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The Prep Room

Issue: September 2014 257

Author: Compiled by Sue Smith

Extract: Notes and news for technicians In schools in the UK it is taken as a given that the science team will include technicians, but this is not the case in many countries. In America, for example, lessons are prepped by the teacher. Some of the more hair-raising science videos on YouTube come from these lessons.

Research focus - The Creative Little Scientists Project

Issue: September 2014 257

Author: Fani Stylianidou, Esmé Glauert et al.

Extract: The Creative Little Scientists Project was a 30-month EU-funded comparative study working across nine participating countries: Belgium, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Malta, Portugal and Romania. The Project reflected the high focus on science, mathematics and creativity in recent European education policy and the increased emphasis on creative learning and innovative teaching at all levels of education and training.

Notes and News

Issue: September 2014 257

Extract: Science learning centres roundup Notes and news - Budding international science students raise concerns about the rising costs of UK universities - Free toolkit for HIV education - Leaders award for STEM 2015


Issue: May 2014 256


Issue: May 2014 256

Author: Shaun Reason, ASE CEO

Extract: In this first editorial from ASE's new Chief Executive, Shaun Reason introduces his vision to support science educators and highlights concerns over the pace of change in UK education reforms.

ASE in Action

Issue: May 2014 256

Extract: Dangers in A-level reform highlights and letters to editors.

Annette Smith moves on from ASE

Issue: May 2014 256

Farewell to John Lawrence

Issue: May 2014 256

Events Roundup

Issue: May 2014 256

Invitation to participate in National Curriculum research- at a distance

Issue: May 2014 256

Author: Terry Russell and Linda McGuigan

Extract: The 2014 science curriculum introduces Evolution and Inheritance. With Nuffield Foundation support, we are researching this novel area in collaboration with teachers and children. Most activity is at Key Stage 1-2 (age 5-11), plus Key Stage 3 (age 11-14) consultation.

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