1. Submit a session for the ASE Annual Conference 2018

 
The Association for Science Education Annual Conference
3-6 January 2018 at the University of Liverpool

DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS – 26 May 2017

All speakers will need to register as a delegate and pay the appropriate registration fee. ASE does offer a limited number of speaker bursaries to cover the cost of registration for one day; please apply (within this form) to be considered for a bursary if you are from school/ college, not-for-profit organisation or self-funding.

Please email nicola@seventhcorner.co.uk if you have any queries.

Propose a session for the ASE Annual Conference... Show off a great demonstration, trial a new lesson plan or host a workshop.

The ASE Annual Conference invites sessions from everyone engaged with science education. You can share a resource, present lesson idea, demonstrate inspiring practicals, offer an update on your research or explore any area of science teaching and learning. For the conference, we build up a programme of over 400 CPD sessions covering Early Years to A-level and teacher training. Proposals are welcome from both ASE members and non-members and from seasoned presenters or those new to sharing their practice.

Sessions can include:

- Share ideas and practical activities from your classroom.
- Showcase a new resource
- Provide updates on subject knowledge
- Present research approaches and findings
- Examine assessment
- Launch an initiative or new programme

Everyone is welcome to submit a session idea. If you have an interest in science education and have something to share, then we’d love to hear from you. 
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If you would like to submit more than one session proposal, simply fill in this survey form for each session.

You will be given the opportunity to update your session details before the conference programme is published but please now include the title, outline and lead speaker/organisation so that your session can be reviewed by the ASE committees.

Your session proposal will be reviewed by the ASE committees and we will respond to you by 17 July 2018 with confirmation.

You can download a blank PDF of this proposal form for reference but please submit all session online.

Notes for your submission.

Deadline for proposal submissions – Friday 26 May 2017

Expenses & Delegate Fees
All speakers will need to register as a delegate and pay the appropriate registration fee. ASE does offer a limited number of speaker bursaries to cover the cost of registration for one day; please apply to be considered for a bursary if you are from school/ college, not-for-profit organisation or self-funding. To apply, please complete the relevant section of this form.
We are unable to cover travel or other expenses for any speaker.

Delegate prices for the ASE Annual Conference 2018:
AC2018 Delegate prices

Type of session While you can change the details of your session after the deadline please state now the type of room you need for your session. There is a choice in the form of lab, seminar room, PC suite or tiered lecture theatre. There is high demand for seminar rooms so please do select lecture theatre if your session's presentation can be adapted to suit this format.

Audio-visual (AV) Equipment, Computers and Science Apparatus  - You are asked to detail required audio-visual equipment when submitting your proposal. Most seminar rooms are fitted with data projectors but you may need to provide your own laptop. Please give your full lab requirements in this proposal submission. There will be the opportunity to update your requested AV / lab equipment but the more details you can give us early on the easier it is to make sure we allocate you the correct room. Deadline for all equipment requests 6 November 2017. You can download a separate equipment request form.

Health and Safety - All presenters are reminded of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. All contributors have a responsibility to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of visitors to the Conference. The conference team should be informed of any proposed session which involves the use of children, animals, ionising radiations or explosives. Proposers of practical sessions will have to declare that they have carried out risk assessments by submitting the Risk Assessment Form.

Proposals will be accepted at the discretion of ASE. Please read the full terms and conditions.

* 1. Outline of Session

For ASE information only so your proposal can be reviewed for inclusion in the conference programme.

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