Posts by Jen Aughterson

ACDS Fellowship 2019 – has been...

ACDS Fellowship – Distributed leadership to embed scholarship in STEM teaching teams, Tina Acuña and Jo-Anne Kelder New TEQSA Guidance Note: Scholarship In Australia, the Higher Education Standards Framework (HESF) minimum requirements include continuous evaluation that informs ongoing curriculum transformation: five threshold standards refer explicitly to scholarship. Significantly, TEQSA in December 2018 released the Guidance […]

Successful WIL in Science – Fin...

Final project report 2016 – 2018 – now published!

ACDS T&L Centre: an avenue for kn...

ACDS T&L Centre: an avenue for knowledge sharing and collaboration

Have you read something interesting about science education lately? Have you embarked on a new project that others should know about? Are you looking for collaborators to get an idea off the ground? Have you discovered or developed a new resource? Have you made any new observations about science teaching that you would like to […]

ACSME is celebrating 25 years!

ACSME 2019 submissions and registration now open! ACSME 2019 will be hosted by The University of Sydney and the University of Technology Sydney on 2, 3 and 4 October 2019. How will you contribute to this year’s themes centred around the student experience? Full information available on the ACSME conference website. Or click here to […]

ACDS Learning and Teaching Leaders Co...

The ACDS Learning and Teaching Leaders Conference will be held this year at Newcastle University on 18 and 19 July. An invitation has been issued to all Deans of Science, and Faculty ADTLs (or equivalent). We look forward to seeing many of you there.

ACDS AGM 2019

This year the ACDS Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 28 October – Tuesday 29 October at University House, ANU, Canberra. Registrations are now open! We will be presenting a program that includes key speakers from Government, key science agencies and organisations, and organisations that facilitate impact and engagement. We welcome suggestions as […]

Quality and Standards for Work Integr...

This newly published report was commissioned by the Australian Council of Deans of Science Teaching & Learning Centre, and written by Dr Theresa Winchester-Seeto.

The Poladian Project

The Poladian Project is a festival of interdisciplinary research and surprising connections. How can origami help to design a better space telescope? How could slime moulds reduce traffic congestion? How can cooking teach you physics? Through short lectures and workshops, the Poladian Project aims to inspire new ideas, celebrate creativity and generate wonder. Our inaugural […]

What does a teaching specialist look ...

Are you a science academic with a strong interest in education? Were you hired as a science education specialist, or have you transitioned into the role? Do you have questions about your career path, or perhaps a story to tell about your contract, confirmation, or promotion journey? Feedback to the ACDS Teaching and Learning Centre […]

Special issues now published: Interna...

Three special issues have been recently published in the International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education (formerly CAL-laborate International) that may be of interest. IJISME is dedicated to encouraging and supporting early career researchers as well as academics in science and mathematics who are new to education research. Vol 26, No 8 (2018) […]