Across the divide

a toolkit for final year public engagement projects in chemistry, pharmacology and physics

Gan Shermer, Stephen Bromfield

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Abstract

This poster describes how a ‘toolkit’ developed through funding from the University of Bath Teaching Development Fund scaffolds delivery of public engagement (PE) projects as alternatives to laboratory-based final year research. The projects pair students with active researchers to design PE activities for various public settings. The toolkit contains all aspects of training and assessment, complete with time-directed session plans which enable teaching staff from all disciplines to embed PE into the curriculum and confidently lead sessions
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventViCEPHEC17 - University of York, York, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 24 Aug 201725 Aug 2017
http://www.cvent.com/events/variety-in-chemistry-education-and-physics-higher-education-2017/event-summary-47a856bb51f54d8a9244b7f63e3ec43a.aspx

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ConferenceViCEPHEC17
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityYork
Period24/08/1725/08/17
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Shermer, G., & Bromfield, S. (2017). Across the divide: a toolkit for final year public engagement projects in chemistry, pharmacology and physics. Poster session presented at ViCEPHEC17, York, UK United Kingdom.

Across the divide : a toolkit for final year public engagement projects in chemistry, pharmacology and physics. / Shermer, Gan; Bromfield, Stephen.

2017. Poster session presented at ViCEPHEC17, York, UK United Kingdom.

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Shermer, G & Bromfield, S 2017, 'Across the divide: a toolkit for final year public engagement projects in chemistry, pharmacology and physics' ViCEPHEC17, York, UK United Kingdom, 24/08/17 - 25/08/17, .
Shermer G, Bromfield S. Across the divide: a toolkit for final year public engagement projects in chemistry, pharmacology and physics. 2017. Poster session presented at ViCEPHEC17, York, UK United Kingdom.
Shermer, Gan ; Bromfield, Stephen. / Across the divide : a toolkit for final year public engagement projects in chemistry, pharmacology and physics. Poster session presented at ViCEPHEC17, York, UK United Kingdom.
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