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Friday, January 5 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Science on Stage S18

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Explore some of the best STEM teaching ideas and approaches discovered from our European peers, and be inspired by the UK delegations' experiences in Hungary this summer.
Brought to you by the delegates themselves (made up of UK teachers at primary and secondary level) this session will present a number of the best ideas the UK teachers spotted at Science on Stage. They will show you a range of easy-to-run and inspirational ideas, and explain how they have bought the ideas home to support the UK curriculum.
Find out how you could represent the best of UK's science teaching as part of this Europe-wide festival in 2019.
There will be plenty of time for Q+A at the end. Please do visit the Schools' Exhibition in the morning, or straight after, for even more ideas and inspiration from Science on Stage UK.

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Elizabeth Chambers

Schools Engagement officer, The Royal Society
Tw:@ellie_scicomm   Running sessions on our main schemes (Partnership Grants and Young People's Book Prize), our free resources and an introduction to the education work of the Royal Society. Please do contact the team at education@royalsociety.org if you would like to know more... Read More →
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Kulvinder Johal

Science on Stage 2017 - Northbury Primary School
I presented at Science on Stage London 2015 and am now part of the steering committee so was able to attend Science on Stage 2017 in Hungary. Come and chat to me about anything science related. I am currently Assistant head teacher at Northbury Primary School in Barking... Read More →
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David Teasdale

Teacher of Biology, David Teasdale
Looking forward to sharing ideas for using Slime mould as an experimental organism for use in classrooms with students of all ages, stages and abilities. Thanks to my friends at the Royal Society for inviting me to speak about the ideas they saw me present at the Science on Stage... Read More →

Friday January 5, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm GMT
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