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Getting practical about assessing science

Event

January
082015

16:00 - 17:00

Location

University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, RG6 6AH

Overview

The 'Talking Science Education' series of debates returns with 'Getting practical about science', chaired by Professor Michael Reiss. This lively and topical discussion will cover the burning issues in science education.

Event details

The Royal Society, National Science Learning Network and Wellcome Trust have come together to hold the 'Getting Practical About Assessing Science' debate at the Association for Science Education (ASE) Annual Conference 2015. The debate will be chaired by Professor Michael Reiss and will address the issues in assessing practical science at primary and secondary level. The debate is part of the 'Talking Science Education' series which give teachers and stakeholders the opportunity to discuss the issues important to all within the science education sector.

The ASE Annual Conference 2015 shares exceptional ideas and resources for science teaching over four days. Join over 3000 people from schools, training, research and industry for over 300 sessions dedicated to science education. Sessions will cover all subject areas and phases of science education, with hands-on activities and inspiring talks from the front-line of science research. 

Attending this event

To attend the event, bookings need to be made through the ASE website; you will be required to register to attend the conference.

Prices are based upon the number of days you want to attend the conference and discounts are available for ASE members and group bookings. Attendance is free for trainee teacher members of ASE. 

If you have any questions about this event, please contact education@royalsociety.org.

Getting practical about assessing science

The 'Talking Science Education' series of debates returns with 'Getting practical about science', chaired by Professor Michael Reiss. This lively and topical discussion will cover the burning issues in science education.

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