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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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Wednesday, January 3
 

2:15pm GMT

Practical Physics in Sub-Saharan Africa I16
Join us to explore practical physics in sub-Saharan Africa, how it is taught and how we can influence the teaching of physics internationally.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Brock

Joe Brock

Tanzania Coordinator, Worth School
I have been a teacher of Physics for 28 years. With the IoP and PAGEANT I have been running teacher training projects in both The Tanzania and The Gambia for over 10 years. The projects concentrate on re directing teaching from teacher lead board work and rote learning to focussing... Read More →
avatar for Linsey Clark

Linsey Clark

International Officer, Institute of Physics
I am currently the international officer at the Institute of Physics (IOP) where I manage the organisations international capacity building projects. These include entrepreneurial workshops and the IOP for Africa project which delivers practical physics teacher training in Tanzania... Read More →


Wednesday January 3, 2018 2:15pm - 3:10pm GMT
Rendall S6

2:15pm GMT

Trashed World I17
A global schools' platform for curriculum exchange work on the topic of waste, based on the award-winning documentary from Jeremy Irons 'Trashed' - Free Subscription! Led by the ASE International Committee.

Proposers
avatar for Angela Buckland

Angela Buckland

Conference Manager, Mrs
The Association for Science Education is proud to create this Annual Conference that is Europe's largest Science Education CPD event.

Speakers
avatar for Keith Kelly

Keith Kelly

Creator, Keith Kelly
'Hi. I'm one of the co-authors of TrashedWorld. I'm a teacher and trainer in bilingual education and CLIL and have written a number of books for OUP, Macmillan and run a CLIL school in Bulgaria (www.anglia-school.info). I've participated in many educational Science projects and initiatives... Read More →


Wednesday January 3, 2018 2:15pm - 3:10pm GMT
Rendall S3

3:15pm GMT

Transforming STEM Education: Air Quality as a powerful theme for integration I22
Air quality, especially in urban areas, is a world-wide problem. Using an active, audience-involved format, this keynote shows how subject integration engages all levels.
  1. It makes the case for STEM subject integration rather than separate disciplines
  2. It provides valuable content outside that to be expected from traditionally educated teachers
  3. It explores issues of pedagogy that will educate not indoctrinate
  4. It will involve some short interactive interludes
  5. It makes the case for action as part of STEM Education, as part of learner engagement
  6. It moves from hypothetical contexts (nuclear powerstations in every town) to real community issues

Speakers
avatar for John Oversby

John Oversby

Consultant, Science Education Futures
I am experienced researcher in chemistry and STEM education. I have been a secondary school teacher for 22+ years and a teacher educator for similar. My main areas of research are in STEM for Global Justice, The Role of Diagrams in Learning, and Radical STEM Education. I convene a... Read More →


Wednesday January 3, 2018 3:15pm - 4:10pm GMT
Rendall LT3

4:15pm GMT

Get your School to Go Green! REPEATED I26
What are schools in the UK doing to enable young people to play a role in developing a more sustainable future for society? With the pressure caused by curriculum changes and ofsted criteria, is it possible to fit this in too?
The session will explore how attendees can help their students to build valuable skills by leading projects and campaigns on themes such as energy saving, recycling, encouraging walking to school and creating a vegetable garden. It will also look into how they can save their schools thousands of pounds in reduced energy bills.

The session will include practical activities that will enable attendees to develop ideas that they can take away to make their school a more environmentally friendly place.



 

Speakers
avatar for Henry Greenwood

Henry Greenwood

Founder and Managing Director, Green Schools Project
I have been a secondary school teacher since 2003 and worked as Sustainability Coordinator at Kingsmead School in Enfield. We ran a variety of successful environmental projects and based on this experience I set up Green Schools Project which helps schools to set up and run a student-led... Read More →


Wednesday January 3, 2018 4:15pm - 5:10pm GMT
Rendall S11

4:15pm GMT

Archaeoschool for the Future REPEATED I27
Explore the possibilities of introducing science aspects to a non-specifically scientific European Project. Learn about sustainability, building materials, new teaching and assessment approaches (Knowledge Building International Project, KBIP, and Knowledge Forum, KF), innovative use of ICT (Edmondo), with secondary schools, universities and experts working together. Led by a member of the ASE International Committee.

Speakers
avatar for Xavier Juan

Xavier Juan

EGU Field Officer and spanish translator, Earthlearningidea
Having been a secondary science teacher for 37 years, I have been the co-ordinator for Spain for the ASE International Programme "Science across the World". I have also been a founder member and current Vice-President of the Spanish Earth Science Teachers Association (AEPECT, www.aepect.org... Read More →

Exhibitors
avatar for Angela Buckland

Angela Buckland

Conference Manager, Mrs
The Association for Science Education is proud to create this Annual Conference that is Europe's largest Science Education CPD event.


Wednesday January 3, 2018 4:15pm - 5:10pm GMT
Rendall S6
 
Thursday, January 4
 

9:30am GMT

Archaeoschool for the Future REPEATED W04
Explore the possibilities of introducing science aspects to a non-scientific European Project. Learn about sustainability, building materials, new teaching and assessment approaches with secondary schools, universities and experts working together. Led by a member of the ASE International Committee.

Speakers
avatar for Xavier Juan

Xavier Juan

EGU Field Officer and spanish translator, Earthlearningidea
Having been a secondary science teacher for 37 years, I have been the co-ordinator for Spain for the ASE International Programme "Science across the World". I have also been a founder member and current Vice-President of the Spanish Earth Science Teachers Association (AEPECT, www.aepect.org... Read More →

Exhibitors
avatar for Angela Buckland

Angela Buckland

Conference Manager, Mrs
The Association for Science Education is proud to create this Annual Conference that is Europe's largest Science Education CPD event.


Thursday January 4, 2018 9:30am - 10:30am GMT
Maths 106

10:00am GMT

Frontier Science: Artificial Photosynthesis - making fuels from air, water and light T06
Solar energy is abundant but intermittent. We aim to use sunlight to generate fuels that can be stored and used when required. The only inputs are light, carbon dioxide and water! In this talk I will outline my research on developing new materials that can efficiently produce carbon fuels from these abundant sources.

Speakers
DG

Dr Gaia Neri

Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy - University of Liverpool

Sponsors
avatar for University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool


Thursday January 4, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am GMT
CTH D

11:00am GMT

CANCELLED How to Reduce the Effects of Climate Change W08
How the UK and Earth's climate is changing and what can be done on a personal and collective level to reduce the drivers for this change.

Speakers

Thursday January 4, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm GMT
Rendall S5
  11-19

12:00pm GMT

Wireless Datalogging in Action REPEATED W15
Learn how wireless technology will connect your logger to Ipads, Iphones, Android phones, tablets and the PC. Bring your own device and join in.

Speakers
BH

Barry Hawkins

Data Harvest

Exhibitors
avatar for Data Harvest Group

Data Harvest Group

Sales Director, Data Harvest Group Ltd.
Worldwide suppliers of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math equipment (STEM) for over 35 years; whether it's hardware or software, Data Harvest offers multi award-winning, high quality, innovative and affordable educational solutions. EasySense Data Logging Range Science Data... Read More →


Thursday January 4, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm GMT
CTL 1

12:00pm GMT

Bringing Sustainability Issues to Life W41
This practical session shares Manchester Museum’s expertise in ways of using objects – from museums and from your local environment – to work scientifically and raise awareness of sustainability issues in your classroom. Live creatures from our Vivarium will add to the excitement, and you’ll have a chance to shape the future programme at this fantastic local resource.

Speakers
AG

Andrew Gray

Manchester Museum
avatar for Amy McDowall

Amy McDowall

Primary Learning Coordinator, Manchester Museum
I am a primary teacher and museum learning specialist with almost 10 years experience in the museum/heritage and education sectors. I am interested in science and history education, and in enabling access to science and culture for all children.


Thursday January 4, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm GMT
Guild of Students Library

2:00pm GMT

Citizen Science: Sharing knowledge. Inspiring action. Valuing nature W29
Earthwatch’s innovative education programmes for primary and secondary schools (Teach Earth and Discover Earth) reconnect school children with nature and science whilst helping teachers gain the confidence and experience needed to deliver lessons outside. Learn about our programmes, resources and our new Citizen Science project Naturehood, launching in February 2018.

Speakers
avatar for Earthwatch Institute

Earthwatch Institute

Earthwatch Institute
avatar for Sarah Staunton-Lamb

Sarah Staunton-Lamb

Senior Engagement & Learning Manager, Earthwatch
25+ years working in the environment and education. Come and find me the stand at D29 to find out more about opportunities for teachers and schools with Earthwatch.I am a Senior Learning Manager and Facilitator within Earthwatch. With over 25 years’ experience of working in the... Read More →


Thursday January 4, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm GMT
Rendall S6

2:00pm GMT

Oceans in the KS3-4 Science Curriculum W155
Take a peek at a brand new film told through the eyes of a teenage girl, using live action and animation (with film related snacks on offer). Try out some new learning resources developed especially for KS3-4 taking young people into the wild to learn about the science behind ocean sustainbility. Created by the Marine Stewardship Council, this session explores the science of sustainable fishing as an area of scientific interest for teachers, and trials a couple of new, practical-learning materials that will help science teachers embed ocean sustainability into their classrooms.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Jones and Rosalyn Bilbrough

Kate Jones and Rosalyn Bilbrough

Education consultants, Marine Stewardship Council
Speaker Rosalyn Bilbrough wrote MSC’s new film for young people aged 11-15 years alongside science specialists at MSC in London and across Europe. Rosalyn has written education films, resources and story books for Comic Relief, Fairtrade Foundation and the MSC for the past 17... Read More →


Thursday January 4, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm GMT
Rendall S11
  11-19

3:00pm GMT

BERG: What’s the point of protecting biodiversity? T45
A new approach to teaching about conservation.

Speakers
MG

Marcus Grace

Science Advisor, University of Southampton
DC

Dr Carys Hughes

Initial teacher training lecturer, University of Southampton Secondary ITE
Head of Science in my previous life. Now training pre-service and in-service teachers. I specialise in biology and SEND and I am an accredited Autism Ambassador. My research interest is children's connection to nature.


Thursday January 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm GMT
Rendall S10
  11-19

3:00pm GMT

Get your School to Go Green! REPEATED W75
What are schools in the UK doing to enable young people to play a role in developing a more sustainable future for society? With the pressure caused by curriculum changes and ofsted criteria, is it possible to fit this in too?
The session will explore how attendees can help their students to build valuable skills by leading projects and campaigns on themes such as energy saving, recycling, encouraging walking to school and creating a vegetable garden. It will also look into how they can save their schools thousands of pounds in reduced energy bills.

The session will include practical activities that will enable attendees to develop ideas that they can take away to make their school a more environmentally friendly place.

Speakers
avatar for Henry Greenwood

Henry Greenwood

Founder and Managing Director, Green Schools Project
I have been a secondary school teacher since 2003 and worked as Sustainability Coordinator at Kingsmead School in Enfield. We ran a variety of successful environmental projects and based on this experience I set up Green Schools Project which helps schools to set up and run a student-led... Read More →


Thursday January 4, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm GMT
Rendall S8

3:30pm GMT

CANCELLED Frontier Science: Energy Storage Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries T52
Due to circumstances beyond our control this session has been cancelled.

Proposers
avatar for University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool

Speakers
DI

Dr Iain Aldous

Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy - University of Liverpool


Thursday January 4, 2018 3:30pm - 4:30pm GMT
CTH C
 
Friday, January 5
 

9:30am GMT

Wireless Datalogging in Action REPEATED W46
Learn how wireless technology will connect your logger to Ipads, Iphones, Android phones, tablets and the PC. Bring your own device and join in.

Speakers
BH

Barry Hawkins

Data Harvest

Exhibitors
avatar for Data Harvest Group

Data Harvest Group

Sales Director, Data Harvest Group Ltd.
Worldwide suppliers of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math equipment (STEM) for over 35 years; whether it's hardware or software, Data Harvest offers multi award-winning, high quality, innovative and affordable educational solutions. EasySense Data Logging Range Science Data... Read More →


Friday January 5, 2018 9:30am - 10:30am GMT
CTL 1

9:30am GMT

Environmental Education in Secondary Science T64
Where is it, what is it and what should the future be? In this session we will set out the current situation of environment education (EE) provision in secondary curriculums in England and share current trends in other countries. We invite you to share your experiences, concerns, insights and suggestions and in so doing contribute to a national study exploring the current and potential future trajectory of EE

Speakers
RC

Rachel Cook

King's College London
avatar for Dr Melissa Glackin

Dr Melissa Glackin

Senior lecturer in Science Education, King's College London
Outdoor secondary science education; environmental education; biology field work
HK

Heather King

King's College London


Friday January 5, 2018 9:30am - 10:30am GMT
Chadwick Barkla LT
  11-19

12:00pm GMT

Going Bananas for Food Security W70
What you will take away from this session:
  • A safe and accessible food security and microbiology class practical suitable for KS3 or KS4, which replicates current academic research, and is linked to knowledge and understanding, stipulated practicals and apparatus and technique skills in the GCSE specifications. We also provide project ideas for older students that may wish to take this area of research further, for example as an extended project qualification.
  • In addition to the practical we are providing a unique data set (and supporting material) from Eden Project’s Rainforest Biome for you to use with your class. The dataset complements the class practical and lends itself to questions that are matched to the working scientifically part of the curriculum and reflect the full range of assessment objectives. We’ve even written the questions for you!
  • A tangible case study/real world example which you can use to show your students how science (and careers in STEM) can develop solutions to challenges facing the world, such as sustainable methods for securing food supplies.
  • The confidence to deliver one of the most crucial aspects of biological research to your students.
  • An opportunity to revitalise the role of practical work and challenge your students to think and work in different ways.

Further background information about the session:

Food Security can be one of the more challenging aspects of the curriculum for teachers to deliver. This session is designed to support teachers’ development of specialist knowledge and current research in this area framed within the context of an engaging lab practical that they will be able to carry out with their own students.
Panama disease severely affects banana production in all banana-producing regions of the world and it is one of the most destructive plant diseases. Therefore, it represents a significant threat to global food security. The presence of Fusarium oxysporum, the Fungus responsible for Panama disease has been confirmed in Eden Project’s Rainforest Biome. This fungus is soil borne, and spores can easily be transferred in water or on tools or footwear.
Dr Rachel Warmington is Eden’s plant pathologist and responsible for monitoring and controlling plant diseases with the biome, however her research has global implications.
Previous research has suggested that that intercropping banana plants with species of alliums (garlic, onion, leek, chive and so on) could reduce the incidence of Panama disease. Dr Warmington is currently working with Exeter University researching this relationship. In parallel to this research Robbie Kirkman (Education Team Lead) and Dr Warmington have developed a classroom based practical and dataset that enables your students to investigate this relationship for themselves.
The innovative practical uses a technique called 'well diffusion' and allows students to investigate this relationship substituting Fusarium oxysporum for baker’s yeast. The practical doesn’t require any equipment not found in a standard school lab, however, there are lots of opportunities to use more advanced kit if it is available in your school.
 

Speakers
avatar for Chris Bisson

Chris Bisson

Policy Development Manager, Eden Project
avatar for Robbie Kirkman

Robbie Kirkman

Education Team Lead, Eden Project
Robbie works on the education team at Eden and is the Education Team Lead. He has a BSc in Marine Biology and Oceanography and a science PGCE. Robbie taught science in secondary schools in Cornwall for several years before beginning work at Eden 7 years ago. This has given him a broad... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Warmington

Rachel Warmington

Plant Pathologist, Eden Project


Friday January 5, 2018 12:00pm - 2:00pm GMT
CTL 8
  11-19

12:30pm GMT

Collections and Curriculum: The role of natural history museums in providing an authentic learning experience S15
Museums provide unique opportunities for students to study key areas of the national curriculum, engage with collections, and provide hands-on learning experiences within memorable environments. Many museums also provide additional support to teachers through CPD opportunities, resources and advice.

Speakers
GD

Gracie Divall

Natural History Museum
ES

Ed Santry

Natural History Museum


Friday January 5, 2018 12:30pm - 1:30pm GMT
Chadwick Rotbalt LT

1:45pm GMT

CANCELLED - Reaching a 'Zero Carbon' Future D06
Speakers
Exhibitors
CF

Centre for Alternative Technology

Centre for Alternative Technology
CAT is an education and visitor centre demonstrating practical solutions for sustainability. We cover all aspects of green living: environmental building, eco-sanitation, woodland management, renewable energy, energy efficiency and organic growing.


Friday January 5, 2018 1:45pm - 2:45pm GMT
Guild of Students Mandela Room

2:50pm GMT

Polar Explorer Programme W154
This session is aimed mainly at primary teachers to look at how they can use a wealth of free, CREST accredited resources based around the work of the RRS Sir David Attenborough and Boaty McBoatface to bring STEM education into their classrooms.  
You will learn about how to access the programme, apply for the assistance from one of our Polar Ambassadors, trial some of the activities and see how you could build a legacy of STEM into your school, as well as develop transition into high schools.”

Proposers
SH

Sarah Heathwood

Communications Coordinator, STEM Learning

Speakers
AL

Adam Little

STEM Learning

Exhibitors
avatar for STEM Learning

STEM Learning

STEM Learning
STEM Learning is your number one organisation for STEM teaching support. We offer free and affordable CPD, teaching resources and STEM inspiration for your classroom, STEM Club or community group. Our work has proven impact on teachers and young people. Find out more on www.stem.org.uk... Read More →


Friday January 5, 2018 2:50pm - 3:50pm GMT
Rendall LT6
  Primary

2:50pm GMT

Project Earth Rock: Singing Sustainability T155
Find out about Project Earth Rock, a primary school multimedia resource about sustainability that uses songs and animation to deliver a fun scheme of work.

Speakers
avatar for Jess Gold

Jess Gold

Director, Project Earth Rock
Teaching sustainability and science through music in primary schools. And my show - The Greener Transport Show which has toured hundreds of schools in the United Kingdom.


Friday January 5, 2018 2:50pm - 3:50pm GMT
Rendall LT5
  Primary

3:00pm GMT

Using the Sustainable Schools Doorways T108
SEEd and the Sustainable Schools Alliance have recently launched a new Sustainable Schools Doorway on Nature & Biodiversity.
This practical session will provide and enable teachers to trial a framework for using this Doorway; linking it to their current projects and unlocking the potential for ‘learning for sustainability’ in their schools.

The Sustainable Schools Framework was built on the principle of care – of oneself, of others and of the environment. The Doorways into the framework are approached through Campus, Curriculum or Community approaches. There 8 original doorways in the framework are: Food and Drink; Energy and Water; Travel and Traffic; Purchasing and Waste; Buildings and Grounds; Inclusion and Participation; Local Well-being; and Global Dimension. These Doorways are now being updated to enable practical curriculum links and reflect the Sustainable Development Goals - or Global Goals. 

Speakers
avatar for Poppy Flint

Poppy Flint

SEEd
SEEd supports and enables educators and young people to place sustainability at the heart of their work and learning. SEED is THE hub for bringing together, sharing and enhancing best practice in sustainability and environmental education Poppy Flint is the Sustainable Schools... Read More →


Friday January 5, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm GMT
Maths 106

4:00pm GMT

Science & the World Around Us: Science and Global Learning W92
This workshop introduces science in a global context, focusing on the concern for environmental sustainability and the diversity of cultural contributions to science.

Speakers
JW

Jason Ward

Liverpool World Centre


Friday January 5, 2018 4:00pm - 5:30pm GMT
Rendall S3
  Primary
 
Saturday, January 6
 

9:30am GMT

Power for the World: Investigation for understanding and application W101
Come along to this hands-on session to discover for yourself why this and many other Practical Action's STEM challenges are proving so popular in schools practicalaction.org/STEM

Speakers
avatar for Ed Walsh

Ed Walsh

Consultant, Ed Walsh Consulting

Exhibitors
JB

Julie Brown

Practical Action
Practical Action is an innovative international development organisation putting ingenious ideas to work so people in poverty can change their world.We help people find solutions to some of the world’s toughest problems – made worse by catastrophic climate change and persistent... Read More →


Saturday January 6, 2018 9:30am - 10:30am GMT
CTL 2
  11-19

11:40am GMT

Think-Universe! S27
Join this workshop and learn how to get involved in a revolutionary, challenging and exciting project on Science Education at KS2 and KS3.

Think Universe! All is one is a short but essential foundation course on the nature of the world and the origins of everything, including ourselves.
Science content
The science content is necessarily wide, but very simple and presented at a coherent and accessible level.
In the first few lessons, pupils embark in an adventure of discovery that starts at the world around us, then explores smaller and smaller components to reach finally the smallest things imaginable: the fundamental building blocks of the Universe. Next, pupils assemble a cosmic timeline, where major milestones such as the Big Bang, the formation of atoms, molecules, stars, planets, living environments and humanity find their places. The timeline is the backbone of the course and also provides a historical sequence from physics to chemistry and finally, biology. The diverse topics in all lessons are closely linked to each other in a coherent and continuous experience.
Teaching methodology
It is a structured questioning method called Question Line, where thinking is at the core of the learning process (Question Line is part of the PhD research by one of us - Shirin Sheikh-Bahai - at the UCL Institute of Education). How are the questioning, thinking and learning connected to each other? What is the relevance of misconceptions? How to make knowledge and ability gaps vanish between pupils coming from a diversity of backgrounds? There is plenty of practical work using optical microscopes, building plasticine models of atomic structure, polystyrene models of simple molecules, developing a physical timeline of the Universe, and so forth.
Training for teachers, science coordinators and science leaders

Both science content and methodology require specific training, which can be done in three twilight teacher masterclasses (adaptable format). One of the main aims of this training is to de-mystify the apparent complexity and difficulty of the science content, by understanding that it is to be kept at a basic conceptual level well away from the higher levels of conventional courses in particle physics, astronomy, biochemistry or evolutionary biology. A science background is not required. Our masterclasses empower teachers and leave them confident for a successful classroom delivery with the additional possibility of becoming teacher trainers themselves.
Getting involved
In this workshop we will present a broad view of the entire project and most important, we will describe how to get involved and trained on science content, Question Line methodology, use of the dedicated teaching equipment and materials and even how to become ambassadors as part of a future nationwide expansion.

Speakers
avatar for Dr Francisco Diego

Dr Francisco Diego

Senior Teaching Fellow / Head of Science at Think Universe!, UCL
Science education and public outreach have been an important part of my scientific and technical careers. I am delighted in contributing my experience and vision, developing the adventurous science content for this revolutionary project. In Think Universe! All is One, we are convinced... Read More →
avatar for Jessika Rabello

Jessika Rabello

IOE- UCL
I am a brazilian Earth Scientist who came to London in 2012 for an MA im Science Education. I then met Ms Sheikh-Bahai and the amazing All is One project, bringing high level science for pupils in primary schools across the city. It is unique to be part of this team and help bring... Read More →
AM

Anam Mohsin Shaikh

Class Teacher, UCL
I am a primary school teacher who has taken on an active role in the teaching and learning of science. I have participated for the last 5 years in the All is one project in a number of schools. My current position in an academy has allowed me more freedom and flexibility in the teaching... Read More →
avatar for Shirin Sheikh-Baha

Shirin Sheikh-Baha

Researcher, UCL Institute of Education
I am a science educator leading primary science teaching and learning in the Harris Federation academies. Collaborating with a number of the best educational organisations and universities , I promote science education across the schools.My expertise is in the field of physical science... Read More →



Saturday January 6, 2018 11:40am - 12:40pm GMT
Rathbone Leslie Hearnshaw
  Primary

2:00pm GMT

Frontier Science: Oceanography - From Microbes to Global Climate T148
Photosynthesis is vital to Earth’s climate, extracting CO2 from the atmosphere as plants grow, and producing oxygen. Of the total amount of photosynthesis on our planet, half of it occurs in plants that grow in the ocean – but what are these plants, and what challenges do they have to overcome compared to their terrestrial counterparts?

Proposers
avatar for University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool

Speakers
PJ

Professor Jon Sharples

Professor of Ocean Sciences, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool


Saturday January 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm GMT
CTH D

3:35pm GMT

Forest School & Science W157
Find out more about Forest School and the rationale behind it. Consider how Forest School can support the teaching of primary science through curriculum-linked activities.

Speakers
avatar for Helen Spring

Helen Spring

Primary Science and Outdoor Learning Specialist, Spring Learning
I am a Primary Science and Outdoor Learning consultant based in Yorkshire; I set up my business, ‘Spring Learning’, five years ago. Prior to this, I was a Professional Development Leader at the National STEM Centre, a teacher / science subject leader, and an environmental education... Read More →


Saturday January 6, 2018 3:35pm - 4:35pm GMT
Rendall S4
  Primary