ACSME 2016 program released

ACSME is the national conference for university science and mathematics education with a proud 22-year history of sparking new ideas, collaborations and innovation. This year we meet in Brisbane on Sep 28-30. The program for ACSME 2016 has now been released and is available here. This year the conference also features a diverse array of workshops to extend and delight participants on Day 3.

The conference theme is The 21st Century Science and Maths Graduate and features keynotes from:

  • Daniel Southam, Curtin University
  • Peter Ellerton, The University of Queensland
  • Jackie Randles, Inspiring Australia
  • Ruth Bridgstock, Queensland University of Technology
  • Toss Gascoigne, Public Communication of Science and Technology Network (PCST)

ACSME Dinner FlyerOver 110 presentations together with posters and eye-catching pecha kucha cover themes including:

  • WIL and employability
  • Transferable skills
  • Technology-enhanced learning
  • Teacher preparation
  • Networking and collaboration
  • Emerging pedagogies
  • Communication
  • Capacity building

Sign up here for early-bird registration until August 5th and bring your dancing shoes for the conference dinner.

FAQs: What if’s and organization

Program Days 1 and 2:  Keynotes, concurrent sessions, posters

Program Day 3: Workshop Timetable