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2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III, 15:00 - 16:30
Chairperson: Paul van Kampen, Dublin City University, Ireland
P2.3.1.1 Promoting big ideas and students’ awareness of skills and knowledge which are related to science-related careers
Helen Semilarski*, Regina Soobard, Miia Rannikmäe
University of Tartu, Estonia
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P2.3.1.2 Different students' group according to their preferred activities during physics lessons
Martina Kekule
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
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P2.3.1.4 How do lower-secondary students cope with unusual experimental tasks?
Gunnar Friege*, Henning Rode, Sven Schimek, Knut Wille
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
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P2.3.1.5 The influence of different educational environments on students' science self-efficacy
Bat-Shahar Dorfman*, David Fortus
‎Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
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P2.3.1.6 Do novices in mechanics show inhibition when they correct their error to provide a scientific answer?
Lorie-Marlène Brault Foisy*1,2, Patrice Potvin2, Martin Riopel2, Geneviève Allaire-Duquette1,2, Lucian Nenciovici1,2, Steve Masson1,2
1Laboratory for Resarch in Neuroeducation, Canada, 2Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
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P2.3.1.7 When gestures do not influence the learning of physics contents: A preliminary study
Eloisa Oliveira1, Guilherme Brockington*2, Leonardo Testoni2, Ana Gouw2, Camila Souza2, Pamella Almeida2, Lucas Pereira2, Amanda Malheiros2, Guilherme Bruneri2
1University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil
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P2.3.1.8 Authenticity as a criterion to describe and categorize out-of-school places of learning
Julia Suckut
University of Cologne, Germany
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P2.3.1.9 Advancing a framework for creativity in science teaching and learning
Jennifer Adams1,2
1City University of New York, USA, 2University of Calgary, Canada
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