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#YorkTU

On Monday I made the trip to York to go to the science teach meet hosted by the University of York Science Education Group (UYSEG). It’s been an annual event since 2012. This year is the first year I’ve been … Continue reading

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Moving on

I’m done. Just finished my 8th year in the school I’ve worked at since my NQT year. I’m moving on from a large 11-18 school to a large sixth form college. I’m partly feeling like I’ve failed at being a … Continue reading

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Delusions of Gender and my physics classroom (part 1)

Mostly this is a book review of my Easter holiday read: Delusions of Gender: the real science behind sex differences by Cordelia Fine. I’m interested in gender issues generally and have had this near the top of my to read … Continue reading

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The ASE North Conference 2015

My first ASE conference! And only my second education conference in 7 years of teaching (Northern Rocks last June my first). I loved it. Met many lovely people, heard some interesting and informative talks and have come away with lots … Continue reading

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I love books. <3

I love books. Really love books. This is my¬†sciencey/education book shelves. I’ve just moved house and there are still some books packed away. My main university text is missing from my shelves¬†(University Physics: Young and Freedman). As well as some … Continue reading

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