ROSES The Relevance of Science Education- Second

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ROSES, The Relevance of Science Education-Second, is an international comparative project meant to shed light on affective factors of importance to the learning of science and technology.

Students’ interest in science and motivation to learn science  are considered important for their future career choices as well as their understanding of the role of science in modern society.  ROSES The Relevance Of Science Education - Second is a network of researchers in more than 35 countries which collect data from a common questionnaire about students’ interest, thrust and engagement in relation to Science and Technology. ROSES is open for new findings and new voices about young peoples’ attitudes and engagement in relation to Science and Technology. 

A new round in data collection have been planned in the ROSES-project.  I new questionnaire have been piloted during spring 2019 and some result from this will be presented at ESERA in Aug 2019

More info about ROSE, key documents and publications from the last ten years with data from ROSE.

Contact

Magnus Oskarsson
magnus.oskarsson@miun.se

PhD in Science education
Mid Sweden University

Anna Karin Westman
anna-karin.westman@miun.se
PhD in Science education
Mid Sweden University

Anders Jidesjö
anders.jidesjo@liu.se

PhD in Science education
Linkoping University