The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

STEM in Education evening - Bradford
8th September 2015

Booking is now open for our annual STEM in Education Evening at the British Science Festival this September. This is a free event.

ASE Science Teachmeet
16th September 2015

ASE teachmeets are free CPD events which are teacher led, to share effective ideas for science teaching and learning. Science teaching is about enthusing students and encouraging curiosity. The teachmeet is about participants being inspired by colleagues and encouraged to experiment with new ideas.

Lightfest Science Festival
25th September 2015

Invite for local schools in the West Midlands and surrounding counties to the Lightfest Science Festival as we intend to deliver a range of fun interactive activities to bringing to life the science of light related technology, such as lasers, sensor and optical fibre communication.

World Space Week - International
4th to 10th October 2015

World Space Week is an annual World-wide celebration of space exploration. Register a world space week event now and 􀀊􀀖inspire the next generation of explorers!

Opening Doors Conference 2015 - London
20th October 2015

An interdisciplinary conference on gender in education. Presented by the IOP and GEO, this conference aims to bring together practitioners and academics to discuss the important issue of gender and education. For more information and to register visit www.eventsforce.net/openingdoors . Please register promptly as places are limited.

ASE Workshop: Everything you need to know about evolution - Northampton
7th November 2015

This workshop with expert, Stuart Naylor, will outline what you need to know to teach evolution, making it easy to understand use, showing you resources you can use in class. This is aimed at KS2/KS3 teachers but all are welcome to attend.

The Skills Show - NEC, Birmingham
19th to 21st November 2015

The Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills and careers event, and provides a great range of information about career pathways for your students. Attracting 75,000 visitors, the show provides hands-on experiences that inspire young people to explore further education, skills and apprenticeships.

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.