World Science and Technology Education Conference

ICASE World Conference on Science and Technology Education brings together policy makers, curriculum developers, scientists, science educators, researchers, science teacher association officers and of course primary and secondary school science teachers. As well as the usual conference sessions, the World Conference organisers timetable discussion sessions for all delegates which lead to the development of a Conference Declaration. The Declaration makes recommendations for world progress in science and technology education for the following three years.

Strands
The theme of the ICASE World STE Conference: Interdisciplinary Practices in Science and Technology Education

Strands for the ICASE 2016 World STE Conference:

Strand 1: Science and technology teachers and STA role in promoting 21 century skills
Strand 2: Impacts of national and international projects on classroom practices and science teachers experiences from project such as EU or NSF -funded projects
Strand 3: Science teaching and learning: Teaching resources developed and tested by teachers
Strand 4: Science learning in informal contexts such as science centers and museums
Strand 5: Curriculum Development, Evaluation, and Assessment
Strand 6: Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Science and Technology Education
Strand 7: Environmental Education
Strand 8: Information and communication technologies in science education

ICASE WorldSTE2016 Conference Committees

Organizing Committee
Ben Akpan, Nigeria (ICASE WorldSTE Conference International Committees Chair)
Bulent Cavas, Turkey
Gultekin Cakmakci, Turkey
Hamide Ertepinar, Turkey
Jack Holbrook, Estonia
Teresa Kennedy, USA
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe, UK
Lutfullah Turkmen, Turkey
Sedat Ucar, Turkey

Scientific Committee (will be updated):
Devrim Akgunduz, Turkey
Buket Akkoyunlu, Turkey
Yilmaz Cakici, Turkey
Pinar Cavas, Turkey
Orhan Curaoglu, Turkey
Beverley Cooper, New Zealand
Lindsey Conner, New Zealand
Kadir Demir, USA
Hamide Ertepinar, Turkey
Christiane Gioppo, Brasil
Elaine Horne, Australia
James Kaufman, USA
Gulfem Kaygısız, Turkey
Declan Kennedy, Ireland
Tarik Kisla, Turkey
Piet Kommers, The Netherlands
Joseph M. Makokha, USA
Yasemin Ozdem, Turkey
Ahmet Ilhan Sen, Turkey
Steven Sexton, New Zealand
Manabu Sumida, Japan
Michael Padilla, USA
Miia Rannikmae, Estonia
Sedat Ucar, Turkey
Janchai Yingprayoon, Thailand
Mamman Wasugu, Nigeria