrich your teaching. By equipping young people to engage critically with the science in the news you are preparing them for living and learning in a media saturated world. Science Newswise 2 is written by leading science educators – Ruth Jarman and Billy McClune.
To download the full contents list and sample pages, please click here. Science Newswise 2 will be available for purchase in early May.
To view all publications available from ASE, please click here.
Cafe ASE presents Progression from Primary to Secondary Science: a Clash of Cultures?
Prof Derek Bell will present Progression from Primary to Secondary Science: a Clash of Cultures? on Thursday 12th May 2011 at 6.45pm at Waterstones Bookshop (2nd Floor), Gower Street, London WC1E 6EQ. Admission is free; you don’t need tickets, just turn up.
Based on the Café Scientifique model, Café ASE starts with a short presentation from an influential teacher or policy maker and then opens up into a discussion, with questions and comments from the audience.
Spread the word! Print the poster and display it in your prep room or staff room.
Call for Papers - Science Education Research
Research Seminar Series Promoted by the ASE Research Committee at the ASE Annual Conference 2012
We welcome papers or poster presentations on science education research topics. We hope to have contributions from teacher educators, teachers, higher education degree students and from colleagues involved with curriculum development and evaluation.
The deadline for abstract submission is May 31. Final conference seminar papers to be submitted by 30th September 2011.
For more information, including how to submit, please click here.
New issue of EiS: Takeaway Conference
If you missed the 2011 Conference, why not catch up on what you missed by looking at the April issue of Education in Science, out now?
Click here to view the latest edition.
Want to participate in the Primary Science Quality Mark as a school in 2011?
Click here to register your interest for the September round of applications. 200 schools have submitted their application and they are currently being reviewed. ASE membership is needed in order to take part. Benefits include a range of support for primary schools like publications, conferences and advice on curriculum and policy.
For more information, click here.