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Science Gallery Exhibition - Strange Weather

The latest exhibition at the Science Gallery called STRANGE WEATHER opens to the public on Friday 18th July. Have a go at forecasting the weather, create your own micro-climates and learn just how predictable the future of weather is.


YSI

Young Social Innovators are recruiting a full time Training and Education Officer.


Deirfiúracha na hEolaíochta

Deirfiúracha na hEolaíochta is a new four part Irish language series on RTÉ which explores the stories of four pioneering Irish women who helped shape the world of science.


Light a beacon for Climate Change photography competition - win a mini iPad

European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, Máire Geoghegan-Quinn launched the campaign with the video message explaining the importance of climate change research in Horizon 2020 and inviting everyone to light a beacon.


Innovative Educational Package: Innovation in Medicines

A summer workshop for teachers will be held in the SSPC for a week. Expenses will be covered  and you will get access to all materials developed. More info on this link http://www.sspc.ie/innovative_education_practice_workshop 


Collaborative Assessment Alliance

The NCCA are inviting Science teachers to take part in a project to investigate and research assessment using collaborative models. Assessment and Teaching of 21st-Century Skills (ATC21S)


The Hyland Report

A hard copy of the Hyland Report (The design of Leaving Certificate science syllabi in Ireland: an international comparison) at your local Branch meetings.
A report from a meeting held with NCCA on Friday 25th April will be available to members in the next issue of SCIENCE due out in May.


SCIENTIX

SCIENTIX – the community for science education in Europe – was created to facilitate regular dissemination and sharing of know-how and best practices in science education across the European Union. Check out the New SCIENTIX blog page!


SCIENCE SPIN

Science Spin is a free on-line digital magazine for all scientists. 'Break the code and stay on the conveyor belt' by Fergus McAuliffe.


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