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David Tymm Apr 25
Hi - you might remember we talked briefly at about that conceptual jump from ionic bonding diagram to structure and I thought an animation might help. Took a while, but here's a first stab . What do you think?
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OCR Science Jul 15
Join OCR subject advisors and other teachers for a free lunch and chat on Thursday (9/1) and Friday (10/1) at the 2020 ASE Conference, University of Reading.
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Andy Brunning Jul 15
2020 is still a while away, but if you're planning on going then do make time to drop in to one of the network lunches – you can already sign up via the link below 👇
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Rose Edmondson Jan 12
you have been exceptional! What a hoard! My brain is full of fresh ideas and my arms ache after lugging all this home! I can’t decide which is my favourite freebie- the squishy eyeballs or the batman themed tea towel 😬😬😍😍
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Dr Katherine Forsey Jul 5
A sad moment at saying goodbye to 's lovely Exhibition Manager, Ray Hancock, who is retiring in August. Ray has been a constant presence at ASE conferences and very much looks after us all. A true gent and will be very much missed.
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Primary Science Education Consultancy Jan 12
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Marc Neesam Apr 16
2020 is now taking proposals for sessions/workshops. If you want to share anything related to science education do consider contributing to a great 4 day conference dedicated to science education from primary to HE, and UK to world wide
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singing scientist Jan 12
AQA GCSE Science grade 5 students: foundation or higher- what’s best? Useful document from AQA
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Claire Seeley Jan 13
Thank you to everyone who took part ... If you popped up, presented, forumed, teach meeted, exhibited or hosted.... A huge thank you to you all. It's always a highlight of my year. See you again soon. X
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Lindsay Hetherington Jan 12
Asking your children 'did you ask any good questions today' rather than 'did you learn anything today' - this fab idea inspired a teacher researcher into helping students to ask good questions in science. Great stuff. thanks
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Sphere Science Jan 12
Had a great time at the Teachmeet. True investigations as I didn’t know what the results would be
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Nicola Beverley Jan 12
Thanks to everyone for contributing to Primary Teach Meet today Great support from and all our volunteers. The primary science network is thriving 👏😀👏🎉
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David Read Jan 11
⁩ tells us about her ⁦⁩ project on using oracy reducing cognitive load in the lab, noting the importance of a framework to help facilitate the right kind of discussion between groups of students in class.
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Page Keeley Jan 14
Had a great 2 days visiting London after the ASE Conf. The Natural History Museum was fabulous. The science person in me couldn't resist buying this dinosaur dress at the Museum Shop!
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Primary science resourcefulness Jan 12
Some fantastic messages from today at the Made me feel like a great parent whilst knowing our schools work towards parental involvement in reading is more important than ever! Thank you
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Vicki Davy Jan 12
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Fabio Di Salvo Jun 19
Back from today’s ASE South East 2019 conference . Was really difficult to pick a session for each slot but my thanks go to the speakers I got to meet today...
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Satinder Bains Jan 15
Tried this out with my Year 10s...it really made them think!
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Mr J Hayward Jan 12
Lots to think about from . How can we, as teachers, inspire wonder in our pupils? 'Scientists don't give the right answers, they ask the right questions'. As role models, we owe it to kids to guide them to love questioning everything in their world.
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Best Evidence Science Teaching (BEST) Jan 12
Wonderful to have Valerie Wood-Robinson in the audience for our session this morning, co-author of 'Making Sense of Secondary Science', and for her to say that BEST is what she & Ros Driver always hoped somebody would do with their work on misconceptions.
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