ASE Newsletter 31 July 2011
 

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Researchers in Residence

Researchers in Residence

 

Please note the announcement (4 July 2011) regarding the future of Research Councils UK’s (RCUK) Researchers in Residence programme. The focus over the next six months of the RinR scheme will be to complete as many placements as possible for those researchers and schools that have already applied to take part before the scheme closes on the 13 January 2012. Because of this, RinR is now closed to any further applications.

 

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NAIGS

NAIGS

Please note, the NAIGS website has now been moved to the ASE Website. 

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ASE News

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An authentic voice

I went this week to give evidence to the House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology about practical science in the auspicious surroundings of the Thatcher Room in Portcullis House.

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2011 Primary Science Teacher Awards Now Open

The Awards recognise excellence in Primary Science Teaching. Deadline for nominations: 7th October 2011. Click here for more information

Have you participated in #asechat yet?

Have you participated in #asechat yet?

18 Jul 2011

#asechat is a weekly online science education discussion group. Everyone is welcome to join the discussion and share their ideas using Twitter.

New Book: It’s Not Fair – or is it?

New Book: It’s Not Fair – or is it?

04 Jul 2011

Written and edited by Jane Turner, Brenda Keogh, Stuart Naylor and Liz Lawrence with contributions from The ASE Primary Science Committee, It’s Not Fair – or is it? is a guide to developing children’s ideas through primary science enquiry.

YOU are ASE…over to YOU!

YOU are ASE…over to YOU!

23 Jun 2011

The membership survey, which will help shape the future of ASE, is now available.

ASE Events

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ASE Regional Events

Visit your region page to find local events, regional forums, documents, and links. Click here to view a list of upcoming regional events.

Save the Date: Upcoming Conferences

Aug 22 - 24, 2011 in Hatfield

January 4-7, 2012 at University of Liverpool

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