ESERA Conference 2021 Call for Proposals

 

The ESERA 2021 Conference will be organised by the University of Minho (Braga, Portugal)

When: from 30 August to 3 September 2021.

Where: Online

Call for papers is now open. Submissions are due before 15 January 2021.

Information available at https://www.esera.org/news/esera-announcements/854-esera-conference-2021-call-for-proposals

 

Research Superstar!

A special report in The Australian newspaper has identified Australia's top 40 researchers. Amongst them is ASERA Board member, David Treagust from Curtin University. David was recognised for his research in science and engineering education. The full article is at https://specialreports.theaustralian.com.au/1540291/9/

David was also on this list in 2019. Congratulations and well deserved, David.

 

You are invited to an online conversation via Zoom on Discourse strategies for scientific literacy in a post-truth era 

 

IJSME 2022 Special Issue: Reading in Science and Mathematics Education

Guest Editors:
Associate Professor Kok-Sing Tang, Curtin University, Australia
Professor Sheau-Wen Lin, National Pingtung University, Taiwan
Professor Berinderjeet Kaur, National Institute of Education, Singapore

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:

Monash Education Futures Report on STEM Education

STEM education is a concept used broadly, but the practice of science, technology, engineering and mathematics isn’t well understood by society, institutions, politicians or policy makers.

Invitation to 2020 EECERA SIG ‘Digital Childhoods, Multimodality and STEM’ online meetings  

The European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) is an inclusive group of academics, teachers, practitioners and students who are interested in the researching Digital Childhoods, Multimodality and STEM. We have an eclectic mix of members from across the world who are all interested in how technologies are shaping and being shaped, by children.

2020 Contemporary Approaches to Research Symposium 

Hello colleagues,

The Contemporary Approaches to Research Symposium is going ahead this year. We have shifted to an online format over three mornings (9am – 1pm) from Monday the 23rd to Wednesday the 25th November, 2020. 

Invitation to a presentation -The Impact of Trauma on Learning: An East Meets West Approach with Alaine D. Duncan

 

ASERA members are invited to attend a free webinar hosted by the Peace Education Special Interest Group (SIG) of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).

When: Sunday 30 August, 1-3pm (EDT)

Register here for this free webinar: https://forms.gle/1Da2MGVyFpGDSBgK9

 

 

Call for papers - Special Issue of the Australian Journal of Education

This open call invites submissions for a Special Issue of the Australian Journal of Education to be published in November, 2021. The topic is: Learning progressions/trajectories in mathematics and science education.

Abstracts close: 30 October 2020

Forward abstracts of up to 500 words to Special Issue Editor: Greg Oates greg.oates@utas.edu.au and Rebecca Seah rebecca.seah@rmit.edu.au

Articles Due: April 2, 2021

Job opportunities - Nanyang Technology University

Nanyang Technological University has two academic positions for assistant professors in chemistry education/physics education + primary science education at NIE. For more information, please refer to the links:

https://ntu.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/NTU-Main-Campus-Singapore/Assistant-Professor-in-Chemistry-Education-Primary-Science-Education--NIE-_R00002866