The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

WorldSTE 2016 - 5th World Conference on Science and Technology - Antalaya, Turkey
1st to 5th November 2016

The ICASE World STE Conference brings together policy makers, curriculum developers, scientists, science and university educators and researchers, science teacher association officers and of course primary and secondary science teachers.

World Science Centre Day
10th November 2016

The first ever International Science Centre and Science Museum Day - organised by ASTC (the international Association of Science and Technology Centres) with UNESCO, will take place on Thursday 10th November.

ASE Workshop: Practical physics for primary and early years
12th November 2016

This workshop focuses on inspring pupils in physics and is hosted by two new amazing presenters, Ally Caldecote and Tracey Tyrell. This workshop will have lots of take-away ideas and you will leave with greater confidence teaching this section of the curriculum.

ASE Northern Conference 2016 - Sheffield Hallam University
19th November 2016

This conference is taking place in the brand new £30 million Charles Street building which houses the Sheffield institute of Education. It aims to share the latest research, resources and good practice to support and develop the best teaching and learning in science.

ASE Annual Conference 2017 - University of Reading
4th to 7th January 2017

Whether you teach primary or secondary, lead a department or are just starting on your training, the ASE Annual Conference is an invaluable opportunity to discover resources, enhance your subject knowledge and share approaches to teaching.