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Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal

Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal

Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal is a peer-reviewed publication released twice per year online at www.seceij.net.

The mission of this journal is to explore constructive connections between science education and civic engagement that will enhance both experiences for our students. In the 21st century, mathematical and scientific reasoning is an essential element for full participation in a democratic society.

Contributions to this journal focus on using unsolved, complex civic issues as a framework to develop students’ understanding of the role of scientific knowledge in personal and public decision making, along with examining how such knowledge is embedded in a broader social and political context.

Since many pressing issues are not constrained by national borders, we encourage perspectives that are international or global in scope. In addition to examining what students learn, we will also explore how this learning takes place and how it can be evaluated, documented, and strengthened. By exploring civic questions as unsolved challenges, we seek to empower students as engaged participants in their learning on campus and as citizens in their communities.

We invite you to consider submitting an article for consideration. Please visit www.seceij.net to learn more about the journal and to view submission guidelines.

Editors

Trace Jordan
Co-Editor in Chief
trace.jordan[at]nyu.edu

Eliza Reilly
Co-Editor in Chief
eliza.reilly[at]stonybrook.edu

Marcy Dubroff
Managing Editor
marcy.dubroff[at]fandm.edu

Publisher

Wm. David Burns
david.burns[at]sencer.net

Editorial Board

Sherryl Broverman
Duke University (USA)

Shree Dhawale
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne (USA)

David Ferguson
Stony Brook University (USA)

Robert Franco
Kapi’olani Community College (USA)

Ellen Goldey
Wofford College (USA)

Nana Japaridze
I. Beritashvili Institute of Physiology (Republic of Georgia)

Cynthia Kaus
Metropolitan State University (USA)

Theo Koupelis
Broward College (USA)

Jay Labov
National Research Council (USA)

Debra Meyer
University of Pretoria (South Africa)

Kirk Miller
Franklin & Marshall College (USA)

Amy Shachter
Santa Clara University (USA)

Garon Smith
University of Montana (USA)

Mary Tiles
Great Britain

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