The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

ASE Teachmeet - University of York Science Education Group, York
18th August 2017

Wherever you are... come join a national ASE TeachMeet this summer! Beginning as the #YorkTU in 2012, the UYSEG Science TeachMeet is now an annual summer event. As with other TeachMeets,this is an opportunity for practitioners to share their ideas. Anyone attending can make a short presentation.

Teacher Education for Equity and Sustainability Network (TEESNet)
14th September 2017

Now in its tenth year, the conference will explore practical and academic approaches to global learning, with this year’s focus being on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how these can usefully be incorporated into curriculums and classroom activities.

Next steps for science at secondary level - uptake, teaching and resources
9th October 2017

This event from Westminster Education Forum is timed to follow the completion of the first full year of teaching the reformed GCSE science qualifications. Delegates will share latest thinking on the new key stage 4 curriculum and assessment patterns rolled out in September 2016.

Outdoor Learning in the Early Years
14th to 15th October 2017

This two day training workshop offers participants an insight into the practical elements of running an Outdoor Learning programme in the Early Years sector (3-12yrs).

ASE Annual Conference 2018 - University of Liverpool
3rd to 6th January 2018

Whether you teach primary, secondary or in FE, 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 approaches to teaching.