Dr. Dina Tsybulsky is an Assistant Professor and Head of the Biology Education research group in the Faculty of Education in Science and Technology at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Her research interests include approaches to biology teaching and learning, the nature of science and scientific practices, biology teacher education and professional development. Dr. Tsybulsky serves as a member of several international and national committees and as a co-chair of the Israeli Biology Education Research Forum. Currently, she has been one of the PIs of Taking Citizen Science to School [TCSS] research center, a PI of the Smart BioEd Lab, and a PI of several research projects funded by the EuroTech Universities Alliance, the Israeli Science Foundation, and Yad Hanadiv.

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2018-present Assistant Professor and head of the Biology Education research group. Faculty of Education in Science and Technology, Technion, Israel

Summer 2018 Visiting Scholar. School of Education, University of British Columbia, Canada

2014-2018 Teaching fellow and senior research associate. Department of Math, Science and Technology Education, School of Education, Tel Aviv University, Israel

2015-2017 Postdoctoral fellow. MOFET Institute (Advisor and research group from Department of Math, Science and Technology Education, School of Education, Tel Aviv University), Israel

2008-2014 Ph.D. in Science Education, Department of Science Instruction, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2004-2007 M.Sc. in Science Education, Department of Science Instruction, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

1999-2003 B.Ed. and Teaching Certificate in Biology, Department of Science, Jerusalem College, Israel