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Thursday, June 6 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Getting Hands-on in Your Classroom - Using the Scientific Method LIMITED
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Ready to open a can of worms? Pupils are engaged and motivated when they are involved in planning their own experiments. This hands-on workshop will improve your confidence in using and teaching the scientific method. You will create and carry out your own unique experiment using earthworms with support from Jayne and Nicola who work at the University of Edinburgh's Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre. Every participant will receive a bag of resources to take back to their classroom that includes materials and activity guides to support hands-on activities that explore the scientific method and animal welfare. 

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Nicola Stock

Public Engagement Officer, The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh
I am the Public Engagement Officer at The Roslin Institute and Project Lead for The Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre (EBSOC). My job is to lead on public engagement with research activities at The Roslin Institute and I am delighted to have EBSOC up and running after almost four... Read More →
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Jayne Quoiani

Education Officer, Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre
I am the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre’s Education Officer. My job is to develop and deliver workshops and activities that are curriculum linked and explain current scientific research for our programmes for schools, young people, families and the public. I have a background... Read More →