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The ASE Annual Conference is a unique opportunity for all teachers of science and those involved with science education. With over 350 sessions to choose from at ASE Annual Conference 2018, Sched will help you see what’s on and plan and edit your personal agenda at any time.  If you’ve not yet registered for this event book now on Eventbrite.
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Thursday, January 4 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Teaching Students with SEND T30

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Led by the ASE 11-19 Committee. This session will empower teachers of students with SEN by providing a range of teaching ideas and strategies to use in the classroom.

Until recently Rob worked as a deputy head in a small special school academy in Nottinghamshire where he taught science to GCSE level.  Rob is now a freelance education & science teaching consultant.  Rob is also a chartered science teacher and a member of the ASE's 11-19 committee.
Rob's workshop will serve as an introduction to the most common specific learning difficulties encountered in the secondary classroom.  Rob will share strategies that can be used to bring about learning, engagement and student retention that have been tried and tested in his own lessons in over 20 years of working with SEN students.

This workshop is aimed at teachers of KS3 & 4.

Speakers
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Rob Butler CSciTeach

Independent Consultant, Fiendishlyclever
ASE Field Officer (Midlands). Ex-special school senior leader & Science teacher. Chartered Science teacher & ASE activist. Derby Science Learning Partnership. Science Council

Exhibitors
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Association for Science Education

The Association for Science Education (ASE) is proud of the Annual Conference; Europe's largest science education event. We welcome members and non-members to a rich programme of CPD and the invaluable opportunity to share ideas and challenges with practitioners from across  the... Read More →


Thursday January 4, 2018 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Maths G02