In this December issue, I explore what good science education looks like and how it's transforming classrooms in Denmark and across the world. You'll get an insider's look at one of our STEM teacher courses; there is a reflection on the future of physics education and a podcast on interpreting quantum physics. As we wrap up this exciting and challenging year, I invite you to join me in envisioning an even brighter future for science education in 2024.
We're all set to IMPRESS you! In this June 2023 edition, we put a spotlight on the much-anticipated IMPRESS Symposium. A sparkling get-together of engaging talks, innovative research, and stimulating debates, we promise it's going to be a blast. As if that's not enough, we take a deep dive into inquiry-based science teaching and explore how embodied cognition can boost computational literacy in STEM.
IMPRESS, the monthly seminar series on modern physics education research, is
hosting a symposium on the future of physics education. Get inspired by
cutting-edge research and connect with like-minded colleagues on June 30 2023 🙂
Many have rather bad memories of their physics classes in school. But why? Is it the subject, the curricula or maybe the teaching methods? And what can we do to change that? I joined German podcast "Sag mal du als Physiker" to discuss physics education in schools 🎙
I'm excited to share our latest paper that highlights the importance of embodied cognition perspectives in science education. We explore these perspectives in a dialogue between traditions to unify terminology & position the body in science education 🤓
How can we realise the full potential of Einsteinian physics in school? I gave a talk at the International Modern Physics & Research in Education Seminar Series (IMPRESS), discussing young girls' interest in and engagement with physics 👩🎓