Efforts to introduce a balanced science curriculum from the mid-19th century to the present day.
A model of socio-scientific inquiry-based learning to foster democratic citizenship is justified and discussed through examples.
This small-scale case study reports the views of six teachers in one science department on teaching about the nature of science in the current Engl
A lighthearted overview of the 2018 ASE Annual Conference by our roving report, Roger McCune!
The role of questioning in the science classroom, built on the author's experience of trying to develop the skill.
A conversation between Steve Pickett and Lynne Bianchi exploring the relationship that has unfolded between science and music.
An introduction by our Annual Conference Secretary to this special issue celebrating the best of the 2018 ASE Annual Meeting in Liverpool.
All the latest news including:
The Association for Science Education
Tom Pringle (AKA Dr Bunhead) shares some ideas for powering up the classroom by turning STEM into STEAM.
Meiosis using Lego building bricks; Making sense of the biochemistry of proteins with Blu-Tack; Teaching and learning aids; Investigating rusting:
The winner and shortlist for the 2017 ASE Book of the Year Award - four exceptional titles that support our vision that science is for all.