NorDiNa – Nordic Studies in Science Education

NorDiNa is a Nordic journal of science education publishing scientific articles in the field of science education; both research based and reflective perspectives. Articles on related topics such as technology and geography are also welcome. In addition to scientific articles we publish descriptions of curriculum development and ongoing projects and short abstracts of dissertations in the field. Contributions are in English as well as in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian. All articles have an English abstract regardless of the article’s language.

The journal is published by The Norwegian Centre for Science Education, University of Oslo, in co-operation with Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Stockholm University and Department of Science and Mathematics Education, Umeå University.

Editor in chief
Merethe Frøyland (The Norwegian Centre for Science Education, University of Oslo),

Main Editors
Are Turmo, Norway
Carl-Johan Rundgren, Sweden

National Co-Editors
Kalle Juuti, Finland
Marinne Achiam, Denmark
Allyson Macdonald, Iceland

Editorial board
Svein Sjøberg (University of Oslo)
Anita Wallin (University of Gothenburg)
Per-Olof Wickman (Stockholms universitet)
Marianne Ødegaard (University of Oslo)
Hafthor Gudjonsson (Iceland University of Education)
Jari Lavonen (University of Helsinki)
Irmeli E. Palmberg (Åbo Akademi University)
Rie Popp Troelsen (University of Southern Denmark)

Open Access Journal
NorDiNa is now available as an Open Access Journal at the following URL: The editors encourage authors and referees to register at NorDiNas new net site. In case of problems when register or submitting papers, please contact the editors. Nordic Studies in Science Education do not charge any fee for publication.


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NorDiNa – Nordic Studies in Science Education

  • Adresse: NorDiNa, Naturfagsenteret (Norwegian Centre for Science Education), Postboks 1106 Blindern, 0317 Oslo Norway
  • Utgiver: Norwegian Centre for Science Education
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  • Språk: English, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish