World Teach In launches global hunt for 10 of the world's best primary science lessons

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Renowned scientist Professor Lord Robert Winston is inviting the world’s primary teachers to share their best lesson ideas to inspire the next generation about science at an event in London in November.

The first World Teach In, organised by Tigtag (a Twig World resource) and Suklaa in association with Imperial College London, will bring together hundreds of teachers from across the world over Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd November 2014 for a unique professional development experience.

World Teach In, the world’s first pop-up science school for primary teachers, will take teachers back to the classroom for an action-packed weekend of assemblies with leading science experts, classes with some the world’s best teachers, and playtimes with remarkable science comedians, kitchen scientists and buskers.

World Teach In is now calling for primary teachers from across the world to step forward with their ideas for teaching spellbinding science lessons. Teachers have until 15 August 2014 to submit their proposals to the World Teach In judges who will select 10 to lead parts of the conference programme.

To apply for this opportunity submit your science teaching ideas at If selected, your ideas will inspire teachers to try new ways of teaching science in their own schools.

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