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Region 6 London Newsletter - Summer 2017

All the latest news and events from the ASE London region including details of a sponsorship scheme for Early Career Teachers and free CPD opportunities.

Region 6 Teachers Conference July 2017

Conference Flyer for the 1st July 2017 full day conference for primary and secondary teachers, taking place at UCL Institute of Education.

Region 6 London Newsletter May 2017

All the latest news and events from ASE London this summer 2017!

ASE Regional Technicians Conference 2017 (UCL IOE) - Flyer

Conference Flyer for the 5 May 2017 event for technicians taking place the the UCL Institute of Education.

Region 6 London Newsletter - Winter 2016

All the latest news and events from the ASE London region including details of a sponsorship scheme for Early Career Teachers and free CPD opportunities.

Science and Mathematics Education Conference (SMEC) 2016

STEM Teacher Education - Initial and Continuing professional development is the 7th Science and Mathe-matics Education Conference (SMEC). 16th-17th June 2016 Institute of Education, DCU St. Patrick’s College

ASE/STEM Education Centre LondonTeacher Conference

Programme for the Teachers Conference at the UCL Institute of Education

ASE Question Time: Enquiry-Based Learning in School Science?

This is the third of our most popular events - ASE Question Time. Run in a similar way to the infamous TV programme, Professor Michael Reiss (UCL Institute of Education) will chair a panel of experts, who will be quizzed about enquiry-based learning. Hear how this approach can support both ‘working scientifically’ and science conceptual development. Come along and join in the debate. Share your ideas and put your questions and concerns directly to our panel of experts gathered from across the field.

London Region (Region 6) Newsletter September 2015

Newsletter for the London Region

Outstanding Maths Teacher Programme

Flier for the SKE course in Maths

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