Glow Meet with Tom Renwick – Monday 12 March at 2 pm
Education Scotland will be hosting a Glow Meet with a difference with Tom Renwick from Maths on Track. Aimed at third level and suitable for S1, S2 and S3 pupils, this live transmission from the Medical School at Glasgow University, will examine the percentage calculations required to confirm units of alcohol, given the volume and alcoholic strength of the liquid.
Please note that cans of beer, as well as bottles of wine and spirits, will be used as examples of numeracy in the context of everyday materials.
Colleagues from the Medical School will be on hand to help explain the effects of units of alcohol on the body.
The lesson will last about 45 minutes and be available shortly after on Watch Again TV. You will need a Glow login to view this event.
Join us on GlowTV on Thursday 8 March @ 1.45 pm
“That’s women’s work!” “You’ll need a man to do that job!”
To mark International Women’s Day, join us in challenging the stereotypes and assumptions that young people may have when considering subject choices and subsequent career paths by participating in a Glow TV event aimed at P6-P7 pupils. Sign up here
With a little over 2 months to go until the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay starts its journey across the UK, the London 2012 Olympic Torch will make a special visit to Bruntsfield Primary School, Edinburgh on Friday 9th March and you are invited to join us via GlowTV to see the stunning Torch design for yourself!
Bank of Scotland, the Presenting Partner for Scotland of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay, will be bringing the Torch to the school for a special assembly and interactive quiz which you can take part in too!
During the event pupils will learn more about the history of the Olympic Torch, plans for the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay and how they and their school can get involved when the Flame passes through their community this June.
Schools that register for Bank of Scotland National School Sport Week, delivered in partnership with sportscotland – the national agency for sport, will receive resources on how to become ‘Flame Followers’ including ideas for how to plan your own Olympic Torch celebrations. For more information and to register for Flame Followers and Bank of Scotland National School Sport Week, taking place 11-15 June 2012, visit www.schoolsportweekscotland.org
Material to support the facilitation of a NAR Familiarisation CPD can be found HERE.
The material comprises: Facilitator Notes; Worksheet; and PowerPoint. It is designed for a hands-on session of around an hour and twenty minutes, and seeks to introduce colleagues to the NAR user interface, and to allow participants to explore ways in which NAR can support their practice.
Work is on-going on a second session which introduces additional features, such as the upload facility.
The documents are in Word and PowerPoint format to allow facilitators to customise the material to meet the needs of their group. The PowerPoint has been saved in compatability mode in order to allow the widest possible access to this material.
If you’re working with the new STEM Central context on Bioengineering then the timing of this new BBC News Bionic Bodies series couldn’t be better. The first activity is a drag and drop to explore the possibilities for bionic arms, legs, ears, heart and even brains.