Call for papers: Special issue of RISE

Special issue on “Early Career Innovations in Science Education Research”Historically, science education research has been aligned with a collection of familiar topics and ideas: inquiry-based learning, conceptual understanding and research on multiple representations, to name a few. Today, science education research is considerably more varied. The scope of traditional journals has widened to include topics …

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Seeking NSW Government primary teachers to complete a survey

James Deehan, Amy MacDonald and Chris Morris are launching a new primary science research project. They are seeking primary teachers in NSW government schools to complete a 10-minute survey (click here). All participants will go into a draw to win a $50 gift card for themselves and a $1000 science resource pack for their school. …

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2021 National Summit on Teaching Out-of-field

https://ooftas-collective.org/toofsummitYou are invited to attend the online 2021 National Summit on Teaching Out-of-field (‘TOOF’) online 21-23 October 2021, at which invited presenters will offer views through different lenses on the TOOF phenomenon. TOOF generally refers to when teachers teach subjects or year-levels they are not qualified to teach, and is an integral part of our …

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Deakin STEM Education Conference 2021

Program AnnouncedWith 4 weeks until the conference, we’ve organised an impressive lineup of keynote speakers, presenters and workshops and are excited to announce that the full program has now been finalised. Browse the program by the link below. Downloadable Program HereOnline ConferenceDue to coronavirus restrictions, this year’s conference will be held entirely online. A separate website …

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Book written by ASERA members

ASERA members Kathy Paige and David Lloyd and co-author Richard Smith have launched their new book which encourages educators to ‘include the principles of eco-justice in their own classrooms and in communities that connect to their local place’. Intergenerational Education for Adolescents towards Liveable Futures is now available in a paper back version for £25.99 (about $47AU) at www.cambridgescholars.com.  It …

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UniSA Position: Snr Lecturer/Assoc Professor: Early Childhood Science and/or Maths Education

This position is at University of South Australia. Core Responsibilities Develop, coordinate and teach Early Childhood Science and/or Mathematics Education courses while maintaining their high quality Provide academic leadership to support UniSA Education Futures’ teaching and learning initiatives Conduct nationally and internationally recognised research and disseminate research outcomes through relevant and appropriate channels Actively contribute …

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