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[Phys-L] science education posts in Singapore

Posted on behalf of: TEO Tang Wee (PhD) | 张丹玮 副教授,  Associate Professor | Natural Sciences and Science Education Academic Group, NIE:

The Natural Sciences and Science Education (Academic Group) at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, is inviting applications for the following positions:

Assistant Professor in Chemistry Education/Primary Science Education [Website with more information <>]

·Assistant Professor in Physics Education/Primary Science Education [Website with more information <>]

Please kindly share this information with your contacts who may be interested in applying.


Dr. Keith S. Taber
Professor of Science Education
University of Cambridge

Adjunct Professor, School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Recently published scholarship:

*Taber, K. S. (2019). Experimental research into teaching innovations: responding to methodological and ethical challenges. *
/Studies in Science Education./ doi:10.1080/03057267.2019.1658058

*/The Nature of the Chemical Concept/*/: Re-constructing Chemical Knowledge in Teaching and Learning/
Royal Society of Chemistry,

Recent publications primarily for teachers:

*/Foundations for Teaching Chemistry/*/: Chemical knowledge for teaching/
Routledge, ISBN: 9780815377740

*/MasterClass in Science Education/*/: Transforming Teaching and Learning/
Bloomsbury Academic, ISBN: 9781474289412

Editor-in-Chief: */RSC Advances in Chemistry Education Series/*
Royal Society of Chemistry Book Series
Proposals for Advances in Chemistry Education volumes (edited or monograph) are invited. Scholarly books on all aspects of chemistry education are being considered for publication in the series ( )

Science Education Centre
University of Cambridge Faculty of Education
184 Hills Road
Cambridge CB2 8PQ
United Kingdom
[Please note the Faculty buildings are currently closed due to the global pandemic, and any post will be stored until Faculty can return.]

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