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STEAM Education Research.

The STEAM (Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Mathematics) Education Research Seminars and Conferences in Linz are open to everyone (students and faculty members) interested in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics education projects. Students aiming to complete a Bachelor's/Master's thesis or Ph.D. dissertation: we recommend taking the introductory courses. Ph.D candidates and faculty members are eligible to take the advanced sessions and conferences. You can take part in the courses or conferences either in person or online.

Head of STEAM

Univ.-Prof.
Zsolt Lavicza

 

Professor in STEM Education Research Methods

The Linz School of Education and the STEAM Education Centre would like to extend an invitation to graduate students, PhD candidates, part-time and full-time students, as well as to visiting/exchange students. We also welcome colleagues in the STEAM education program for a shorter or longer stay as an academic visitor or as part of a sabbatical. If you are interested in joining us in Linz in any form, contact Zsolt Lavicza for additional details. Visit our Facebook page for news updates, conference streaming and videos. (Our new website featuring updates and detailed information will soon be available).

Click here to view a list of grant and scholarship opportunities for visitors and PhD, post-doc candidates.

Current STEAM Education Conferences

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to call several STEAM education-themed conferences to your attention for the upcoming year. There is a growing number of researchers becoming increasingly interested integrating arts, design, creativity, new technologies into mathematics education and STEM subjects so we have decided to offer forums to these colleagues.

14th International Congress on Mathematical Education
July 12 to 19, 2020

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The California STEAM Symposium will take place December 9-10, 2019, in Anaheim, California at the Anaheim Convention Center located directly across the street from Disneyland. Online information is not yet available; we will post information as soon as it becomes available.

Aside from these events, there will be additional meetings associated with STEAM.  A Doctoral Programme on STEAM Education and a STEAM Education Centre is also under development at the Linz School of Education, Johannes Kepler University in Austria. We would be pleased to host students and colleagues interested in working on STEAM Education issues. Please contact Zsolt Lavicza <lavicza@gmail.com> for additional information.

We hope you will join us at some of these events.

Current STEAM Education Research Seminars, Master's and PhD Programme

JKU Linz, PH OÖ, PHD Linz - Supported by the State of Upper Austria, Linz School of Education
Contacts: Markus Hohenwarter, Zsolt Lavicza
Mailing List: stem-linz@googlegroups.com

The STEM Education Research Seminars and STEAM Conferences in Linz are open to everyone (students and faculty members) from anywhere interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) or STEAM (STEM + arts) education projects. The introductory courses are recommended for students who wish to complete a Bachelor's or Master's thesis or a PhD dissertation. The advanced sessions and conferences are recommended for PhD students and professors. You can join the courses and conferences either in person or online. 

The Linz School of Education and the STEAM Education Centre would like to invite graduate students, PhD candidates, part-time and full-time students, as well as visiting/exchange students. We also welcome colleagues in the STEAM education program for a shorter or longer stay as an academic visitor or as part of a sabbatical. If you are interested in joining us in Linz in any form, contact Zsolt Lavicza for additional details. Visit our Facebook page for news updates, conference streaming and videos. (Our new website featuring updates and detailed information will soon be available).

Click here for a list of grant and scholarship opportunities for PhD and post-doc candidates, and visitors.

2019S - Research Methods 2: Introduction to data collection,
analysis, reporting in STEM Ed research

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