- Edinburgh International Science Festival 2015
- 4th to 19th April 2015
The Science Festival provides exciting, engaging and educational activities the whole family can enjoy: from unique immersive workshops to sensational shows from the world's best science performers.
- West of England Region 13 Committee Meeting
- 16th April 2015
The next scheduled meeting of your region committee.
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- Inquiry-based science teaching and learning: the way forward!
- 18th April 2015
This is about providing for STEM context for science investigations. Find out about many existing resources giving students realistic context for investigations and a sense of how science connects to their lives. The National Curriculum is promoting ‘Thinking Scientifically’. Ofsted’s National lead for Science, Brian Cartwright, is supporting this way forward. Secondary teachers
- London Region Committee meeting
- 22nd April 2015
The committee meets to organise events for the Region. If you are interested in getting involved please contact the Region secretary Sheila Curtis firstname.lastname@example.org or the Field Officer Frances Evans email@example.com
- Progression in science without national curriculum levels
- 25th April 2015
Progression in science without national curriculum levels - the use of formative and summative assessment. Find out about approaching inquiry in a formative way and take a closer look at progession without levels with ASE chair and international assessment for learning guru, Christine Harrison. Free copy of Beyond the Black Box to those who register early.
- North West Region 3 committee meeting
- 27th April 2015
Region 3 Committee meeting
- Making progress without levels STEM Conference - London
- 8th May 2015
This event provides a unique opportunity to focus on children’s progress at KS1 and KS2 in the high priority STEM subjects – mathematics, science, D&T and computing.
- Faraday Challenge Day at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
- 12th May 2015
Faraday Challenge Days are part of a nationwide scheme run by the Institute of Engineering and Technology. The one day STEM activity is designed for teams of six students in Year 8 (ages 12-13). The students will research, design and make prototype solutions to tough engineering problems.
- North & East Midlands Region 16 committee meeting
- 14th May 2015
Region 16 committee meeting
- ASE / STEM Education Centre London Technicians Conference 2015 - UCL IoE
- 15th May 2015
This conference, from ASE with the STEM Education Centre London and CLEAPSS, offers a choice of workshops covering a variety of topics and an opportunity to network with other school technicians.