Australasian Science Education Research Association Conference

The 50th anniversary ASERA Conference will be held from July 2–5 in Queenstown, bringing together science education researchers and educators to share ideas that change science education. See

NZIP & Physikos 2019 Conference

The University of Canterbury will host the 19th Conference of the New Zealand Institute of Physics, incorporating Physikos, the New Zealand Physics Teachers Conference. The venue is the brand new Ernest Rutherford building in the Regional Science and Innovation Centre, the centrepiece of transformation of the… Read More

School Laboratory Safety Courses

See the two flyers below for information about Safety in School Laboratory courses running in March 2019, with discounts for NZASE members. Half-Day Courses 1 Day Courses… Read More

NZASE Science Network of Expertise

The New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE) has been funded by the Ministry of Education as part of the Networks of Expertise initiative to grow and develop existing and new curriculum, teaching and learning networks. For more information, read the flyer here. Read More

Applications for the Youth EnviroLeaders Forum (YELF) 2019 are open!

The Sir Peter Blake Trust and The Ministry for the Environment are seeking 55 year 11-13 secondary school students passionate about the environment for a week-long leadership development adventure! They will have the opportunity to address topical environmental issues facing our country, and develop strategies to address them. Read More

NZASE Vacancy – Science Communicator Position

The New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE) is seeking a Science Communicator to join its team. The Science Communicator will create, source, edit and proofread materials for the NZASE websites and regular newsletters to members. This part-time position requires science research writing and editing skills and the ability to… Read More

RFP – Network of Expertise for NZASE

NZASE has secured a funding agreement with the Ministry of Education as part of the Networks of Expertise initiative to grow and develop teaching and learning networks.   If you are interested in submitting a proposal please read the RFP here and use the Response… Read More

Unlocking Curious Minds

MBIE has released the call for proposals for the 2019 round of funding through Unlocking Curious Minds – a contestable fund which supports projects that help potential and future citizen scientists, particularly young New Zealanders aged 18 years and under, learn about and engage with science and technology. Read More