EVENT
Jan
09
Dates
Thursday 9th January–Saturday 11th January 2020
Venue
University of Reading, Whiteknights Campus, RG6 6UR
Stand
CS10

Europe’s largest science education conference returns to University of Reading’s Whiteknights Campus and promises to deliver the usual high quality CPD programme for everyone involved in science teaching and learning. With over 450 sessions and 2,000 delegates, The Association for Science Education’s annual conference enables everyone to focus on their school’s priorities, develop personal subject knowledge and learn from other teachers and educators.

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We’re excited to reveal the details of our workshops we’re hosting at ASE below, as well as share that NaRiKa Corporation (the founders of the best-selling Genecon hand generator) will also be exhibiting at the ASE Conference and holding engaging physics workshops. Be sure to visit their stand: AS2.


SciChem Workshops

Get Up Close and Experience Quantum Levitation

Date
Thursday 9th January 11:00–12:00
Speaker
Karl Fairbank, Head of Product at SciChem
Location
Hopkins G06 Lab

See liquid nitrogen cooled superconductors and a MAGLEV track combine to produce a truly spectacular demonstration suitable for secondary science and beyond.

Embedding Engaging, Interactive and Wireless Data Logging Technology Into Your Secondary Science Practical (STEM Focus)

Date
Friday 10th January 12:30–13:30
Speaker
Rebecca Brooks, Sales Manager, England and Wales at SciChem
Location
Chemistry Lab 1

A practical session showcasing the benefits of bringing PASCO wireless data logging technologies into your science classroom. Experience innovative ways for students to get hands-on with otherwise traditionally demonstrated practical.

The focus will be on measuring and recording temperature, pH, velocity, pressure and CO2 as well as using wireless light gates to create meaningful data in line with UK science curriculum requirements.


NaRiKa Workshops

Curriculum Focused Dynamics Practical Uncovered

Dates
Thursday 9th January 15:00–16:00
Friday 10th January 12:00–13:00
Speakers
Yuji Kikuta, R & D Engineer at NaRiKa
Michal Marcik, International Business Manager at NaRiKa
Location
Knight 166 Lab

This session will investigate harmonic motion of a pendulum and g by free fall using light gates as well as demonstrating experiments with momentum, collision, Newton’s second law and others with the use of various pieces of simple equipment.

Curriculum Focused Electricity Practical Uncovered

Dates
Thursday 9th January 17:00–18:00
Friday 10th January 09:00–10:00
Speakers
Yuji Kikuta, R & D Engineer at NaRiKa
Michal Marcik, International Business Manager at NaRiKa
Location
Knight 166 Lab

We will look into current and static electricity generation with a hand-held DC generator and hand-held static generator. From basic experiments with electromagnetism and the principle of electric motors to energy transfers, energy efficiency, types of circuits and others using a comprehensive system of hand-held DC generator with a full range of accessories.

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