The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

International Women in Engineering Day 2017
23rd June 2017

International Women in Engineering Day, 23 June annually, celebrates the achievements of women in engineering and encourages more girls to consider engineering careers.

ASE Northern Ireland Conference 2017 - Moving Forward in Science Education
23rd June 2017

The region's very popular conference for Primary teachers, Post-Primary teachers and technicians.

Over 30 workshops covering a range of identified needs by members.

ASE Futures Conference 2017 - University of Hertfordshire
6th to 7th July 2017

The conference theme is 'Managing change; shaping the future'. This conference will be relevant to all key stages and will particularly suit those involved with Initial Teacher Education (ITE) or who have responsibility for the professional development (CPD) of teachers, including advisers, and staff from teaching or science specialist schools.

International Hands-on Science Conference 2017 (HSCI2017) - Braga, Portugal
10th to 14th July 2017

The 14th annual international conference on Hands-on Science, HSCI2017, will be held in Braga, at the Agrupamento de Escolas André Soares, Braga, Portugal, from July 10th to 14th 2017. This year the main moto of the conference is 'Growing with Science'.

ASE Annual Conference 2018 - University of Liverpool
3rd to 6th January 2018

Whether you teach primary, secondary or in FE, 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.