Science Teaching and Learning SIG 122
 
SIG Purpose
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The Science Teaching and Learning SIG is a community comprised of discipline specialists, curriculum developers, educational researchers, classroom experts, and policymakers concerned with research on science teaching and learning. The ST&L SIG provides a platform to engage education stakeholders in analyzing, problematizing, challenging, and deepening the discourse in science and related disciplines to the end of influencing education in and out of the classroom for all learners.

 
 
Message from SIG Chair
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Dear STL Members,

On behalf of the Science Teaching and Learning (ST&L) SIG Officers, we would like to welcome you. We are honored to represent a vibrant community dedicated to advancing our understanding of teaching and learning within the various science domains. We are planning a variety of formal and informal activities for the upcoming AERA 2018 conference in New York (April 13-17), which range from specialized sessions to networking opportunities for  graduate students. Please reach out to any of our SIG officers should you have any questions about our SIG or the upcoming conference. We look forward to meeting you in New York!

We would like to share some important opportunities with our SIG members:

  • SIG awards are now open. We have 3 awards - Early Career Researcher Travel Award, Student Researcher Travel Award, and our more recent Civic Action and Social Engagement (CASE) Award. Each recipient will receive $600 to help offset the cost of attending AERA 2018. Please see the "Awards" section for more information as well as the application hyperlinks. 
  • We are in the process of holding elections for a Program and Program Chair positions. Each position is a 1 year commitment but please keep in mind that there is an  automatic succession such that the person elected as Program Co-Chair shall automatically assume the office of Program Chair following the completion of one term as Program Co-Chair; and then shall automatically assume the office of Chair following the completion of one term as Program Chair. We hope you will consider running for one of these positions. 

Sincerely,


Enrique Jose Lopez

ST&L SIG Chair 2017-2018

 
 
Who We Are
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2017-2018 Science Teaching and Learning SIG #122 Officers

SIG Chair 

Enrique Jose Lopez

University of Colorado Boulder

enrique.lopez@colorado.edu

Program Chair 

Susan Gunn

Davenport University

Susan.Gunn@davenport.edu

Secretary and Treasurer

Andrea Burrows

University of Wyoming

andrea.c.burrows@gmail.com

Graduate Student Representative

Katie Schenkel

Michigan State University

schenk13@msu.edu

 
 
Awards
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The Science Teaching and Learning SIG Program 2018 Awards

 

 

Early Career Researcher Travel Award

Student Researcher Travel Award

Civic Action and Social Engagement (CASE) 2018 Award

Award Descriptions
$600 Award for an education researcher who plans to attend AERA and plans to present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG.

$600 Award for an undergraduate or graduate (master's or doctoral) student who plans to attend AERA 2018 and present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG.

$600 Award to recognize and support the work of an individual or a group who engages in holistic STEM education initiatives (research, program design, projects, teaching, etc...) that address issues of equity and social justice in their communities of practice and aims to empower participants to engage in civic action.
Award Hyperlinks
Early Career Travel Award
Student Research Travel Award
  CASE Award

Award Deadlines: January 5th, 2018. Recipients notified by January 19th, 2018.

 





 
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