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Thursday, June 6
 

12:00pm

12:15pm

1:15pm

2:00pm

Drama as a formative assessment tool in primary science TintoLIMITEDDavid Allen Effective primary science: What does the academic research tell us? PentlandLIMITEDJane Turner • Clare Warren Working scientifically with WOW moments MoorfootLIMITEDSue Luke • Sally Hardman Creative approaches to "Working Scientifically" in the primary classroom Ochil 2FULLDebbie Eccles Developing talk and explanation skills in Science Harris 1LIMITEDJo Moore Explore, Engage, Extend KilsythLIMITEDTracy Tyrrell Getting Hands-on in Your Classroom - Using the Scientific Method Harris 2LIMITEDNicola Stock • Jayne Quoiani Let’s Go! Taking children on a STEM Trail Cromdale HallLIMITEDJeannette Morgan Magnificent Moths: Creative approaches to understanding natural selection and population change, using models and scaffolds to support learning Carrick 2LIMITEDClarysly Deller Old Ways, New Ways: Australian Aboriginal tool-making Ochil 1LIMITEDJason Barrow • Caroline Bishop • Magdalena Wajrak Science is all around Ochil 3FULLMike Hargreaves Scotland's National Primary Cluster Programme in Science and Technology: Impact on Learning and Teaching Carrick 1LIMITEDAlastair MacGregor • Nicola Connor • Kath Crawford • Kevin Lowden • Stuart Hall TAPS: making a lasting whole school impact SidlawLIMITEDDerek Bell • Dr Sarah Earle • Pauline Rodger • Elaine Stockdale The Importance of Engaging Children in Real Scientific Research FintryLIMITEDSue Martin • Jo Cox • Dudley Shallcross • Paul Tyler

3:45pm

Two for One! This session will include two half hour talks FintryLIMITEDMatt Larsen-Daw • Fran LONG Seize the Day! Making the most of pre-service teachers’ experience of primary science within an initial teacher education programme. Ochil 3LIMITEDAndrea Doherty • John McCullagh The 'Brian Cox School Experiments' - Using the Royal Society's resource PentlandLIMITEDJo Cox Developing your science pedagogy through the national model of professional learning Ochil 2LIMITEDAlison Weatherston • Lise McCaffery Discover the natural world: bringing biology into the classroom Ochil 1LIMITEDJoe Burton Looking For Learning: a way to promote peer assessment using short self-made films Carrick 2LIMITEDRobin James Playground Science - Enabling child-led enquiry at breaktimes MoorfootLIMITEDTom Holloway SSERC and CLEAPSS Primary Practical Workshop Cromdale HallLIMITEDJason Harding • Maria Pack • Georgie Parker • Hayley Sherrard Standing on the Shoulders of Giants TintoLIMITEDAlison Trew • Alex Sinclair TAPS: supporting progression by focusing on science skills Harris 1LIMITEDHeather White • Dr Sarah Earle • Neil McAllister Writing science KilsythLIMITEDRuth Shallcross Effective primary science subject leadership SidlawLIMITEDJane Turner • Clare Warren • Derek Bell • Julia Burger Outdoor learning Harris 2LIMITEDDr Katherine Forsey • Nicky Collins • Jeannette Morgan • Leigh Hoath Reviewing your practice from different perspectives Carrick 1LIMITEDKendra McMahon • Clarysly Deller • Sarah Frodsham

5:00pm

7:00pm

 
Friday, June 7
 

9:00am

11:15am

Early years and creativity FintryLIMITEDEsme Glauert The brain and learning: what do teaching professionals really need to know? Carrick 1LIMITEDKendra McMahon • Alison Lee Towards developing a model to address the crisis of teaching and learning in science in South African schools Ochil 3LIMITEDShaheed Hartley Exploring Chemistry in SEND Schools Cromdale HallLIMITEDDr Sarah Bearchell Fairytales where problems are not solved by magic but by physics experiments KilsythFULLJitka Houfková Science through insects: beyond the bug hunt Carrick 2LIMITEDLUKE TILLEY Smelly Science Ochil 1FULLTim Harrison SunSpaceArt - inspiring children and igniting their scientific curiosity Ochil 2LIMITEDDr Helen E. Mason • Helen Schell Tailoring science learning to be suitable to the additional support needs of children with learning difficulties MoorfootLIMITEDSinead Rhodes The ASE PLAN resources Harris 1LIMITEDNaomi Hiscock Two for One! This session will include two half hour workshops Harris 2LIMITEDNaomi Shallcross • Kathy Schofield • Michele Grimshaw Two for One! This session will include two half hour workshops Carrick 3LIMITEDAnthony Artist • Ana Paula Bossler • Pedro Zany Caldeira Children's Scientific Questioning - are we nearly there yet TintoLIMITEDSue Luke • Dr Amy Bonsall • Dr Lynne Bianchi • Bryony Turford • Louise Bousfield Primary science capital: a whole school teaching approach SidlawLIMITEDLouise Stubberfield • Louise Archer • Ruth Shallcross • Paul Tyler

12:30pm

1:30pm

3:30pm

5:00pm

7:00pm

 
Saturday, June 8
 

9:00am

10:15am

12:00pm

1:15pm

2:00pm