- Irchester’s Experiments for the 8-12th June!
- Friday 22nd May, Lab_13 Birthday: Science Party Cake! What ingredients do we need?
- Thursday 21st May, Lab_13 Birthday: Science Party Music!
- Wednesday 20th May, Lab_13 Birthday: Science Party Games – in Space?
- Tuesday 19th May, Lab_13 Birthday: Science Party Hats – a competition!
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
You may have seen pieces from BBC education or in the TES about the use of ICT and websites in schools. There’s an interesting article on the BBC site (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12193773) that talks more about this and I thought it was … Continue reading
Dear all, this is just a quick post to confirm what many of you may have heard. Dovecote Lab_13 has a new member of staff, Bryson Gore. He is taking over from Emma who was the Scientist-in-Residence with a slightly … Continue reading
Thought you all might like to see the Nottingham Evening Post story on Dovecote’s Lab_13, and a special mention to Bowbridge and our Texas visitors too! http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/news/Inside-Lab_13-lab-makes-science-fun/article-3073444-detail/article.html
Article in Issue 12 of FutureLab’s Vision publication: The Future of Science Education by Professor John Holman (p.6-8). Baroness Susan Greenfield: ‘Children need time to experiment, to play around and get things wrong, to go up and down blind alleys’ … Continue reading
A short video on a project where young people grow and cook their own food: http://www.edibleschoolyard.org/video
Dear all – HNY here is a link to the Tinkering studio website at the Exploratorium in San Francisco.. http://tinkering.exploratorium.edu/ it has a list of activities, including marble runs, light play and painting, circuit boards; plus artists and other ideas. … Continue reading