Methods of Research for Science Education (MORSE)

MORSE is a one day conference that provides useful and usable information to those working in education about the processes of ‘doing’ educational research. The audience typically comprises teaching focussed academics with an interest in educational research and research informed teaching, postgraduate students, and teachers (including those doing postgraduate degrees).

The event is open to all interested in learning about ‘doing’ educational research in the Sciences; the talks and workshops are not specific to any one discipline. The day itself features talks and workshops from several experienced science education researchers, who, in workshop/discussion style, cover various aspects of ‘doing’ science education research. There is a maximum number of attendees to ensure an experiential learning event for all. Achieved MORSE events are available here.

MORSE19: Location, date and speakers.
MORSE19 will take place in St. Laurences, Grangegorman Campus,  TU Dublin on Friday, 1st of November. Leading researchers, actively carrying out Science Education Research in Ireland and the UK, will present on how to ‘do’ Science Education Research in an accessible and engaging way. Speaker biographies, and selected pre-reading, will be made available in advance of MORSE19.

MORSE19 Speakers and Topics

Register here for MORSE19.

We are grateful to the Royal Society of Chemistry Special Interest Groups Higher Education Group and Chemical Education Research Group, as well as the Institute of Physics Higher Education Group and the Institute of Biology of Ireland for their sponsorship of MORSE.


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