The aim of Science Week (November 9th - 16th) is to promote the relevance of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in our everyday lives and to demonstrate their importance to the future development of Irish society and to the economy.
SciFest National Finals 2014 are on Friday 7th November in Marino Conference Centre, Griffith Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9. By invitation only.
The Monaghan branch will host a "Preparing Students for Coursework B" workshop on Wednesday 5th November in The Royal School, Cavan at 7.30pm. This is a members only event.
Dublin Branch will host its annual night for PDE Students & Newly Qualified Teachers on Wednesday 5th November at 7pm in Sandford College Ranelagh. Registration, tea, coffee and sandwiches from 6.30pm!
Are you a science enthusiast? Would you like to bring science to the streets, parks and fields of Ireland?
Wednesday, 15th October, 7:30pm, Eureka Centre, UCC.
Please note that the meeting below has been cancelled to abide by the ASTI and TUI directives.
Yvonne Higgins, ISTA Rep on the NCCA Junior Cycle Science development group, will give a presentation on the new Junior Cycle Science subject specification, on Tuesday, 4th November from 7-9pm. The JC Science subject specification is due to open for consultation on the 25th September, and will be available for viewing on the NCCA website after that date,
Presentation on Light and Sound with over 30 demonstrations of key concepts.
Date: Wednesday, October 8th
Venue: Blackrock College
Whether you’re a beginner or an expert there will be something new to learn. All members are welcome.
The Monaghan Branch are hosting a Junior Certificate Science "Magic Demonstration" presented by Mr. John Daly on Wednseday 8th October at 7:30pm in Loreto College, Cavan. A "materials pack" of bits and pieces will be presented to the first 15 teachers who register for this event.