Glow TV events:
Ask the Expert – Neil Kermode 11 March 10.30 http://bit.ly/1g9zh90
As part of the Get Energised with the ScottishPower Foundation project, this series of broadcasts from the National Museum of Scotland will help N4/5 students in STEM subjects to learn more about renewables in Scotland. Hear from leading experts in the field and ask them about their work.
Past papers identified by Education Scotland and SQA as appropriate for N5 Biology have been collated and shared by Invergordon Academy. These are posted on the Sciences Glow 365 site.
Geneious software suitable for case studies, a free download suitable for case studies in the Genome key area of DNA and the Genome unit at cfe Higher Biology is available from.
A free online Environmental Studies textbook, Earth’s Dynamic Systems is available at http://earthds.info/ particularly good for Geosphere, Hydrosphere etc.
Dave Edwards from the Open University asked Education Scotland to publicise this MOOC.
The OU’s free Moons MOOC is at; https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/moons and I am gearing up to facilitate some of the discussion. It starts on 17 March.
We envisage it taking around 3 hours per week, for the eight week presentation.
Aberdeen Biodiversity Centre have a S1-3 poster competition running currently, copies can be downloaded from their website under secondary education – ttp://www.abdn.ac.uk/biodiversity/education/secondary/cfe-support/