We're Bangkok-bound for the inaugural ASE South East Asia Conference
Following our first large-scale conference in Hong Kong last year, we at the Association For Science Education are delighted to be able to announce that we are returning to the region in first part of next year for another three-day exploration of all that is great in the field of science education.
The three-day ASE South East Asia Conference - Targeted Excellence In Science Learning – begins on Friday 21 February in Bangkok, hosted by our partners at the prestigious Bangkok Patana International School and in association with Phillip Harris.
The ASE’s remit to promote excellence in science education does not stop at the borders of the UK, so the aim of the Conference is both to explore cross-regional alternative strategies to promote Excellence in Science Learning, and to provide a superb opportunity for science-specific professional development within the South East Asia area.
A host of leaders in the field of British science education, led by ASE President Sir John Holman, with be sharing their expertise with teachers, consultants and specialists from the region, and invitations for session proposals will remain open to British or overseas science educators until 22 November.
If you’re interested in attending the conference as a delegate, you’ll find more information and ticket details here.