STEM & Arts Education (November 2021)

Special Issue: STEM & Arts Education

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Hanno van Keulen

Assistant-Editor: Dr. Rianne van den Berghe

Guest Editors:

Dr. Danielle Arets, Design Academy Eindhoven

Stella Blok MA, Amsterdam University of the Arts

Dr. Melissa Bremmer, Amsterdam University of the Arts

Dr. Emiel Heijnen, Amsterdam University of the Arts

Dr. Anna Hotze Alkmaar, iPabo University Amsterdam

Dr. Anne Nigten, Amsterdam University of the Arts

Prof. Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Nathalie Roos MA, Amsterdam University of the Arts

Dr. Janine Stubbe, Codarts Rotterdam

Dr. Michel van Dartel, Avans University Breda

Dr. Rutger van de Sande, Fontys University Tilburg

 

Dear Colleagues,

The European Journal of STEM Education is an open access, academic, peer reviewed international journal that publishes original research related to STEM education. The aim is to contribute to scholarly understanding of teaching and learning practices and policies in the area of STEM, as well as to contribute to the improvement of educational practices. Read more about the journal on our webpage.

For our Special Issue on STEM & ARTS EDUCATION we invite you to submit articles that focus on the mutual contributions of STEM and the Arts to teaching and learning. EJSTEME is a double blinded open access journal. For this special issue, no fee is levied.

The Special Issue will be published and presented on the occasion of the international symposium on STEM & The Arts, to be held in the Netherlands on November 17, 2021. This symposium is organized by the Dutch Platform Arts/Sciences, which is sponsored by the Dutch Research Council NWO.

Contributions may be empirical or conceptual. They may focus on specific designs, materials, or technologies but also on more generic qualities, such as imagination, curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, cultural sensitivity, cooperation or executive functioning. There should be a clear relation to development or (formal) learning and schools: day care, pre-K, Kindergarten, primary/elementary, secondary, vocational, higher education, and/or in teacher training colleges.

We invite you to first submit a proposal outlining your ideas. The guest editors will select the proposals that suit the special issue. They will notify you and keep in touch with you during the process. We plan a ‘round robin’ review procedure, which means that we expect authors to contribute to the review process.

We are looking forward receiving your proposals and manuscripts through our digital Editorial System. Read more on the submission guidelines on the website, where you will also find the button for submitting your proposal and manuscript. When you read this in print, the URL is http://www.lectitopublishing.nl/european-journal-of-stem-education/submission-guidelines.

You can submit your proposal by clicking the red button on the home page Submit My Manuscript. If you are new to EJSTEME, you have to create an account first. Then you can submit your proposal as a new manuscript.

Article Length: Max 8000 words including notes and works cited. Visuals allowed. Please include an abstract of about 350 words, including background, methods, results and implications.

 

Dr. Hanno Van Keulen, Professor of Education at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Editor-in-Chief European Journal of STEM Education

 

Published Articles

Author/s: Robin van den Akker, Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens, Bregje F. van Eekelen, Roger Teeuwen
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20897/ejsteme/11394
Journal: European Journal of STEM Education, Volume 6, Issue 1, Article No: 18
Research Article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue STEM & Arts Education)
Author/s: Sarah Lugthart, Michel van Dartel
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20897/ejsteme/11393
Journal: European Journal of STEM Education, Volume 6, Issue 1, Article No: 17
Research Article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue STEM & Arts Education)
Author/s: Julie Boyle
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20897/ejsteme/11356
Journal: European Journal of STEM Education, Volume 6, Issue 1, Article No: 15
Research Article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue STEM & Arts Education)
Author/s: Claudia E. Carter, Heather Barnett, Kathryn Burns, Nathan Cohen, Eva Durall, Daniel Lordick, Frank Nack, Andrew Newman, Shaun Ussher
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20897/ejsteme/11354
Journal: European Journal of STEM Education, Volume 6, Issue 1, Article No: 13
Research Article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue STEM & Arts Education)
Author/s: Melissa Bremmer, Emiel Heijnen, Anna Hotze, Monique Pijls, Emer Beamer, Nathalie Roos
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20897/ejsteme/11342
Journal: European Journal of STEM Education, Volume 6, Issue 1, Article No: 11
Research Article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue STEM & Arts Education)
Author/s: Scott A. Courtney, Brittany Armstrong
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20897/ejsteme/11332
Journal: European Journal of STEM Education, Volume 6, Issue 1, Article No: 09
Research Article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue STEM & Arts Education)

 

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