ESERA encourages members to form Special Interest Groups (SIGs) addressing particular research areas or methodological approaches.
Information about the Science Education Research Series, the international, multidisciplinary book series of the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA).
Download the full interview by Manuela Welzel-Breuer, ESERA President, for the publication International Innovation, a leading global dissemination publication that provides unique access to bespoke interviews, content and presentations from for the wider scientific, technology and research communities.
Find out more about the upcoming eProceedings for the ESERA 2013 conference.
Important message from the ESERA2013 LOC regarding the submission of manuscripts for the ESERA2013 E-proceedings.
ESERA is offering up to six travel awards, of between 500 and 1000 euros each, to enable people who are currently enrolled in doctoral studies or who were awarded their doctorate after 1st January 2011 to travel to research venues.
Find out more about the ESERA2013 Pre-conference Educational Field Trip that will take place at the Cyprus Centre of Environmental Research and Education (CY.C.E.R.E.).
During the ESERA 2013 conference we have organized special sessions for Early Career Researchers.
At the second meeting of their representatives during the 2013 International NARST conference the presidents of NARST, Lynn A. Bryan, and of ESERA, Manuela Welzel-Breuer, signed a common Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
The review results have just been announced for our conference. Read on for important information regarding the Conference registration and bookings.
Find out more about the upcoming ESERA Conference that will be taking place in Cyprus in September 2013..
The ESERA Board has accepted a proposal to hold the ESERA 2015 International Conference in Helsinki from 31.8 – 4.9.2015.
The ESERA board has accepted a proposal to host the 2014 ESERA Summer School at the COMU Dardanos Campus in Turkey.
ESERA is offering up to six travel awards, of between 500 and 1000 euros each, to enable people who are currently enrolled in doctoral studies or who were awarded their doctorate after 1st January 2010 to travel to research venues.
It was a wonderful week in Bad Honnef, Germany!
Just at the beginning of the 11th ESERA summer school, at July 22th, the weather turned to be sunny, hot and bright. 49 students from 19 countries met for a whole week at the beautiful Physikzentrum Bad Honnef (the conference center of the German Physical Society) in order to present and discuss in very detail their PhD projects in the field of science education research. The students have been supported and advised by 18 researchers from 10 countries. Serving the students as staff members, the researchers offered a special coaching, but also lectures and workshops. The 2012 ESERA summer school was organized by Manuela Welzel-Breuer, Maria Breuer, Michael Schallies and Matthias Laukenmann (University of Education Heidelberg).