Free Science CPD for primary teachers students after school.
What is a teach meet? A group of teachers and anyone concerned with education swapping ideas which enthuse pupils and teachers about science. Anyone can contribute – usual, length of time is 4 minutes. So you could tell us your thought on good books to have, best websites as well as quickly demonstrate some effective science activities.
We would particularly welcome any contributions particularly by students, TAs and teachers from the Rugby cluster schools.
This event will be suitable for students, teachers, TAs and anyone who thinks they could do with input on science! Please tell others who you think might be interested in your networks.
Arrival time is 4pm but there will be about 30 mins to have some refreshments, network with colleagues and also enjoy looking round some free stands. From 4.30 is we will have a variety of presentations from teachers, students, science educators and other people with a fun and interesting interest in inspiring everyone in their classrooms.
Following the presentations there will be more networking time-very useful to have a look at the rest of the stands and catch up with presenters to discuss more ideas.
The following people have agreed to present:
Gaynor Sharp on Fun science ideas, Derrick Willer on fun tricks, Claire Hall with Animal encounters, Carol Bostrom with Fantastic frogs, Iain on how easy it is to use sensors, Julie Brown talking about the amazing Practical Action resources, Dan Roberts and Gizmos…Sam and Steph doing Forces, Paul Henderson talking about the Lanchester Interactive archive
The following people have agreed to bring their stands Medical Mavericks, Practical Action (Global STEM science), Data Harvest, IDS solutions, Lanchester Interactive Archive, there will be info re CODE Clubs and possibly more
Book your free place at this event via Eventbrite.