Presentation on theme: "The National Science Learning Centre is managed by the White Rose Consortium Universities of Leeds, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam and York."— Presentation transcript:
The National Science Learning Centre is managed by the White Rose Consortium Universities of Leeds, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam and York
The Science Learning Centres National Centre: £25 million from the Wellcome Trust. To be at York, run by the White Rose Consortium universities of Leeds, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam and York. Funding for 10 years – 5 years minimum. Regional Centres: £26 million from the DfES. Nine Regional Centres for England. Funding for 5 years.
The National Network of Science Learning Centres North East Framwellgate School Durham National Centre University of York Yorkshire and Humber Sheffield Hallam University East Midlands University of Leicester East of England University of Hertfordshire London Institute of Education South East University of Southampton North West Manchester Metropolitan University West Midlands Keele University South 3 of 10
Who are the Centres for? Secondary science teachers Secondary heads of science Primary science teachers Primary science coordinators Further Education tutors Science technicians Other support staff in the science classroom Citizenship teachers
A network of Science Learning Centres Continuing Professional Development for science teachers with: A common brand and marketing Assured quality standards A common web portal
Central Portal Regional Portlet
Customer Management Content Repository Personal Portal Personal Workspace Personal Profile authentication Diagnostic Framework Regional Channels Regional Channels Communication & Collaboration Registration Links Course Directory Communities News & Events Research base Resources Good Practice Public Portal CPD planner Reflective journal Evidence tracking Assessment record ePortfolio Learning Management Support Materials On-line Courses Assignment upload Tutor & peer support