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#ASEchat Summer Lineup

10 May 2013

Don’t miss this summer’s lineup of #ASEchat special guest hosts as we talk SexEd, STEM ambassadors and science trips

@SexEdUkation talks Science

What should Sex Education in science lessons cover? Has the PSHE curriculum got it right? Are students being prepared for what they need to know?

Don't miss #ASEchat special guest host, Alice Hoyle (@sexedukation) who will lead a twitter discussion about 'Sex education in science - getting it right?' on Monday 13th May.

STEM Ambassadors

Do STEM Ambassadors help lead student to STEM careers? And what really makes a good Science club?

The special joint-hosted #ASEchat will be steered by Science Communicator and Educator, Liz Lister (@scarycurlgirl) and STEM Co-ordinator, Katy Glazer (@KatyGlaze) on Monday 20th May.

Science on a museum trip - talk to the Science Museum!

What makes a good science trip? How can you best ‘do’ science in a museum?

Talk direct to the Science Museum’s Learning Team with @SM_learn, where Micol  Molinari from the TalkScience blog will be chatting about “how to teach science in the museum?” on Monday 1st July.

About #ASEchat

#ASEchat takes place on Mondays 8-9pm. Everyone is welcome. Just login to twitter, follow @theASE, keep an eye on the conversation as it unfolds (see tweetdeck) and tweet with hashtag #ASEchat. It’s a great way to meet fellow educators.

#ASEchat guest host biography - About Alice Hoyle @SexEdUKation

I’m a Sex and Relationships Education Advisory Teacher (I teach, write, train, facilitate, advise, advocate and campaign on all things Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) (and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE). My specialisms include HIV education, tackling sexual bullying, LGBT school issues & innovative SRE, and I am keen to support schools with anything from the very basics in SRE all the way up to the really cutting edge SRE materials. Previously SRE Adviser for a London Borough and HIV education adviser for two London Boroughs I now freelance as an SRE and PSHE specialist teacher. I am an elected member of the advisory council of the PSHE association and represent them on the Sex Education Forum.