ASERA 54 - 2023 Conference

Face to Face (F2F) Conference at the Cairns Convention Centre

Tuesday 27th June to Friday 30th June 2023

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About the ASERA Conference

What the ASERA Conference is about:

As one of the oldest and most highly regarded science education research associations in the world, we are proud to bring together science education researchers and educators from Australia, New Zealand, the region and the world to share ideas that change the nature and practices of science education through our annual conference. Our next conference (ASERA54) will be held at the Cairns Convention Centre from Tuesday 27th June to Friday 30th June 2023 and will be our first fully in-person conference since 2019.

ASERA54 Conference Committee:

  • Louisa Tomas Engel, James Cook University
  • Subhashni Taylor, James Cook University
  • Tanya Doyle, James Cook University

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Cairns Convention Centre


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ASERA54 Conference Program

Please find the ASERA54 Conference Program at this link

ASERA54 Key Dates and Highlights

ASERA54 Key Dates

  • Call for abstracts  opens: Monday 7th November 2022
  • Abstract deadline: Monday 27th February 2023  **Extended until Monday 6th March 2023**
  • Registrations open: March 2023
  • Early bird and presenter registrations close: Friday 21st April 2023
  • Standard registration deadline: Friday 9th June 2023 (AEST)

ASERA54 Highlights

  • Tuesday 27 June 2023: Welcome Reception 
  • Wednesday 28 June 2023: Conference presentations begin & ECR/HDR Seaside Chat
  • Thursday 29 June 2023: ASERA AGM & Conference Dinner
  • Friday 30 June 2023: Conference presentations, lunchtime finish

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About the Cairns Convention Centre

Conference Sponsor

Social Media

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When posting about the conference on social media, please use the official conference hashtag (#ASERA54), and if posting on Twitter, do tag us @ASERAeducation.

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