ESERA was formed at the European Conference on Research in Science Education held in Leeds, England, in April 1995.

The aims of ESERA are to:
  • Enhance the range and quality of research and research training in science education in Europe.
  • Provide a forum for collaboration in science education research between European countries.
  • Represent the professional interests of science education researchers in Europe.
  • Seek to relate research to the policy and practice of science education in Europe.
  • Foster links between science education researchers in Europe and similar communities elsewhere in the world.


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Welcome to the new ESERA website!

We have launched our new website. Our goal is to create a better experience for our members and other visitors to our website.

All active ESERA members must have received an email with login details; your username and password remains the same. (Please check your junk folder if you have not received an email).

You can also check the video below on how to update your password and profile:

SIG memberships will be enabled in the near future.

For other inquiries please feel free to ask for support by contacting us via the website at: contact form