Strengthening of Mathematics and Science Education in Africa


Published on August 24, 2021

The second edition of the journal for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education in Africa (JSTEMEA) was published in December 2019 during the 17th Conference on Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (COMSTEDA 17).

The journal comprises twenty-eight research (28) papers that were presented at the COMSTEDA 16 in Maun, Botswana and were published with support from SMASE-Africa and the ministry of General Education, Zambia. The focus of the journal is on curriculum, teacher and learner as agents of STEM learning. The publication aims to promote and advance the research and practice in order to improve the knowledge, skills and values in STEM learning environment by way of documenting the proceedings and research papers

The research papers were aligned to four (4) thematic strands as follows:
Strand One: Teacher Professional Development in Africa: Developing knowledge, skills, and values in STEM learning/ teaching engagements. Papers focused on how to integrate knowledge, skills and values in STEM teaching and learning effectively