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RSC Education At ASE 2012

cb82a44c89ad98fc970ba085a5f725d9-original-2ase-2012-a4flyer-1.jpgThe Royal Society of Chemistry Education team will be making a splash at January's Association for Science Education (ASE) conference and exhibition, in Liverpool.

Come and see RSC teacher fellows and members of RSC's Education team at ASE 2012. We'll be hosting practical workshops, presentations, and a demonstration lecture, and we'll be launching our new LearnChemistry site, all at ASE.

To whet your appetite, here's a list of all RSC-hosted events at ASE 2012. For more information, email education@rsc.org. Throughout the ASE event we'll be at stand B28. I'll update this post with links to event and conference site maps in due course.

UPDATE (06/12/11): I've added a small campus map, below. The Red buildings denote the registration area and exhibition hall. The orange oval describes the Chemistry building and the purple oval describes the Chadwick Tower, both locations for our events outside the exhibition hall. I've also attached a high-res campus map PDF.

UPDATE (16/12/11): We earlier neglected to include the date and time of Saturday's big chemistry demonstration, now added.



RSC Events at the ASE Annual Conference 2012
 
Thursday 5 January
Practical workshop – getting to grips with quantitative chemistryebb80f72349b9d3d945ecf47d57e4acd-original-handbook-cover-and-campus-map-tbu-05-12-11---sml2.jpg

Dr David Everett, RSC Consultant
Dr Kay Stephenson, RSC Consultant
09.30 - 11.30  Chemistry, Schools lab 2
 
Embedding RSC Chemistry careers materials in science lessons
Dr Robert Bowles, Schools and Colleges Specialist, RSC
11.30 - 12.30  Chadwick, CTC2

Practical workshop - Redox and Electrode Potentials
Dr David Everett, RSC Consultant
Dr Kay Stephenson, RSC Consultant
14.00 - 16.00  Chemistry, Schools lab 2
 
E-Learning
Dr Lorna Thomson, Programme Manager Education Resources, RSC
16.00 - 17.00  Chadwick, CTC2
 
Friday 6 January
Practical workshop – getting to grips with quantitative chemistry
Dr David Everett, RSC Consultant
Dr Kay Stephenson, RSC Consultant
09.30 - 11.30  Chemistry, Schools lab 2
 
E-Learning
Dr Lorna Thomson, Programme Manager Education Resources, RSC
11.30 - 12.30  Chadwick, CTC2
 
Practical workshop - Redox and Electrode Potentials
Dr David Everett, RSC Consultant
Dr Kay Stephenson, RSC Consultant
14.00 - 16.00  Chemistry, Schools lab 2
 
Embedding RSC Chemistry careers materials in science lessons
Dr Robert Bowles, Schools and Colleges Specialist, RSC
16.00 - 17.00  Chadwick, CTC2
 
LearnChemistry Reception
RSC stand
16.30-18.00      
 
Saturday 7 January
Demonstration lecture:
POPular colourful demos that will leave you bursting with ideas!

Dr Catherine Smith, RSC Teacher Fellow, University of Leicester
Mr Declan Fleming, ex-RSC Teacher Fellow, University of Bath
Mrs Anne Willis ex-RSC Teacher Fellow, Northumbria University
Dr Peter Hoare ex-RSC Teacher Fellow, Newcastle University

11.30 -12.30  Gossage Lecture Theatre

Saturday 7 January – Open conference
Education in Chemistry magazine – find out what we can do for you
Karen J. Ogilvie, Editor, Education in Chemistry, RSC
12.50 – 13.05  Open conference session, Exhibition Marquee
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Posted by Duncan McMillan on Dec 5, 2011 4:47 PM Europe/London

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