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E-News Volume 6(5)

December 2010
ESERA
European Science Education Research Association

Editors ESERA Website:


Justin Dillon – King’s College London, United Kingdom http://www.esera.org
Koos Kortland – Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Table of contents
 ESERA Conference 2011
 ESERA Travel Awards 2011
 ESERA Conference 2013 and Summer School 2014: Call for bids
 Job Advertisements
 Obituary
 International Journal of Science Education
 3 Workshop on Education and Training, EARSel
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 International Association for Science and Religion in Schools


 Working with Science Studies and Science Education
This electronic newsletter is a service to the members of ESERA provided by
the ESERA Executive.
Earlier issues of this newsletter can be found on the ESERA Website.
The deadline for messages to be included in the next issue of this newsletter
is January 15, 2011.

ESERA Conference 2011 For more info go to the


Reminder: Deadline for submission of proposals for the ESERA Conference Conference Website:
2011 in Lyon, France: January 10, 2011. http://www.esera2011.fr

ESERA Travel Awards 2011 For more info go to the News


Reminder: Deadline for submission of expressions of interest for the ESERA Section of the ESERA Website
Travel Awards 2011: December 15, 2010.

ESERA Conference 2013 and Summer School 2014: Call for bids For more info go to the News
Reminder: Deadline for submission of bids to host the ESERA Conference Section of the ESERA Website
2013 and the ESERA Summer School 2014: January 31, 2011.

Job Advertisements For more info go to the News


 University of Hamburg, Germany: Junior Professorship with a focus on Section of the ESERA Website
chemistry education.
 University of Münster, Germany: Professorship of Early Childhood Science
Education.
If you are looking for a (new) job, you are advised to check the News Section
of the ESERA Website regularly.

Obituary
With great sadness, we have to announce that Emeritus Professor David
Layton, OBE, former Professor of Science Education, died on November 28,
2010.

International Journal of Science Education For more info go to the


IJSE and IJSE Part B: Science Communication and Public Engagement, now Membership Section of the
form the combined pack of journals available at an extremely reduced rate to ESERA Website and click on the
ESERA members. The prices for the combined package for 2011 are: EUR link to IJSE
109, GBP 84 and USD 136. Please note: the link to IJSE on the ESERA
Website might not yet show this offer.
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3 Workshop on Education and Training, EARSel For more info go to the EARSel
The Special Interest Group on Education and Training, European Association Website:
of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSel) organises its 3rd Workshop on http://www.earsel.org/SIG/ET
Education and Training. Venue: Prague, Czech Republic. Dates: May 31,
2011.
International Association for Science and Religion in Schools For more info go to the News
The newly formed International Association for Science and Religion in Section of the ESERA Website
Schools is in the process of setting up an e-mail distribution list for sharing
information, thoughts and views among colleagues. For inclusion in this list,
mail Michael Reiss: m.reiss@ioe.ac.uk

Working with Science Studies and Science Education For more info go to the ESHS
Workshop theme: How science works – and how to teach it. Organisers: the website:
European Society for the History of Science, the Department of Science http://www.eshs.org
Studies, and the Center for Science Education, Aarhus University. Venue:
Aarhus, Denmark. Dates: June 23-25, 2011.