Education Sciences

The Journal of Technology and Science Education (JOTSE) has been created as a contribution to the development and improvement of scientific and technological education by constituting a common space to share experiences to all those who, somehow, are involved in the teaching and learning processes of engineering studies, in all modalities. E. 2000. “A Vision for What Science Education Should Be Like for the First Twenty-Five Years of a New Millennium.” School Science and Mathematics 100:327-341. The¬†International Journal of Environmental and Science Education¬†(IJESE) publishes original research articles from throughout the world in the fields of education, social sciences, engineering, and environmental science.

The school education component of the Australian Technology and Science Growth Plan will commission the development of a range of curriculum resources to assist schools with the delivery of Artificial Intelligence (AI) content in the Australian Curriculum. These resources will engage students and support the professional learning of teachers in addition to building the AI capability of both businesses and workers and provide new employment opportunities.

Bureau of Meteorology – offers a wide range of educational resources including lesson plans, brochures and information about weather phenomena and availability of weather kits. If you live in regional or rural Australia, regional offices welcome school visits, subject to availability of staff and operational requirements. If you are considering a career in teaching and have a strong interest in science, this may be the course for you. This four-year programme attracts students who have excellent communication skills, and are strongly motivated and passionate about science teaching.

In addition to teaching classes and reporting research findings, you’ll regularly travel to education science conferences to meet with peers and discuss the latest advances in your field. Other career opportunities for graduates may include positions in public policy or education consulting in the private sector. E. 1980. The Iowa-UPSTEP Program: Final Report. Iowa City: University of Iowa, Science Education Center.

Colin Johnson was the Director and CEO of Techniquest in Cardiff, Wales, from 1997 to 2004. Prior to joining the Techniquest staff in 1990, he had taught high school science, worked with pre-service and in-service teachers, authored a popular textbook, and worked in curriculum development. Johnson has been active in both ECSITE and ASTC, including serving on the ASTC Board of Directors.