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Wednesday, January 8
 

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Thursday, January 9
 

9:00am

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Improving student outcomes in AO2 focussed questions (a) REPEATED (526) Edith Morley 175 Promoting Progress - a learner centred approach to assessment in your curriculum (a) REPEATED (49) Edith Morley G27 CLEAPSS hands-on drop-in workshop (b) (46) Edith Morley 124 CLEAPSS: The puddle chemist with a halo (a) REPEATED (34) Edith Morley Van Emden Lecture Theatre Open-ended investigations in Post-16 sciences (64) Palmer 1.03 Perimeter Institute - Fields are real (53) Edith Morley 301 Teachers' voices on practical work (47) Edith Morley 126 Chartership Lunch (405) Blandfords Working scientifically with museums (56) Palmer 1.07 BERG: Emerging Biology in earliest years (61) Palmer 1.08 Outcomes of practical work study from pre-service PGCE's (58) Henley Business School 102 Developing problem-solving skills for the 21st century (55) Palmer 1.04 Frontier Science Lecture: Nanomedicines in action (409) Henley Business School G15 Lecture Theatre How to run a level 3 laboratory technician apprenticeship (544) Palmer 1.06 Modelling the movements of the earth and moon in the solar system (59) Palmer 1.11 Play the game of brainy roles - can you beat a secondary school student? (50) Henley Business School G.03 Stories from physics - using stories to enrich physics teaching (57) Edith Morley 127 SunSpaceArt (95) Palmer 1.05 Using the exemplars effectively in the classroom in GCSE and A levels (48) Edith Morley G25 OCR Sponsored refreshments, 12PM TO 2PM (433) Edith Morley G44 BYOD Datalogging (52) Knight 166 lab

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Friday, January 10
 

8:30am

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Biology in the real world: Tumours (micro) environments (187) Chemistry Lecture Theatre G DNA fingerprinting using PCR and gel electrophoresis (b) REPEATED (421) Hopkins G06 lab Live lessons from remote research stations (b) REPEATED (418) Palmer G.09 PC Suite The Great Science Share for Schools - lessons towards the 5th year anniversary 2020! (199) Henley Business School 201 GCSE science 2019 - key messages to support improvement (including findings from ELC research) (b) REPEATED (322) Knight Lecture Theatre T levels and what they mean for your students (191) Edith Morley G25 Perimeter Institute: Evidence for climate change (531) Edith Morley 127 5 minute practical activities (b) REPEATED (195) Hopkins G05 lab CLEAPSS hands-on drop-in workshop (186) Edith Morley 124 CLEAPSS: The puddle chemist with a halo (b) REPEATED (193) Edith Morley Van Emden Lecture Theatre Curriculum focused dynamics practical uncovered (b) REPEATED (196) Knight 166 lab Representing everyone in science: Using STEM subjects to communicate diversity (203) Knight G6 lab Frontier science lecture: Addressing the energy challenge; the role of chemistry (427) Henley Business School G15 Lecture Theatre Ideas to enrich your science curriculum (194) Henley Business School G.03 Improving writing for GCSE 9-1 (190) Edith Morley 128 Pearson: your partner in science! (c) REPEATED (201) Edith Morley 301 Theory of HEC and class management (197) Edith Morley 175 UK - Japan: Young scientists researching together. Science as a cultural bridge (192) Edith Morley G74 What happens Next? Physics education experiments (202) Henley Business School G.04 OCR Sponsored refreshments, 12PM - 2PM (422) Edith Morley G44

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Girls Who Code (425) Knight Lecture Theatre Biology in the real world: eats, roots, soils and leaves - safe ways of observing microbes in natural materials (360) Chemistry Lecture Theatre G How well do A level students perform in practical related exam questions? Research findings and conclusions (b) REPEATED (256) Henley Business School G.04 PSQM and the New Ofsted Framework (247) Palmer 1.08 Beyond the crocodile clip (249) Palmer G.09 PC Suite Colour vision deficiency and STEM teaching (530) Edith Morley 128 Carbon footprint with Fuse School free videos for 11-16 curriculum (b) REPEATED (82b) Palmer G.10 Lecture Theatre Challenges of staff shortage(260) Edith Morley G44 Chemistry is fun! (250) Knight G6 lab Magic of chemical demonstrations (a) REPEATED (262) Edith Morley Van Emden Lecture Theatre Museum school for primary children (243) Palmer 1.05 Premier league primary stars primary science (252) Chemistry Lab G What lives in our waters? (251) Knight 166 lab Re-engaging the disengaged with song (261) Edith Morley G27 Frontier Science Lecture: Hormones made me do it (432) Henley Business School G15 Lecture Theatre Joined up thinking? KS2 and KS3 (255) Palmer 1.06 Let's talk about animals (248) Palmer 1.11 Primary school teachers and real world science (245) Palmer 1.09 Lecture Theatre Primary science homework; a pencil free approach (242) Henley Business School 102 Science! Fun? With purpose? (c) REPEATED (246) Palmer 1.07 Exploring science topics with virtual reality (VR) (254) Henley Business School 101 Remember the egg race? (259) Edith Morley G25 Progressing to be an engineer: how do KS1-2-3 pupils progress their skills within the boundaries of the National Curriculum? (253) CANCELLED Edith Morley G74 Talking Science Debate: What role should science play in preparing young people for their futures? (263) Palmer 1.02 Building a primary science curriculum for your school (244) Palmer 1.04
 
Saturday, January 11
 

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10:55am

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