conference logo
Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
3. Science teaching processes
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII, 11:30 - 13:00
Chairperson: Judith Bennett, University of York, UK
O3.7.1.1 Autonomy supportive cross-age-peer-tutoring in experiments
Thomas Schlake*1, Heiko Krabbe2, Hendrik Härtig1, Maria Opfermann2, Hans Fischer1
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
View Full Paper
O3.7.1.2 Does paired mentoring work? A study of the effectiveness and affective value of academically asymmetrical peer mentoring in supporting disadvantaged students in school science
Rachael Sharpe*1, Ian Abrahams1, Nikolaos Fotou2
1University of Lincoln, UK, 2Maynooth University, Ireland
View Full Paper
O3.7.1.3 Archimedes and the time machine: A digital educational scenario of A.R.G.
Christina Theodoropoulou*1, Yannis Psaromiligkos2, Symeon Retalis3
1Platon I.B. World School, Greece, 2Technological Education Institute of Piraeus, Greece, 3University of Piraeus, Greece
View Full Paper
O3.7.1.4 Best evidence science teaching: research, practice and collaboration in 11-14 science education
Judith Bennett*, Lynda Dunlop, Alistair Moore, Mary Whitehouse
University of York, UK
View Full Paper