Journal of Science Education
This Journal of Science Education was founded by Yuri Orlik in 1999 and the No.1 vol.1 was published in January 2000.
Beijing Science Education Innovation center
This is a civil organization in science education in Beijing, and we have close contact with K-12 schools in China, especially in Beijing.
It is also one of the batch pilot research centers of the STEM science education, and science teacher education.
our center will combine Western and Eastern culture.
Latest Issues N 1,Vol 20,2019
The Use of Digital Technologies as A Teaching Resource For Science Learning For Students of The Last Year of Fundamental Education of Public Schools in Brazil
Arilson Paganotti; Marcos Rincon Voelzke; Carlos Fernando de Araújo Jr. Ludemar Paladino
Improvement of Science Process Skills (SPS) With Implementation Guided Inquiry Learning Using STEM Approach
Fika Amalia Madlazim
Plausible Reasoning and The Analogy in Posing and Solution of A Problem For A Mathematics Competition
Mauro Misael Garcia Pupo;Miguel Cruz Ramírez;Osvaldo Rojas Velázquez
La práctica de las habilidades de razonamiento y argumentación como determinantes del puntaje de las áreas de ciencias, matemáticas y lectura de la prueba PISA The practice of reasoning and argumentation skills as determinants of the score on science, math and reading areas in PISA
Manuel Lecuanda, Leonor Silva Schütte, Pablo Barniol
Misaligned Projections: an opportunity for learning Juan Velasco & Laura Buteler
Instituto de Física Enrique Gaviola . Universidad Nacional de Córdoba – Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Córdoba, 5000, Argentina
The Gender Differences on Physics National Examination (NE) Performance in East Java During the Last 3 Years (2016-2018)
Madlazim and Siti Jamiatul Husnaini
Identification of Students' Misconception on Newton's Law of Gravitation Concept Using The Four-Tier Diagnostic Test Instrument
Madlazim and Nurul Izzah
An Empirical Study on the Changes of Value Orientation of Physics Curriculum in Chinese Senior High Schools: A statistical analysis based on syllabus and curriculum standards
Yonghong Xue, Lili Wang, Qianru Song, Yuxi Zhao