ASE Coronavirus resources: Free Covid-19 science education support webinar series
With clarity still absent around potential dates for the opening of schools in the UK, and teachers facing specific lock-down related challenges such as assessment and remote learning delivery, science educators are facing uncertain times. On top of this, even when schools re-open the knock-on effects of such a prolonged lockdown are likely to be profound.
In order to support both our members and the science education community at large during this time, we at the Association for Science Education will be running a series of special online events during the month of May (and potentially beyond). The events have been curated to specifically tackle some of the key issues teachers will be facing in the coming months - in both the primary and secondary fields - and should provide an open platform for the sharing of both expert insight and practical experienced-based guidance.
All of the events will be free to ASE members, while non-members will be also able access up to three events from the series free of charge. While we will do all we can to cater for everyone, technology constraints may mean we have to limit attendance for some events - should this be necessary we will give priority to ASE members.
Also, please remember that many of our regular CPD events have moved into the online space - you can find full details here.
The initial tranche of events is listed below, but will be regularly updated over the coming weeks, so please either return to this page or follow @TheASE on twitter for updates.