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  1. Review article

    Science teacher education in Thailand: a challenging journey

    This article provides a description of science teacher education in Thailand, which is a key driver of the country’s science education reform. We describe the history of science teacher education and consider ...

    Chatree Faikhamta, Jeerawan Ketsing, Akarat Tanak and Suthida Chamrat

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2018 4:3

    Published on: 20 February 2018

  2. Review article

    Action research in Singapore: where are we now?

    Since the introduction of Learning Circles (a particular model of action research) by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in 2000, action research has grown to become fairly ubiquitous in Singapore education both ...

    Salleh Hairon

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2017 3:5

    Published on: 4 October 2017

  3. Original research article

    Action research on the effect of descriptive and evaluative feedback order on student learning in a specialized mathematics and science secondary school

    We investigated the effect of feedback order—teachers’ written, descriptive comments followed by evaluative scores—on students’ performance and learning for chemistry and mathematics in a Singapore mathematics...

    Hooi Ling Chua, Sheau Huey Lee and Gavin W. Fulmer

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2017 3:4

    Published on: 4 September 2017

  4. Original research article

    Interaction of Vietnamese teachers with a social constructivism-based primary science curriculum in a framework appropriate for a Confucian heritage culture

    This paper describes the perception of a social constructivist approach to teaching and learning among Vietnamese teachers in a Confucian heritage culture and the changes these teachers undergo through their i...

    N. V. T. Hằng, A. M.W. Bulte and A. Pilot

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2017 3:2

    Published on: 21 July 2017

  5. Original research article

    An investigation of mainland china high school biology teachers’ attitudes toward and ethical reasoning of three controversial bioethics issues

    This study investigated 59 Mainland China high school biology teachers’ attitudes toward and ethical reasoning of three socioscientific issues (SSI), including genetic modification, gene therapy, and assisted ...

    Yu Chen and Winnie Wing Mui So

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2017 3:1

    Published on: 28 February 2017

  6. Original research article

    Towards a hypothetical learning progression of scientific explanation

    The construction of scientific explanations, as a key scientific practice, has been highlighted in policy documents. However, research suggests that students lack competence in constructing scientific explanat...

    Jian-Xin Yao, Yu-Ying Guo and Knut Neumann

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2016 2:4

    Published on: 13 October 2016

  7. Original research article

    An ICT supported sociocultural approach to improve the teaching of physics

    In many countries there is evidence of the international educational movement toward more student centred and technology supported teaching as a way to better prepare students for the future. This has been the...

    Nhung Nguyen and P. John Williams

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2016 2:2

    Published on: 14 June 2016

  8. Research

    Connecting science education to a world in crisis

    Even though humanity faces grand challenges, including climate change, sustainability of the planet and its resources, and well-being of humans and other species, for the past 60 years science educators have b...

    Kenneth Tobin

    Asia-Pacific Science Education 2015 1:2

    Published on: 21 December 2015

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Society affiliation

Asia-Pacific Science Education is sponsored by The Korean Association For Science Education (KASE). KASE was founded in 1976 and currently has more than 3,500 members. KASE aims to contribute to the advancement of science education through research and development. To support these goals, KASE sponsors two science education conferences a year and two different journals to help disseminate research findings to researchers, teacher educators, and teachers – both domestically and internationally.