The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

North & East Midlands Region 16 committee meeting
14th May 2015

Region 16 committee meeting. Interested in joining the committee? contact our region secretary Rob Butler (ase@fiendishlyclever.com)
Come and join us at our committee meeting and have your voice heard as we discuss how we plan to meet the needs of members in our region. Tea and biscuits provided. If you can't be there in person, you can join us virtually by using a webcam and a microphone.

Primary Teachmeet at Riverside School , Leicester
21st May 2015

Come along and meet other teachers and hear what they do with their pupils. What good ideas could you share? Do you know good websites, or do you want to discuss something?
Lead organiser Jenny Drayton
Contact Field Officer Tanya Dempster tanyademster@ase.org.uk sign up on the wiki
Time: refreshments available 4:00pm – 6:00pm.

Science Outside the Classroom Conference 2015 - Newton Field Centre, Northamptonshire
13th June 2015

This half day conference will improve your confidence at Investigating invertebrates and plants within their habitats, through the easy identification through observable features. In addition you can learn how to Reinforce pupils learning through art and improve your own skills in drawing and recording under the expert tuition of Lyn Merrick. For KS3,2 and 1.

Teachmeet at Derby University
16th June 2015

Come along and meet other teachers and hear what they do with their pupils. What good ideas could you share? Do you know good websites, or do you want to discuss something?
lead organiser Maria Dent mail M.Dent@derby.ac.uk
Or Field Officer Tanya Dempster tanyademster@ase.org.uk sign up on the wikki
Time: refreshments available 4:15pm – 6: 15pm.

FREE book for all MEMBERS who attend.

ASE Technician Regional Conference 2015 - University of Herts
19th June 2015

We are holding a one day CPD event for technicians full of great sessions at the home of the ASE - University of Hertfordshire. We are delighted that Director of CLEAPSS, Steve Jones, will be giving the keynote lecture.

National Women in Engineering Day
23rd June 2015

National Women in Engineering Day (NWED) will take place on the 23rd June 2015 and provides the perfect opportunity for schools and organisations across the UK to dispel gender barriers and encourage more girls and women into the engineering sector.

North & East Midlands Region 16 committee meeting
24th June 2015

Region 16 committee meeting. Interested in joining the committee? contact our region secretary Rob Butler (ase@fiendishlyclever.com)
Come and join us at our committee meeting and have your voice heard as we discuss how we plan to meet the needs of members in our region. Tea and biscuits provided. If you can't be there in person, you can join us virtually by using a webcam and a microphone.

Primary Science Annual Conference 2015 - NSLC, York
30th June 2015

The defining conference for primary science, helping teachers and leaders inspire pupils, develop cross-curricular approaches and tackle the science curriculum. This successful Annual event is jointly organised by the National Science Learning Centre and the Association for Science Education (ASE).

ASE National Technicians Conference 2015 - National Science Learning Centre, York
2nd to 3rd July 2015

Last year's conference attracted over 250 technicians for 2 days of inspiring professional development. 2015 promises to be an equally inspiring and successful event.

ASE Teachmeet at The Latimer Arts College
9th July 2015

It is an informal and enjoyable gathering of those curious about teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, a teaching resource they love, a great website, a classroom activity - whatever you like! You can ask questions or simply turn up to soak up all the great ideas and enthusiasm. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleague

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