Putting the global into science

We are attending two great science conferences early next year

The ASE conference is an annual must for all science teachers interested in finding out what the latest science resources available are for keeping up to date on current policy and practice.  On 5-7th January we will be there to show teachers the great resources we produce and how they can enhance their science teaching.  If you are attending do please come and see us, we’d love to find out what you like about our work and what else you’d like us to produce,  go to http://www.ase.org.uk/conferences/annual-conference/

Then on 25th February if’s off to the ‘What is science for? ’ conference in Widnes , which will focus on the importance of global issues in science teaching. Sessions will include:

  • Andrew Hunt – Making sense of our global interdependence through science
  • Prof Malcolm Dando – Bioethics and biological weapons
  • Eric Fewster – Science and engineering for relief and development
  • Prof Justin Dillon – “Doing” science versus “Being” a scientist: Making sense of young people’s aspirations and attitudes to science
  • Prof Justin Dillon (Workshop) – Climate change education within the new National Curriculum: threats and opportunities for teachers and students.

To book for this conference please go to  www.whatissciencefor.eventbrite.com


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