- Curriculum 2015 Conference - from Capita, London
- 5th November 2015
A new conference from Capita that aims to support school and teachers to implement the changes to the National Curriculum at Seconadary level.
- Workshop on A level CPAC and monitoring
- 5th November 2015
An opportunity to find out more about the Common Practical Assessment Criteria (CPAC) for A Level sciences and how the monitoring will work from a representation of an exam board.
- ASE Workshop: Everything you need to know about evolution - Northampton
- 7th November 2015
This workshop with expert, Stuart Naylor, will outline what you need to know to teach evolution, making it easy to understand use, showing you resources you can use in class. This is aimed at KS2/KS3 teachers but all are welcome to attend.
- ASE Question Time: How important is enquiry-based learning in school science?
- 11th November 2015
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 will chair a panel of experts, who will be quizzed about enquiry-based learning.
- West of England Region Annual Conference 2015 at Bath Spa University
- 14th November 2015
This popular conference is arranged to take place on Saturday, November 14th at Bath Spa University
ASE Members log in and go to West of England and then Events
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- ASE TeachMeet Lancashire
- 16th November 2015
Science teachers sharing great ideas for Primary and Secondary. Open to all; ASE non-members welcome. In collaboration with Lancashire Professional Development Service.
- The Skills Show - NEC, Birmingham
- 19th to 21st November 2015
The Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills and careers event, and provides a great range of information about career pathways for your students. Attracting 75,000 visitors, the show provides hands-on experiences that inspire young people to explore further education, skills and apprenticeships.
- Making progress without levels STEM Conference - London
- 19th November 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.
- World Teach In - London
- 20th to 21st November 2015
Taking place at the Science Museum, National History Museum and Imperial this November, World Teach In covers primary and secondary STEM across two days. The focus is hands-on, practical projects and inspiring speakers. Professor Robert Winston and Broadcaster Marcus Chown are already confirmed. Ticket fees apply.
- ASE Northern Area Conference - Doing, Thinking and Learning Science
- 21st November 2015
Our theme this year is 'Doing, Thinking, Learning Science'. We are excited to be able to stage this event in conjunction with the Science Learning Centre and the University of Huddersfield. Focusing all that makes science so involving and exciting for pupils (and teachers). The event is for all those who teach science in Primary and Secondary schools.