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Education in Science

Editor: Shaun Reason

Education in Science (EiS) is the house magazine of ASE and is sent to all members of ASE four times a year.  It is a professional rather than an academic journal, providing a means of communication between all sections of the membership – member to member – as well as being a key way of informing members about what ASE is doing on their behalf.

EiS has a wide appeal across the membership, covering all phases of education: early years, primary, secondary and post-16, as well as carrying material for teacher educators, student teachers, technicians, researchers, curriculum and professional developers, in the UK and worldwide.

Material includes:

  • Requested articles addressing topical issues in science education
  • Unsolicited articles about current issues and initiatives, projects and events
  • Letters and opinion pieces
  • Updates from ASE groups, committees and Headquarters
  • Short news items from other organisations


Can't get enough of EiS? Readers of the ASE's in-house magazine can access EiS Xtraadditional material in between issues with the launch of the online-only EiSXtra in November 2012.

Upcoming articles will be highlighted in the magazine.

Non-members of ASE may read selected articles from each issue of EiS, current and previous, offered as 'tasters' to give a flavour of the journal. These free articles are those listed on the Contents page without the padlocks alongside.  If you like what you see and would like to read more, why not join ASE?  Click here for more details.

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      Education in Science is the house magazine of the Association for Science Education and four issues are published per year (Sep, Nov, Feb, May) with additional material available on the ASE website. In this issue we discuss the future of science teacher education, how to support colleagues with effective behaviour management and how family learning nights raise the scientific interest of pupils. Plus some excellent regular features.


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