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Bringing together international experiences in science education: The ASE International Journal

11 September 2017

Bringing together international experiences in science education: The ASE International Journal

For educators working across the world to improve science education for all young people

We have just launched a new publication for the international science education community that aims to bring together science educators to share ideas, research and practice from around the world.

Download ASE International Journal: Issue 1 (This first issue is open-access)

This issue features the following articles:

  • Research: Talking and thinking using concept cartoons: what have we learnt?
  • Primary: A whole day of bees? BUZZ OFF! 
  • Practical science: Heat transfer in a paper cup 
  • International science education: Moving from citizen to civic science 
  • Technicians: Technicians’ Support Groups: New Zealand

About International Membership

The Association for Science Education is an active professional learning community with an international network. It has been supporting all those involved in science education from pre-school to higher education. 

Subsequent issues of the International Journal are available to those who join ASE's International Network as members from just £45.00 GBP per annum. In addition you will receive access to Education in Science and discounts on our events and publications. All members help to support ASE's work to ensure that all children receive an excellent science education. Join our professional network today.

Have an idea for the next issue?

We 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 janehanrott@ase.org.uk 

Acknowledgements

ASE is grateful to our partners for their support for the International Journal in 2017/18: TimstarGratnells and DataHarvest.