Get your FREE exhibition entry!
25 November 2011
VISITORS to the ASE Annual Conference in Liverpool on 4th to 7th January can browse our vast array of exhibitors’ stands absolutely free!
Don’t miss out on the most extensive Science Education Exhibition in Europe, with all the major science education suppliers, publishers and manufacturers present, and some very competitive offers.
The exceptional commercial exhibition, showcases the latest resources for making science accessible to young people, with 3,000 square metres of marquee space packed with science textbooks and resources, materials and apparatus. Delegates will have plenty of opportunities to talk through their requirements and see demonstrations, purchase what they need at great prices, acquire lots of free samples and win prizes.
See the full list of exhibitors on our website’s conference page and download the Exhibition only form. Complete it and bring it with you to reception on the day you visit the Conference to gain your free entry to the Exhibition.
And all this is just to start with! Delegates who pay to register for the Conference can also choose from over 400 talks, workshops, seminars, special events, and booked courses, held by leading players in the science education arena, over four inspiring days.
This year, for the first time, the ASE is joined by Gold Partner OCR and Silver Partner AQA. OCR is sponsoring the Open Conference, where speakers can give 15-minute sessions on a topic of their choice. They will also show a range of practical help and support developed by teachers to save time. AQA will be highlighting support they can offer and answering your questions.
As the flagship event of the UK’s largest subject association, the conference is a major CPD event and attracts a wide range of people involved in science education, from teachers and technicians to advisors.
So far, the 2012 conference is on course to have a record number of key speakers, including:
- Professor Steve Jones, the out-going ASE president, on a panel discussion on the future of fieldwork in science education.
- Brian Cartwright HMI, the newly appointed National Adviser for Science for Ofsted.
- Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS, Royal Society Education Committee Chair.
- Dr Adam Hart-Davis, What the Romans Did for Us television presenter.
- Professor Robin Millar, Salters’ Professor of Science Education at the University of York and the next ASE president.
Throughout the conference, a Research Seminar Series will cover the latest developments in science education research. Scientists from The University of Liverpool will present cutting-edge research in the Frontier Science Lecture Programme. Whether your passion is for physics, biology or chemistry we have something for you.
The conference is also the perfect place to brush up on knowledge about putting policy into practice, the new GCSE specifications and controlled assessment, teaching literacy in science, integrating outdoor learning, the science curriculum and much more!
Getting to the conference is easy, we are a 10-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station, which has connections to several major stations throughout the country.