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ASE International Journal

Editor: Mary Whitehouse 

ASE International is sent to all international members of the Association for Science Education (ASE), as well as non-member delegates attending the most recent ASE Annual Conference. 

This journal is a new benefit for international members of ASE, working outside the UK. Our international membership is very diverse; there are teachers working in international schools teaching the UK curriculum, others are working across the world teaching the local curricula, sometimes with very limited resources and, of course, we also have international technician members, teacher trainers and researchers. We hope that, over time, the content of this journal will reflect that diversity. 

Partners: ASE is very grateful to the partners for their support for the three issues in 2017/18: Timstar, Gratnells and Data Harvest. In addition to their generous funding, each partner will be providing editorial pieces in each issue to help and support international teachers and technicians in their work.

Publication dates: August, January, April 

ISSN: 2515-110X 

Submission details: ASE would welcome submissions from anyone interested in teaching or working in school science internationally. Articles and short news pieces should be sent to Jane Hanrott, Executive Editor, at in the first instance   as a Word document, and should be no longer than 4000 words.

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The second edition of this new online ASE journal, focusing on the needs of our members who work in a variety of contexts outside the UK, and available to ASE international members, includes a number of articles specially written for the journal as well as a range of articles from other ASE periodicals. We have a great example from The Netherlands of how practical work can engage students in good science; an account of challenging STEM activities in a Bangkok school; a piece about thinking like scientists in the early years; nature of science in multicultural secondary classrooms; and an article on using social media in primary science. Together with news and updates from our partners, this issue of ASE International promises to be just as engaging as the first!


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