The Association for Science Education

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Upcoming events

ASE Cymru Regional Conference - The Art of Communication
4th October 2014

Explore exciting and innovative ways of communicating science in the curriculum. The day features inspirational talks and hands-on workshops aimed at developing confidence in teaching science, and providing plenty of ideas for your lessons. Don't miss a special keynote from ASE president, Professor Alice Roberts on Science and Storytelling. Register for this event for free.

Welsh Physics Teacher Conference
8th October 2014

You are welcome to attend the Welsh Physics Teacher Conference will be held in Brecon on 8th October 2014. A wonderful opportunity for teachers and technicians to take part in a wide variety of physics CPD - FREE of charge

During the day Prof. Peter Barham will present the Magic of Microwaves and Dr Rhys Phillips will discuss Thunderbolts and Lightning – are they really frightening?

There will also be an opportunity to attend workshops exploring a diverse range of physics topics.

A full programme can be seen in the attachment

“Advances personal understanding on subjects as well as providing practical ideas and resources for use in school”

To register and for more information, go to http://welshphysicsteachersconference.eventbrite.co.uk


Society of Biology - Biology Rocks
11th October 2014

Celebrate Biology Week and Earth Sciences Week by taking part in interactive activities with scientists from Cardiff University and other local organisations at Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales






Biology Rocks! is a Big Biology Day with a geological flavour and is collaborative event between the Society of Biology, Cardiff University and other local organisations, with the aim of engaging the general public with both the biosciences and geology; from carnivorous plants, to fossils, to medical dilemmas.

A Big Biology Day is a one day science festival that celebrates the life sciences and engages the general public with an array of biological topics through hands on activities, crafts and displays, bringing together a number of biological organisations under one roof.
Find out about other Big Biology Days taking place throughout the UK.


Find out about more Biology Week 2014 events