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ASE Annual Conference 2016 - University of Birmingham

Wednesday 6th to Saturday 9th January 2016

For four days, ASE hosts over 300 CPD science education sessions presented by teachers, leading scientists, researchers and education organisations. Throughout the conference there are lots of valuable opportunities for more informal professional and personal development through the science resources exhibition, drop-in activities and the chance to share experiences with teachers.

 "The ASE annual conference is a fantastic opportunity to share ideas and best practice in science education, as well as to learn about cutting edge research. And I was blown away by the passion and enthusiasm of the science teachers I met there. There’s a great feeling of community which springs from the common aim of inspiring children about science." - Professor Alice Roberts, ASE President 2014

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 teaching approaches.

How to book
Early booking are now open. Registration fee start from £75 and trainee members can attend one day for free.
  1. Book online login and book online if you would like to pay by debit/credit card
  2. Complete booking form (pdf) if you require an invoice, would like to pay by cheque or book a colleague onto the conference
Conference details
  • Venue: University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Campus, Birmingham, West Midlands B15 2TT
  • How to get there: travel and campus information
  • Free Exhibition: Explore the Conference exhibition for free
Programme

Confirmed key speakers include:

  • Professor Steve Jones, UCL Human Genetics - "Is man just another animal? Evolution and us"
  • Professor John Holman, University of York - "Professional learning journey of teachers - an international context"
  • Lord Baker - "Filling the Skills Gap"
  • Find out more about our key speakers

View the Conference guide (2015) to get a feel for the conference.

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