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RISE Special Issue: Tribute to the Memory of the Late Professor Peter Fensham

Announcing the recently published open access Special Issue of Research in Science Education (RISE), which commemorates of the life, work and influence of the late Emeritus Professor Peter Fensham AM on ASERA, and the field of Science Education. This issue was edited by Kim Nichols, Wendy Nielsen, Richard Gunstone, Léonie Rennie, and Rebecca Cooper, and contains …

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New Book from the Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA):

Christine Preston is the author of a new book, “Try this — Engaging Science/STEM learners in their first years of school”. The chapters that make up this book are a collection of articles originally published in in Teaching Science (the journal of the ASTA), with the proceeds going to the ASTA. More information can be …

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Registrations Open – NARST 2023 Annual International Conference

NARST are delighted to announce the opening of the registration for the NARST 96th Annual International Conference, which will be held on April 18-21, 2023 (April 28 for a virtual conference option), at the Hilton Chicago. The theme of the conference is reflecting on global science education reforms.  A full in-person registration will provide access …

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Lecturer in Education (Science Education) Position At Deakin University

A position has opened up at Deakin University, on the Burwood campus, for a Level B academic in Science Education. The position sits within a large and active research team at Deakin with strong links to the international science education community. The Deakin STEME group’s research encompasses a range of strong theoretical and methodological directions …

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Early Career Academic Appointments at Monash University (Science focused Applicants would be very welcome)

Lecturer in Teacher Professional Learning (Curriculum, Pedagogy or Assessment) – 2 positions Monash University are currently advertising two positions in the School of Curriculum, Teaching and Inclusive Education, Faculty of Education. These positions are for Early Career Academics in the area of Teacher Professional Learning. Successful candidates would: They are looking for people to break new …

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UNESCO NGO Forum: 21-22 November 2022 (Live stream will be available)

Organized by the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee, in cooperation with UNESCO and in partnership with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, the Forum will raise awareness and increase the reflection and engagement of NGO partners around the International Decade of Indigenous Languages (2022-2032) and the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030), two global …

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Science Teachers Association of NSW (STANSW) Resource Portal – Call for contributions

STANSW are currently building an online resource portal to enable their teachers to access current, topical and relevant science education research. If you are currently undertaking, have undertaken, or are intending to undertake, science education research in New South Wales, and would like to contribute to the teacher resource portal for the Science Teachers Association …

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Symposium on Intercultural STEAM Education at Macquarie University

Macquarie University’s STEAM project team are organising a symposium on intercultural STEAM education to be held at Macquarie University on 29 October 2022. The symposium will feature talks and workshops demonstrating how the arts (e.g. history, socio-cultural practices) serve as a vehicle for the learning and application of science concepts in STEAM classrooms in Australia …

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ICASE Newsletter July-August 2022:

The latest newsletter from the International Council of Associations for Science Education (ICASE) is out now, and can be accessed below. This newsletter includes a report on ASERA53 from our ICASE Representative and ASERA Board Member, Dr Carol Aldous.

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