STEME

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group

Re-imagining futures in STEME

Author: Dr. Seamus Delaney

Modeling Meaningful Chemistry Teacher Education Online: Reflections from Chemistry Preservice Teacher Educators in Australia

Carpendale, J., Delaney, S., Rochette, E. (2020). Modeling Meaningful Chemistry Teacher Education Online: Reflections from Chemistry Preservice Teacher Educators in Australia. Journal of Chemical Education, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.0c00718

Posted in Publications by Dr. Seamus Delaney on August 21, 2020

Teachers’ Opinions about the Effect of Chemistry Demonstrations on Students’ Interest and Chemistry Knowledge

Vinko, L., Delaney, S. and Devetak, I. (2020). Teachers’ Opinions about the Effect of Chemistry Demonstrations on Students’ Interest and Chemistry Knowledge, Centre for Education Policy Studies Journal, Vol 10, No 2, p. 9-25. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26 …

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Posted in Publications by Dr. Seamus Delaney on August 5, 2020

Periodic Table of Sustainable Elements UNESCO grant activity report

Ending the initial stage of our outreach program, this final grant activity report was provided to the Australian National Commission for UNESCO. The report highlights some of the major achievements of the Chemistry and sustainable development outreach project in its first year.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Seamus Delaney on August 3, 2020

Seminar – Dr Dino Spagnoli visits Deakin University

Dr Dino Spagnoli (University of Western Australia) is visiting the School of Life & Environmental Sciences to present a Science Education seminar this upcoming Friday 29th November. Seminar title: Preparation, Anxiety and Self-Efficacy: Probing the Affective Domain of Learning within the Chemistry Undergraduate Laboratory.

Posted in Posts by Dr. Seamus Delaney on November 21, 2019

Systems Thinking in Chemistry Education (STICE) symposium

Secondary Chemistry teachers from across Victoria attended a Systems Thinking in Chemistry Education (STICE) symposium on Friday, September 13th.

Posted in Posts by Dr. Seamus Delaney on September 16, 2019

Professor MaryKay Orgill visits Deakin University

Professor MaryKay Orgill (University of Nevada) is visiting the School of Life & Environmental Sciences this Friday (19th July), at Waurn Ponds campus, to present a seminar. Seminar title: Supporting the Science Learning of All Students: Science Identity and Equitable Assessment in Chemistry

Posted in Posts by Dr. Seamus Delaney on July 15, 2019