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Embodied Thinkers (in early science) at the Royal Society of Edinburgh
On Friday 23rd August Andrew Manches, Claire Sowton and Alexia Revueltas Roux, together with Steven Dakers (performance artist), participated in the ‘Curious’ Summer events programme organised by the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Move2Learn joins the Royal Society of Edinburgh 2019 Summer Events Programme
Members of the Move2Learn project team, Andrew Manches and Claire Sowton, along with performer, Steven Dakers, will present an event as part of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 2019 Summer events programme. The event will run twice on 23rd August, starting at 10am and 12.30pm
Presentation at Ecsite, Copenhagen June 2019
The M2L team presented at the international Ecsite conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2019.
US PI Brown and PD Juárez presented M2L at 2019 ASTC annual conference in Toronto.
US PI Judy Brown and PD Cheryl Lani Juárez presented M2L at the 2019 Association of Science-Technology Centers annual conference, September 21 to 24, 2019, hosted by the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, Canada.
US Co-Investigators Foutz and Lane present at the National Science Teacher Association National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri
US Co-I Susan Foutz, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, and US Co-I H. Chad Lane, UIUC, along with Elisa Israel from St. Louis Science Center, presented 'Beyond Tests: Finding Evidence for STEM Learning Where You Least Expect It.' The session highlighted the work of museum evaluators and educational researchers in designing learning measures for federally-funded projects.
PIs Brown and Manches present M2L at the Science Learning+ Meeting, Feb 11, in Alexandria, Virginia
PIs Brown and Manches presented M2L at Science Learning+ Meeting, Feb 11, in Alexandria, Virginia
World-leading research impact event, University of Edinburgh
Dr Andrew Manches presents the Move2Learn research project as part of the University of Edinburgh 'World leading research: A celebration of impact' event
Royal Society of Edinburgh Presentation
Dr Andrew Manches presents at The Royal Society of Edinburgh event 'The Art of Conversation'
Find out more about Move2Learn through our newly designed leaflet
Find out more about the Move2Learn project through our newly designed leaflet