Paul has been busy delivering training and conference sessions recently. In a particularly busy week he was in three different countries – including speaking at a STEM conference in Technopolis, the Flemish science centre.
learn differently had a successful week delivering shows as part of Engineers Week. A busy travel schedule took in Cork, Dublin and Kilkenny, with a few stops in between. Many thanks to our the organisers for a fun-, and engineering-, filled week.
National Science and Engineering week is nearly over and learn differently is busy making a reactionary mess in school halls across the country. Knockloughrim Primary was our kind host on Monday and have some photos of the event here.
learn differently are in the middle of a busy week at the Navan Centre, Armagh, as part of their science week celebrations. We’re demonstrating the wonderful world of Chemistry with experiments, explosions and thought provoking demonstrations.
This innovative course has been prepared through a partnership between the Belfast Education and Library Board, the National Science Learning Centre and learn differently. The importance of creating positive emotions in the science classroom has increasingly been recognised by researchers. This course will provide teachers with an overview of the key educational, psychological and neuroscience [...]
learn differently has been putting willing candidates through a series of ever-increasing challenges to identify only the very best communicators and is pleased to announce an addition to the team. Terence Finnegan has been working in formal and informal education settings for 6 years and is keen to build on his knowledge and experience with [...]
In between the showers, we’ve been busy adding to the menu of shows available over the Summer, and you can now find out about the exciting new shows available for each age group – FS / KS 1; KS 2; and KS 3. We have kept the show prices the same as last year, but [...]
We’re delighted to have been asked to be part of the team helping to train the local science communicators for the Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2012. This year’s festival will be even larger than the hugely-successful event organised last year, with even more science communicators involved. Find out more here.
Thanks to Discovering Queen’s we’re absolutely delighted to able to again offer an exciting and interactive experience for Year 8-10 pupils in the participating schools already contacted by Queen’s University. The free science shows can be used to engage your pupils and those from nearby schools. UPDATE – All the available sponsored forces have allocated. Keep your [...]
If you’re planning activities for your extended school scheme in 2012/13, why not include some after-school science enrichment for your pupils or an evening science show for the whole family? Find out more about these programmes and how to book here.