Show off a great demonstration, trial a new lesson plan or host a workshop.
Call for Proposals for ASE Annual Conference 2016, 6 - 9 January, University of Birmingham
Have you got an idea that you would like to share with science teachers? You could showcase new resources, support colleagues with the latest subject knowledge or share advice for leadership, planning and the curriculum. Everyone is welcome to submit asession idea. The Conference is an ideal opportunity to present new and exciting ideas to fellow science educators. We host over 350 lectures, workshops, lab sessions and breakouts and attract over 2000 visitors.
If you have an interest in science education and have something to share, then we’d love to hear from you.
If you are intending to submit a proposal/s for 2016, please note the closing date of Friday 29 May 2014.
What can you do?
- Share ideas and practical activities from your classroom.
- Showcase a new resource
- Provide updates on subject knowledge
- Present research approaches and findings
- Examine assessment
- Launch an initiative or new programme
We can support all sorts of sessions, so if you have a question about a session idea please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Have an idea for a 15 minute session?
The ASE runs an Open Conference every year, which creates a platform for micro-presentations. This is a more informal strand of the conference where short sessions are run for all visitors. If you would like to apply for a slot in the ASE Open Conference, please email email@example.com
About the ASE Annual Conference
The ASE Annual Conference attracts over 2000 science educators, with a programme of over 300 CPD sessions and one of the most extensive science education exhibitions in Europe. It is ASE's flaship event.
Sessions usually last 1 hour from 9.30 – 17.30 and can be requested on any day.
Session presenters who are accepted will also receive one FREE day’s registration on the day they present to enjoy the rest of the conference.
Image Credits Copyright Adva Photography at ASE Annual Conference 2015.