The teaching profession in the UK is under severe stress and science teachers seem to be feeling the brunt of this.
Catherine reports on the work that her group has been doing for Public Health England on microbes, prevention of infection, antibiotics and antibio
Glenys reports on citizen science and ways in which teachers can encourage youngsters to get involved with real world science, both at home and glo
Pupils in primary and secondary schools worked with the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University using camera traps to conduct wild
Jeremy P. Thomas
How are the new science standards adopted in the USA in 2014 for ages 5-18 innovative, and do they have implications for science teaching and learn
The Royal Society of Biology is developing a framework for a coherent 5-19 biology curriculum, aiming to inform curriculum developers and ensure th
What does effective ‘Environmental’ or ‘Sustainability Education’ look like? How does this link to best practice STEM education?
This article outlines how science and drama work well together, providing a creative outlet for science ideas and discussion, which can be adopted
An introduction by our Annual Conference Secretary to this special issue celebrating the best of the 2018 ASE Annual Meeting in Liverpool.
In 2018 we welcomed a record number of schools showcasing the excellent STEM work that is happening around the country.
Practical sessions are always a highlight of the ASE Annual Conferences and the 2018 programme was no exception.