The Second International Conference on Mathematics, Science and Engineering Education

The Second International Conference on Mathematics, Science and Engineering Education (ICESME’19) aims to provide a scholarly environment for promoting discussions in contemporary topics of mathematics, science and engineering education and to foster the application of the results in primary, secondary, and higher education. The conference will bring together mathematicians, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. All accepted papers will be published in a special issue of European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education.
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Conceptual change and didactical reconstruction for the classroom
Curriculum design in mathematics, science and engineering
Diversity
Educating students on professional ethics
Evidence-based teaching
First and second year programmes
ICT and Multimedia in teaching and learning
In-service and pre-service science and mathematics teacher training
Integrating business and engineering
Innovative practices
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
Mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology curricula
Misconceptions in physics and chemistry
Motivational strategies
Online and distance education
Peer tutoring and learning
Problem-based learning
Problems of teaching and learning in a second language
Programme assessment and development
Redesigning laboratory experiences
Retention of first year students
Social and cultural issues
SOLO taxonomy and constructive alignment
Students’ early experience of research-like work
Teaching mathematics, physics and chemistry in engineering
Technology education
On behalf of the Organization Committee of ICESME Conference

Prof. Dr. Ayhan BİLSEL
ICESME 2019 | Conference Chair
Cyprus International University

This Conference is organized in cooperation with Smolny Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, St. Petersburg

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Conceptual change and didactical reconstruction for the classroom
Curriculum design in mathematics, science and engineering
Diversity
Educating students on professional ethics
Evidence-based teaching
First and second year programmes
ICT and Multimedia in teaching and learning
In-service and pre-service science and mathematics teacher training
Integrating business and engineering
Innovative practices
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
Mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology curricula
Misconceptions in physics and chemistry
Motivational strategies
Online and distance education
Peer tutoring and learning
Problem-based learning
Problems of teaching and learning in a second language
Programme assessment and development
Redesigning laboratory experiences
Retention of first year students
Social and cultural issues
SOLO taxonomy and constructive alignment
Students’ early experience of research-like work
Teaching mathematics, physics and chemistry in engineering
Technology education

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