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We're delighted to announce that The Abyss of Time by Paul Lyle is the winning title of the ASE Book Award 2016. This inaugural award aims to recognise the importance that physical books still have to play in the world of science education and has been designed to celebrate science writing that educates and inspires science learners of all ages. http://ow.ly/eHLe307WgP9
We're delighted to announce that The Abyss of Time by Paul Lyle (published by Dunedin) is the winning title of the ASE Book Award 2016. This inaugural award aims to recognise the importance that physical books still have to play in the world of science education and has been designed to celebrate ...
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Is it time to rethink teacher training? This is an interesting read in The Conversation from ASE member and Lecturer in Science Education at the University of Sussex, James Williams. Williams says "The list of what teachers “should” or “could” be trained in is now very long. But while each call for training has a justified and reasonable argument behind it, we cannot escape the fact that initial teacher training cannot deliver fully trained, for every eventuality, teachers." #ASEchat http://ow.ly/sbR9306VzTy
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There's just two weeks left to book for ASE Annual Conference 2017 (4-7th Jan at Uni of Reading) #ASEconf #ASEchat http://ow.ly/zt4q306Kmac
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Can you make it to Llanelli tomorrow for 24 ideas to use in the Science Classroom before Christmas?! #ASEchat http://ow.ly/zaGj306FtaN
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We've done the math this Black Friday and although we love percentages off (See chapter 5 'working with proportionality') - we also want to enthuse students about lots of other essential mathematical concepts needed in 11-16 science learning. So we're offering up to 30% off our essential guide for 11-16 teachers "The language of Mathematics in Science". Only £18.00 (usual rrp £25.00) and just £7.00 if you're a member of ASE. Plus we only charge £1.00 for post and packaging to UK addresses. This offer ends on the 2nd December 2016. #MathsinScience #BlackFriday #STEM #ASEchat http://ow.ly/bzPV306vOgp
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Attending #ASEconf 2017? Book EXCLUSIVE Dawn Stonhenge Experience (Sat 7 Jan, 5.30am, £35) #ASEchat Limited spaces. http://ow.ly/BMmb307ai5k
If you're attending the ASE Annual Conference 2017 at the University of Reading - why not join us for an early morning visit to one of the most important historical landmarks in the UK - Stonehenge. If you're visiting the UK from abroad - why not add this to your trip? This has been especially arranged and you will have exclusive access to the monument. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see this Neolithic wonder without the crowds! This...
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UK comes 15th in International Rankings behind Singapore, Japan, Estonia and Canada. Schools' Minister, Nick Gibb MP announced £12m to support professional training for science teaching. #OECDPISA #ASEchat http://ow.ly/GGqD306RmV3
The UK is still lagging behind at education, with little progress in international rankings.
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How do we compare? International study reports back on science and mathematics education in England and Northern Ireland. The Trends in International Mathematics and Science (TIMSS) is a longitudinal study involving 57 countries that compares understanding and attitudes towards both science and mathematics for Year 5 and Year 9 pupils. Read our summary here http://ow.ly/E8ZZ306KlRE
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Shaun Reason, ASE Chief Executive, comments in The Independent on the best places in the world to learn science and maths following the results published by the Government on an international research project "Science has not really declined so we’re keeping up with things but we could be better if there was greater emphasis on teachers being treated as proper professionals by Government." Read the full story here #ASEchat ow.ly/rpeu306HzII
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Shortlist announced for the ASE Book Award 2016! This award has been designed to celebrate science writing that educates and inspires science learners of all ages. The award will be presented at our annual conference and hopes to raise the profile of science publishing and showcase the best authors. http://ow.ly/hX0x306Fdta
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We're delighted to be supporting a new project launched yesterday for UK Primary Schools called BBC Terrific Scientific. The campaign consists of 10 nationwide investigations and hopes to encourage 1 million children to take part. Terrific Scientific will also enable children to undertake genuine research using their science enquiry skills to inform the work of leading universities. The investigations are designed to be accessible and use everyday items. Find out more! http://ow.ly/5RhN306iC2d
A new project was launched yesterday for UK Primary Schools called BBC Terrific Scientific. The campaign consists of 10 nationwide investigations and hopes to encourage 1 million children to take part. Terrific Scientific will also enable children to undertake genuine research using their ...
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