Oh my goodness, Dr Jo has won an award!

I was absolutely delighted to win the STE(A)M Education Blog Award at last week’s @NexusEd #NexusAwards2020 for my post on where to find help and support for teaching primary science

In 2019, Nexus Education asked me to write a guest blog post for them on primary science. Inspired by a keynote lecture I gave at a Science Learning Partnership Primary Science conference last summer, I decided to consolidate my thoughts and suggestions for primary science coordinators and primary teachers on where to go for resources for planning, teaching and assessing primary science. It’s a bumper post signposting useful organisations, websites, resources, ideas and individuals.

Teachers are busy people. I like helping people. Especially fellow teachers. I’m honoured that this blog post was so well received and is offering help and advice, and I’m even more delighted to have won an award for it. Thank you so much Nexus Education.

You can watch the awards ceremony here (I’m on just before 1:16:00)

You can read the original post here: https://www.nexus-education.com/find-help-support-primary-science/

As educators, there’s always more to learn and I’ve been busy collating further ideas and suggestions so watch this space for an update coming soon!

#PrimaryScience #STEM #STEAM #primaryschoolscience #primaryschoolscienceworkshop #scienceteacher #primaryteacher #scienceeducation #STEMed #STEMeducation #UKedChat #DrJo #DrJoScience #BeCurious #teachersfollowteachers #NexusEd #NexusAwards2020 #sharingiscaring

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