Learning adviser scheme
Science Museum Learning Advisers help us to test our new ideas and activities and give advice about how to improve them. This ensures that what we create is engaging, practical, supports the curriculum, and has the ‘wow’ factor that will appeal to students.
In the past our Learning Advisers have been involved in:
- piloting classroom resources in their lessons
- testing prototype layouts for the Educators area of our website
- giving feedback about new exhibitions in relation to school visits.
Our exciting new gallery, Information Age, will open in the autumn this year. To complement school visits to the gallery we are developing two 'tinkering' workshops for KS3 and KS4 pupils. These will be based around computer programming and radio waves and communication. To help us refine the content of these workshops we are looking for ICT/Computer Science teachers and Physics teachers who are willing to attend meetings at the Science Museum on 12 March (ICT/Computer Science) and the 26 March (Physics). The meetings will start at 6pm. If you or any of your colleagues are interested in attending either session please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Would you like to get involved in new opportunities?
We welcome applications from teachers and educators from all age phases and across a range of subject areas.
Simply complete the Application Form and send it back to us.
We will then contact you when new opportunities arise and you can decide whether or not you would like to be involved in that particular project.
Learning Advisers help us in a voluntary capacity, but there is usually a small incentive to thank you for your time. There's no obligation for you to take part unless you want to.
If you have any questions please e-mail email@example.com