Are you looking for avenues for networking, sharing ideas and keeping up-to-date with current ideas and innovations.
The following list of conferences may be of interest to you. Whilst many of these are general educational research conferences, there are often strands and themes relating to science and mathematics education. The list is not exhaustive, just some of those of which we are aware.
|Association||Theme||Closing Date for Abstracts||Dates||Venue|
|IADIS International Conference e-Learning||closed||July 26-29||Freiburg, Germany|
|Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)||Teaching Mathematics? Make it Count||August 15-17||Melbourne|
|Sydney ALTC Roundtable||Supporting potential ALTC grant applicants and promoting dissemination of ATLC grant outcomes||Not applicable||28 September||UNSW, Sydney|
|UniServe Science/IISME conference||Creating ACTIVE minds in our Science and Mathematics students||June 21st (full papers)||September 29- October 1||Sydney|
|EDUCAUSE 2010||The Best Thinking in Higher Ed IT||January 26||October 12-15||Annaheim, California, USA|
|E-LEARN||World Conference on E-learning in Corporate, Government , Healthcare & Higher Education||April 28||October 18-22||Orlando, Florida, USA|
|Frontiers in Education||Celebrating 40 Years of Innovation||January 13||October 27-20||Arlington, Virginia USA|
|AARE||more details coming soon||November 29- December 2||Melbourne|
|ascilite 2010||curriculum, technology & transformation for an unknown future||June 21st||December 5-8||Novotel, Brighton Beach, SYdney|
This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.
June 27 - July 1, 2011
|CONASTA 2011||3-6 July||Darwin|