Space Champions launch online sessions

Space Champions, supported by ESERO-UK and the UK Space Agency, are now delivering online sessions for teachers and technicians; using space as a context in teaching with space-themed experiments and linking to featured resources. 

 

Regional deliverers of space-related training have launched workshops exploring how to use space as a context in teaching, the different ESA education programmes on offer and how to get recognition through the Space Education Quality Mark. They will guide educators through the resources and tools available and how to run space-related experiments for students. 

 

Recently launched online sessions include:

28, 29 May and 3 June - Bryony Turford, from Primary Science Geeks, is running a session just for primary teachers. Supporting teachers to reflect on their schools' long term planning for science. Exploring a range of topics taught in primary schools, from materials to forces, plants to chemistry, there is something there for every age and topic.

 

26 May - The Royal Astronomical Society’s Sheila Kanani will be delivering a one-hour session, for all levels of teachers and technicians, showcasing current activities and free resources available that can be used in the classroom and beyond. Areas covered but not limited to, include:

  • Primary level ‘earth and space’, literacy, numeracy and ‘how science works’
  • Secondary level biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, geography and design and technology
Using space as a context for your teaching
 
 

Every Monday and Friday - Jo Richardson, from Space Detectives, is running workshops on Facebook every Monday and Friday, with different topics and each session is aimed at different age groups. She posts links to her session on her page. 

Space Detectives Facebook Page
 

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