This week I am in Reading for the Annual ASE Conference and Exhibition.
It’s the Association for Science Education (ASE)’s flagship event held every January at a university in the UK, incorporating the most extensive Science Education Exhibition in Europe. The ASE Annual Conference is for everyone involved in science education – teachers, technicians, advisors, or simply anyone who is interested in science education.
This year’s theme is about ASE’s leading role in the changing science education climate – STEM, Science for All, Science and Technology in Society, Science for Life, Getting Practical. The exhibition showcases the latest resources for making science accessible to young people. Come and see us on stand number CS60 if you are nearby. For the first time at the Annual Conference there is a special FREE EXHIBITION ENTRY ONLY opportunity to those only interested in attending the exhibition. So you can come and visit us even if you are not attending the Conference, we would love to see you.
The Conference runs from Wednesday 5th to Saturday 8th January and the Exhibition is open from 8.30am to 6 pm on Thursday and Friday, and 8.30 am to 3pm on Saturday at the University of Reading. Our stand is CS60.