SOCIOLOGY AND TECHNOSCIENCE (E-ISSN 1989-8487). Sociología y tecnociencia [second season] is a journal sponsored by the Universidad de Valladolid. It basic purpose is to fill a critical gap in Sociology. The central aim of the journal Sociology and Technoscience is to study, understand and analyze the social influence of the various scientific and technological or technoscientific activities (especially Sociology of Health and Sociology of Science and Technology). Sociology and Technoscience has a biannual periodicity and it follows the usual mechanisms of the academic journals.
Dra. Ursula Andrea Harman Canalle.Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú. Perú.
Dr. Jesús A. Valero Matas. Gir Trans Real Lab, Universidad de Valladolid. Spain
CALL FOR PAPERS
PRESENT AND FUTURE OF STEM TRAINING: challenges and goals
Deadline for receipt of articles: November 15, 2020
Publication date: January 2021
STEM Training (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), is a concept widely used in scientific literature since it was coined in the 90s. The focus of this concept is clearly interdisciplinary and eminently practical, as a way to solve from science the future challenges of society.
The little literature in Spanish generates uncertainties in topics such as the characteristics of STEM training both in primary and secondary studies, in university or in the connection between education and the workplace. This last aspect is especially important because a large part of current and future market niches need workers trained in STEM.
Lastly, it is also necessary to reflect on the role of the social sciences and humanities within this STEM training and how it will be based on attending to the needs of today's societies and facing the great challenges that arise in the future.
- Current situation of STEM training.
- Teaching STEM subjects in primary and secondary education.
- Training needs of teachers in STEM subjects.
- STEM and society training.
- Needs for STEM profiles in the job market.
- Role of social sciences and humanities in STEM training.
- Art and creativity in STEM training. The concept of STEAM training.
- STEM and gender training.
- STEM in university studies
Current Issue: Vol 10 No 2 (2020): Science and Society
REVISTA DE SOCIOLOGÍA DEL SISTEMA TECNOCIENTÍFICO [SEGUNDA ÉPOCA]
JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF THE TECHNOSCIENTIFIC SYSTEM [SECOND SEASON]
GIR Trans-REAL Lab - Universidad de Valladolid.
DATABASES -- ESCI (Thomson Reuters), accepted in SCOPUS, ERIH plus, EBSCO, Sociological Abstract, Fuente Academica Premier, ProQuest, Social Services Abstracts, LATINDEX, Ulrich's, DOAJ, DIALNET, Index Copernicus, Compludoc, Publindex, Cobiss, New Jour, Latindex, MIAR, ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Complete, DICE-CINDOC (CSIC), CARHUS Plus+, CIRC (CSIC), RESH (CSIC), etc.
VALUES -- H-INDEX: 6 (about Google Scholar) / MIAR (ICDS 2017): 9,3 / Global Impact Factor (GIF 2015):0,876; (GIF 2014):0,765 / DICE (Difusión Internacional): 3 / ISOC:Categoría C Normal / CARHUS Plus+ 2014: Grup D / Latindex:35 criterios cumplidos / Categoría CIRC 2012 (CSIC):Tipo B / IC Value (Index Copernicus): 3,61 (2010).