About the conference

The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (The 20th UniServe Science Conference)
The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (The 20th UniServe Science Conference) is an opportunity for tertiary science and mathematics educators to share ideas and keep up to date. Science and mathematics for this conference encompasses biological sciences, chemistry, geosciences, health sciences, information technology, learning and cognitive sciences, mathematics and statistics, molecular and microbial sciences, physics and psychology as well as the various fields of the applied sciences.
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THEME: Student engagement: From the classroom to the workplace
The facilitation of student engagement and motivation in their learning and self development requires a carefully crafted curriculum: one that allows student ownership and active participation in their journey through formal education and beyond. How can educators design and implement classroom activities (physical, online or blended) and assessments to facilitate and reward student engagement and encourage ownership of learning and graduate attributes? From school outreach and transition to the hybrid classroom and the workplace, ACSME will build on the shared experience and expertise of the conference participants to guide and mentor attendees towards the development of strategies to ensure success, enduring understanding and a love of science and mathematics in our students.

Organising Committee
A/Prof Adam Bridgeman (USYD – CHAIR)
A/Prof Manju Sharma (USYD)
Dr Alexandra Yeung (USYD)
Ms Jackie Reid (UNE)
Dr Elizabeth Angstmann (UNSW)
Dr Blair Nield (UTS)
Dr Simon Bedford (UoW)
Dr Adrian Renshaw (UWS)
Ms Stephanie Beames (UTS)
Dr John Holdsworth (Newcastle)
Ms Carolyn Kennett (Macquarie)

Program Committee
Dr Luke Hunter (UNSW)
Dr Rebecca LeBard (UNSW)
A/Prof. Peter Meier (UTS)
Dr Alison Beavis (UTS)
Dr Katherine Harris (UNE)
Dr Rob Whannell (UNE)
Dr Leanne Rylands (UWS)
Dr Karen Fildes (UOW)

Date and location

The conference will be from Monday 29th September to Wednesday 1st October 2014 in Sydney, Australia. The discipline day (Wednesday 1st October) will be held at the University of Technology, Sydney and the conference days (Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th September) will be at The University of Sydney.