It’s been a busy couple of weeks on the road for the Talk Science team with teacher courses in Bristol and Edinburgh. Our trip to Scotland saw the Talk Science attendance record shattered with 26 teachers making their way to Our Dynamic Earth for the course.
Talk Science course
A big thank you to everyone who came along to the courses we had a great time working with you. Don’t forget if you try out any of the ideas from the day we love to hear how it went so drop us a line at email@example.com
Feel like you have missed out? Well for anyone who couldn’t make it on the day we have courses happening all around the UK in the next couple of months click here for dates. Due to extra demand we have added a course in Glasgow on 18th March but you will have to be quick as there are only a few places remaining. Click here to book a place.
We will be back later this week to bring you some more great ideas for classroom discussion.
Is your New year’s resolution to brush up your classroom discussion running skills? If so help is at hand!
The Talk Science team will be running their teacher training course at venues across the UK in 2010. We will be sharing our top tips on getting your students talking about hot science topics in our one day teachers course packed with ideas and resources to hook your students into a great science discussion (and we guarentee its more fun and less difficult than all those other resolutions to loose weight, give up chocolate, run a marathon etc.) Here’s what one teacher in York thought about the course:
‘The course gave me lots of ideas, and was delivered in a fun and interesting way. It has inspired me to run more discussion lessons in the future.’
The course takes place on the following dates:
21st January – Bristol
28th January – Edinburgh
24th February – Nottingham
18th March – Glasgow
25th March – London
27th May – Birmingham
10th June – Belfast
15th June – London
17th June – Manchester
24th June – Cardiff
1st July – Norwich
6th July – London
13th July – London
The course is free and is supported by BP as part of the Enterprising Science project. Click here to register for a course.
The Science Museum learning team will be at the ASE conference in Nottingham on the 7th, 8th and 9th january 2010.
We are delivering a number of sessions including a taster session of the Talk Science training course, and our classroom activity News+Views which lets students create Museum style displays on a contemporary science topic.
The full line up includes:
Thurs 7th Jan
1400-1600 News and Views: Create a Mini Contemporary Science Exhibition BC16 Biology B39
Don’t forget to stop by our stand F14 in the marketplace where you try out some of our free online resources, chat with our friendly staff and even get your very own CO2 bubble to carry round with you. See you there!
“I think it was one of the best courses I have been on in the course of my professional, I think that it was a fantastic course. ”
That’s what a teacher who attended our course in Birmingham earlier this year thought about our one day teacher training course.
Come an join us in Newcastle on 25th November as we share the Science Museum’s tools and techniques for running great discussions in the classroom. We look at new apporaches to teaching How Science Works and loads fo ideas that work across all science topics.
Places are free and there are only a few remaining so book now by calling 020 7401 4040 and don’t forget to mention where you read about it.
On 13th October the Science Museum is opening its doors after hours exclusively for teachers.
You’ll be able to take in a science show, get creative in a workshop or test your science knowledge in the Lates pub quiz. Get hands on in the Launchpad gallery, relax and chat with the Learning team and discover the opportunities on offer for students and teachers across all Key Stages.
As part of the evening you will be able to find out more about the Talk Science Project, we run training courses across the UK for secondary science teacher about running a great classroom discussion. On the night you can take part in our Mystery Boxes activity and be among the first people to try out out new website http://www.talkscience.org.uk.
There’ll be a free drink for the first 500 teachers and a cash bar throughout the evening.