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.
European Science Education Research Association

Visiting address:
Princetonplein 5
3584 CC Utrecht (De Uithof)
The Netherlands

Postal address:
Veilingpark 11
3962CM Wijk bij Duurstede
The Netherlands



Chamber of commerce registration:
KvK 75358492 

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