Friday, January 11 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
How You and Your Students Can Contribute to Scientific Research (37)

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Find out how you can do research with your students which improves attainment and aspiration. Institute for Research in Schools projects discussed will include MELT, Genome Decoders, Higgs Hunters, Ionic Liquids, Vertigo, CERN@school and Well World.


Vivienne Bates

Tapton School

Emma Crisell

Richard Taylor Primary School
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Jackie Flaherty

National Teaching & Learning Lead, The Ogden Trust
Physics CPD (primary and secondary)Student Ambassador schemesSpace Camps (primary)

Samantha Goodfellow

Simon Langton Girls' Grammar School

Megan Greet

Eastbury Community School

Darren Harman

Sir Robert Woodard Academy

Nick Harris

Tapton School

Colin Inglis

Boroughbridge High School

Fern Langran-Goldsmith

The Camden School for Girls
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Ed Little

Head of Physics, Mark Rutherford School

Andrew McDonald

Teacher of Physics, Stirling High School
Stirling High School is a state high school for 11- to 18-year-olds run by Stirling Council in Stirling, Scotland. Have an academic background in earth science research and an interest in space science. Using both of these to promote extra-curricular insights to develop STEM skills... Read More →
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Becky Parker

Director, Institute for Research in Schools
Join us when ten teachers share with you what they are doing with the Institute for Research in Schools at 2pm on Friday 11th Jan.I've taught for many years and found huge interest in STEM when students could contribute to authentic research. We set up the Institute for Research... Read More →

Friday January 11, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Muirhead G15