ESERO Ireland, CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory and Junior Cycle for Teachers present the third edition of the ESERO Ireland Space Education Conference. This popular event for Junior Cycle science teachers which ran in 2018 and 2019 and is now coming to you as a livestream.
Running as part of Space Week with the support of Science Foundation Ireland, this conference aims to support the teaching and learning of the Junior Cycle Earth and Space strand with inspiring and practical approaches to teaching science.
The focus will be on ESA’s Climate Detectives Project which promotes student-centred inquiry about climate and environmental issues. Climate Detectives challenges students to identify a climate problem by observing their local environment and investigate it as ‘Climate Detectives’
The half-day conference will be a mix of online talks and interaction with our invited experts in the fields of climate change and space education.
To receive a notification of the confirmed programme and an invitation to join, simply fill out the form on the Space Week Website.
When: September 26th 2020 10 am – 2 pm* (Provisional. Subject to change)