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1. Learning science: conceptual understanding
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II, 15:00 - 16:30
Chairperson: Silvija Markic, University of Bremen, Germany
P1.2.1.1 Fostering system thinking through experimental work in school education and teacher training
Svenja Brockmüller*, Daniel Volz, Alexander Siegmund
Heidelberg University of Education, Germany
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P1.2.1.2 The Atwood machine, the Poggendorff experiment and the lever: A powerful analogy
Paulo Borges*1, Ricardo Coelho2, Ricardo Karam3
1Coordenadoria de Física, Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca, and PPECN Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, 2Departamento de História e Filosofia das Ciências da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa and Centro interuniversitário de História das Ciências e da Tecnologia, Portugal, 3Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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P1.2.1.3 Scientific measurement tools: understanding access and implications for learning about size and scale
Katherine Chesnutt*1, M. Gail Jones1, Emily Cayton1, Megan Ennes1, Rebecca Hite2, Pamela Huff1, Mariana Pereya Perez1
1North Carolina State University, USA, 2Texas Tech University, USA
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P1.2.1.4 Integrating confidence assessment and interview to explore senior high school students' ideas about models of electric circuit
Shian-Jang Wang*, Jing-Wen Lin
National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
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P1.2.1.5 Working with learner prior knowledge in a Grade 8 natural sciences class room: A complex undertaking
Jenny Woolway*, Audrey Msimanga, Anthony Lelliott
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
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P1.2.1.6 Capturing implicit knowledge elements in drawings using a personal construct psychology analysis approach
Enda Carr
DCU, Ireland
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P1.2.1.7 The effect of learning experiences using expert concept maps on understanding cell division processes
Ines Radanovic1, Zaklin Luksa2, Diana Garasic*1, Mirela Sertic Peric1, Branka Gavric3, Valerija Begic3, Daniela Novoselic3
1Faculty of Science, Croatia, 2High School Josipa Slavenskog Cakovec, Croatia, 3Primary School, Croatia
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P1.2.1.8 Investigating effective high school students' force and motion learning environments and its relationship with epistemological beliefs
Yejun Bae*, Katie Weiss, Ercin Sahin, Gavin Fulmer
University of Iowa, USA
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P1.2.1.9 Neuromyths and their origin among teachers in Quebec
Jérémie Blanchette Sarrasin*1,2, Martin Riopel1, Steve Masson1,2
1Team for Research in Science and Technology Education (EREST), University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), Canada, 2Laboratory for Research in Neuroeducation (LRN), University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), Canada
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P1.2.1.10 Design criteria for a teaching approach on systems thinking
Melde Gilissen*, Roald Verhoeff, Christine Knippels, Wouter van Joolingen
Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
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P1.2.1.11 Evaluating progression in students' reasoning about classification of chemical substances
Merve Nur Yavuzkaya, Emine Adadan*
Bogazici University, Turkey
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P1.2.1.12 How do chemistry experts overcome alternative conceptions? An fMRI study
Guillaume Malenfant-Robichaud*1, Steve Masson1, Caroline Cormier2
1Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, 2Cégep André-Laurendeau, Canada
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