Don't miss the ASE Annual Conference 2013 in January!
ASE Annual Conference 2013, 2-5th January, University of Reading
Get a head start on your CPD in the New Year. Simply download the registration form and come along on the day.
Professor Martin Rees, Lord Rees of Ludlow will give his presidential address on Friday 4 January at 2pm as he begins his year as the new President of the ASE.
Kevin Brennan MP, Shadow Minister for Schools will be delivering the ASE Science Education Policy lecture at 3pm on Thursday 3 January.
A comprehensive Frontier Science lecture programme will be delivered by staff at the University of Reading, including:
• Professor Kevin Warwick giving a talk titled Human enhancement: A user guide to via neural implants
• Dr Graham Schafer who will look at Infants’ first words: What do they tell us?
There will be a two-day Primary Programme, plenty of workshops and talks packed with ideas to take back to the classroom.
The conference also features Europe's most extensive Science Education exhibition, which is FREE to all.
Use ASE Conference Search to plan your own personal programme and you can view the conference handbook online now!
OCR helping you deliver the wonder of science at ASE Annual Conference 2013
On stands D31 and DS62 you can discover our spectrum of science qualifications which let you enjoy the freedom and excitement of teaching science, and help inspire students of all abilities, providing them with an ideal foundation to progress to more advanced studies and science related careers.
At ASE 2013 we’ll be bringing Science learning to life through a dynamic programme of guest speakers and interac tive activities including:
“Dr Hal” Sosabowski, science consultant on ITV’s Ministry of Mayhem, BBC’s Bright Sparks and live chemistry evangelist, well known for his Bigger Bang! Show, who will be demonstrating how you can engage students through fun, exciting and practical experiments, which can be delivered back in the classroom.
Another leading scientist, Michael Reiss, Professor of Science Education at the Institute of Education, University of London, will be delivering a key note address on behalf of OCR on bringing the Science Curriculum to life, on Thursday 3 January.
The Naked Scientists will be stripping science bare and bringing classroom experiments to life.
You can meet Dr Chris Smith from the award winning BBC weekly radio show The Naked Scientists on our stands D31 and DS62.
To find out more about OCR science qualifications visit www.ocr.org.uk/science
Special prices on books at the ASE Annual Conference 2013
The ASE Annual Conference 2013 is a great opportunity to browse the books and resources in our Publications Catalogue. Before you go, read reviews of new titles on the ASE Website. All delegates purchasing books at the Conference benefit from special prices! Make sure you visit the Booksales room in the Palmer Building (registration area). The ASE Online Bookshop also features special offers. Remember ASE members enjoy substantial discounts on all resources in the Online Bookshop!
Science is for everyone – explore our flexible approaches
We’re really excited that the conference is less than a month away and we can’t wait to see you there! If you attend one of our engaging and interactive workshops you’ll get the tools to inspire your students’ whatever their ability. If you don’t have time to come to one of our workshops, pop along to stand D36 where we’ll refresh you with a bottle of water whilst chatting about your students’ options.
Journal of Emergent Science Issue 4 is here.
We are pleased to announce that the fourth issue of the 'Journal of Emergent
Science'(JES) has now been published. This is an exciting issue with notes and news, resource reviews, and four major articles, covering topics including a holistic approach to early years education, science for the very young through storytelling, the use of myths in emergent science learning, and first aid.
JES is published twice a year and is free to ASE members as a benefit of primary membership. Non-members can access it for a small subscription of £30 p.a. For more details on how to subscribe, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal of Emergent Science Issue 4