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Sharing Biology Education Research

Members of the Biology Education research Group (BERG) are active researchers with a broad range of interests spanning education research in schools, colleges and higher education institutions. The group will be sharing some of their research as part of a day of talks at the Association for Science Education (ASE) annual conference in January.


BERG Talks at the 2018 ASE conference (4 January 2018)

10:00 Brain science in schools

10:30 So where are we with STEM?

11:30 Darwin and the Arts

12:00 Can a robot hear?

13:30 What's nature got to do with it?

14:00 Are field ecologists barking up the wrong tree?

14:30 Towards Transition-Driven Civic Science

15:00 What's the point of protecting biodiversity?

15:30 Early Years pictorial fiction books and learning science. Identifying the potential for an emerging biology


Listings for all BERG talks on the ASE 2018 conference site can be seen here.


Summaries of the talks and links to presentation materials will be uploaded after the conference.

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