Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Meet CIEC Promoting Science at the ASE Annual Conference

4 – 7 January 2012 at The University of Liverpool

CIEC Promoting Science are once again in residence at the ASE Annual Conference which is held this year at The University of Liverpool.
You can visit the team on their stand CS10 and chat about CIEC projects and resources.
The team are also delivering several sessions (some booked):

Friday 6th January 2012 – 14.00
Getting Practical
New horizons: practical ideas for space discovery in the primary classroom
(Gayle Pook, Sue Andrews)

Friday 6th January 2012 – 11.30-13.00

BC42 Primary science and stories… from industry (repeated Saturday 0930)
Joy Parvin, Gayle Pook, CIEC Promoting Science, University of York

Contextualising science increases children’s enthusiasm for the subject. In addition to using fictional stories and poems, there are great stories from industry that enthuse children and teachers, whilst providing insights into the relevance of school science to the world of work, and STEM career opportunities. But how do you access these stories? This session will introduce you to interactive websites, practical classroom science activities, strategies to work directly with industry, and complimentary teaching materials; thus providing the tools to develop these opportunities for your school.
Discipline: Curriculum development
Target audience: 7-11

Friday 6th January 2012 – 16.00
Creative primary science – fun,practical, engaging!
(Tanya Shields)

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