University of Brighton's STEMSussex are able to provide a series of free networking events to teachers across Sussex starting in March. With a focus on STEM and STEAM subjects and teaching, teachers are invited to take part in a wide range of activities; from exhibitions on artist's response to light, historic telescope tours, to computer coding. Find details below, pick one or decide to attend all...
Working in partnership with Artswork and Towner Gallery, STEMSussex invites teachers to join them 21 March to consider ways of teaching tradition STEM subjects in creative ways. Take a tour round the Towner Gallery exhibition 'A Certain Kind of Light' and participate in a hands-on workshop to help you consider the science behind light and how to teach in interesting and inspiring ways.
Join STEMSussex at the Observatory Science Centre on the 28 March for a tour of the historic telescopes and a demonstration of how to teach students about the ablation of external surfaces on the re-entry of a space module using chocolate, polystyrene flower foam and a blowtorch!
Join STEMSussex at The University of Brighton: Hastings Campus on the 10 May to consider different ways of bringing coding to your lessons and make coding lessons easier by participating in two workshops. See how new hardware can support students in writing code correctly and see how it can be used to teach a robot how to dance!
If you have any questions about the above events, please contact Rachel Day via email on: firstname.lastname@example.org