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).
Dear Member of ESERA
The journal Science & Education will be publishing a special anniversary issue(s) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the original publication of On the Origin of Species in 1859 and, coincidently, the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth.
The ESERA Selected Contributions book “Contributions from Science Education Research” is ready for distribution from Springer Science Business Media B.V. This book includes 37 edited papers from the most outstanding contribution in the ESERA Conference held in Barcelona in 2005.
A new report has been published by EURYDICE.
CSSE invite you to contribute to scholarly discussions in relation to
cultural studies in science education on the BLOG: blogs.springer.com/csse
Are student enrolments in Science and Technology studies really going down?
The book "Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World - dilemmas, needs and partnerships", that contains the selected papers which are the achievement of XI IOSTE Symposium was published a few weeks ago. The contents of the book can be found on the web site: http://ioste11.umcs.lublin.pl/book.htm