During the last decades the Netherlands have been at the forefront of innovation in science and mathematics education. Currently Dutch curriculum development projects are in progress for mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry and advanced integrated science and mathematics.
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) offers a range of opportunities to study in Japan for senior and juniors faculty and post-docs for 2 weeks, one month, 6 months, two years...
Emeritus Professor David Layton, OBE, former Professor of Science Education, died on 28 November 2010.
The University of Münster, Department of Physics, Program of Elementary Science Education, invites applications for the following position, starting in April 2011: Professor of Early Childhood Science Education (W2), funded by the German Telekom Foundation.
Dear Colleague,The two of us are President (Michael Reiss) and Director (Martin Rogers) of the newly formed International Association for Science and Religion in Schools.
The ESERA Executive Board invites bids to host the ESERA Conference 2013 and the ESERA Summer School 2014. The conferences are self-financing, although a small grant from ESERA (currently 5.000 Euros) may be used to support the attendance of participants from central and eastern Europe.
ESERA is offering up to six travel awards of up to 500 Euro each to enable people who are currently enrolled in doctoral studies or who have completed their doctoral studies on any date after 1st January 2008.
Special issue guest editors:
Iztok Devetak (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)J
anez Vogrinc (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
During 2011, the International Journal of Science Education will be further developed into International Journal of Science Education
Lakehead University seeks to attract internationally recognized and respected scholars external to the University to be considered for a SSHRC Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in the following research area:Canada Research Chair in Mathematics, Science and Technology (MST) Education.
Call for papers for the Chemistry Education Research and Practice special issue on ‘Diagnostic assessment in chemistry’. Editors: David Treagust and Mei-Hung Chiu
SETAC (Science Education As a Tool for Active Citizenship) is funded by the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme and focuses on science education as among the fundamental tools for developing active citizens in the knowledge society. It is aimed at teachers, students, museum explainers and explores the themes of Health, Energy, Climate Change.
The International Journal of Gender Science and Technology is an important new publication which brings together research, case studies and perspectives from academics, practitioners and policy makers in this area.
The special edition of IJMSE focuses on the PISA project now it has completed a full cycle of administration – reading, mathematics and science – to look at the how PISA has been used in participating countries and with what consequences, and to identify research potentials and policy directions emanating from this international assessment initiative.
Silke Mikelskis-Seifert, Ute Ringelband, Maja Brückmann (Eds.)
Eastern Mediterranean University is pleased to announce the first international conference on undergraduate science education; Frontiers in Science Education Research 2009 (FISER’09).