About this journal. With a Bachelor’s degree in education science you learn to work and think in a multidisciplinary way. This enables you to act professionally in the field between people, organisations and society. You acquire a broad understanding of the entire field of education and are able to analyse the roles played by learning, education and pedagogics in schools, businesses and political institutions. You also gain an insight into how the knowledge society functions, and how best to manage an organisation and supervise the people it employs.
The statistics that are provided in the education section range over topics as diverse as school demographics, bullying, performance and benchmarks, success rates , enrollment, funding, costs, student loans and debt, income and salaries, majors and degree types, rankings, institutions, educational structures, technology, and classroom conditions, among others.
Through a mixed mode approach of online and face-to-face teaching and learning, participants learn to write critical reviews of academic and professional articles in science education as well as developing theoretical frameworks from which to analyse their own practice. The module is suitable for participants involved in science teaching in primary, secondary or tertiary education and for science educators in other fields such as museum education.
Science & Education publishes research using historical, philosophical, and sociological approaches in order to improve teaching, learning, and curricula in science and mathematics. In addition, the journal disseminates accounts of lessons, units of work, and programs at all levels of science and mathematics that have successfully utilized history and philosophy.
The Polish authorities presented and discussed with the PSF panel of experts the strengths and weaknesses of the Polish R&I system and the rationale behind the PSF Peer Review which will form an important background for the forthcoming reforms of Higher Education and Science. The reforms will be based on three pillars proposed in the new Strategy for Higher Education and Science: Constitution for Science, Innovations for the economy, and Science for You The operational recommendations tackling such issues as models of higher education institutions and their evaluation, career development of researchers, links between the higher education sector and the other actors of the innovation system as well as the internationalisation of the science and higher education sectors, will be released by the PSF panel in September 2017.