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(Hallam Hall) Sheffield Hallam University

City Campus Owen Building

Howard Street

Sheffield

S1 1WB

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Summer Conference 4 & 5 July 2019 in partnership with the Sheffield Institute of Education

For everyone involved in science education CPD

About the ASE Futures Conference

ASE Futures is the natural home for those involved in teachers’ professional learning, from university tutors, education consultants and local authority staff to Heads of Science and leaders responsible for CPD. Or, if you are a teacher looking to take science education beyond your classroom, ASE Futures is the path for you.

Programme

The conference aims to gives professionals:

  • An unrivalled opportunity for networking with fellow professionals
  • A chance to explore the latest thinking and research in science education
  • Attendance at sessions presented by nationally and internationally renowned experts
  • Help to shape the future of science education during conference workshops and discussions

For the full programme and workshop list please visit https://www.ase.org.uk/events/ase-futures-conference-2019

The ASE Futures Committee welcomes applications for "poster presentations" at this summer's conference.

We know that networking and the sharing of research and good practice is a key element of what makes the ASE Futures Conference such a scucess. As such, we hope that this new conference feature will provide another means for this to happen. The 'poster session' is aimed at those attendees who would prefer to share their work in a more informal setting and without the full commitment of a timetabled session/workshop.

The 'poster presentations' will take place on Thursday and Friday during lunch and will be in the same room in which the food is served. In order to contribute to the informality of the event, there is no expectation to produce a traditional research poster. We would suggest that presenters bring an 'artefact' which they can display on a table, which will entice conference attendees to come and listen to their work. You may also wish to bring photocopies of an abstract/overview to hand to people.

We hope that members of the ASE Research Committee will be present should you wish to pick their brains. Please express your interest by emailing alex.sinclair@stmarys.ac.uk and further details will be sent to you nearer the conference date - we are very much looking forward to hearing about what you are up to.



Conference booking

Please note the early bird ticket rate ends on the 30th April 2019.

You can select the full 2 day conference package that includes the full conference programme and dinner but NOT accommodation, which needs to be booked with the hotel (see below). Or you can attend as a day delegate which includes lunch and refreshments but not the conference dinner. Discounts apply for ASE members and ASE Futures members.

Accommodation - Separate booking required

For overnight accommodation we have secured a special rate for delegate rooms at the local Travelodge. To secure this offer please book directly with the hotel by Thursday 7th June. Book your room now via this link

Conference Dinner

This is included in the two-day package, or you can add it on to your day delegate booking. The dinner is on the Thursday night.



Questions

We’re always here to help - If you have any issues booking please contact us by emailing conferences@ase.org.uk or call us on 01707 283 000.



About the ASE Futures Group

Group Mission: Leading Professional Development in Science Education

The ASE Futures Group is the natural home for those involved in teachers’ professional learning and members can range from university tutors, education consultants, local authority staff, Heads of Science and leaders responsible for CPD. This expert group provides support and voice for Initial Teacher Education and Continuing professional development, fostering high quality professional learning for future generations of science teachers at all levels of education. This is achieved through research, networking and professional development within and beyond the group, and through responses to government consultations. The committee organises the ASE Futures Conference. Members receive the Science Teacher Education (STE) journal.

Why join the Futures Group? The Futures Group sits on the cutting edge of research, policy and practice within science education. In order to further our mission, we need people like you who have the drive and determination to improve current practice and to shape the future of science education.

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(Hallam Hall) Sheffield Hallam University

City Campus Owen Building

Howard Street

Sheffield

S1 1WB

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

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