A team lead by Iva Stuchlikova from the University of South Bohemia will host the ESERA Summer School in 2016. The location will be on the campus of the University in České Budějovice in the Czech Republic.
106 students from 28 countries and 40 staff members from 16 countries applied. All proposals were divided into sessions which correspond with the fields of interests. The most numerous is session Physics Education with 22 proposals. Numbers of applications in other sections are following: Science Learning (18), Biology Education (12), Science Teaching (11), Chemistry Education (11), Science Teacher Education (9), Cultural, Social and Gender Issues (6), History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science (4), Curriculum, Evaluation and Assessment (3), Science Learning in Informal Contexts (3), Educational Technology (2) and Other (5).
The review process has ended in mid April and 49 students and 20 staff members were invited to participate. Two students and one staff representative from NARST were also nominated for taking part. The ESERA Summer School 2016 will be truly international (not only European) event, as the participating students will come from 24 countries, including overseas, like South Africa, Australia and USA.
Now , the time for preparation of participation starts, including revision of the students’ synopses, which we plan to summarize together with abstract of lectures and workshops into the SS 2016 booklet. Program is now finalized and further details concerning it and the venue will be soon published.
Deadline for submission of revised Synopses 1 June 2016
Summer school 22-26 July 2016
The organizing team is not working only on the program and reviewing, but also prepares interesting scientific and social program for the participants (lectures, workshops and as a social event e.g. visit to UNESCO site). We are looking forward to see you in Ceske Budejovice!
If you have any question, don't hesitate to write on the following address:firstname.lastname@example.org
- download the ESERA Summer School 2016 Flyer