Science Communication Skills and its Importance in Todays World (Teacher)
Our job as science teachers is not just to help the students research and learn content but what are the effective scientific communication techniques and how can we teach or encourage these?
In the modern world, scientific information is at our fingertips. We can just press buttons on our computers or phones to find out answers to questions.
The skill we want to encourage in our students and teachers is how to communicate this scientific knowledge and research in meaningful ways.
Our job as science teachers is not just to help the students research and learn content but what are effective scientific communication techniques and how can we teach or encourage these.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
Alice Motion is a chemist and science communicator based at The University of Sydney. Her research focuses on open science and Science Communication, Outreach, Participation and Education (SCOPE). Finding ways to connect people with science and to make research more accessible is the overarching theme of Alice’s interdisciplinary research.
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