Summer Webinar Series - 2022

Building on the success of our previous webinars, we've been working on a new series to bring you until the summer holidays - the first of which are now open for sign-ups.

Some of the upcoming topics will include a special series on wellbeing and building relationships in your science department, working with an supporting technicians and an exploration of the ITT Core Content Framework with Professor Samantha Twiselton (exclusive to ASE Futures members). 

Participation in these webinars will be free to all ASE members. All sessions will be recorded and made available for registered delegates to watch on the ASE website following the webinars.

We will continually update this page with session details and links to register as the webinar series progresses so don't forget to check back regularly to find out more.

Take a look at the current details about the upcoming webinars below.

 Primary

 11-19

 Technicians

 Teacher Educators

Primary

Response to Ofsted Research Review: Guidance for primary educators

This webinar debuted a new guidance document designed for teachers, senior leaders and professionals with an interest in how the Ofsted Science Research Review relates to primary science practice.

Tick, tick, boom? Tackling the teacher retention timebomb

ASE Members Only
As the summer resignation deadline approaches, our panel of education experts will look to discuss some of the issues surrounding teacher retention and wellbeing, particularly following the additional challenges posed by the pandemic.

Understanding change in open schooling innovations

In this hands-on, practice-oriented seminar, the SEAS team present experiences, concepts, and tools developed as part of the European research project Science Education for Action and Engagement towards Sustainability project.

Tackling issues around transition

Monday, 20 June - 5.30pm
Join a panel of primary and secondary science educators to discuss the challenges around transition, and the expectations of primary teachers of their secondary counterparts and vice-versa.

11-19

Tick, tick, boom? Tackling the teacher retention timebomb

ASE Members Only
As the summer resignation deadline approaches, our panel of education experts will look to discuss some of the issues surrounding teacher retention and wellbeing, particularly following the additional challenges posed by the pandemic.

Science Education for Action and Engagement towards Sustainability

In this hands-on, practice-oriented seminar, the SEAS team present experiences, concepts, and tools developed as part of the European research project Science Education for Action and Engagement towards Sustainability project.

Building relationships within a Science department

ASE Member Only
Maintaining harmony among colleagues in any working environment can be a challenge, and science departments are no exception.This session will focus on sharing tips and experiences on fostering a collegiate atmosphere in the school staff room.

Small Scale, Large Impact: Utilising Microscale Practicals

ASE Member Only
In this session our panel will discuss their experiences and tips for embedding microscale chemistry practicals into classroom teaching...

An Inspector Calls: Preparing for an 11-19 Ofsted science 'deep dive'

Wednesday, 8 June - 5pm-6pm
Almost 70 per-cent of school inspections have a deep dive in science reflecting the status of science as a core subject. This session will address what is it like to be inspected, what will Ofsted be looking for and what evidence will they be looking for?

Addressing gaps in practical science

W/C 13 June
More info coming soon

Tackling issues around transition

Monday, 20 June - 5.30pm
Join a panel of primary and secondary science educators to discuss the challenges around transition, and the expectations of primary teachers of their secondary counterparts and vice-versa.

Managing behaviour in the laboratory

W/C 20th June
In this session, a group of experienced secondary educators will come together to offer advice on how to deal with students flicking the gas taps... and a host of other behaviour issues that crop up for teachers in the lab or classroom. This session will be particularly useful for early career teachers and trainees.

Technicians

Working with and supporting technicians

Member Only
Our panel of experienced Science Technicians discuss the Science Technician role and how to build the best working relationships within your team.

Teacher Educators

ITT Market Review What does this mean for Training Providers?

Member Only
Professor Samantha Twiselton, OBE, will speak about ITT Market Review and how it applies to training providers both in the primary and secondary sectors.