ASERA 2020 Online Conference (updated 20 April 2020)
ASERA are organising an online conference which will replace the face-to-face conference in Wollongong.
Presenters can view more information by clicking on the tab in the menu to the right.
Details will be available shortly about the online conference, but please enter the 24-26 June in your diary.
Please note that your ASERA membership must be current in order to get into the program and attend the conference. There is no additional fee to participate in the online conference.
Planning is under way to run an online conference, including some synchronous and asynchronous content and interactions, on 23-26 June, the planned conference dates. Presenters who have already submitted abstracts and had them accepted will be able to present at the online conference.
Enormous thanks from the Board and the membership to Wendy Nielsen, Helen Georgiou and the team at the University of Wollongong, who planned the conference and are now hard at work planning the online conference.
Join us from June 23-26, 2020 at the Novotel Wollongong, Northbeach, Wollongong and be part of a collegial science education community.
ASERA has a proud history. ASERA is one of the oldest and most highly regarded science education research associations in the world. Each year ASERA brings together science education researchers and educators to share ideas that change the nature and practices of science education.
Call for Papers
Call for Papers is now open. Click here for details.
Call for Abstracts Close: Monday 24th February 2020
Notification to Authors: Monday 9th March 2020
If you are interested in volunteering to review abstracts, Wendy Nielsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) would love to hear from you.
Registration is now open. Click here for details.
Early Bird Registration: Secure your conference registration by COB Monday 24 April 2020 to receive the discounted early bird rate, saving $100
Presenter Registration due: Friday 8 May 2020
A discount on the full registration fee is applicable to full-time students.
Five complimentary conference registrations have been reserved for graduate research students in science education (MEd and PhD or similar and not in paid employment) to support the conference as a volunteer. Duties will include assistance on the registration desks, assisting speakers, presentation uploading and technical support where possible. Accommodation and travel is at the individual’s own costs. To be considered, please email Wendy Nielsen email@example.com
To choose and book accommodation with conference discount, click here.
To find out more information or if you have any questions, please contact the Conference Secretariat:
Claire Kembrey, University of Wollongong
Special Events around ASERA2020
This year there are a number of activities before and after the main ASERA2020 Conference. There is something for everyone: the biennial ECR/HDR Workshop; a primary science teacher educator workshop; ESERA language & literacy SIG; Tours of Wollongong University. Click here for details.
To assist you with booking flights, estimated times are as follows:
Registration will open Tuesday 23 June, 4.30pm
Conference sessions start Wednesday 24 June, 8am
Conference finishes Friday 26 June, 2pm (but please check the 'special events' page for optional activities on Friday afternoon)