JRST – Call for Editorial Board Members

We are seeking applications to fill positions on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST). This year, we especially invite applicants with strong methodological skills of all sorts, but particularly in quantitative, mixed methods, and design studies. We are also especially interested in those with expertise in informal education, emerging …

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Marilyn Fleer elected into the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia

Congratulations to Marilyn Fleer for being elected as a fellow to the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia for her research into STEM in early childhood. Laureate Professor Marilyn Fleer is leading Australia’s first programmatic study of STEM in the early childhood years and is the Director of the Conceptual PlayLab at Monash University. More …

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Job Opportunity: Postdoctoral Research Associate in School Science Education using Citizen Science

Learning by Doing (LBD) is a research project funded by the New South Wales Department of Education and led by academics from the University of Sydney and Taronga Conservation Society. LBD aims to design, implement, and assess citizen science learning programs and frameworks for primary and secondary schools, to better engage students in science, enhance their …

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ASERA and ECR/HDR membership

ASERA is exploring how it can support its Higher Degree Research student (HDR) and Early Career Researcher (ECR) membership. All HDR/ECR members are invited to respond to a survey which comprises five questions and takes no more than 10 minutes. Survey responses will inform HDR/ECR initiatives in 2022. Please follow this link: https://qsurvey.qut.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_5pfIudPFH3v3moS If there are …

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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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