When: Wednesday 14th November, 8:45am – 9:45am
Where: L3, Level 2 to the left of the registration/foyer area, down the hallway and through the doors on the right
Science education in schools and of the public is so important in this day and age so how do we effectively educate our children and the general public. Hear from our speakers who are working on ways to get science to the people.
The session is structured into four 10-minute talks and will wrap-up with a 20-minute Q&A for delegates questions and comments.
The session will include the following talks:
- Using smartphones to turn students into scientists – Michael Kasumovic
- Students blogging science: A case study that measures the effectiveness of communicating science to public audiences – Susan Rauch
- Kickstart Science – Tom Gordon
- Little Bang – Bright Sparks: Delivering a national priority through local collaboration – Adam Selinger