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4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III, 15:00 - 16:30
X201
Chairperson: Su-Chi Fang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
P4.3.1.1 An eye tracking analysis of how students learn science by a game with self-explanation prompts
Chung-Yuan Hsu*1, Meng-Jung Tsai2, Guo-Li Chiou2, Jyh-Chong Liang2, Chin-Chung Tsai3
1Department of Child Care, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 3National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), Taiwan
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P4.3.1.2 Flipped learning in science education
Thomas Dyreborg Andersen*, Kristian Kildemoes Foss, Henrik Levinsen, Stine Karen Nissen, Morten Philipps
Metropolian University College, Denmark
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P4.3.1.3 Development of a methodology for analyzing the exploration process of tri-dimensional representations of interactive molecules
Rodrigo Consoli, Claudia Ayres, Camila Cicuto, Gustavo Cruz, Guilherme Marson*
Institute of Chemistry, Brazil
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P4.3.1.4 Teaching photosynthesis using technology: A study documenting three teachers' approaches and reasons
Dionysius Gnanakkan1, Norman Lederman*1, Judith Lederman1, Russell Columbus2
1Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, 2Monroe Public Schools, USA
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P4.3.1.5 Moving beyond mere gaming: Apps and biodiversity
Thomas McCloughlin, Hugh Gash*
Dublin City University, Ireland
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P4.3.1.6 Digital supported concept learning, based on teachers’ developed TPACK
Karin Ollinen
Department of Educational Sciences, Lund University, Sweden
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P4.3.1.7 Design workshop of digital contents for supporting hearing-impaired people in science museum
Ryohei Egusa*1,2, Fusako Kusunoki3, Shigenori Inagaki2
1JSPS Reserch Fellow, Japan, 2Kobe University, Japan, 3Tama Art University, Japan
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P4.3.1.8 Educational robotics: Impact on students’ interest and performance during a chemistry laboratory
Hugo G. Lapierre
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
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P4.3.1.9 Robotics as a tool to foster science literacy: Implementation and enactment of a robotics course at the high school level
Noemi Waight*, Alyssa Mello, Somaia Morsy
University at Buffalo, SUNy, USA
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