Research and development work at DSE is typically organized in projects. Below you can see a short list of projects. You can also see the complete list of projects here.

Read more about the institute's research and development. Publications from DSE can be found under publications.

The Department of Science Education was part of the Horizon 2020-funded project Hypatia to ensure that principles of gender inclusivity were embedded in the activities of key science education organisations across Europe.
The PICoSTE project focused on the role that science teacher education can play in resolving the dichotomy between the type of coherent instruction emphasized within the science education literature and the instruction
commonly observed in schools. PICoSTE was Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
ASSIST-ME is a high level research EU project that will investigate formative and summative assessment methods to support and to improve inquiry-based approaches in European science, technology and mathematics education.
The PROFILES project aims at disseminating Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE), and is supported by EU. The PROFILES partners are using and conducting innovative learning environments and long-term teacher trainings.
IRIS was an EU-project about recruitment and retention in higher education in technology, science and mathematics. It was a follow-up of the ROSE-project and also included a survey in a number of countries. DSE was responsible for the work package on retention.








Research and development at Department of Science Education is being conducted by the institute staff - often in collaboration with other scientists, educators and administrators from KU and other institutions.