Virtual Events and Webinars

Virtual Events and Webinars

Knowledge Mobilization and Translation Across Boundaries

Sponsored by the NARST International Committee
December 12, 2022
9:00am-10:00am EST

Dr. Mohamed El Nagdi, The American University in Cairo
Contextualization of Educational Experiences and Educational Transfer: STEM Education as a Model

Dr. Muhammad Abd Hadi Bunyamin, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
Bringing in Integrated STEM in Teacher Education: Considerations on International, National, Local, and Institutional Contexts for Quality Academic Program

Dr. Tasneem Anwar, Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan
Transfer of STEM Research: Positioning STEM in Pakistan’s National Curriculum of Science

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NARST International Collaboration Series

Monday, October 17, 2022
9:00am-10:00am EST

The NARST International Collaboration Series provides opportunities for members to connect with each other across national borders.

Contact: Gavin Fulmer (gavin-fulmer@uiowa.edu)


How To Better Incorporate the Next Generation Science Standards into Informal Education Settings

September 21, 2022
6:30-8:00pm EST

This presentation will consist of a brief overview of the "basics" of the Next Generation Science Standards and how to apply this knowledge to create and to better align your organization's education efforts with the Next Generation Science Standards.

Contact: Stephen McCloskey (stephen.mccloskey@whales.org


Education Strategies for Educators in Science and Technology Education

August 16, 2022
10:00am WAT

By 2025, over 3.5 million new digitized jobs will be available and 65% of children entering primary schools will find themselves in occupations that do not exist. It is imperative to prepare the talent base needed for a digital economy by a fast adaptation in Science and Technology Education as the demand for IT skills and digital tools are growing and evolving. With new digital tools and transformation trends in technology, skills and knowledge are becoming accessible to all. This hands-on event will guide Science and Technology educators in the South-Eastern region of Nigeria with the instructional pedagogy and project-based learning strategies to better integrate into their classrooms for a more informed experiential learning of students.

Contact: Amanda Obidike (amandachirpy@gmail.com)


NARST International Collaboration Series

August 15, 2022
9:00am-10:00am EST

The NARST International Collaboration Series provides opportunities for members to connect with each other across national borders.

Contact: Gavin Fulmer (gavin-fulmer@uiowa.edu)


NARST Virtual Event:  Writing a NARST Conference Proposal Review

August 11, 2022
12:00-1:30PM EDT

NARST conference proposals undergo a rigorous peer review. NARST strand coordinators Neta Shaby, Beth Lewis, and Xiaoming Zhai discuss the process for producing a high-quality NARST conference proposal review. The webinar explains review process, provides examples of constructive feedback to proposal authors, and gives tips for generating consistent and fair scores across proposals. Both new and experienced NARST reviewers may find the webinar helpful.

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Mid-Career Faculty Forum

March 10, 2022
5:00-6:00 PM Eastern US Time

Got tenure? Got promoted? Clinical? Tenure-Track? Industry? Not sure what’s next? Come discuss what now? And, consider your options as you continue in your career. Individuals who have taken a variety of different paths will be present to share thoughts and wisdom.


Visual Science Communication -- Talking Pictures: How Knowledge is Shared in Our Visual World

March 2, 2022
6:00-7:00 PM GMT/UTC +1
1:00-2:00 PM US EST

Every second, millions of pictures are shared on social media. Our digital spaces are filled to the brim with them.  If we step out on the streets we are surrounded by signs, adds, illustrations. We filled our world with visual information. Moving images capture our gaze. In all this white noise, the question raises if pictures are still effective tools for communicating knowledge. How can we focus on clear, precise yet playful and entertaining ways of visual communication? What possibilities are emerging on the brink of technology and immersive worlds? What stories can we tell with those pictures?


CADASE Webinar Series: Winning African Children Early for Science: Exploring the Impact of African Home/Playground Activities and Folklores 

February 17, 2022
5:00-6:30 AM Eastern US Time
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Reconsidering the Goals of Evolution Education: Defining Evolution and Evolutionary Literacy

February 10, 2022
11 AM Eastern US Time
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NARST Graduate Student Committee (GSC) Webinar

Monday, December 6, 2021, at 11 am EST
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