This series is home to cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly studies and edited collections covering STEM Education. Considering science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, texts address a broad range of topics including pedagogy, curriculum, policy, teacher education, and the promotion of diversity within STEM programmes. Titles offer dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies on emerging topics.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
AnnaMary Goodall: AnnaMary.Good[email protected]– Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: Vi[email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
STEM Inquiry and its Practice in K-12 Classrooms Activities, Characteristics and Enactment
Post-Secondary Chemistry Education in Developing Countries Advancing Diversity in Pedagogy and Practice
Algebra Structure Sense Development amongst Diverse Learners Theoretical and Empirical Insights to Support In-Person and Remote Learning
Science and Technology Teacher Education in the Anthropocene Addressing Challenges in the North and South
Gender Equity in STEM in Higher Education International Perspectives on Policy, Institutional Culture, and Individual Choice
Teaching Early Algebra through Example-Based Problem Solving Insights from Chinese and U.S. Elementary Classrooms
By Aik-Ling Tan, Tang Wee Teo, Jina Chang, Ban Heng Choy
April 01, 2024
Through examining the theoretical ideas of disciplinarity and disciplinary practices, the book presents instructional aspects for teachers to explore when engaged with integrated STEM inquiry. Are you interested to understand the difference between science inquiry and STEM inquiry? Do you want to ...
By Dawn I. Fox, Medeba Uzzi, Jacqueline Murray
March 25, 2024
This book considers how post-secondary chemistry education can be advanced in developing countries, in order to respond to emerging global, regional, and local needs. Taking Guyana as a case study, it pays particular attention to local challenges facing such territories, including human and ...
By Teresa Rojano
January 29, 2024
This volume emphasizes the role of effective curriculum design, teaching materials, and pedagogy to foster algebra structure sense at different educational levels. Positing algebra structure sense as fundamental to developing students’ broader mathematical maturity and advanced thinking, this text...
By Kelly J. Cross, Stephanie Farrell, Bryce Hughes
January 29, 2024
Adopting an intersectional lens, this timely volume explores the lived experiences of members of the queer and trans community in post-secondary STEM culture in the US to provide critical insights into progressing socially just STEM education pathways. Offering contributions from students, ...
By Miranda Rocksén, Elaosi Vhurumuku, Maria Svensson, Emmanuel Mushayikwa, Audrey Msimanga
January 29, 2024
This unique book compares anthropogenic challenges in science and technology teacher education between the northern and southern contexts of Sweden and South Africa, respectively. Presenting the results of a three-year research collaboration between science and technology teacher ...
By Salika A. Lawrence, Tabora A. Johnson, Chiyedza Small
December 06, 2023
This book addresses issues related to the recruitment, preparation, and retention of STEM teachers. Focusing on recruitment specifically, it explores the strategies used to introduce biology majors to the teaching profession, increase their interest in teaching, and support their transition into ...
By David Burghes, Jodie Hunter
May 31, 2023
Mathematics Education for Sustainable Economic Growth and Job Creation considers the need for young employees to be capable and confident with transferable knowledge and skills in mathematics and statistics in order to support economic growth in developing countries in an increasingly digital age....
By Marc Schäfer
April 27, 2023
This book demonstrates that using visualisation processes in mathematics education can help to enhance teaching and learning and bridge the inequality gap that exists between well-resourced and under-resourced schools in Southern Africa. Drawing on classroom research conducted in the Southern ...
By Hyun Kyoung Ro, Frank Fernandez, Elizabeth Ramon
January 09, 2023
This timely volume brings together a range of international scholars to analyse cultural, political, and individual factors which contribute to the continued global issue of female underrepresentation in STEM study and careers. Offering a comparative approach to examining gender equity in STEM ...
By Meixia Ding
January 09, 2023
Drawing on rich classroom observations of educators teaching in China and the U.S., this book details an innovative and effective approach to teaching algebra at the elementary level, namely, "teaching through example-based problem solving" (TEPS). Recognizing young children’s particular ...
By Tiina Korhonen, Kaiju Kangas, Laura Salo
October 25, 2022
This collection, edited and written by the leading scholars and experts of innovation and maker education in Finland, introduces invention pedagogy, a research-based Finnish approach for teaching and learning through multidisciplinary, creative design and making processes in formal school settings....
By Thomas Delahunty, Máire Ní Ríordáin
October 13, 2022
This book presents an overview of the methodological innovations and developments present in the field of STEM education research as well as providing a practically orientated resource on research method design more broadly. Featuring a range of international contributors in the field, the book ...