ASE Annual Conference, Sheffield Hallam University

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  • Date and time: Friday 7 January 2022, 9am to Saturday 8 January 2022, 5pm
  • Location: In-person and online
  • Audience: Open to teachers
  • Booking: Booking required

Event details

  • Friday 7 January 2022 at 3.30 pm: CIEC's advisory teacher Jane Winter will be presenting “Making productive links between English and science” at the ASE Conference at Sheffield University.  This session will share how the latest free CIEC resource can be used by teachers to deliver exciting English lessons while raising aspirations and science capital.  It will also explore some linked science practicals which show how science can promote sustainability by turning a waste product into a useful resource.
  • Saturday 8 January 2022 at 09.30 pm: CIEC’s advisory teacher, Clare Docking, will be presenting “Developing science capital in the classroom through virtual interactions with industry” at the ASE Annual Conference at Sheffield Hallam University.  Find out how, during the pandemic, The Centre for Industry Education Collaboration has worked with our industrial partners to provide inspiring virtual interactions and resources, which can be used to raise the Science Capital in your primary school.
  • Saturday 8 January 2022 at 11am: CIEC’s advisory teacher, Mackayla Millar, will be presenting “IndusTRY at home: extending STEM careers learning beyond the classroom” at the ASE Annual Conference at Sheffield Hallam University.  Originally written to support home learning, discover how CIEC’s IndusTRY AT HOME activities provide the perfect opportunity to engage the whole family and build Science Capital in fun and easy to resource ways. These open-ended challenges highlight STEM industry stories, promote scientific discussion, and support the development of essential enquiry skills.
  • Saturday 8 January 2022 at 3:15 pm: CIEC's advisory teacher, Nicky Waller, will be co-presenting a session at the ASE Conference at Sheffield University, aimed at sharing a selection of Best Evidence Science Teaching (BEST) resources for primary science diagnostic assessment. The primary pilot project has been developed by CIEC and UYSEG, supported by the Salters' Institute, to help primary teachers find out what their pupils know, uncover their misunderstandings and develop their thinking.

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