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Question and answer session with course educators about inspiring students with plant science
All online CPD courses from STEM Learning provide an opportunity to ask the educators more detailed questions as part of the course Q&A session.
The course educators will record responses to your outstanding questions from your reflection grids and course discussions. If there are ideas from the course you wish to explore further or issues about your own teaching context, then the Q&A provides a final opportunity to explore these with expert insight.

Your questions

Thank you for posting your questions. The deadline for questions was 27 October 2020. We will be shortly recording responses from Beverley and Alex and we’ll upload a video shortly.
If your access to this course expires before we are able to upload the video, you can access the video at a later date via the STEM Learning YouTube channel.
Please note: if you post a question here it may be featured in the video recording along with your first name. The recording will be publicly viewed via this step and may also be uploaded to the STEM Learning YouTube channel.
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