11th International Conference on Science, Mathematics, Technology and Education (icSMTE)

As a legacy from Science Mathematics Education Centre (SMEC), now STEM research group (STEMrg) at School of Education, Curtin University we continue to organise International Conference on Science, Mathematics, Technology and Education (icSMTE) in different parts of the world. Following the successful conferences in Vietnam, South Africa, Canada, Thailand, Taiwan Oman, Indonesia, Malaysia and Mauritius,  […]

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Lecturer in Learning and Teaching at Monash University

Monash University’s Faculty of Education is seeking a Level B lecturer in Learning and Teaching, with those who have disciplinary expertise in Science, Arts (Visual or Performing), or Digital Technologies being highly desired.  Applications close Monday 27 May 2024, 11:55pm AEST More information on the position can be found here: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/513/cw/en/job/664278/lecturer-in-learning-and-teaching

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What counts as evidence in teacher education research and policy?

Wednesday May 15, 5.00-6.30pm   Please join us for an online forum and panel discussion What counts as evidence in teacher education research and policy? jointly hosted by AARE, ATEA and ACDE. REGISTER HERE Teacher education continues to be the subject of multiple reviews, reports, and reforms. Questions about what good teacher education looks like, what’s working, what’s missing or what needs

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Professor of Practice – STEM Education Role at the University of Sydney

The Sydney School of Education and Social Work (SESW) has received philanthropic funding to hire a 0.2 FTE Professor of Practice in STEM education.  This role allows an experienced and innovative practitioner to support the impact of the work/inform research and teaching programs at the SESW.  Applications close on 16th May 2024. More information can be found at this link: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/unijobs/listing/368708/professor-of-practice-stem-education/?LinkSource=PremiumListing

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Opportunities to submit abstracts for STANSW Events in 2024

There are currently a number of opportunities for speakers / writers to submit abstracts for Science Teachers Association of NSW Conferences and publications (the deadline for these has been extended until the end of March): STANSW Annual Conference 2024: Hands-on Science! June 17-18, 2024, Macquarie University https://stansw.asn.au/Web/Professional-Learning/STANSW-Conference/Conference-Details.aspx?WebsiteKey=343c69df-ca31-4154-b267-08d6aba9308f STANSW 7-10 Conference: Engaging with the new Syllabus,

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Call for Papers: JOST Special Issue on GenAI, Pre-Service Teachers, and Science Education

The guest editors for this special issue are excited to invite contributions to the Journal of Science Education and Technology (JOST, Q1, H-index 74) for its upcoming special issue titled Intersections of Mind and Machine: Exploring the Convergence of Generative AI, Science Education, and Pre-Service Teachers. This invitation extends to researchers, educators, and policymakers who

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Registrations open: NARST 2024 Annual Conference

Dear ASERA colleagues, NARST — a global organization for improving science education through research, has the annual international conference coming up on March 8, 2024 (one day online conference) and March 17-20, 2024 (in-person in Denver, Colorado, which includes access to the online conference as well). You are invited to register at https://narst.org/conferences/2024-annual-conference to participate in either

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