Well, of course you know that a battery is made of cells in series, but I have just discovered a great way to show this to a class.
The role of questioning in the science classroom, built on the author's experience of trying to develop the skill.
An introduction by our Annual Conference Secretary to this special issue celebrating the best of the 2018 ASE Annual Meeting in Liverpool.
Meiosis using Lego building bricks; Making sense of the biochemistry of proteins with Blu-Tack; Teaching and learning aids; Investigating rusting:
A round-up of the many 11-19 sessions held at the ASE Annual Conference in Liverpool in 2018, by members of the ASE 11-19 Committee.
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Every year, a variety of scientific lectures are put on at the Annual Conference, given by leading experts from the host university.
Practical sessions are always a highlight of the ASE Annual Conferences and the 2018 programme was no exception.