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- Fieldwork virtual reality research project: volunteers needed
We're looking for volunteers for a new school-based research project on the potential use of Google Expeditions in secondary science and geography.
- Wanted: Editor for Science Teacher Education
Science Teacher Education (STE) is an online publication for all concerned with the pre-service education, induction and professional development of science teachers. We are looking for an enthusiastic editor to maintain and develop the quality of the journal content.
- Nominations for ASE Committees
One of the major advantages of membership of ASE is the opportunity to share your expertise with your colleagues. Getting involved as a Trustee or Education Group member, or on one of the many committees and specialist groups, will challenge your strategic thinking and put you at the heart of steering ASE’s direction into the future.
- Creating opportunities for practical and investigative science
Activities to support science departments to integrate engaging and purposeful activities within their current schemes of learning.
- Call for nominations to the Quality and Audit Committee
There are two vacancies on Quality and Audit Committee (Q&A). We hope members will consider if they could support the Association through their membership.
- Our Committee Report to Members - March 2016
Read about the work of our committees, their priorities and their future plans. Our dedicated committees and specialist groups work on behalf on the whole of our professional network. Their expertise and experience forms part of ASE’s voice. Each committee has issued a short update for members.
- Congratulations to our NSTA Scholarship Winner
We are delighted to announce the winner of the Scholarship is Douglas Napolitano-Cremin. Doug is Head of Science at Ashmole Academy in London. He will be flying out to Nashville next week
- Happy World Poetry Day!
To celebrate world poetry we're giving away a free poem by Michael Rosen and activity to get children using their literacy, numeracy and science skills.
- Do you know why you'll never catch smallpox?
We've launched a set of resources to help pupils learn about Dr Edward Jenner's pioneering work with smallpox vaccination and the impact of vaccinations today. The resources are accompanied by a short drama film and aim to develop children's skills in 'working scientifically', mathematics, English, history, drama and ethics.
- WANTED: Editor for the Journal of Emergent Science
We are seeking an editor for our open access journal which provides a forum for all those interested in Early Years science. The journal is published twice a year.