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ASE Futures Group: ITT Day Conference
Tue 9 May 2017, 10:00 – 15:30 BST
This is a meeting for all those involved in pre-service science teacher development organised by the ASE Futures Group.
An opportunity to share ideas on activities and approaches to:
- developing PCK and SK in science
- supporting practical work in science
- outdoor learning in science
- recent course developments or innovations
If you have suggestions for agenda items , would like to share your research work or would like to make a contribution to the ITT meet please contact Chair of the ASE Future Group, Helen Gourlay (Helen.Gourlay@brunel.ac.uk). In last year's meeting, we had a discussion item about recruitment and retention, for example.
About the ASE Futures Group
Group Mission: Leading Professional Development in Science Education
This expert group provides support for initial teachers’ education and teachers’ continuing professional development, fostering high quality professional learning for future generations of science teachers at all levels of education. This is achieved through the committee's activities including publishing the Science Teacher Education (STE) journal, the Specialist Leaders Conference, further day conferences, and responses to government consultations.
Why join the Futures Group? The Futures Group sits on the cutting edge of research, policy and practice within science education. In order to further our mission, we need people like you who have the drive and determination to improve current practice and to shape the future of science education. Find out more
The ASE Futures Group was formerly known as the Association of Tutors in Science Education (ATSE) and National Advisers and Inspectors Group for Science (NAIGS). These groups formally amalgamated in June 2016.