Monday 18th April 2.00 - 3.00pm
"Digital toolbox for teaching and learning science"
Would you like to engage and extend your students with digital tools in science classes? Explore a range of free tools that allow students to connect and collaborate.


Monday 18th April 3.05 - 4.00pm
"Science around the globe"
Various social networking tools are available to teachers to connect their classes with experts around the globe. In this session we share ideas about how Twitter, Skype and blogging can be used to communicate with working scientists. We also dip into citizen science and find out how students can contribute to authentic scientific investigations. We explore some of the tools available for classroom use that allow students to explore and classify genuine data from international research.


Tuesday 19th April 9.30 - 10.30am
"STEM activities in middle years science"
Students in the middle years are often difficult to engage with science theory and relish the opportunity for hands-on tasks. Integrating science, technology, engineering and mathematics gives students the opportunity to develop their creative skills, improve their ability to work in teams and find strategies for problem solving. This workshop shares some resources for STEM activities suitable for middle years classrooms.
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