CONASTA Conference


REGISTER NOW FOR CONASTA 63

CONASTA 63 will be held from 6-9 July 2014 at the University of Adelaide, making use of the University's stunning grounds and state-of-the-art facilities.

Earlybird prices avalable for registrations made before 1 May!

HEAR FROM an outstanding line-up of Keynote speakers, including the Chief Scientist of Australia Ian Chubb, AC, the 2011 Nobel Laureate in Physics Professor Brian Schmidt AC FRS, the 2011 PM’s Award winner for University Teacher of the Year Professor Roy Tasker, and Professor Tanya Monro, a Prime Minister’s Prize winner in Physical Sciences and South Australian Scientist of the Year.

TAKE PART IN a broad program of professional learning workshops for primary and secondary teachers and school science technicians, including laboratory and computer workshops, hands-on activities, seminars and discussions.

VISIT some of Adelaide’s premier science and research facilities including the Adelaide Wind Tunnel, RiAus and Forensics SA.

DEVELOP national networks of like-minded colleagues, including primary and secondary teachers, laboratory technicians, curriculum leaders, representatives from not-for-profit and government organisations, resource providers and other interested guests.

ENJOY social events such as the Happy Hour drinks and cocktail events, breakfasts, dinners and post-conference tours.

Click here for program and registration details!

APPLY FOR A RUTH DIRCKS SCHOLARSHIP

Attend CONASTA 63 completely free of charge! Scholarships generously provided through a fund established by the inaugural winner of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools, Ruth Dircks. Costs covered include airfares, accomodation, conference registration and a ticket to the CONASTA 63 Banquet Dinner. Details at asta.edu.au/awards/ruthdircks

SPONSORSHIP AND TRADE DISPLAY

CONASTA 63 is expected to bring together over 400 science educators and curriculum leaders from across Australia. We welcome support and participation from organisations, government departments, businesses and communities involved in science and education, and welcome discussions about ways we can involve you in our conference as a sponsor or supporter.

Each CONASTA conference includes a Trade Display area where science and educational institutes, resource providers and industry practitioners demonstrate some of their latest programs, innovations products and services. Science educators are keen to keep abreast of the latest teaching resources, and we encourage displayers to think of new and innovative ways to engage with conference delegates.

For more information about sponsorship, trade display or advertising opportunities, please download the Partnership, Trade and Advertising Prospectus (below). Any questions or discussion can be directed to Kimberley Gaal, CONASTA Facillitator, on (02) 6282 9377 or at conasta@asta.edu.au

 

CONASTA 63 Prospectus
CONASTA 63 Prospectus

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