Muhammet Usak is currently an Associate Professor at Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia from 2018 to now. He has been teaching since 1998 – as a science teacher (1998-2000), and a teacher-educator (2000-present). He has worked Turkish University from 2001 to 2016. He conducts pre-service training for primary, and junior college science teachers.
He has presented and published papers in various regional, national, and international conferences and journals. He is a member of editorial boards of Journal of Baltic Science Education, Frontiers in Education, and, he is an executive editor of European of Science and Mathematics Education.
The title of a keynote report: Creativity and 21st-century skills in STEM Education
Duran, M., Usak, M., Hsieh, M. Y., & Uygun, H. (2021). A new perspective on pedagogical content knowledge: Intellectual and emotional characteristics of science teachers. Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, 72, 9-32.
Karakus, M., Ersozlu, A., Usak, M., & Yucel, S. (2021). Spirituality and well-being of children, adolescent, and adult students: A scientific mapping of the literature. Journal of religion and health, 60, 4296-4315.
Karakus, M., Usak, M., & Ersozlu, A. (2021). Emotions in learning, teaching, and leadership: A bibliometric review of Asian literature (1990–2018). Sage Open, 11(1), 2158244020988865.
Usak, M., Masalimova, A. R., Cherdymova, E. I., & Shaidullina, A. R. (2020). New Playmaker In Science Education: Covid-19. Journal of Baltic Science Education, 19(2), 180-185.
Usak, M., Ozden, M. & Eilks, I. (2011). A case study of beginning science teachers’ subject matter (SMK) and pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of teaching chemical reaction in Turkey. European Journal of Teacher Education, 34:4, 407-429.
Usak, M., Sinan, S., & Sinan, O. (2022). Science Maps And Bibliometric Analysis On Hygiene Education During 2012-2021. Journal of Baltic Science Education, 21(2), 288.