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Deakin STEME Group well represented at international ASERA conference

Posted by Assoc. Prof. Peta White on June 28, 2019

Early July 2019, several of the Deakin Science education team are attending and presenting at the Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) conference in Queenstown, New Zealand.

These are the program highlights…


  • Exploring the Possibilities of STEM Integration in Secondary School Curriculum in Taiwan and Australia by Su-Chi Fang, Lihua Xu
  • Enriching Maths and Science Learning Through an Interdisciplinary Approach by Russell Tytler, Peta White, Lihua Xu
  • 100 Jobs of the Future by Peta White, Russell Tytler, Dineli Mather, Ruth Bridgestock
  • The Role of Volunteers in Early Childhood STEM by Coral Campbell, Chris Speldewinde
  • “It’s Not What You Know: It’s Who You Work With”: A Phenomenological Enquiry into Pre-Service Science Teachers’ Experience of Collaboration by John Cripps Clark
  • Exploring the Disconnect Between Theory and Practice in Environmental Education by Sally Birdsall, Peta White, Fabian Sack
  • Teachers Infusing Multiliteracies in Senior Science  by Russell Tytler, Lam Pham
  • Learning to Teach Science Out-Of-Field by Linda Hobbs
  • Teachers Infusing Representational Inquiry in Teaching Chemistry by Lam Pham, Peter Hubber, Russell Tytler


  • Exploring the Cosmos Saeed Salimpour, Russell Tytler, Peter Hubber, Vaughan Prain, Michael Fitzgerald
  • Changing STEM and Entrepreneurial Thinking Teaching Practices and Pedagogy Through a Professional Learning Program Lihua Xu, Coral Campbell, Linda Hobbs
Bernard Spragg. NZ on Flickr: Queenstown