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ASERA ECR Workshop

ASERA is proud to sponsor a workshop for Early Career Researchers (up to 5 years post PhD) or emerging researchers (close to completion of their PhD).Tuesday 24th June 9am – 4pm* Prior to the ASERA conference *Surfers Paradise Marriot Resort & SpaThe workshop will be facilitated by Dr Anne Hume and Associate Professor Donna King and […]

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Call for papers – International Conference in Germany

The Interplay of Theory and Practice in Teacher EducationDate of conference: 20th – 22nd August, 2018 Location: Koblenz, Germany Call for abstracts closes 15 April, 2018 for contributions, theme sessions and posters  Please submit your abstract by April 15, 2018 via ConfTool: https://www.conftool.net/mosaikconference2018/ See the above website or the attached for more details. Download PDF

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PhD Scholarship available

A PhD scholarship is available in Deakin’s School of Education, Faculty of Arts and Education. The PhD student will initiate and conduct research on the topic ‘Enriching mathematics and science learning: An interdisciplinary approach’ led by Prof Russell Tytler. The successful applicant will be based at the Melbourne Burwood Campus. Applications close April 30, 2018. More information can be found

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Special Issue of ‘Education Sciences’ – Interactive Simulations and Pedagogy

Invitation to submit a paper.Interactive simulations – online virtual lab activities – like the ones produced by the PhET project at the University of Colorado are almost ubiquitous in Australian senior secondary physics classrooms, and are spreading to other science disciplines. They are attractive to teachers and students, but the evidence about their effectiveness for

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iAwards – entries close 3 April, 2018

Entries for the iAward have been extended to close on 3 April, so there’s still time to encourage school students to enter their outstanding work! And it’s free to enter! Projects can be completed in the school or outside the classroom. Students have the opportunity to: Participate in up to three competition stages – state, national and internationalReceive valuable feedback during

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Fifth Biennial Conference of the World Federation of Associations for Teacher Education

The Fifth Biennial Conference of the World Federation of Associations for Teacher Education (WFATE),   will be held  on 9-11 July 2018 at ACU, East Melbourne. The conference website can be accessed at: https://federation.edu.au/wfate2018   WFATE extends a call for abstracts for conference submissions in response to the general conference theme ‘Transformative Teacher Education in Local and Global Contexts’. Presenters should indicate

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PM’s Prizes for Excellence in Science Teaching

PM’s Prizes for Excellence in Science Teaching – opening soon! Do you know an amazing science, mathematics, or technology teacher? Do they support, encourage, and inspire students to be their best? Do they deserve to be recognised and honoured on the national stage?   If this sounds like a teacher you know, consider nominating them for the Prime Minister’s Prizes

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Science by Doing – new Human Endeavour PL

The Science by Doing team have developed a new professional learning module. The module is Science as a Human Endeavour. Unfortunately little has been written about this important strand of the Australian science curriculum. In the module, science as a human endeavour is explained in detail with numerous practical examples. The importance and implications of the strand is also

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