ASE Annual Conference: Don't miss the Early Bird Discount
Get your Early Bird Discount by booking a place before October 26 to attend the Association for Science Education’s Annual Conference from 2-5 January in 2013.
Delegates who book before the deadline can get over 20% Discount with the Early Bird Bonus, and a £5 ASE book sales voucher.
Browse our Programme Preview for further conference details and information on planning your visit.
Unleash the joy of science with OCR
Enjoy the freedom and excitement of teaching science qualifications that help you inspire students of all abilities.
Visit us on stand D31 and DS62, at the ASE Annual Conference in January 2013, to find out about our range of Science qualifications from Entry Level, GCSE, Cambridge Nationals, Cambridge Technicals and A Levels.
Our Cambridge Nationals in Science is a vocationally related qualification that equips students with sound, specialist scientific knowledge and skills for everyday use.
Science stripped bare
At next year’s event we will also see the return of The Naked Scientists who help people enjoy science and at the same time, have some fun. You can meet Dr Chris Smith from the award winning BBC weekly radio show The Naked Scientists on our stand and see him bring classroom experiments to life.
Find out more about our Science qualifications at www.ocr.org.uk/science
AQA: Working with you to provide inspiring lessons
Everything we do at AQA is developed by teachers, for teachers. For example, teacher input was integral to our revised schemes of work. Our newly accredited Further Additional Science qualification supports you through the move from modular to linear assessment.
If you haven’t already had a chance to share your thoughts, here’s a fresh opportunity. At the ASE's Annual Conference you can meet the people developing our courses, discuss your ideas and learn how to get more involved.
We hope to see you on stand D36 or at one of our workshops at the ASE Annual Conference in 2013!
Pick up your FREE Marvellous Minibeasts poster
Learn to tell your bugs apart with this free vividly coloured Marvellous Minibeasts poster produced in partnership with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
Schools can email email@example.com to request a copy of the new poster, available in English and Welsh.
Special offers in the ASE online bookshop
ASE’s Online Bookshop has a selection of books from major publishers and a whole of host of special offers on a number of titles.
Remember ASE members get books at a discount and Postage and Packaging to a UK address is free!
New in the bookshop
Performing Science: Teaching Chemistry, Physics and Biology Through Drama by Martin Braund, Murat Saglam and Ian Abrahams
This book provides busy teachers with ready-made lesson plans for teaching the most dry and abstract scientific principles in a fun and novel way through drama. Use this book to really engage students aged 11 to 16.
Help set a new record for the world's largest memory game
Schools around the country are invited to help the Society of Biology set a new record for the world’s largest memory game as part of Biology Week.
If you have at least 25 people keen to get together for 10 minutes at 2.30pm on 19th October, you can run the game at your venue. The game is suitable for years 5 – 13 and you don't need any resources – just a room and some people.
To take part email firstname.lastname@example.org
Schoolscience picks the latest teaching resources
Teach students about natural disasters with these set of posters, factsheets and quizzes from the Natural Environment Research Council's Disaster Zone resources.
Explore how microbes can be both friend and foe and most importantly why we need these invisible organisms to live with the Society for General Microbiology's book The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
The Medical Research Council (MRC) is inviting UK primary school children to exhibit their ideas about the future through a forthcoming public installation at Imperial College London. Imagine The Future is open to all primary schools, nationwide from: Friday 14th September - Friday 21st December 2012.
National schools survey on practical work - deadline extended
The deadline for taking part in the national survey to explore how primary and secondary schools in England currently resource practical work has been extended to 11 November.
Primary Survey Link
Secondary Survey Link
For full details please visit the ASE website.