ESERA 2023 Summer School
ESERA 2023 - Cappadokia
JRST Special Issue: Science Teaching, Learning, and Assessment with 21st Century, Cutting-Edge Digital Ecologies
Journal of Research in Science Teaching announces the release of its special issue, Science Teaching, Learning, and Assessment with 21st Century, Cutting-Edge Digital Ecologies. The works in this special issue present excellent examples of recent developments in research on digital technologies and ecologies on science teaching, learning and assessment, highlighting their potential for transforming science education, as well as generate promising areas for future research.
ESERA 2021 Conference Update
Considering the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the related uncertainty around planning and travel, the ESERA Board has decided to hold an exclusively virtual conference. The dates of the conference (30th August to 3rd September 2021) remain the same. Further details including a call for papers will be announced in due course.
ESERA Executive Board
ESERA 2023 Conference: Call for proposals 10/2020
The ESERA Executive Board invites proposals from established science education research groups to host the ESERA 2023 Conference.
Interested colleagues’ proposals (in electronic form) should reach ESERA board member, Bob Evans before January 31, 2021. Questions about the proposal are welcome before then. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ESERA Summer School 2022: Call for proposals 10/2020
The ESERA Executive Board invites proposals from established science education research groups to host the ESERA 2022 Summer School.
Interested colleagues’ proposals (in electronic form) should reach ESERA board member, Bob Evans before February 28, 2021. Questions about the proposal are welcome before then. E-mail: email@example.com
Lichtenberg Phd Scholarship
to be awarded as soon as possible for a period of three years.
The holder of the scholarship will be part of the Physics Education Group at the Institute for Mathematics and Physics Education (IDMP) at the Leibniz University Hannover. The topic of this PhD work is “Formative Assessment in the Classroom supported by Machine Learning.”
Call for Papers in a Special Issue of IJSME
IJSME 2022 Special Issue: Reading in Science and Mathematics Education
The editors invite you to submit an article for a special issue on “Reading in Science and Mathematics Education” focusing on topics related to, but not excluding, the following:
Reading Instruction in Science and Mathematics
Reading Comprehension in Science and Mathematics
Reading to Learn in Science and Mathematics
Reading Medium for Science and Mathematics
Teacher Preparation for Reading in Mathematics and Science
Reading in Science and Mathematics Education for Special Needs and Language Minority Students
Reading Science and Mathematics in CLIL (Content-Language Integrated Learning) and other Multilingual Language Learning Contexts
Reading Science and Mathematics in Out-of-school and Multicultural Contexts (e.g., citizen science, ethno mathematics)
Reading in relation to other Literacy and Multimodal Practices of Science and Mathematics (e.g., writing, talking, drawing, graphing, manipulating)
Critical Reading for Scientific and Mathematics Literacy in a Post-truth era
Associate Professor Kok-Sing Tang, Curtin University, Australia
Professor Sheau-Wen Lin, National Pingtung University, Taiwan
Professor Berinderjeet Kaur, National Institute of Education, Singapore
Submit abstracts of up to 500 words to Kok-Sing Tang (firstname.lastname@example.org) by February 15, 2021. Full papers are due by June 30, 2021.
More information can be found at: https://www.springer.com/journal/10763/updates/18319338
Special Issue of Science & Education
A special issue of the journal Science & Education with the title “Nature of STEM? Epistemic Underpinnings of Integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in Education” has been published and is available at the following link:
Call for Papers: Journal of Baltic Science Education
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education curriculum and instructional design continuously undergo reforms that aim to prepare learners for the challenges of the 21st century (Hoeg & Bencze, 2017; Pietarinen, Pyhältö & Soini, 2017).
The NARST Graduate Student Committee is hosting a webinar on “Navigating the Job Market
Dear Graduate Student,
This is an opportunity to discuss the process of the job search in light of the current situation and ask questions to prepare yourself for the future. The points of discussion include a) job-market experiences as a recent graduate student, current post-doc, and assistant professor; b) preparing for the interviewing process, creating a timeline and application materials; and c) applying for positions in teaching universities versus research universities.
Join us for the webinar on June 16, 2020, at 12 pm EST. Register at https://bit.ly/3gM2Hlz.
The event is open to all graduate students. Therefore, NARST membership is not required. Spread the word and follow us on Twitter using hashtags #NARSTGrads and #NARST2020.
ESERA 2021 Conference in Braga, Portugal
In light of the continuing Covid-19 pandemic worldwide and the associated uncertainties regarding travel, the ESERA Board has decided that the next conference due to take place in Braga, Portugal from 30th August to 3rd September 2021 will take place in a hybrid fashion.
ESERA 2023 - Cappadokia
Established in 1995, ESERA aims to enhance scientific
literacy for all through research in science education.
research findings and professional development of researchers from different career stages.