Please find the latest International Council for Associations for Science Education (ICASE) newsletter here for your reference.
The call for submissions for the 10th International OOFTAS Collective Symposium is now open (closes July 25, 2023). The theme for the symposium is “Expanding and deepening research into out-of-field”. This is a hybrid event that will take place in person (Glasgow) and online from the 20-21 August, 2023. More information can be found here.
The call for abstracts for the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA) 2023 conference is now open. Abstracts relating to the following themes and sub-themes are welcome: More details of the conference can be found below: Please click here for more information on the ATEA 2023 conference. Please click here for the conference guidelines.
The Science Teachers Association of NSW (STANSW) have a number of special events related to Science Education and Science Education research & planned for 2023. There is currently a call for abstracts for 2 of these events which are focussed on Science Assessment: #1: Years 7-10 Conference: Demystifying Science Assessment Info: https://www.stansw.asn.au/Web/Web/Professional-Learning/7-10/About.aspx?hkey=2c923684-7992-4167-8d57-293a5a465466 Call for Abstracts: https://www.cognitoforms.com/STANSW/_2023STACallForWorkshopPresenters710WORKSHOPPROPOSALFORM #2: Stage 6 Conference: Science
We report the very sad news that Dr. Reinders Duit passed away on 10 February 2023. Reinders was Professor of Physics Education at the Leibniz-Institute of Science and Mathematics Education (IPN) in Kiel, Germany. He was internationally known for his research and scholarship on conceptual change, students’ conceptions of a broad range of core physics
Message from RISE Editors-in-Chief (Kim Nichols, and Wendy Nielsen): RISE accepts proposals for Special Issues at any time, so please consider becoming a Guest Editor for RISE. Guidance for what to include in a proposal can be found here on the RISE website, and more detailed guidelines can be found in this document. We encourage proposals
April 3 and 4, 2023 In online courses, experiential learning refers to course- or field-based opportunities (e.g., simulations, eService-learning, co-ops, practicums, internships, community-based projects) that take place using the internet. Experiential Learning in Online Courses 2023 is a virtual symposium, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, that aims to bring together stakeholders
In honour of the late John Gilbert, the book entitled Supporting Self-Directed Learning in Science and Technology Beyond the School Years By Léonie J. Rennie, Susan M. Stocklmayer, and John K. Gilbert, first published by Routledge in 2019, has been become open access. The book is free to download in whole, or in part at this
The International Journal of Science Education (IJSE) are currently seeking submissions for a special issue entitled, “The Science Curriculum: Issues, tensions and Future Prospects”, edited by Victoria Millar, Wonyong Park and Justin Dillon. Abstract submissions are due by 31st March 2023. More information on the call for submissions can be found here.
We are delighted to announce the publication of a seminal paper on science communication training, which is significant for a variety of communicators and audiences. The paper is by Bruce Lewenstein and Ayelet Baram-Tsabari, and is entitled ‘How should we organize science communication trainings to achieve competencies?’ It has just been published in the latest