The Association for Science Education

ASE Annual Conference 2016 - University of Birmingham


Using Science Learning Partnerships to Develop Future Subject Leaders - T123

Friday 8th January 2016

15:30 - 15:30

Location : Nuffield, G13


  1. Wayne Jarvis - National Science Learning Network Central Consortium

Subject specific professional development is instrumental in improving science teaching. This session, led by SLP leaders, will look at how SLPs can help to facilitate teachers' development of science leadership skills. Through cpd activities, we will illustrate the high impact this can have on teachers' personal development as well as on their schools and students.

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Enneagrams: Student Behaviour - W140

Saturday 9th January 2016

12:30 - 12:30

Location : Learning Centre, UG06


  1. Jane Still
  2. Dr Neil Ingram - Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol

The enneagram is a valuable way of understanding personality which has been used by companies as varied as Toyota, e-Bay, and Hewlett Packard. It focuses on understanding how and why people's motivations differ. It can be used to suggest to teachers behavioural strategies that are personalised for specific children, which can be used to promote growth mindsets and resilience.

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