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ASE welcomes fellow I SEE Strategic Partners to its Annual Conference

The Association for Science Education (ASE) is delighted to host our fellow Strategic Partners of the I SEE project at our Annual Conference; the largest science education professional development conference in Europe, which is hosted this year by the University of Birmingham. Over two days, 9 and 10 January, I SEE team members, teachers, teacher […]

I SEE English Multiplier Event in Birmingham

This I SEE National Multiplier Event is a major contribution to the Annual Conference of Strategic Partner, The Association For Science Education, which is hosted this year by the University of Birmingham https://www.ase.org.uk/annual-conference Join I SEE team members from all our Strategic Partner organisations for workshop on Thursday 10 January 2019 which introduces our project, […]

I SEE International Multiplier Event at ASE Conference, Birmingham

This I SEE International Multiplier Event is a major contribution to the Annual Conference of Strategic Partner, The Association For Science Education, which is hosted this year by the University of Birmingham (https://www.ase.org.uk/annual-conference) Join I SEE team members from all our Strategic Partner organizations for a series of workshops on Wednesday 9 January 2019 which introduces […]

I SEE at the 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS)

From the 24th to the 27th of June, the 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) took take place in London (UK) at UCL Institute of Education and within the London Festival of Learning, which united three separate academic conferences – ICLS, AIED and L@S – and the EDUCATE Showcase. During the meeting, Giulia […]

I SEE Finnish Multiplier Event in Tampere

The Finnish national multiplier event took place at the University of Tampere on June 5th. The event attracted altogether 56 participants, including science teachers and principals from all educational levels, curriculum developers and other representatives of Finnish educational administration. The programme consisted of three presentations and two workshops with group discussions. I SEE researchers Antti […]

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