Address: Bayfordbury Campus,
University of Hertfordshire,
Bayfordbury,
SG13 8LD
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Engaging with primary STEM inset day Monday Jan 7, 2019 from 9:30AM to 3:30PM
Organised by: Neil RickusNeil Rickus Hosted by: CAS East of England
n.rickus@herts.ac.uk
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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence



Engaging with primary STEM inset day


Monday Jan 7, 2019 from 9:30AM to 3:30PM


Summary

Are you looking for inspiring teaching and learning ideas in STEM subjects? Why not come along to the University of Hertfordshire and join us for an inset day with a difference? During the day, you will find out about best practice, share ideas and have the opportunity to network with teachers from other schools. With a wide choice of interactive workshops (including science, computing, maths and D&T), each participant can tailor the day to suit their individual interests and will return with a wealth of different ideas to share back in school.
For full programme details please contact us on STEM@herts.ac.uk

Outcomes

Please see specific entries for exact outcomes for the conference you are interested in, there will be the opportunity to:
- discuss current good practice in primary science
- recognise your own good practice, and identify areas for development
- reflect on ways to translate ideas to your school context, and plan for action


Notes

Prices from £65 + VAT. Head teachers - 1 free place for every 5 staff members attending from the same school. Lunch and refreshments provided.

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n.rickus@herts.ac.uk

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For further information: Centre for STEM Education - STEM@herts.ac.uk

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