- We're moving to a new website!
We have closed some services on this website while we transition to our new site next week.
- Taking on STEM Challenges in Farming
The new Farmvention (when farming meets invention) website launches today! This is a new national STEM competition run by the NFU aimed at primary school children. ASE has worked with the Farmvention campaign to develop the resources that sit alongside the competition.
- The results are in! The Great Bug Hunt 2018
The winners of this year’s Great Bug Hunt competition have been announced! The competition, brought to you by the Association for Science Education (ASE) and supported by the Royal Entomological Society (RES), takes science learning out of the classroom and brings it to life outdoors.
- Members' Update: The 2018 Nomination for Chair-Elect
Following the call for nominations for Chair of the Association, we are pleased to announce that Professor Janice Griffiths, has been nominated for the role.
- ASE challenges Arizona Department of Education on Evolution
ASE has written to the Arizona Department of Education to voice our concerns about a change to the description of Evolution, taken from our publication Working with the big Ideas of Science Education.
- Our new Scotland Field Officer
Introducing Tess Watson, our new field officer for Scotland.
- Happy Earth Day - 20% Off Selected Titles
We're celebrating Earth Day this Sunday (22nd April) with 20% off selected titles in the ASE Bookshop.
- Call for Nominations
The Association for Science Education is largely run by groups of volunteers at regional and national level. If you would like to develop your interest in science education, consider getting involved in one of the many interest groups within the Association.
- Members' Update: What our committees have been up to this spring
ASE is a community led charity. Our members share their expertise across a broad spectrum of groups and committees to ensure that ASE continues to make progress on our mission to promote excellent in science teaching and learning. This is what's been happening so far in 2018!
- Annual Conference 2019 - Call for Proposals
Call for proposals
The ASE Annual Conference invites sessions from everyone engaged with science education. You can share a resource, present lesson idea, demonstrate inspiring practicals, offer an update on your research or explore any area of science teaching and learning. For the conference, we build up a programme of over 400 CPD sessions covering Early Years to A-level and teacher training. Proposals are welcome from both ASE members and non-members and from seasoned presenters or those new to sharing their practice.