International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education

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The International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education (IJISME) is a respected forum for the sharing of original research with a focus on enhancing educational outcomes for students and teachers in the disciplines of science and mathematics. We publish scholarly papers that focus on the teaching and learning of science and mathematics in educational settings ranging from primary school to university education. Our aim is to connect research and practice, providing insights, information and ideas to stimulate discussion and debate and inform practice in science and mathematics classrooms. As an international journal we encourage contributions from any country provided that the content is appropriate for our global readership.

We regularly publish Special Issues, guest-edited by one or several acknowledged experts, which focus on a particular topic of interest to our readers.

We use a double-blind review process. Submissions of a purely discipline nature, that is without an educational focus, will not be considered for publication. If you are unsure of the suitability of your paper please contact the Editor, Professor Manjula Sharma or the Journal Manager for advice.

IJISME is dedicated to encouraging and supporting early career researchers as well as academics in science and mathematics who are new to education research.

IJISME is included in the SCOPUS, EBSCO and ProQuest indexing databases

Editor in Chief
Professor Manjula Sharma, Head of the Sydney University Physics Education Research (SUPER) Group, The University of Sydney

Editorial Team

Professor Pauline Ross, Professor of Biology and Educational Strategy, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, The University of Sydney

Associate Professor Daniel Southam, School of Molecular and Life Sciences (MLS), Curtin University

Dr Joseph Rathner, Department of Physiology, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Science, The University of Melbourne

Dr Alexandra Yeung, School of Molecular and Life Sciences, Chemistry, Curtin University

Stephanie Beames, Project Manager, Academic Portfolio, Faculty of Science, The University of Queensland