ASE Conference

ASE Annual Conference Online, 6th – 9th January 2021

Registration is now open for the ASE Annual Conference, which will be held online from 6th to 9th January 2021. It’s the largest science education conference in Europe, providing support and inspiration for teachers and technicians across primary, secondary and further education. As well as live sessions, this year’s event will also include access to pre-recorded content and a number of the panel discussions and keynotes will also be live recorded and available to watch afterwards- perfect for busy teachers! Wednesday 6 January features International Day and Technicians programmes, while from Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 January there’s a wealth of sessions for both new and experienced teachers and technicians across primary and secondary, covering everything from ‘50 things (at least) that everyone teaching physics should know’ (James de Winter) to ‘Formative Assessment to Support Progression’ (Teacher Assessment in Primary Science team), ‘Finding the start point (for 11-19)’ (Page Keeley and Ed Walsh), ‘Tips and Tricks for Early Career Teachers’ (Matt Livesey) and much more. There will also be presentations from Professor Andrew Pollard (Oxford Vaccine Group), Robin Lovell-Badge (Francis Crick Institute), Professor Dame Carol Robinson (University of Oxford), scientist and broadcaster Professor Jim Al Khalili and renowned science education experts Professor Jonathan Osborne and Professor Sir John Holman, as well as a programme of workshops from AQA, OCR, the Royal Society, CLEAPSS and many more.

Tickets cost just £10+VAT per day for ASE student teacher members (£35+VAT per day for non-members) and £35+VAT per day for standard ASE members (£60 per day for non-members).

You can find more information and book at  ASE Annual Conference 2021 online in January |


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