Science Teaching and Learning SIG 122
Science Teaching and Learning SIG 122
 
SIG Purpose
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The Science Teaching and Learning (STL) 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 STL 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.
 
 
 
Who We Are
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2021-2022 Science Teaching and Learning
SIG #122 Officers

 

SIG Chair (2021-2022)

J. Bryan Henderson

Arizona State University
jbryanh@asu.edu 

Program Chair (2021-2022)

Lori Andersen

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
lori.andersen@hawaii.edu 

Program Co-Chair (2021-2022)

Chrissy Cross

Stephen F. Austin State University
crossc1@sfasu.edu

Secretary and Treasurer (2021-2022)

Colby Tofel-Grehl

Utah State University
colby.tg@usu.edu 

Graduate Student Representative

Nadia Qureshi

University of Toronto

nadia.qureshi@utoronto.ca

If you are a graduate student that is interested in serving the STL SIG, please email the SIG chair with a short rationale for wanting to join the STL leadership team and a short CV. Decisions on the graduate student representative are made by the whole STL leadership team. Please consider joining us!

 
 
Awards
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STL Awards

 

 

 

Early Career Researcher Best Paper Award

Graduate Student Research and Travel Awards

Civic Action and Social Engagement (CASE) Award [Coming in 2023]

 

Award Descriptions
$800 award for most exemplary paper first-authored by an early career researcher (no more than seven years since conferral of Ph.D.) who plans to attend AERA and present an accepted proposal in the Science Teaching and Learning SIG.

Graduate Student Research Award:


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

 

Graduate Student Travel Award


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

$800 award (to be divided if more than one author) recognizes holistic STEM education research that addresses issues of equity and social justice in their communities of practice and aims to empower STL SIG members to engage in civic action. This is not an award for activism, but instead an award for research scholarship surrounding civic action and social engagement (CASE). The intent of this award is to recognize researchers that prioritize the voices of the stakeholders in their research context.

       

Award Deadlines: Due January 15th, 2022 by 11:59 pm (in your time zone).
Recipients notified by February 15th, 2022.

 

If you are interested in applying for any of these awards, please submit via the application link (see below) before 11:59 PM (in your time zone) on January 15th, 2022.

We ask that applications be in the form of an approximately 3-minute video essay. Tips for producing video essays can be found here. Winning videos will be shown at the STL annual business meeting taking place during the upcoming AERA conference.

For the Early Career and the CASE Awards, at least the first author of the proposals accepted for the upcoming AERA conference must be a current Science Teaching and Learning (STL) SIG member for the application to be eligible.

Application Link: https://forms.gle/32mfhLGpxsSJMaZ76

 

 
 
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