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2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II, 15:00 - 16:30
Chairperson: Grady J. Venville, University of Western Australia, Australia
P2.2.1.1 A case study of children's collective problem solving & metacognitive regulation
Qingna Jin, Mijung Kim*
University of Alberta, Canada
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P2.2.1.2 A longitudinal trajectory of science motivation in Korean high school students
Sein Shin*1, Arif Rachmatullah2, Minsu Ha2, Jun-Ki Lee1
1Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea, 2Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea
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P2.2.1.3 Factors that triggered students' motivation to participate in science olympiads
Vanda Janštová*1, Martin Jáč2, Radka Dvořáková1
1Department of Teaching and Didactics of Biology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic, 2Department of Biology, Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic
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P2.2.1.4 Understanding and inquiry competency in guided inquiry intervention
Yen-Ruey Kuo1, Hsiao-Lin Tuan*1, Chi-Chin Chin2
1National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan, 2National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan
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P2.2.1.5 Student conceptual paths in facial expressions: A conceptual conflict-induced conceptual change scenario
Hongming Leonard Liaw*1, Yuh-Ru Yu1, Mei-Hung Chiu1, Chin-Cheng Chou2
1National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 2National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan
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P2.2.1.6 Relationship between emotions and academic performance. The case of compulsory education students in the learning of physics and chemistry
Mª Antonia Dávila Acedo*, Florentina Cañada Cañada, Jesús Sánchez Martín, Diego Airado Rodríguez
University of Extremadura, Spain
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P2.2.1.7 Continuous and systematic measuring of emotions in science teaching
Jesus Sanchez-Martin*, Florentina Cañada Cañada, Maria Antonia Davila Acedo
University of Extremadura, Spain
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P2.2.1.8 Gender bias in the association between long-lasting learning and past academic emotions
José María Marcos-Merino*, Rocío Esteban, Jesús A. G. Ochoa de Alda
University of Extremadura, Spain
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P2.2.1.9 Aesthetic experiences through fiction:  A case study of collaborative drama activities in chemistry education
Jaakko Turkka*1, Maija Aksela2
1University of Helsinki, Finland, 2University of Helsinki, Finland
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P2.2.1.10 Reconsidering the leadership in collaboration in science inquiry focusing on tool fluency
Jee-Young Park*, Chui-Im Choi, Sun-Kyoung Lee
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
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