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Autumn 2016 Part 2

We wanted to highlight a number of competitions happening throughout this academic year and ask for your thoughts on whether competitions help to engage students in STEM? Vote now in our twitter poll

Autumn 2016 Part 1

We've got some amazing things lined up over the next few months with lots going on in the STEM education world. 

Your ticket to Hungary! Have you considered representing UK science teaching in Science on Stage?

Summer 2016

We have put together this short update with the latest news, events and resources with some great ideas for any planning for the new term.

New Resources: Why you'll never catch smallpox

May 2016

This newsletter focuses on how to develop the understanding of the mathematical aspects of science amongst students.

April 2016

Why do we need fieldwork?  Also we look at the work of ASE Committees.

New opportunities to work with us

March 2016

What's on this summer some great new activities. We have lots of professional development opportunities coming up over the summer term.

February 2016

We take a closer look at inspiring research...providing a real world context for students' science learning.

January 2016

Get off to a great start for 2016 with lots of science activities and events.

December 2015

It was a huge privilege to witness the launch of the first official British Astronaut, Tim Peake, to the ISS. This issue looks at space science in schools.

November 2015

Why has there been an increase in macaque carried malaria in Borneo? New activity plus lots of other news and events.

September 2015

Explore this new resource created by ASE members to share activities and advice for students with special educational needs and disabled (SEND). 

June 2015

We wanted to let you know about all the useful resources we've found this month to support great practical work in science teaching and learning.

May 2015 

This issue is focused on science literacy with the theme of 'talking and writing science' and what we can do to get students doing this more.

April 2015

This issue includes a quick summer term update on some of our key projects including, how to work scientifically using a global context and how we can effectively deliver maths in science.

Feb/March 2015

In this newsletter we explore the International Year of light and the hubble space telescope turning 25! Practical GCSE assessment continues to be a hot topic and you can see ASE's overview here.