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2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV, 16:45 - 18:15
QG15
Chairperson: Andrew Howes, University of Manchester, UK
O2.4.1.1 Students’ idiosyncratic voices and the learning of quantum physics in secondary school: a case study of appropriation
Massimiliano Malgieri*1, Laura Branchetti2, Anna De Ambrosis1, Olivia Levrini3, Giulia Tasquier3
1Department of Physics, University of Pavia, Italy, 2Liceo Statale G. M. Colombini, Italy, 3Department of Physics, University of Bologna - Alma Mater Studiorum, Italy
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O2.4.1.2 With a little help from my friends. The role of peer groups in a physics engineering programme
Minna Salminen-Karlsson
Uppsala University, Sweden
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O2.4.1.3 How does a Choice in context of physics problems influence student performance and attitude
Samuel Wheeler*, Margaret Blanchard
North Carolina State University, USA
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O2.4.1.4 Pedagogical choice in science education: exploring range, limits and consequences
Andrew Howes*, Zahra Alijah, Rob Buck, Samar Albalawi
University of Manchester, UK
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