This project is a living reference work that will be continuously updated with new issues appearing annually.

Eighth International Conference to Review Research in Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (epiSTEME 8) January 3 - 6, 2020, Mumbai, India


Call for papers - Special Issue on: The Consequence And Potential Of Teaching Science Out-of-field.

Submissions should focus explicitly on the phenomenon of teaching out-of-field in the sciences.

Submissions will need to follow the Author Guidelines found at the Journal of Science Teacher Education.
Previously published manuscripts will not be considered for this special issue.

For more information, please see the attached.

Open Call for a Special Issue on: Science and Mathematics Teacher Educators and their Professional Growth

Submissions will need to follow the Instructions for Authors found at the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education (IJSME).
Previously published manuscripts will not be considered for this special issue.
Both empirical studies and theoretical papers are welcome.

PhD Scholarship Opportunity at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education – STEM Education


We are seeking an outstanding candidate with a STEM teaching background for a three-year PhD scholarship attached to our ARC Discovery Project entitled Teaching how to learn: Promoting self-regulated learning in STEM classes to be based at the University of Melbourne.

The scholarship includes:

Associate Professor Linda Hobbs

Deakin University

A few months ago, there was an invitation for ASERA members to  submit a paper for a Special Issue of the journal 'Education Sciences', focused on "Interactive Simulations and Innovative Pedagogy for Conceptual Understanding in Science Education" 


Details of the Special Issue are available here:


10th SMTE – Envisioning the Future: The Role of STEM Education in Educational Reform

You are invited to submit an abstract to present at this conference.

Hosted by Mauritius Institute of Education in Collaboration with School of Education, Curtin University. 

When: 6-9 November, 2019

Where: Mauritius

Submission Deadline: 30th June 2019


Fostering Epistemological Junctures when Designing for Interdisciplinary Learning

Monday 18 March, 1.00 pm—3.00 pm
Deakin Downtown
Level 12, Tower 2 Collins Square,
727 Collins Street, Docklands

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education is currently segregated by discipline. Recent efforts to improve instruction in disciplines emphasise a turn toward practice, positioning students to participate in approximations to some of the epistemological means by which STEM professionals generate and revise knowledge.

International Council of Associations for Science Education 

Including new of the ICASE World Conference on Science and Technology Education 2-6 December 2019 Pattaya, Thailand.

Read online: January/February newsletter.