on Science and Technology Education Standing Committee
Message from Chair:
Welcome to the webpage of the ICASE World Conference on
Science and Technology Education. The recent series of ICASE
World Conferences were conceived by Dr. Robin Groves, former
ICASE President (2001-2004) and former Chair of the World
Conference Standing Committee (2003-2010). ICASE World
Conferences have taken place in Penang, Malaysia (2003),
Perth, Australia, (2007, Tartu, Estonia (2010), and in 2013
on the island of Borneo in Kuching, Malaysia.
We hope to see you in Antalya, Turkey (September 2016) for
the 5th ICASE World Conference!
Ben Akpan, email@example.com
Paper: World Conference on Science and Technology Education
The World Conferences bring together policy makers, curriculum
developers, scientists, science and university educators and
researchers, science teacher association officers and of course
primary and secondary science teachers.
As well as the usual conference sessions, the World Conference
organisers timetable discussion sessions for all delegates which
lead to the development of a Conference Declaration. The Declaration
makes recommendations for world progress in science and technology
education for the following three years. In Kuching, a separate
Conference Declaration will be made on the Environment.
Please check the conference website for information and involvement.
We are particularly interested in offering a special arrangement for
groups who can bring 200+ delegates, those who would like to support
the Conference and Exhibitors. A Call for Papers will be advertised
on the website in 2012.
Please join us for a most exciting, challenging and exotic
Read about The 4th ICASE World Conference on Science and Technology
The ICASE WorldSTE2013 Conference took place from 28 September – 3
October 2013 on the island of Borneo in Kuching, Malaysia.
The ICASE General Assembly took place on 29 September 2013, 124
delegates representing 15 paid ICASE member organizations from 10
countries (ICASE currently had 23 paid organizations representing 17
countries at that time, a number that has grown since then),
reviewed the ICASE Strategic Plan and accompanying Implementation
Plan, discussed financial aspects of the organization as well as
There were over 450 registered participants at the ICASE
WorldSTE2013 event and it was reported that there were over 500
participants at the larger STEM festival that took place at the same
time during the week. It was quite an event with a lot going on.
We thank the entire ICASE network for their contributions and active
participation throughout the conference via presentations, poster
sessions, panel discussions and input to the Kuching Declaration,
which is currently in review at UNESCO.
ICASE World STE2013 Conference: BORNEO, MALAYSIA
28 SEPTEMBER – 3 OCTOBER 2013
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