Association for Science Education Conference 2018
Will you be attending this years ASE conference in Liverpool?
If so then come and see us! We will be attending the event in our neighboring university with almost the whole team from the 4-6 January 2018. Be sure to look out for our workshop on 'Observing with Robotic Telescopes' (W61) exploring how you can use robotic telescopes in the classroom to aid teaching - and exploring the updated NSO website for it's new features and activities: Friday 5th January 11am-12.30pm.
And - if you're taking a stroll in the exhibition marquee, we'll be there from 8.30am until 5pm on Thursday and Friday, and 8.30am until 3pm on Saturday. Find us on stand C3 and suggest an area of the curriculum you'd like our support with, for a chance to win an amazing stargazing kit for your school!
Courtesy of the ASE website: What else is on at ASE Annual Conference 2018?
The ASE Annual Conference is a unique opportunity for all teachers of science. The conference programme offers over 350 sessions, covering all phases and all levels from NQTs to Heads of Department. Common to every session is the focus on the resulting impact on students’ learning and achievement including:
- Updates from the exam boards
- Assessment guidance
- Curriculum development
- Practical science ideas
- Research into teaching practice
- Insight into cutting-edge science
You can still book your place for this conference via eventbrite, but delegates will need to collect their passes at the event.
We hope to see you there!