The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

Grant scheme for enriching STEM teaching now open
7th February 2016

The Royal Institution (Ri) is offering UK state schools grants of up to £500 to host a STEM ‘enrichment and enhancement’ activity for their teachers and students.

Scottish Region Conference
5th March 2016

The Conference is a festival of best practice in science education for everyone with an interest in science teaching.
Conference themes, in addition to supporting teaching in biology, chemistry and physics will explore primary science, using mobile devices in practical science, careers in STEM and space science. There will also be an exhibition of support and resources for science education.

STEM Competition: The Bright Ideas Challenge
29th April 2016

The Bright Ideas Challenge is a new national, curriculum linked schools competition, which will challenge young people age 11-14 to assume the role of future scenarios planners and to use their STEM learning to imagine creative solutions to the types of energy challenges that cities in 2050 will face.

Primary Science Teaching Trust International Conference - Belfast
9th to 11th June 2016

From 9-11 June 2016, the Primary Science Teaching Trust will celebrate excellence in the teaching and learning of primary science across the world with our inaugural International Primary Science Conference 'No Boundaries. No Barriers' in the cultural city of Belfast.

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.