2022 CASTeL 9th STEM Education Research Conference

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The Centre for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning (CASTeL) invites researchers, teachers, policymakers, students, industry representatives, and interested others to Dublin City University on 24-25 June 2022 for the 2022 CASTeL 9th STEM Education Research Conference.

CASTeL aim to help debate, discuss and share visions for how we can “Regenerate STEM education” such that we can “grow back better” in the service of improving environments and outcomes for learners and teachers. Join to see how you can grow, develop and interrogate your practice in the community of your peers.

Submit a proposal and come and be of the conversation around STEM education regeneration.

2022 CASTeL 9th STEM Education Research Conference

Submit a Proposal

Important Dates

Feb 14th
Call for abstracts opens

March 21st
Abstract submission system closes

April 4th

Registration system opens

April 30th
Early bird registration closes

May 31st
Full papers due

June 24th – 25th

Conference in Dublin City University

Search for undergraduate, postgraduate and lifelong learning courses at DCU on Courses.ie.

Dublin City University has gone through a huge transformation recently, offering DCU courses and lifelong learning courses in North Dublin. The university has expanded its campus and range of courses by connecting St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra (SPD), Mater Dei Institute of Education (MDI) and Church of Ireland College of Education (CICE). These big changes at DCU cater for 16,000 students on DCU courses as they venture into their third level education. The expansion will increase DCU’s facilities across North Dublin, providing students with more time and space to focus on personal, academic and skill development throughout their duration at the university.

Dublin City University is renowned globally for its academic calibre. DCU is regularly featured as one of the world’s top young universities by the Times Higher Education Top 100 Under 50. The Sunday Times has named DCU twice as ‘Irish University of the Year’.

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