Science Teaching and Learning SIG 122
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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 ST&L 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 2020 conference in San Francisco, CA (April 17-21), 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!

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

SIG awards: We have 2 awards - 1) Graduate Student Research Award (emphasis on research), and 2) Student Researcher Travel Award (emphasis on the need for travel assistance). Each recipient receives $700 to help offset the cost of attending AERA 2020. Please see the "Awards" section for more information as well as the application hyperlinks when they are available.

Sincerely,

Andrea C. Burrows
University of Wyoming
ST&L SIG Chair 2019-2020

 
 
Who We Are
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2019-2020 Science Teaching and Learning
SIG #122 Officers

SIG Chair 

Andrea C. Burrows

University of Wyoming
Andrea.Burrows@uwyo.edu
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Andrea.C.Burrows@gmail.com


Program Chair 

Bryan Henderson

Arizona State University
jbryanh@asu.edu 

Secretary and Treasurer

Helen Meyer

University of Cincinnati
helen.meyer@uc.edu

Graduate Student Representative

Gerald Tembrevilla

gerald.tembrevilla@alumni.ubc.ca

 

 
 
Awards
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The Science Teaching and Learning SIG Program 2020 Awards

 

 

Graduate Student Research Award

Student Researcher Travel Award


 

Award Descriptions
Emphasis is on research. $700 Award for a graduate (master's or doctoral) student who plans to attend AERA 2019 and present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG.

 Emphasis is on the need for travel assistance. $700 Award for a graduate (master's or doctoral) student who plans to attend AERA 2019 and present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG.




Award Deadlines: Dec 31, 2019 for 2020 award.
Recipients notified by February 15th, 2020.

** If you are interested in applying for one of these awards, please fill out the following form before 11 pm on December 31, 2019. **

Application link: https://forms.gle/V6eqRD5u8tKNKS5L6

Each recipient receives $700 to help offset the cost of attending AERA 2020. Please see the "Awards" section of the STL website (https://www.aera.net/SIG122/Science-Teaching-and-Learning-SIG-122) for more information.
*Notifications for winners will be sent out by late January/early February 2020. *

Descriptions:
1. Graduate Student Research Award
Award Description: $700 Award for a graduate (master's or doctoral) student who plans to attend AERA 2020 and present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG. 

Eligibility Criteria: Master's or doctoral student and has submitted an accepted proposal to the Science Teaching and Learning SIG proposal to be presented at AERA during the awarding year.

2. Student Research Travel Award
Award Description: $700 Award for a graduate (master's or doctoral) student who plans to attend AERA 2020 and present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG.

Eligibility Criteria: Master's or doctoral student and has submitted an accepted proposal to the Science Teaching and Learning SIG proposal to be presented at AERA during the awarding year.

 

 

 
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