ISE webinars: Innovating your science class with ISE scenarios and tools

This ISE webinar series has been designed as a practical way to help you as a teacher introduce innovative teaching practices into your science class. Each month you will be introduced to a new scenario that you can use in your class and provided with the links and background knowledge that you need to make the most out of it. These webinars are live events and so during the webinar you are welcome to put forward your own questions and ideas, you don’t need any special software to take part, just a connection to the Internet. Each webinar lasts for just one hour and best of all, they are free and open to all teachers – all you have to do is to register to book your place.

Past webinars

Date Topic Speaker
Tuesday 12 July - 16:00 CEST NASA Kepler Mission Alan Gould, UC Berkeley, USA
Wednesday 22 June - 16:00 CEST Light pollution scenario Dr Rosa Doran, Nuclio, Portugal
Wednesday 25 May - 16:00 CEST ISE Observing Challenge Dr. Chris North, Cardiff University, UK