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„Es geht um die wurst!" - the GreenLab_OS
Michael Budke*, Marco Beeken
Universtity Osnabrück, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A Brazilian initial teacher training program (PIBID) and impacts on professors' professional development
Luciene Fernanda da Silva*1, Valéria Silva Dias2
1Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio de Janeiro (IFRJ), Brazil, 2Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo (IFUSP), Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A case study of children's collective problem solving & metacognitive regulation
Qingna Jin, Mijung Kim*
University of Alberta, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A case study of small-group norms establishment within scientific argumentation
Sun Mi Yun*1, Heui-Baik Kim2, Youngdal Cho2
1Guwol Girls' middle school, Republic of Korea, 2Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A case study of the use of “on the fly” interactions as a means of formative assessment
Michalis Livitziis*, Nicos Papadouris, Costas P. Constantinou
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A co-design approach to teachers’ professional development about responsible research and innovation
Eleni A. Kyza*1, Andreas Hadjichambis2, Yiannis Georgiou1, Andria Agesilaou1
1Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus, 2Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A comparison between standard courses about general relativity and a model-based approach
Stephan Preiß*, Thomas Reiber, Ute Kraus, Corvin Zahn
Hildesheim University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A comparison of student responses to pictorial and verbal items focusing on conceptual understanding of the particle model of matter
Elon Langbeheim*1, Emine Adadan2, Sevil Akaygun2, Manzini Hlatswayo3, Umesh Ramnarain3
1Department of Science Teaching, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 2Bogazici University, Turkey, 3University of Jahannesburg, South Africa
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A cooperative learning strategy using a socially acute question: Change in students' attitudes
Michel Vidal
SupAgro, France
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A cross-country comparison of image comprehension between Australian and Taiwanese students
Yun-Ping Ge*1, Len Unsworth2
1Department of Education and Human Potentials Development, Taiwan, 2Learning Sciences Institute Australia, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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A cross-phase investigation into teachers understanding of inquiry-based science education: A comparative case-study of a primary and a secondary teacher in England
Sally Howard
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A curriculum for improving the school students' understanding of marine renewable energy
Tso-Chung Sung*1,2, Chia-Cheng Yeh1, Jeun-Len Wu1,2, Jiahn-Horng Chen2
1Exibitoion & Education Division, National Museum of Marine Science & Technology, Taiwan, 2Dept. of Systems Engineering and Naval Architecture, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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A framework for dioramas promoting model-based learning
Alexandra Moormann*1, Charlène Bélanger2
1Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Leibniz-Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science, Germany, 22Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A framework for gender inclusion in science centres and science museums
Marianne Achiam*, Henriette Holmegaard
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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A framework for how to use dialogues to stimulate studetns'learning processes in inquiry-based science teaching
Stein Dankert Kolsto
University of Bergen, Norway
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A glimpse of early childhood teachers' STEM pedagogy and practices
Coral Campbell*1, Chris Speldewinde1, Christine Howitt2, Amy MacDonald3
1Deakin University, Australia, 2University of Western Australia, Australia, 3Charles Sturt University, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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A historical approach to teaching periodical properties of elements in the chemistry laboratory
Kira Padilla*, Elizabeth Nieto, Mercedes Llano
Facultad de Química, UNAM, Mexico
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A holistic view on nature of science in pre-service science teacher education
Ebru Kaya*1, Sibel Erduran2,3
1Bogazici University, Turkey, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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'A journey to electromagnetism' through the nature of science
Eirini Tenta*, Anna Leci, Fanny Seroglou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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A learning research agenda for natural history museums
Justin Dillon
Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Structuring Higher Education partnerships with science education learning centres  -  09:00 - 11:00
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A longitudinal multi-case study of elementary teachers’ learning to engage in model-based instruction about water
Tina Vo*1, Cory T. Forbes1, Laura Zangori2, Christina V. Schwarz3
1University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, 2University of Missouri, USA, 3Michigan State University, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A longitudinal study of life sciences students' acceptance of evolution
Sean Lawrence*, Martie Sanders
Univeristy of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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"A lot of time was wasted on inquiry and investigations" the challenge of supporting a diverse cohort of pre-service primary science teachers
Anne O' Dwyer*, Miriam Hamilton
Mary Immaculate College, Ireland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A macro-level discourse analysis of African American, middle school girls' science identity development
Katherine Wade-Jaimes
Georgia State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A methodology for assessing the impact of formative practices on science literacy
Jim Scott*, Peter Aubusson
University of Technology, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A mixed methods study of learning gains associated with serious educational gameplay
Georgia Hodges*, J. Steve Oliver
University of Georgia, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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A model-based general relativity course for physics teachers
Ute Kraus, Corvin Zahn, Thomas Reiber*, Stephan Preis
Hildesheim University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  3. The teaching and learning Einsteinian physics in international contexts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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A modelling framework analysis of students' responses to problems involving proportional reasoning
Miriam Lemmer*, Mariette Hitge
North-West University, South Africa
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A multidisciplinary analysis proposal for the discourse in chemistry classes
Bruno Ferreira dos Santos*1,2, Matheus Campelo Félix2, Eduardo Fleury Mortimer2
1Universidade Estadual do Sudoeste da Bahia, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A new alternative conceptualization of nature of science for science and technology literacy
Angel Vazquez-Alonso*, María Antonia Manassero-Mas
University of the Balearic Islands, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A new kind of alchemy for understanding
Brett Merritt
The American School in Switzerland, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A Phenomenology of social bonds in science learning
Alberto Bellocchi
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A practical approach to formative assessment and adaptive teaching support for physics and chemistry teachers to extent their repertoire
Hanna Westbroek*, Lisette van Rens, Ed van den Berg
Vu University School of Education, The Netherlands
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A proposal for teaching ScratchJr programming environment in preservice kindergarten teachers
Michail Kalogiannakis*, Stamatios Papadakis
University of Crete Department of Preschool Education, Faculty of Education, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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A sociocultural perspective on science teachers' experiences of education policy reform
Jim Ryder
University of Leeds, UK
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  10. Understanding science teachers' experiences of education policy reforms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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A SSIBL project to promote high school biology students' learning and motivation
Cristina Dias*, Maria Joao Fonseca
University of Porto, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. Responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the science classroom: Students' learning outcomes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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A structural model of Swiss teacher students' reaction to a vaccination debate
Albert Zeyer
Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A study about teaching Special Relativity in high school
Claudinéia de Oliveira Martins*1, Mara Fernanda Parisoto2, Reginaldo Aparecido Zara3, André Ary Leonel4
1Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil, 33Federal University of Oeste do Paraná, Brazil, 4Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A study on the evolution concept and meta-cognition of high school students
Pilseung Yang*, Hee-Young Cha
Korea National University of Education, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A summary lecture as a delay organizer of students' knowledge of mechanics - a discipline-culture approach
Ehud Goren*, Igal Galili
The Hebrew University, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A teacher perspective on benefits and challenges of peer-assessment
Regula Grob*, Monika Holmeier, Peter Labudde
Center for Science and Technology Education, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  11. Perspectives on peer assessment in inquiry teaching: Results from the European project ASSIST-ME  -  09:00 - 11:00
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A theoretical framework for investigating students' negotiations of gendered science identities in the context of assessment activities in the physics classroom
Sofie Birch Jensen
King's College London, UK
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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A video-based approach to investigating students' learning of scientific inquiry
Andreas Vorholzer*, Jörn Johnathan Hägele, Claudia von Aufschnaiter
Justus Liebig University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  3. Methodologies and Methods in video based research of teaching and learning processes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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A virus is a bacterium... students' knowledge and beliefs about viruses.
Uwe Simon*1, Sonja Enzinger1, Andreas Fink2
1Center for Didactics of Biology, Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Austria, 2Institute of Psychology, Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Austria
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  9. Health and medicine in science education: Theory and practice perspectives from ESERA SIG 4  -  09:00 - 11:00
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About the context of climate change education for sustainability: In the words of university students
Gaye Teksoz, Sinem Demirci*
Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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About the nessicity of irritation in biology class: Case studies about decision-making
Britta Lübke*, Ulrich Gebhard
University of Hamburg, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Academic achievement of chemistry freshmen - interrelations between prerequisites and content knowledge acquisition
Daniel Averbeck*, Elke Sumfleth, Eckart Hasselbrink
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Academic success and visual model comprehension – an (in)equal couple
Thomas Dickmann*1, Stefan Rumann1, Maria Opfermann2
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2University Utrecht, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Accepting quantum physics: analysis of secondary school students' cognitive needs
Giovanni Ravaioli*, Olivia Levrini
Department of Physics and Astronomy - University of Bologna, Italy
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Accessible STEM education: Fostering self-efficacy in stem for middle school students with learning disabilities
Stephanie Florence*1, Isha DeCoito2
1York University, Canada, 2Western University, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Accessing science through classroom talk when adopting a CLIL approach
Laura Tagnin*1, Máire Ní Ríordáin2, Mary Fleming1
1NUIG - National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, 2UCC - University College Cork, Ireland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Achievement emotions experienced in science among middle school students
Sufen Chen*1, Chi Chi1, Amandeep Dhir2
1Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki, Finland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Activities with parents on the computer: science teachers’ views
João Paiva1, Carla Morais*1, Luciano Moreira2
1Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade do Porto, Portugal, 2Faculdade de Engenharia, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Actor-network theory: Boundary objects and the mobilization of family groups
Patricia Patrick*1, Alexandra Moormann2
1Columbus State University, USA, 2Museum für Naturkunde, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Addressing socioscientific issues through STEM education: the case of STEM coaches
Majd Zouda*, Sarah El Halwany, Minja Milanovic, Larry Bencze
University of Toronto, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Adoption of ICT-based matriculation examination changes science teachers' perspectives to teaching and assessing ICT related science skills
Marja Karoliina Tamm
Department of Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Advancing a framework for creativity in science teaching and learning
Jennifer Adams1,2
1City University of New York, USA, 2University of Calgary, Canada
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Advancing students’ understanding of models and modeling through different curriculum design
Wen-Yu Lee
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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"Aesthetic" and "analytic" in concert - combining multisensory experience and inquiry
Erik Fooladi
Volda University College, Norway
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Affordances and constraints of learning progression designs in supporting formative assessment
Erin Marie Furtak
University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  11. Analyzing and fostering teachers' diagnostic competence in the context of formative assessment  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Agrobiodiversity – Connecting science communication and sustainability education through citizen science
Maria Peter*1, Tim Diekötter2, Kerstin Kremer3
1Kiel Science Outreach Campus, Germany, 2Institute for Natural Resource Conservation, Kiel University, Germany, 3Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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ALCESTE software usage in the identification of speeches found in written texts about the digestive system
Michele Medeiros1, Anne Freitas2, Marcelo Motokane*3, Marcelo Pereira4, Brucce Freitas5, Rafael Castro6
1University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2University of São Paulo, Brazil, 3University of São Paulo, Brazil, 4University of São Paulo, Brazil, 5University of São Paulo, Brazil, 6University of São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Aligning science teaching and learning
Jonathan Santana Valenzuela1, Corina González-Weil*1,3, Paulina Bravo González2
1Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, 2Institute of Education University College of London, UK, 3Centro de Investigación Avanzada en Educación, Chile
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Aligning teaching to learning: A 3-year study examining the embedding of language and argumentation into elementary science classrooms
B. Hand*1, L. A. Norton-Meier2, M. Gunel3, R. Akkus4
1The University of Iowa, USA, 2University of Louisville, USA, 3Faculty of Education, TED University, Turkey, 4College of Education, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. Promoting the quality of science and mathematics education through research: The role of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Altering risk perception of genetically modified food by fostering argumentation skills
Martina Heist*, Sandra Nitz, Alexander Kauertz, Jochen Scheid
University Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Am I good enough? Digitally-skilled young people and computer science career aspirations
Billy Wong
University of Reading, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Ambitious teachers’ design and use of classrooms as a place of science
David Stroupe
Michigan State University, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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An analysis of chinese chemistry textbooks from the People's Republic of China, Taiwan and Malaysia
Xiaoge Chen*, Ingo Eilks
University of Bremen, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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An analysis of teacher educators' and teachers’ questioning in IBL activities
Florian Stampfer*, Suzanne Kapelari
University of Innsbruck, Department of Subject-Specific Education, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  14. Teacher professional development: Supporting the development of inquiry-based learning pedagogies  -  09:00 - 11:00
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An attempt to combine science learning with engineering in a middle school science classroom
Katrin Vaino*1,2, Toomas Vaino2, Christina Ottander1
1Umeå University, Sweden, 2University of Tartu, Estonia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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An educational framework to support teachers in redesigning ‘cookbook’-laboratories and implementing inquiry-based assignments in academic science education
Ria Dolfing*, Peter Wolfs
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An empirical investigation of students’ disciplinary beliefs in the context of argumentation
Julia Schwanewedel
Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An evaluation of Greek educational android apps for preschoolers
Michail Kalogiannakis*, Stamatios Papadakis
University of Crete Department of Preschool Education, Faculty of Education, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An explorative laboratory study: Changing representations of functional dependencies in physics class of lower secondary school
Marie-Annette Geyer*, Gesche Pospiech
Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An instrument for measuring pupils' familiarity with science education settings
Rebecca Cors*1, Andreas Müller2, Nicolas Robin1
1University of Teacher Education, Switzerland, 2University of Geneva, Switzerland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An integrative approach to oxidation phenomena
Teresa Lupión-Cobos*1, Ángel Blanco-López1, Rafael López-Castilla2
1Universidad de Málaga, Spain, 2IES Isaac Albéniz, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An introduction of cutting-edge science: Understanding nanoworld
Sevil Akaygun*, Emine Adadan
Bogazici University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  5. IRRESISTIBLE, a project to raise youth awareness to responsible research and innovation through inquiry based science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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An investigation in to main goals of STEM outreach programmes in Ireland
Laurie Ryan*, Sarah Hayes, Peter Childs
University of Limerick, Ireland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An investigation in to main goals of STEM outreach programmes in Ireland
Laurie Ryan*, Sarah Hayes, Peter Childs
University of Limerick, Ireland
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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An investigation into the secondary science teachers' perceptions on models & modeling
Eunjin Cho*, Jong-Rim Choi, Seung-Urn Choe
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analisys of the operational invariants of a student in responding questions of quantum mechanics focusing the concept of linear superposition
Carlos Rocha*, Angela Gaulke
State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analysing and enhancing pre-service physics teachers´ competence of reflection during an internship
Anna Nowak*, Andreas Borowski, Sven Liepertz
University of Potsdam, Institute of Physics and Astronomy, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Analysing classroom discourse on waste from the standpoint of urban poor
Himanshu Srivastava*, Tuba Khan
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, India
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Analysing representations of concept in physics textbooks for lower secondary school in Sweden – the concept of pressure
Charlotte Lagerholm*1, Claes Malmberg2, Urban Eriksson3
1CSiS, Lund University, Sweden, 2Halmstad University, Sweden, 3LISMA, Kristianstad University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analysing science teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge: A report on the second PCK summit
Amanda Berry*1, Pernilla Nilsson1, Jan van Driel1, Janet Carlson1
1RMIT University, Australia, 2Halmstad University, Sweden, 3The University of Melbourne, Australia, 4Stanford University, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Analysis of interactions in a multilingual science classroom in Luxembourg
Anna Gorges
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analysis of pre-service secondary science teachers context based chemistry teaching sequences
Sylvia Moraga*1,2, Mariona Espinet2, Cristian Merino3
1Universidad de Playa Ancha, Chile, 2Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain, 3Pontificia Universidad Católica de valparaíso, Chile
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Analysis of pre-service teachers' experiences of producing ‘SSI media clip'
Songyi Heo*, Jihyeon Jeong, Sung-Won Kim
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Analysis of the development and internationalization of a scientific exhibition from the cultural-historical activity theory
Bruno Cerqueira*1, Alessandra Bizerra2
1Science Education Post-Graduation Program – University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2Institute of Biosciences - University of São Paulo, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analysis of the role of interactive whiteboard (IWB) for promoting students' scientific practices in secondary school labwork
Víctor López Simó*, Carme Grimalt Álvaro, Digna Couso Lagarón
CRECIM-UAB, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Analyzing and promoting the explicit integration of values and evidence in students' decisions about diet election: The vegetarianism dilemma
Pablo Brocos*, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analyzing conceptions on chemistry:  Proposal for a conceptual profile
Melquesedeque Freire1, Edenia Amaral*2
1Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, 2Federal Rural University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Analyzing co-teachers' interactions in a CLIL multilingual primary science classroom
Laura Valdés-Sánchez*, Mariona Espinet
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  12. Analyzing interactions in multilingual science classrooms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Analyzing development of student knowledge in quantum mechanics using conceptual field theory
Tim Bouchée*, Birgit Pepin, Marieke Thurlings
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Applying automated analysis to the measurement of constructed responses: Applications in student argumentation and teacher PCK
Christopher Wilson, Molly Stuhlsatz*, Zoe Buck Bracey, Brian Donovan
BSCS, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Are farmers scientists? Changing conceptions of the nature of science in Kerala textbooks
Rosemary Varkey
Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Are Spanish youngsters competent in environmental health?
Nuria Álvaro, Olga Mayoral*, Valentín Gavidia
Universitat de València, Spain
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  9. SIG 4 Symposium - Addressing complexity in Science|Environment|Health pedagogy  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Are they heliocentric? Spatial vision difficulties of pre-service teachers about sun path
Asuncion Menargues Marcilla*, Ruben Limiñana Morcillo, Joaquin Martinez Torregrosa, Sergio Rosa Cintas, Alexandra Rey Cubero, Carolina Nicolas Castellano
University of Alicante, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Are they really chalk and cheese?: Pre-service science teachers' perspectives on entrepreneurship and economics of science in nature of science
Sila Kaya*1, Sibel Erduran2,3, Naomi Birdthistle4
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 4Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Are they really chalk and cheese?: Pre-service science teachers' perspectives on entrepreneurship and economics of science in nature of science
Sila Kaya*1, Sibel Erduran2,3, Naomi Birdthistle4
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 4Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Argument construction to drive inquiry
Libby Gerard, Jonathan Vitale, Marcia Linn*
University of California Berkeley, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  4. Designing instruction featuring socio-scientific issues: taking advantage of online learning environments  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Argumentation in co-construction of scientific model on modelling-based ssi class
Je-Yeon Gwak
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Argumentation with contrasting cases: Facilitation of deep structure learning
Carina Rebello*, David Beardmore, Bryce Towle
Purdue University, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Assessing scientific thinking through an online hands-on large-scale assessment – What have we learnt?
Seamus Delaney*1, Irene Felchlin1, Urs Moser2
1Centre for Science and Technology Education, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland, 2Institute for Educational Evaluation, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Assessing students' ability in performing scientific inquiry in primary education
Patricia Kruit*1, Ed Van Den Berg1, Ron Oostdam1, Jaap Schuitema2
1Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands, 2University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Assessing students' experimentation processes in guided inquiry
Markus Emden*1, Elke Sumfleth1
1University of Education, Germany, 2University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. Promoting the quality of science and mathematics education through research: The role of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Assessing students' understanding and reasoning about the complexity of sustainability issues
Sandra Sprenger1, Jens Christian Benninghaus1, Kerstin Kremer*2
1Universität Hamburg, Germany, 2IPN Kiel University, Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  9. SIG 4 Symposium - Addressing complexity in Science|Environment|Health pedagogy  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Assessing students' understanding of measurement uncertainties
Johannes Schulz*, Burkhard Priemer
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Assessing the preparation for future learning of energy
David Fortus*1, Marcus Kubsch2, Yaron Lehavi1, Sebastian Opitz3, Jeffrey Nordine2
1Weimann Institute of Science, Israel, 2Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany, 3CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Teaching energy without transformations: Developing and evaluating a novel middle school unit  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Assessing three-dimensional learning about energy
Knut Neumann*1, Marcus Kubsch1, Israel Touitou2
1Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany, 2CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Teaching energy without transformations: Developing and evaluating a novel middle school unit  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Assessment of scientific literacy through socio-scientific issues with secondary school science students
Ruth Chadwick*, Eilish McLoughlin, Odilla Finlayson
Dublin City University, Ireland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Authentic collaboration between the Melbourne Museum and the Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Merryn Dawborn-Gundlach*, Christine Redman
Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Structuring Higher Education partnerships with science education learning centres  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Authenticity as a criterion to describe and categorize out-of-school places of learning
Julia Suckut
University of Cologne, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Autonomy-supportive teaching behavior in science lessons - an intervention for pre-service teachers
Nadine Großmann*, Stefan Fries, Matthias Wilde
Bielefeld University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Background of student teachers in primary science
Trine Hyllested
University College Capital, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Barriers, benefits and blame: collaborations between science and mathematics departments
Vicky Wong*1, Justin Dillon2, Heather King1
1King's College London, UK, 2University of Bristol, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Becoming a chemistry teacher: a narrative approach
Alex Dawes
University College London, UK
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Upcoming research in science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Beliefs’ about teaching and learning of chemistry student teachers in Croatia
Lana Saric*1, Silvija Markic2
1University of Split, Croatia, 2IDN-Chemistry Education, University of Bremen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Bilingual modules in biology education - new perspectives for learning
Stephanie Ohlberger*, Claas Wegner
Bielefeld University, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Biodiversity education: The importance of knowledge on concepts
Marcelo Tadeu Motokane
University of São Paulo - FFCLRP, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Biology faculty teaching teacher students - what is forefronted and what is possible?
Annica Gullberg
Uppsala University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Biology teachers reported practice and purpose with laboratory work
Mari Sjøberg
Institution of teacher education and school research, Norway
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Brain responses to counterintuitive scientific statements in students showing high and low science competence
Genevieve Allaire-Duquette*1, Michel Belanger2, Roland H.Grabner3, Steve Masson1
1Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada, 2Universite du Quebec a Rimouski, Canada, 3University of Graz, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Broadening our understanding of transformative science learning contexts: The role of design, collaboration and digital technologies
Eleni A. Kyza
Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Thursday 24th August Keynote 4:  Keynote 4  -  14:00 - 15:00
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Building a learning community: A case of environmental science teachers
Anat Abramovich*1,2, Shirley Miedijensky3
1Technion-Israel Institut of Technology, Israel, 2Gordon Academic College of Education, Israel, 3Oranim Academic College of Education, Israel
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Building explanations about evaporation in early childhood
Sabela F. Monteira*, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  15. Scientific Practices in Early Childhood and Primary Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Building science teacher identity through an integrated program of study
Doris Jorde*1, Cathrine Wahlstrøm Tellefsen2
1University of Oslo, Faculty of Education, Norway, 2University of Oslo, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science, Norway
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Building students' capacity for democratic participation and responsible innovation through science education
Eleni Kyza*1, Yiannis Georgiou1, Andreas Hadjichambis2, Andria Agesilaou1
1Cyprus University of Technolog, Cyprus, 2Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. Responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the science classroom: Students' learning outcomes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Can - and should - empathy play a role in teaching complex science|environment|health concepts?
Albert Zeyer*1, Justin Dillon2
1Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, 2University of Bristol, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Can research-informed NetLogo models promote the idea of contigency in ecosystems' behaviour?
Georgios Ampatzidis*, Marida Ergazaki
University of Patras, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Can segmentation or prompting improve learning from non-algorithmic worked examples?
Katrin Schuessler*1, Jenna Koenen2, Elke Sumfleth1
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2Humboldt-University, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Canadian science education research: A comparison across dissemination outlets
Christine D. Tippett*1, Jerine M. Pegg2, Dawn Wiseman3, Todd M. Milford4
1University of Ottawa, Canada, 2University of Alberta, Canada, 3McGill University, Canada, 4University of Victoria, Canada
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  10. ASTE international region: Trends in science education research: An international perspective  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Canadian science education research: a comparison between Canada, UK, Ireland, and Australia
Jerine Pegg*1, Dawn Wiseman2
1Universiy of Alberta, Canada, 2McGill University, Canada
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  10. ASTE international region: Trends in science education research: An international perspective  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Candles in the wind: what can an analysis of ‘field' offer understandings of student science identities and engagement in the classroom?
Louise Archer
King's College London, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. State of the art research on science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Capturing children's ideas in science through the use of mini whiteboards: A case study of children with SEND
Carol Callinan*1, Jennifer Johnston1, Nik Fotou2
1University of Lincoln, UK, 2National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Capturing implicit knowledge elements in drawings using a personal construct psychology analysis approach
Enda Carr
DCU, Ireland
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Capturing the nature of teaching science? - Modifying a video coding manual for ELA to science education
Marianne Ødegaard
University of Oslo, Norway
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  3. Methodologies and Methods in video based research of teaching and learning processes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Career aspirations among sixth graders
Tuula Keinonen*, Maija Saramäki, Sirpa Kärkkäinen
University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Carrying out biology investigations in early years
Marida Ergazaki*, Vassiliki Zogza
University of Patras, Greece
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  15. Scientific Practices in Early Childhood and Primary Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Cartoons and science education in the early grades
Eleni Kolokouri*1, Katerina Plakitsi2
1University Department of Pre-shool Education, Greece, 2University Department of Pre-shool Education, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Categorized concept maps as tools for visualizing the structure of written explanations
Steffen Wagner*, Burkhard Priemer
Humboldt-University, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Challenges in integrating engineering into science education in Finland
Jesse Hietala*, Mikko H. P. Kesonen, Kirsi Ikonen, Mervi A. Asikainen, Pekka E. Hirvonen
University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Challenges in teacher training for higher education: Formation of postgraduate students in chemistry
Victor Gomes Lima Ferraz*, José Guilherme Silva Lopes
Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Challenges in understanding photosynthesis in a university introductory biosciences class
Ilona Södervik*1, Mirjamaija Mikkilä-Erdmann1, Viivi Virtanen1
1Department of Teacher Education, Finland, 2Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences University of Helsinki, Finland
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. Promoting the quality of science and mathematics education through research: The role of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Challenges of science teacher education in low-income nations – The case of Ethiopia
Mekbib Alemu*1, Per M Kind2, Mesfin Tadesse1, Kassa Michael1, Mulugeta Atafnu1
1Addis Ababa Univeristy, Ethiopia, 2Durham University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Challenges students face in producing a scientific explanation of dynamics
Jennifer Yeo*1, John Gilbert2, Eugene Lim1
1Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2The University of Reading, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Changes in Czech teachers' subjective theories of formative assessment while introducing formative peer-assessment in inquiry based math lessons
Iva Stuchlikova*, Iva Zlabkova, Alena Hospesova
University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Changes in teachers’ formative assessment through collaboration in a community of learners
Regula Grob*, Monika Holmeier, Peter Labudde
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Center for Science and Technology Education, Switzerland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Changing secondary students' conceptions of nature of science with socio-scientific issues
Dawnne LePretre*, Norman Lederman, Judith Lederman
Illinois Institution of Technology, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Characterisation of students' argumentative reasoning
Rosária Justi*, Marina Martins, Stefannie Ibraim
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. New approaches to argumentation analysis: accounting for emotions and cooperation  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Characterisations of the nature of science (NOS): Enquiry, modelling and argumentation
Agustín Adúriz-Bravo1,2
1Instituto CeFIEC, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2CONICET, Argentina
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Characterization of preferences and practices of teaching of chemistry teachers of the state of Santa Catarina from survey TALIS
Nicole Glock Maceno*1, Moisés da Silva Lara2, Marcelo Giordan1
1University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 3University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Characterizing active learning tasks in university science classrooms
Leanne Doughty*, Robert M. Talbot, Laurel Hartley, Amreen Nasim, Paul Le
University of Colorado Denver, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Characterizing PCK in a teachers training program
Céline Lepareur, David Cross*, Valérie Munier
University of Montpellier, France
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Chemical calculations - interplay of chemical understanding and mathematical skills
Lennart Kimpel*, Elke Sumfleth
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Chemie im Kontext in Spain: A context based methodology for chemistry teaching in secondary education
Ignacio Sanchez Diaz*, David-Samuel Di Fuccia
University of Kassel, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Chemistry in context: Features and evaluation of curricular materials implemented in Catalonia
Fina Guitart*1, Josep Corominas2
1CESIRE. Department of Education of Catalonia, Spain, 2Escola Pia de Sitges, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Chemistry teachers' estimation of their students' attitudes towards chemistry topics
Martin Rusek
Charles University, Czech Republic
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Chemistry teachers` pedagogical scientific language knowledge
Silvija Markic
IDN – Chemistry Education, University of Bremen, Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Language and chemistry teaching and learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Chemistry teaching assistants' TSPCK for chemical bonding: Representations and teaching strategies
Frackson Mumba*, Laura Ochs
University of Virginia, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Teachers’ knowledge for teaching chemical bonding: Scope and trajectories  -  09:00 - 11:00
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ChemistryLab Gadolin as a relevant learning environment for lifelong learning
Maija Aksela1,2
1University of Helsinki, Chemistry Teacher Education, Finland, 2LUMA Centre Finland, University of Helsinki, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  9. How to better understand what science is all about? – Outreach approaches to involve students in authentic science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Children’s drawings about “radiation”— a replication study five years after Fukushima
Thomas Plotz*, Fanny Hollenthoner
University of Vienna, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Children's conceptions about microorganisms and health
Graça S. Carvalho*1, Paulo Mafra1,2, Nelson Lima1,3
1CIEC, University of Minho, Portugal, 2High School of Education, Polytechnic Institute, Portugal, 3CEB, University of Minho, Portugal
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Children's ideas about fossils and foundational concepts related to fossils
Lisa Borgerding*1, Sara Raven2
1Kent State University, USA, 2Texas A&M, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  15. Early years science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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“Choice2explore” – a teaching concept for inclusive science education in primary schools
Lisa Rott*, Annette Marohn
Westfälische-Wilhelms Universität, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Choice2reflect - assessing conflictual topics by using scientific test criteria
Florian Jungkamp*, Annette Marohn
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Choosing a science career:  Free choice science learning, self-efficacy, identity, and motivation
M. Gail Jones*1, Gina Childers2, Katherine Chesnutt1, Elysa Corin3, Thomas Andre4, Emily Cayton1
1NC State University, USA, 2University of North Georgia, USA, 3Exploratorium, USA, 4Iowa State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Cinematographic language: A pedagogical resource for the formation of scientific concepts
José Nunes dos Santos1, Maria José Fontona Gebara*1
1UNICAMP, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Climbing the 4-steps to inquiry-oriented science learning
Konstantinos Karampelas
University of the Aegean, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Cognitive acceleration and the science of learning: In search of the plasticity of intelligence
Timothy Smith
University of Queensland, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  11. Cognitive acceleration: Positive gains made in cognition, learning and affect  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Cognitive development and adolescents' perceptions of presence in 3D, haptic, virtual reality
Rebecca Hite*1, Gail Jones2, Gina Childers3, Megan Ennes2, Katherine Chesnutt2, Mariana Pereyra2, Emily Cayton2
1Texas Tech University, USA, 2North Carolina State University, USA, 3University of North Georgia, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Cognitive mechanisms mobilized by novices to overcome a common misconception in electricity
Lucian Nenciovici*1,2, Lorie Marlène Brault-Foisy1,2, Geneviève Allaire-Duquette1,2, Patrice Potvin2, Martin Riopel2, Steve Masson1,2
1Laboratory for Research in Neuroeducation, Canada, 2Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Collaborative predictions during inquiry learning: Individual or joint?
Géraldine Fauville*1, Mario Martinez-Garza2, Jonathan Vitale2, Marcia Linn2
1Department of Education, Communication and Learning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2Graduate School of Education, University of California Berkeley, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  4. Designing instruction featuring socio-scientific issues: taking advantage of online learning environments  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Communication among communities of public engagement with science
Gultekin Cakmakci
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  8. Bridging science education and science communication: research, practice and collaboration  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Community ethnography as pedagogy in equity-oriented STEM-rich making
Angela Calabrese Barton*1, Edna Tan2
1Michigan State University, USA, 2University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Comparative study of educational system and national science curriculum between Mongolia and South Korea
Ganchimeg Gantumur*, Heeyoung Cha
Korea National University of Education, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Comparing two inquiry professional development interventions in science on primary students' questioning and other inquiry behaviours
Kim Nichols
University of Queensland, Australia
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  0. Research in Science Education (RISE) Symposium: Current international research informing Australasian science education: How can this orient us for the future?  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Comparison between teaching and learning practices in physics education in France and Western Switzerland. The case of properties of matter in lower secondary school.
Laurence Marty*1,2, Patrice Venturini2, Florence Ligozat1
1University of Geneva, Switzerland, 2University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, France
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Comparison of curriculum in the US and Finland
Janna Inkinen*2, Jason Burns1, Kellie Cunningham1
1Michigan State University, USA, 2University of Helsinki, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Comparison of lower secondary school students`and their teachers` contextual and learning method preferences in science classes
Moonika Teppo*, Regina Soobard, Miia Rannikmäe
University of Tartu, Estonia
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Comparison of the perceived relevancy of various criteria of scientificity by primary and high school teachers
Estelle Blanquet*1, Eric Picholle2
1LACES EA 4140, University of Bordeaux, France, 2INPHYNI, CNRS UMR 7010, Université Côte d'Azur, France
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Comparison of two fast-track approaches to quality STEM teacher preparation
Gale Mentzer*1, Charlene Czerniak2
1Acumen Research and Evaluation, LLC, USA, 2The University of Toledo, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Competence models and learning progressions – conceptual similarities and differences
Alicia Alonzo*1, Annette Upmeier zu Belzen2
1Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University, USA, 2Biology Education, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  1. Competence models and learning progressions - reflections on different models of student learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Competence models for science in Switzerland
Susanne Metzger*1, Christoph Gut2
1Centre for Science and Technology Education, School of Education, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland, 2Zurich Univesity of Teacher Education, Switzerland
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  1. Competence models and learning progressions - reflections on different models of student learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Competence-based teacher education: Developing a model for interdisciplinary teaching-learning concepts
Eva Kriehuber*, Christina Beck, Bettina Blasini, Eva Seifert, Claudia Nerdel
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Competence-based view on models and modelling
Dirk Krüger*1, Moritz Krell1, Annette Upmeier zu Belzen2
1Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 2Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  1. Competence models and learning progressions - reflections on different models of student learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Competences assessment criteria in health. The case of hygiene
Valentín Gavidia, Olga Mayoral*, Cristina Sendra
Dpto. Didáctica CC. Experimentales y Sociales. Universitat de València, Spain
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Complexity of practical work in science curricula and national exams: Analysis of recontextualizing processes
Sílvia Ferreira*, Ana M. Morais
UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Complexity science and citizenship skills: A pilot study with adult citizens
Eleonora Barelli*1, Luca Albertazzi1, Giulia Tasquier1, Laura Branchetti2, Olivia Levrini1
1Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy, 2Liceo Statale G. M. Colombini, Italy
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Conceptual and critical development about osmosis: the effects of a thought provoking situation in students teachers
Laurence Viennot*, Nicolas Décamp
LDAR EA4434, Univ. Paris Diderot, France
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Conceptual knowledge and interest - longitudinal analysis of their development and interaction
Lars Höft*, Sascha Bernholt, Janet Blankenburg
Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Conceptual understanding of scientific ideas through dialogue and experiment
Christel Balck*1, Jan Sermeus2,3, Wim Temmerman1, Bram Robberecht1, Jelle De Schrijver2,4, Beatriz Garcia Fernandez5, Tsepo Mokuku6
1Odisee university college, Belgium, 2Odisee university college, Belgium, 3KU Leuven, Belgium, 4UGent, Belgium, 5Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, 6National university of Lesotho, Lesotho
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Conceptualising and designing professional development to foster creativity in early years science
Bea Merckx*1, Jozefien Schaffler1, Dimitris Rossis2, Fani Stylianidou2, Esme Glauert3, Rachel Edmondson3, Teresa Cremin4, Tatjana Dragovic-Andersen4, Jessica Baines-Holmes4, Adelina Sporea5, Dan Sporea5
1Artevelde University College, Belgium, 2Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece, 3UCL Institute of Education, UK, 4Open University, UK, 5National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  15. Creativity in early years science education: development of evidence-based teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Concrete and abstract representations in chemistry education
Perihan Akman*, Sabine Fechner
Paderborn University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Construct validity in a scale of beliefs of science teachers regarding questions in the classroom
Carol Joglar1, Marianela Navarro2, Sandra Rojas*3
1University of Santiago, Chile, 2University of the Andes, Chile, 3Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Chile
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Constructing representations as a core science disciplinary literacy
Vaughan Prain*1, Russell Tytler1, Peter Hubber1, Bruce Waldrip2
1Deakin University, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Australia
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  7. Literacy for scientific practices and inquiry  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Construction technology in preschool
Kristina Thorshag*2, Mona Holmqvist1
1Malmö University, Sweden, 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Contemporary science in chemistry teacher education
Mareike Frevert*, David-Samuel Di Fuccia
University of Kassel, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Context characteristics and their influence on students' situational interest and understanding in chemistry education
Sebastian Habig*, Helena van Vorst, Elke Sumfleth
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Context-based learning in the middle years: Achieving resonance between context and concepts
Donna King*, Senka Henderson
Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  2. Effects of context-based science education on knowledge development and interests  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Context-based learning via conceptual modelling: Assessing science teachers' systems thinking
Yehudit Dori*1,2, Rea Lavi1
1The faculty of Education in Science and Technology, Israel, 2Samuel Neaman Institute, Israel
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  2. Effects of context-based science education on knowledge development and interests  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Continued Professional Development: The impact of teaching material across Europe
Katrin Engeln*1, Ragnhild Staberg2, Maria Febri2
1Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany, 2Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  14. Teacher professional development: Supporting the development of inquiry-based learning pedagogies  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Continuous and systematic measuring of emotions in science teaching
Jesus Sanchez-Martin*, Florentina Cañada Cañada, Maria Antonia Davila Acedo
University of Extremadura, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Continuous professional development of science teachers for teaching complex socio-scientific issues via a non-formal science learning project
Ingo Eilks*, Fiona Affeldt
University of Bremen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. The challenge of teachers to teach complex socio-scientific issues in science class  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Continuous professional development of teachers who were involved in the development and implementation of socio-scientific issues
Rachel Mamlok-Naaman*, Avi Hofstein
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. The challenge of teachers to teach complex socio-scientific issues in science class  -  09:00 - 11:00
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'Control must be maintained': Science teachers' practice outside the classroom
Melissa Glackin
King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Correlation between word association and conceptual understanding of scientific terms
Eunjeong Yun*, Yunebae Park
Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Coteaching with senior students - a way to improve chemistry teaching in upper secondary school
Felix Schultze*, Pernilla Nilsson
School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences,Halmstad University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Coteaching: Collaboration in science teacher education
Colette Murphy
Trinity College, Ireland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Creating inclusive science learning opportunities for newly arrived students in Sweden: Examining an afterschool program
Geeta Verma*1, Per-Olof Wickman2, Cecilia Kozma3
1University of Colorado Denver, Denver, USA, 2Stockholm University, Sweden, 3Vetenskapens Hus, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Embracing diversity: Examples from science classrooms in Sweden, Luxembourg and the U.S.  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Creating pedagogies for sustainability in Chile through chemistry education: benefits and challenges from teachers’ perspectives
Denise Quiroz Martinez
University College London, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Critical thinking in electricity and magnetism: An assessment tool for secondary school students
Jan Sermeus*1,2, Mieke De Cock1, Jan Elen1
1KU Leuven, Belgium, 2Odisee university college, Belgium
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Cross-cultural epistemological orientations to socioscientific issues
Dana L. Zeidler1, Benjamin C. Herman*1, Mitch Ruzek1, Anne Linder2, Shu-Sheng Lin3
1Department of Secondary Education, College of Education, University of South Florida, USA, 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University, Sweden, 3Graduate Institute of Mathematics and Science Education, National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Epistemological inquiry from the Journal of Research in Science Teaching  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Cultural influence on students' self-concepts of chemistry: Questioning the traditional gender gap
Lilith Rüschenpöhler*, Silvija Markic
Universität Bremen, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Cumulative learning of evolution - Evaluation of a spiral curriculum with students´ conceptions
Martin Scheuch*, Heidemarie Amon, Jaqueline Scheibstock, Helene Bauer
University of Vienna, Austria
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Curiosity: A fruitful concept for science education?
Gertraud Benke
Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurt, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Curriculum reform based on the development of scientific competences: Controversies in teachers’ opinions
Teresa Lupión-Cobos*, Ángel Blanco-López
Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Czech high school student's knowledge, understanding and attitude of human evolution
Radka Marta Dvorakova*1, Martin Hula2
1Department of Teaching and Didactics of Biology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic, 2Department of Philosophy and History of Sciences, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Dealing with learners' diversity in performance during experimental inquiry-learning in chemistry
Dennis Kirstein*, Sebastian Habig, Maik Walpuski
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Debate on the nature of science in the context of scientific competence for citizenship
Francisco-José González-García, Enrique España-Ramos, Angel Blanco-López*, Antonio-Joaquin Franco-Mariscal
Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Decision-making biases in the modelling based SSI class
Jong-Uk Kim*, Je-Yeon Gwak, Ji-Yeon Kwon, Yoon-Hee Ha, Seok-Hyun Ga, Chan-Jong Kim, Seung-Urn Choe
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Decision-making in inquiry-based activities: Opportunity for engagement in epistemic practices
Maíra Silva1,4, Eloísa Gerolin*2, Daniel Manzoni-de-Almeida3, Sílvia Trivelato4
1Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil, 2Programa Interunidades em Ensino de Ciências, USP, Brazil, 3Escola da Saúde do Centro Universitário das Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas, Brazil, 4Faculdade de Educação, USP, Brazil
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Defining reasoning in dialogic classroom argumentation argumentation
Kaisa Jokiranta*, Jenna Hiltunen, Markus Hähkiöniemi, Sami Lehesvuori, Pasi Nieminen, Jouni Viiri
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Demonstration for learning "Gas Laws" in Chilean science classrooms: Disciplinary, cognitive and interactional dimensions
Marcela Ruiz1, Alejandra Meneses*2, Maximliano Montenegro2
1Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile, 2Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Description of a new instrument to assess alternative conceptions about earth's dynamics: The case of a group of elementary Chilean students
Claudia Vergara*1, Luisa Pinto2, Karla Bustamante3, Paz González1,4, Javier Jiménez5, Hernán Cofré6
1Alberto Hurtado University, Social Science Department, Chile, 2University of Chile, Geology Department, Chile, 3Universidad Central, Chile, 4Diego Portales University, Chile, 5Raul Silva Henriquez University, Chile, 6Catholic University of Valparaiso, Biology Institute, Chile
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Description of a system for analysing students' scientific explanations
Vanessa Andrade*, Sofia Freire, Mónica Baptista
Institute of Education University of Lisbon, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Design criteria for a teaching approach on systems thinking
Melde Gilissen*, Roald Verhoeff, Christine Knippels, Wouter van Joolingen
Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Design-based-research as paradigm to bridge the theory-practice gap - examplified with a project on introductory optics
Claudia Haagen-Schützenhöfer
University of Graz, Austria
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Designing a visit to a science center as a means towards conceptual change
Anastasios Zoupidis*1, Maria Karnezou2, Dimitrios Kougioumtzidis3, Dimitrios Pnevmatikos1, Petros Kariotoglou1
1School of Education, University of Western Macedonia, Greece, 2NOESIS – The Science Center and Technology Museum, Greece, 36th Junior High School, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Designing and analyzing socio-cultural concepts of science education for the early grades
Xarikleia Theodoraki
University of Ioannina, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Designing LabVIEW based electricity and electronics laboratories as intervention tool in physics
Yohanes Wolde-Senbet*, Maria Åström
Department of Engineering and Physics, Karlstad University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Designing STEM education: A course for pre-service science teachers
Elise Quant
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Designing to use mobile apps as artifacts to promote action with socioscientific issues
Susan Yoon*, Noora Noushad, Jooeun Shim
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Determinants of science teacher pedagogy in English secondary schools
Peter Taylor
University of Wolverhampton, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Determining 6th and 9th grade students' motivation and context preferences in science and mathematics
Merlin Saulep1, Miia Rannikmäe*1, Terje Hõim2
1University of Tartu, Estonia, 2Wilkes Honors College, Florida Atlantic University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Determining change in students´ science achievement during gymnasium studies
Regina Soobard*, Miia Rannikmäe
University of Tartu, Estonia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Developing a learning progression for electrolyte solutions: From the perspective of cognition
boyuan Yin*, lei Wang
Institute of Chemical Education, Beijing Normal University, China
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Developing an intervention to improve scientific literacy of healthcare students
Inga Ploomipuu*, Miia Rannikmäe, Jack Holbrook
University of Tartu, Estonia
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Developing and measuring optimal learning environments in secondary chemistry and physics
Joseph Krajcik*1, Jari Lavonen2, Katariina Salmela-Aro2, Barbara Schneider1
1Michigan State University, USA, 2University of Helsinki, Finland
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Developing and using an instrument to assess high school students' attitudes to STEM subjects and human spaceflight
Maria Turkenburg-van Diepen*, Judith Bennett, Jeremy Airey, Lynda Dunlop
University of York, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Developing commonsense theories of motion: The emergence of misconceptions
Michael Hast
St Mary's University, Twickenham, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Developing curricula to support creative and inquiry-based approaches to early years science
Esmé Glauert*1, Jillian Trevethan1, Fani Stylianidou2, Dimitris Rossis2, Teresa Cremin3, Tatjana Dragovic-Anderson3, Jessica Baines-Holmes3, Bea Merckx4, Jozefien Schaffler4, Adelina Sporea5, Dan Sporea5
1UCL Institute of Education, UK, 2Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece, 3Open University, UK, 4Artevelde University College, Belgium, 5National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  15. Creativity in early years science education: development of evidence-based teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Developing digital video games (DVGs) in science teacher education
Lisa Briona*1, Isha DeCoito2
1University of Nebraska - Lincoln, USA, 2Western University, Canada
Thursday 24th August Workshop Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Developing focused assessments for primary science
Kendra McMahon*1, Sarah Earle1, Dan Davies2, Alan Howe1, Chris Collier1
1Bath Spa University, UK, 2Cardiff Metroplitan University, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Developing future-skaffolding skills: Pilot-study on a teaching/learning module about climate change and project design
Olivia Levrini*1, Laura Branchetti2, Paola Fantini3, Monica Russo4, Giulia Tasquier1, Ilaria Venturelli1
1Department of Physics and Astronomy, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Italy, 2Liceo Statale G.M. Colombini, Italy, 3Liceo Scientifico A. Einstein, Italy, 4Research Area, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Italy
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Developing leadership in preschool science education - the significance of cultural background
Ornit Spektor-Levy*1, Taly Shechter1, Anat Abramovich2
1The School of Education, Bar Ilan University, Israel, 2Israeli Center for Scientific and Technological Education, Technion, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Developing post-16 students' understandings of Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer and human cloning via a law-in-action workshop
Vanessa Kind*, Shaun Pattinson, Benedict Douglas
Durham University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Developing pre-service teachers' competencies of students' allergies management in school environment
Iztok Devetak*1, Sonja Posega Devetak2, Tina Vesel3
1University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, Slovenia, 2General and teaching hospital Izola, Department of paediatrics, Slovenia, 3Department of Allergology, Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology, University Children's Hospital, University Medical Centre, Slovenia
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  9. Health and medicine in science education: Theory and practice perspectives from ESERA SIG 4  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Developing students capability to critically reason when encountering conflicting  health information online
Jonna Wiblom*, Carl-Johan Rundgren, Maria Andrée
Stockholm University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Developing students' problem solving ability: How do physics lessons contribute?
Florian Gigl*, Eva Cauet, Alexander Kauertz
Universität Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Developing views of life through nature-based experiences and experience on living things
Junko Iwama*, Tatsushi Kobayashi, Taro Hatogai, Shizuo Matsubara
Toin University of Yokohama, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Development and application of a rubric for assessing students' understanding on nature of technology in the context of socioscientific issues
Hyunok Lee*, Hyunju Lee
Ewha womans university, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Development and evaluation of science lessons using a plant factory and leveraging the STEM model
Shuichi Yamashita*, Masato Miyashima
Chiba University, Japan
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Development and validation of a learning progression of basic astronomy phenomena for middle school students
Silvia Galano
Physics Division, School of Science and Technology, University of Camerino, Italy
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Development and validation of an instrument to measure understanding of nano
Konrad J. Schönborn*, Gunnar E. Höst, Karljohan E. Lundin Palmeriu
Linköping University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Publishing chemistry education research and evidence-based practices with CERP  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Development and validation of an inventory for critical components of high school STEM programs
Tara Behrend*1, Erin Peters Burton2
1The George Washington University, USA, 2George Mason University, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Development and validation of learning progressions on chemical concepts
Kübra Nur Celik*, Maik Walpuski
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Development of an analytical framework for interaction analysis in multilingual science classrooms
Saouma BouJaoude*1, Sara Salloum2
1American University of Beirut, Lebanon, 2University of Balamand, Lebanon
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  12. Analyzing interactions in multilingual science classrooms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Development of an instrument for identifying pre-service physics teachers’ noticing
Anna Carina Wöhlke*, Dietmar Höttecke
Universität Hamburg, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Development of an instrument to assess representation practices In elementary classrooms
Sheau-Wen Lin*, Wen-Chien Hsie
National Pingtung University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Development of observation skills in science education for enhanced understanding
Ann Mutvei*, Jan-Eric Mattsson
Södertörn University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Development of pre-service teachers’ formative assessment practices
Claudia von Aufschnaiter*, Ann-Kathrin Beretz, Katja Lengnink
Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  11. Analyzing and fostering teachers' diagnostic competence in the context of formative assessment  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Development of primary teacher students' technological pedagogical knowledge (TPACK) during first year of teacher
Jari Kukkonen*1, Teemu Valtonen1, Erkko Sointu1, Kati Mäkitalo-Siegl2
1University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 2University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Development of scientific literacy: A multidisciplinary study in multilingual secondary schools
Clas Olander*1, Maaike Hajer1, Sofie Johansson2, Anders Jakobsson3, Annika Karlsson1, Maria Kouns1, Anna Lyngfelt2, Pia Nygård Larsson1
1University of Malmö, Sweden, 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 3University of Halmstad, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Development of secondary science education program through astronomical observation practice
Seok Hyun Ga, Ji-Yeon Kwon, Byung Il Yoon, Jong-Uk Kim, Yoon-hee Ha, Je-Yeon Gwak, Yoon-Sung Choi, Chan-Jong Kim, Seung Urn Choe*
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Dialogic teaching to establish consensus in argumentation
Ying-Chih Chen*, Xue Qiao
Arizona State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Different students' group according to their preferred activities during physics lessons
Martina Kekule
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Digital narratives in health education: Reflection in learning
Maria Augusta Palácio1, Miriam Struchiner*2
1Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Digital supported concept learning, based on teachers’ developed TPACK
Karin Ollinen
Department of Educational Sciences, Lund University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Disability in physics: Lessons from the binary view of gender
Adrienne Traxler*1, Jennifer Blue1
1Department of Physics, Wright State University, USA, 2Department of Physics, Miami University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Physics education and gender: Identity as an analytic lens for research  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Disciplinary discernment in astronomy education – Hertzsprung-Russell-diagrams
Urban Eriksson*1,2, Maria Rosbeg1, Andreas Redfors1
1LISMA, Kristianstad University, Sweden, 2NRCF, Lund University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Discourses of programming teaching within compulsory education - fixed or changeable?
Eva Björkholm*, Susanne Engström
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Do hands-on activities and self-explanations support primary students' physics knowledge acquision?
Erich Starauschek*, Marcel Bullinger
University of Education Ludwigsburg, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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“Do students have mental models about the composition of a carbonated drink?”
Joaquín Cañero Arias*1, Ángel Blanco López1, José María Oliva Martínez2
1University of Málaga, Spain, 2University of Cádiz, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Do you speak physics? The relation between conditional sentence patterns, scientific language competencies and science learning
Robert Aleksov*1, Heiko Krabbe2, Hendrik Härtig1, Hans E. Fischer1
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2Ruhr-University-Bochum, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Does information about HPV vaccination have an impact on teacher students' vaccination judgements?
Alla Keselman*1, Albert Zeyer2
1National Library of Medicine, USA, 2Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  9. Health and medicine in science education: Theory and practice perspectives from ESERA SIG 4  -  09:00 - 11:00
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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
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Does peer review improve the pre-service science teachers' written arguments?
Esra Capkinoglu*1, Gulsen Leblebicioglu2, Duygu Metin3, Pinar Seda Cetin2
1Independent Researcher, Turkey, 2Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey, 3Bozok University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Does students' selective attention interfere with their achievement in chemistry?
Iztok Devetak, Miha Slapničar*, Vesna Ferk Savec, Mojca Juriševič
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Drawing as a core epistemic practice in science classrooms
Russell Tytler*, George Aranda, Joseph Ferguson, Radhika Gorur
Deakin University, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. Students’ meaning making in science through representation – constraints and affordances  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Drawing nature of science in pre-service science teacher education
Sibel Erduran*1,2, Ebru Kaya3
1University of Oxford, UK, 2National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 3Bogazici University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Drawing water from wells: Science literacy, epistemic trust and open-mindedness
Aviv J. Sharon*, Ayelet Baram-Tsabari
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Dynamics in a professional development project for science museum educators
Jesús Piqueras*1, Marianne Achiam2
1Stockholm University, Sweden, 2University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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ECEC students‘ attitudes to natural sciences and their promotion in school instruction
Doris Drexl*, Joana Wolfsperger, Eva Born-Rauchenecker
German Youth Institute, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  15. Learning and teaching science within early years education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Ecology, archeology, sociology: Science teachers' views of inquiry learning
Tali Tal1
1Technion, Israel, 2Michigan State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Education in informal science centers: Educators’ perceived levels of self-efficacy
Megan Ennes*, M. Gail Jones, Emily Cayton, Katherine Chesnutt, Pamela Huff
North Carolina State University, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Educational reconstructed evolution course - an approach to use synergetic effects in German science teacher education
Barnd Unger
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Educational reconstruction of the concept of renewable energy resources
Sybille Huefner*1, Kai Niebert2, Simone Abels1
1Leuphana University, Germany, 2University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Science education in the Anthropocene  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Educational robotics: Impact on students’ interest and performance during a chemistry laboratory
Hugo G. Lapierre
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Eeffects of integrated learning on students' view of the relation between mathematics and science
Louise Bindel*, Martin Lindner
Martin-Luther-University Halle, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Effect of low-achieved students in game-based experience on coral protection issue
Chia-Cheng Yeh*1, Chih-Hsiung Ku2, Wen-Cheng Chen3, Tso-Chung Sung1, Li-Shu Chen1
1National Museum of Marine Science & Technology, Taiwan, 2National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, 3Da Sing Primary School, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Effect of the active participated material development process on prospective science teachers' astronomy self-efficacy beliefs
Cigdem Sahin*, Ummu Gulsum Durukan
Giresun University, Turkey
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Effective use of STEM industry initiatives for enriching primary science
Ben Dunn, Irina Kudenko*, Tom Lyons
National STEM Learning Network, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Effectiveness of teaching interventions based on sociocultural constructivism on environmental problems: Group learning versus individual learning
Filiz Kabapınar, Oya Ağlarcı*
Marmara University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Effects of a rubric for reasoning on teachers' diagnostic competence and students' learning
Robbert Smit
University of Teacher Education St. Gallen, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  11. Analyzing and fostering teachers' diagnostic competence in the context of formative assessment  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Effects of a science centre lab workshop on motivation and achievement
Dorothee Brovelli*, Markus Wilhelm
University of Teacher Education, Switzerland
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Effects of community-based socioscientific issues programs to promote character and values as citizens in South Korea
Gahyoung Kim*, Suhi Kwon, Hyunju Lee
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Effects of incremental scaffolds on knowledge acquisition during experimentation in biology lessons
Alexandra Stümmler*, Matthias Wilde
Bielefeld University, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Effects of teachers' PCK, CK and supportive climate on students' situational interest
Tobias Dorfner*, Christian Förtsch, Birgit Jana Neuhaus
Biology Education, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Efficacy of inquiry-based and "cookbook" labs at different school levels
Lukáš Rokos
University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Elementary science teachers’ view and enactment formative assessment during hands-on activities
Poh hiang Tan*1, Aik Ling Tan2
1Ministry of Education, Singapore, 2Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Embodied chemistry: A design based study on creative drama in chemistry education
Kerstin Danckwardt-Lillieström*, Maria Andrée, Margareta Enghag
Department of mathematics and science education, Stockholm university, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Emotions associated with different methodologies for physics learning by teachers in training
Guadalupe Martínez-Borreguero*, Francisco Luis Naranjo-Correa, Jesús Maestre-Jiménez
University of Extremadura, Spain
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Emotions, values and knowledge in students' argumentation about farm animal welfare
Laurence Simmoneaux*, Amélie Lipp
ENSFEA, EFTS, Université Toulouse, France
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. New approaches to argumentation analysis: accounting for emotions and cooperation  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Empathy through place-based environmental socioscientific issues instruction
Benjamin Herman*1, Dana Zeidler2, Mark Newton2
1University of Missouri, USA, 2University of South Florida, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Energy teaching at high school based on history and philosophy of science
Manuel Bächtold*, Valérie Munier
University of Montpellier, France
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Engaging pre-service teachers in modeling and argumentation as a way to enhance their scientific practices
Maria Evagorou*1, Blanca Puig Mauriz1
1University of Nicosia, Cyprus, 2University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Scientific practices in pre-service teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Engaging youth in climate change: Perspectives from youth activists
Katherine Carson*, Tom O'Donghue, Lesley Vidovich
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Engineering design activities and secondary school students’ performances and views
Hikmet Sürmeli*1, Mehtap Yıldırım2, Aysun Göcük3, Yeliz Sevgi4
1Mersin Üniversity, Turkey, 2Marmara University, Turkey, 3Ministry of Education, Turkey, 4Ministry of Education, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Enhancing context: A case for examining prosocial science classrooms
Andy Cavagnetto*, Joshua Premo
Washington State University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Enhancing science pre-service teachers' understanding of and preparedness for teaching inquiry-based learning
Wan Ng
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Enhancing students' communication skills in the science classroom through socio-scientific issues
Yoonsook Chung1, Jungsook Yoo1, Sung-Won Kim1, Hyunju Lee*1, Dana L. Zeidler1
1Department of Science Education, Republic of Korea, 2University of South Florida, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. Promoting the quality of science and mathematics education through research: The role of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Enhancing students’ strategic knowledge in medical physics by means of digital feedback
Pier Siersma*1, Henk Pol1, Adrie Visscher1, Wouter van Joolingen2
1Twente University, The Netherlands, 2Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Enhancing teaching and learning through formative assessment in large Cameronian classes
Isabelle Herman
Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Educational Science Laboratory (LSE, France
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Environmental citizenship: A psychometric model
Franz Bogner
University of Bayreuth, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Environmental perceptions through the lense of diferent theoretical models: 2-MEV vs NEP
Constantinos Manoli*, Bruce Johnson, Sanlyn Buxner, Lisa Felix
University of Arizona, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Environmental-economic socio-scientific issues - the case of exporting natural gas
Hagit Shasha-Sharf*, Tali Tal
Technion - Israel Institute For Technology, Israel
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Epigenetics gives new knowledge about learning - the example physical education
Birgitta Mc Ewen
Department of Health, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Equitable and consequential becoming in STEM: How youth imagine futures bridging community & science
Angela Calabrese Barton*1, Edna Tan2
1Michigan State University, USA, 2University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. State of the art research on science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Equity in science education: Science as a tool rather than a destination
Angela Calabrese Barton*1, Emily Dawson1
1Michigan State University in East Lansing, USA, 2University College London, UK
Monday 21st August Keynote 1:  Keynote 1  -  14:00 - 15:00
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Establishing links between science communicators and educators in practical work outside classrooms
María Isabel Hernández*, Digna Couso
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Evaluating a research-based physics teacher education program - graduated teachers' views
Risto Leinonen*1, Markku Haaranen2, Mika Koponen1, Mervi A. Asikainen1, Pekka E. Hirvonen1
1University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 22Vocational School of North Karelia, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Evaluating progression in students' reasoning about classification of chemical substances
Merve Nur Yavuzkaya, Emine Adadan*
Bogazici University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Evaluating the effectiveness of a tutorial intervention on students' learning of the work-energy and impulse-momentum theorems
Mikko H. P. Kesonen*, Risto Leinonen, Mervi A. Asikainen, Pekka E. Hirvonen
Department of Physics and Mathematics, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Evaluation of a model to access logical reasoning
Fernanda Regebe*2,1, Amanda Amantes1
1Federal University of Bahia, Brazil, 2Federal Institute of Bahia, Brazil
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Evaluation of a practical experience with smartphones about noise pollution
Anna R. Esteve*, Sara Segura, M. Francisca Petit, Jordi Solbes
University of Valencia, Spain
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Evaluation of student motivational, career-related context-based scenarios
Miia Rannikmäe*1, Regina Soobard1, Jack Holbrook1, Irene Drymiotou2, Jingoo Kang3, Lara Weiser4, Inês Direito5
1University of Tartu, Estonia, 2University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 3University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 4University of Bonn, Germany, 5University College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  2. Promoting youth scientific career awareness and its attractiveness through multi-stakeholder co-operation – the MultiCO project  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Evaluation of students' understanding of dissolving sugar using an animation software
Michael Peetz*, Verena Pietzner
Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Evaluation of the 'CEYS' teacher professsional development curriculum
Fani Stylianidou*1, Dimitris Rossis1, Esme Glauert2, Jillian Trevethan2, Teresa Cremin3, Tatjana Dragovic-Anderson3, Jessica Baines-Holmes3, Bea Merckx4, Jozefien Schaffler4, Adelina Sporea5, Dan Sporea5
1Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece, 2UCL Institute of Education, UK, 3Open University, UK, 4Artevelde University College, Belgium, 5National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  15. Creativity in early years science education: development of evidence-based teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Evaluation of the impact of three different versions of a hypothesis formulation tool on students' knowledge and inquiry skills
Nikoletta Xenofontos*1,2, Tasos Hovardas1,2, Zacharias Zacharia1,2
1University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 2Research in Science and Technology Education Group, Cyprus
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Evolution of preservice teachers’ ideas about minerals during a modelling-based teaching sequence
Pedro Lucha*1, Beatriz Bravo2, Ester Mateo1, Begoña Martinez-Peña1, Beatriz Mazas1
1Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain, 2Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Evolving germs – Introducing novice pupils to the evolution of bacterial resistance to antibiotics
Gustav Bohlin*, Andreas Göransson, Gunnar Höst, Lena Tibell
Linköping University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Evosketch – an interactive tool for visualization of evolution
Andreas Göransson
Linköping University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Examining an intercultural and the arts integrated STEM program
Jennifer Park*1, Hye-Eun Chu1, Sonya Martin2
1Macquarie University, Australia, 2Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Examining ethical dilemmas of STEM graduate students by disciplinary research culture
Gizell Green*, Miri Barak
Technion, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Examining girls' identification with science through a sociological lens
Spela Godec
King's College London, UK
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Upcoming research in science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Examining students' scientific arguments from a language perspective
Lay Hoon Seah*, Gde Buana Sandila Putra, Frederick Toralballa Talaue, Azilawati Bte Jamaludin
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Examining teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge for modeling-centered inquiry through their developed curriculum materials
Marios Papaevripidou*, Zacharias Zacharia
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Examining the impact of experiential learning and autobiographical reflection on pre-service teachers’ beliefs about inclusive science education
Da Yeon Kang*, Sonya N. Martin
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Examining the motivating factors of science and engineering MOOC completers
Abeer Watted*, Miri Barak
Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Examining the role of community partners in STEM education projects
Ron Gray*, Danielle Ross
Northern Arizona University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Examining Turkish biology teachers' pedagogical content knowledge for socioscientific issues
Cigdem Han-Tosunoglu*, Serhat Irez
Marmara University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Expanding opportunity structures through inclusive STEM high schools: A logic model
Sharon Lynch*1, Ann House2, Michael Ford1, Erin Peters-Burton3, Nancy Spillane1, Tara Behrend1, Shari Matray1, Barbara Means2, Jeni Corn4
1George Washington University, USA, 2SRI International, USA, 3George Mason University, USA, 4North Carolina State University, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Expanding the views of science teaching - examples from preschool science practice
Bodil Sundberg*1, Sofie Areljung2, Karin Due2, Christina Ottander2
1Örebro University, Sweden, 2Umeå University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Experienced chemistry teachers' assessment thinking: noticing, interpreting, and acting
Hannah Sevian*, Vesal Dini
University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Experiencing variation and discerning relevant aspects through playful inquiry in Algodoo
Elias Euler*, Bor Gregorcic
Uppsala University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Experimental and model levels in chemistry teaching: Analysis of students' reasoning
Isabelle Kermen1,2
1université d'Artois, France, 2LDAR, universités Paris Diderot, Paris-Est-Créteil, Cergy-Pontoise et Rouen, France
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Explore one tertiary chemistry laboratory course from chat perspective
Xiaomei Yan1, Justin Dillon*2
1University of Bristol, UK, 2University of Bristol, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring at-home learning of diverse families: Factors impacting intended climate change behaviors
Kristie Gutierrez*, Margaret Blanchard
North Carolina State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Exploring connections between a college instructor’s relationship to nature and his practices on socio-scientific issues: A life history approach
Sarah El Halwany*1, Larry Bencze1, Nurul Hassan2, Kristen Schaffer1, Minja Milanovic1, Majd Zouda1
1University of Toronto, OISE, Canada, 2Centennial College, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring electronic substituent effects - a case comparison and inventing approach for meaningful learning
Andreas Trabert*, Michael Schween
University of Marburg, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring elementary school students' learning through interactions with affordances in the mobile environment
Eunhee Kang*, Heui-Baik Kim
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring elementary students' situational interest generated during the inquiry learning lesson
Wen-Cheng Chen1, Chih-Hsiung Ku*2, Chia-Cheng Yeh3
1Da Sing Primary School, Taiwan, 2Department of Education and Human Potentials Development, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, 3Exhibition and Education Division, National Museum of Marine Science & Technology, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring how middle school students use energy to explain phenomena
Marcus Kubsch*1, Jeffrey Nordine1, Sebastian Opitz2, Israel Touitou2
1Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany, 2CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Teaching energy without transformations: Developing and evaluating a novel middle school unit  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Exploring junior high school students' systems understanding of groundwater
Yi-Ting Pan*1, Shu-Chiu Liu2
1National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan, 2National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring practices of personal and civic engagement with science
Alicia Alonzo*, Won Jung Kim
Michigan State University, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring preservice chemistry teachers' explanations about dissolving in the context of multirepresentational instruction
Emine Adadan
Bogazici University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring student’s identity development through an educational research experience
Minjoo Lee*1, Heui-Baik Kim2
1Daejeon Science High School, Republic of Korea, 2Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring students' approaches to solve problems with diagrams and graphs in biology
Venus Hung
The University of Cambridge, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Exploring teachers' awareness  of misconceptions about series and parallel circuits
Estelle Gaigher
University of Pretoria, South Africa
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring the effects of standard designs on scientific explanation evaluation
Chia-Yu Wang
Institute of Education, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring the impact of educative materials on teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge
Durdane Bayram Jacobs*1, Ineke Henze2, Maria Evagorou3, Yael Shwartz4, Elin Aschim5, Silvia Alcaraz-Dominguez6, Etty Dagan4, Mario Barajas6
1Radboud University, The Netherlands, 2Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 3University of Nicosia, Cyprus, 4Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 5University College of Southeast Norway, Norway, 6University of Barcelona, Spain
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring the impact of game immersion experience on problem-solving behaviors through serious educational game play
Mei-En Hsu*, Meng-Tzu Cheng
Department of Biology, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring the long-term impacts of attending an inclusive STEM-focused high school
Barbara Means*1, Sharon Lynch2
1SRI International, USA, 2George Washington University, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring the nature of science teachers' pedagogical equilibrium when organsing for teaching
Jennifer Mansfield
Monash University, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Exploring the potential of science capital for understanding students' science participation
Jennifer DeWitt
Institute of Education/University College London, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Exploring the topic specific pedagogical content knowledge of graduate beginning teachers of physical science graduate from a topic specific PCK based undergraduate intervention programme
Josephat Miheso*, Elizabeth Mavhunga
Wits University, South Africa
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Exploring topic-specific PCK progression for elementary teachers lesson on astronomy
Ki-Young Lee1, Seungho Maeng2, Young-Shin Park*3, Hyeongsoo Kim4
1Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea, 2Seoul National University of Education, Republic of Korea, 3Chosun University, Republic of Korea, 4Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Factors contributing to elementary students' science interests: Implications for pactice and policy
Yoonsung Choi*, Jongrim Choi, Chanjong Kim, Sonya N. Martin, Seung-Urn Choe
Seoul National Univeristy, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Factors influencing biology teachers' attitude and participation concerning professional development
Alina Zajicek*, Silvia Wenning, Angela Sandmann
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Factors influencing high school students’ interest during outdoor science lessons
Jean-Philippe Ayotte-Beaudet*, Patrice Potvin
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Factors that enhance outcomes in four STEM after-school programs
Kylie Hoyle*, Margaret Blanchard
North Carolina State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Factors that facilitate or impede students' utilization of teacher's written feedback
Evangelia Irakleous*, Elena Siakidou, Nikos Papadouris, Costas Constantinou
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Faculty teaching practices and perceptions: A cross institutional study
Gülnur Birol*, Adriana Briseño-Garzón, Andrea Han, Simon Bates
University of British Columbia, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Familiarizing preschoolers with nature of science
Caecilia Tsoukala*1, Fani Stylianidou2
1University of Thessaly, Greece, 2Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  15. Creativity in early years science education: development of evidence-based teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Features of an emerging practice and professional development in a science teacher team collaboration with a researcher team
Anette Olin1, Åke Ingerman*1
1Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  0. Supporting the development of teachers’ knowledge and instructional abilities: Research published in the Journal of Science Teacher Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Fieldwork-orientated biology teachers' views on outdoor education
Anttoni Kervinen*, Anna Uitto, Kalle Juuti
University of Helsinki, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Finding the 'rhythm' in a science classroom: analysing teacher's spatial positions and the interaction during transitions
Miranda Rocksén
University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  3. Methodologies and Methods in video based research of teaching and learning processes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Fine-grained analysis of students’ levels of understanding of chemistry phenomena in the context of computer-based models
Noemi Waight*, Xiufeng Liu, Melinda Whitford
University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Finnish 1st grade pupils' science-related task-values, school engagement, exhaustion, and future aspirations: Gendered pathways
Kalle Juuti*1, Anni Loukomies1, Jari Lavonen1, Katariina Salmela-Aro2
1University of Helsinki, Finland, 2University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Finnish primary teacher students’ attitudes toward teaching science
Pia Sjöblom*, Ann-Sofi Härmälä-Braskén, Berit Kurtén
Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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First-year students approach interdisciplinarity in Nanoscience course
Anna-Leena Kahkonen
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Flipped learning in science education
Thomas Dyreborg Andersen*, Kristian Kildemoes Foss, Henrik Levinsen, Stine Karen Nissen, Morten Philipps
Metropolian University College, Denmark
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Formative peer assessment in biology and mathematics inquiry lessons by czech students 
Iva Stuchlikova*, Alena Hospesova, Miroslav Papacek, Jan Petr, Lukas Rokos, Radka Zavodska, Iva Zlabkova
University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  11. Perspectives on peer assessment in inquiry teaching: Results from the European project ASSIST-ME  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Fostering and assessing nature of science concepts in inclusive chemistry classes using universal design for learning and assessment
Malte Walkowiak*, Andreas Nehring
Leibniz University, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Fostering epistemic cognition during research mentorship in school
Ma'ayan Schvartzer*, Shulamit Kapon
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Fostering ICT and inquiry enhanced instruction in primary science education: Creating a model of team teaching
Sari Havu-Nuutinen*1, Anttoni Kervinen2, Aulikki Laine3, Anna Uitto2, Titta Väyrynen1
1University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 2University of Helsinki, Finland, 3Lahti univeristy campus, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Fostering students’ argumentation skills in secondary school biology classes by using group-based negotiation processes in the context of conservation biology
Maria Jafari*, Ines Bruchmann, Esther van Dijk, Anke Meisert
University of Hildesheim, Institute of Biology and Chemistry, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Fostering system thinking through experimental work in school education and teacher training
Svenja Brockmüller*, Daniel Volz, Alexander Siegmund
Heidelberg University of Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Framing doctoral supervision as formative assessment
Sofie Kobayashi
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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From black and white to shades of grey: Teachers' ways of making meaning of NOS teaching
Lotta Leden1,2
1Kristianstad University, Sweden, 2Malmö University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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From frustration to satisfaction - impact of the 'science in the inclusive classroom' workshop
Ornit Spektor-Levy1, Merav Yifrach*1,2
1Bar Ilan University, Israel, 2Ben Gurion University, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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From scientific practice to high school science: Transfer of scientific technologies and realizations of authentic inquiry
Noemi Waight*1, Fouad Abd-El-Khalick2
1Department of Learning and Instruction, University at Buffalo, 513 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, USA, 2Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Epistemological inquiry from the Journal of Research in Science Teaching  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Futures in science education - connecting to place and eco justice: An Australian perspective
Katryn Paige*, David Lloyd
University of South Australia, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Gender differences in relationships between science interest and future career perspectives
Jingoo Kang*, Tuula Keinonen
University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Gender differences in science interest, self-concept and career aspirations
Inês Direito*, John Connolly, Shirley Simon, Jillian Trevethan
UCL Institute of Education, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Genetically modified food for the future: Examining university students’ expressions of futures thinking
Shu-Chiu Liu
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Genetics representations of high school students working in different multi-repesentational environments
Beatriz Eugenia Garcia-Rivera*, Araceli Baez, Fernando Flores-Camacho, Leticia Gallegos-Cazares
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Geogames to foster the valuing of local biodiversity - effects for distinct students
Sonja Schaal*, Steffen Schaal, Armin Lude
Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Gesticulating science: Bilingual students' learning as mediated action
Zeynep Ünsal*, Britt Jakobson, Bengt-Olov Molander
Department of Mathematics and Science education, Stockholm University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Embracing diversity: Examples from science classrooms in Sweden, Luxembourg and the U.S.  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Getting your ideas into print: Planning and developing a book in the ESERA series
Robin Millar*1, Bernadette Ohmer2
1Department of Education, University of York, UK, 2Springer, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Workshop Session II:  0: Getting your ideas into print: Planning and developing a book in the ESERA series  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Gravity, imagination and embodied conceptions of spacetime
Magdalena Kersting*, Rolf Steier
University of Oslo, Norway
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  3. The teaching and learning Einsteinian physics in international contexts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Handling complexity in decision making concering preventive health actions: Grasping health knowledge
Julia Arnold
IPN Kiel University, Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  9. SIG 4 Symposium - Addressing complexity in Science|Environment|Health pedagogy  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Hands off, minds on? – the pros and cons of practical experimentation
Cornelia Stiller*1,2, Andreas Stockey3, Matthias Wilde1
1Bielefeld University, Germany, 2Scientific Institute Oberstufen-Kolleg, Germany, 3Experiental school Oberstufen-Kolleg, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Health & wellbeing – the school garden, a place to feel good
Susan Pollin*, Carolin Retzlaff-Fürst
University of Rostock, Department of Didactics Biology, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Health education and citizenship - from democratic politics to individual responsibility?
Claes Malmberg*, Anders Urbas
Halmstad University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Heat angels and paper cups: Discovering pupils’ multimodal experiences of heat using thermal cameras
Andreas Larsson1, Matilda Stafstedt1, Konrad Schönborn*2
1Visualiseringscenter C, Sweden, 2Linköping University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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High school science lessons for promoting ESD competency: A focus on plant factories
Shin Kawakami
Okayama University, Japan
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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High school students' engagement in a socioscientific project: Development of identity in practice
Eran Zafrani, Anat Yarden*
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. Responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the science classroom: Students' learning outcomes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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High school students in university science centers
Efrat Nativ Ronen*, Tali Tal
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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High school students' meta-modeling knowledge
David Fortus*, Yael Shwartz, Sherman Rosenfeld
The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  0. Research in Science Education (RISE) Symposium: Current international research informing Australasian science education: How can this orient us for the future?  -  09:00 - 11:00
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High school students' multiple perspectives on a socio-scientific issue
Jen-Yi Wu*, Ying-Shao Hsu, Wen-Xin Zhang
Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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High school students use Jmol for learning about protein structure and function
Ohad Levkovich*, Anat Yarden
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Higher education students`challenges in designing a course "Sustainable Development in Education"
Jaana Herranen*1, Sakari Tolppanen1, Veli-Matti Vesterinen2, Maija Aksela1
1University of Helsinki, Finland, 2University of Turku, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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History and nature of science: Science lessons in multicultural contexts in the UK
Haira Gandolfi
UCL Institute of Education, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How aims for 21st century competencies are actualized in national primary science curricula in Finland and China
Yan Wang*, Jari Lavonen, Kirsi Tirri
University of Helsinki, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How an established scientist adresses nature of science in teaching contexts
Mari Sjøberg
Institute of teacher education and school research, Norway
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How an urban science camp promotes science learning and environmental stewardship
Carmen Carrion*1, Renee Schwartz2
1Georgia State University, USA, 2Georgia State University, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How autonomy, competence and relatedness influence adoption of modeling instruction
Kathleen M. Gray*1,2, Margaret R. Blanchard1, Scott R. Ragan1
1NC State University, USA, 2UNC-Chapel Hill, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How can students’ wondering questions inform teaching climate change in K-12 classrooms?
Asli Sezen-Barrie
Towson University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How can teachers support students with a second language to talk chemistry?
Dana Seifeddine Ehdwall*, Per-Olof Wickman
Dept. of Mathematics and Science Education, Stockholm University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How credible are the virtual laboratories? A comparison of the photographic and non-photographic virtual experiments about resistivity
Ertugrul Ozdemir*, Ulas Ustun, Kubra Elif Bagriyanik
Artvin Coruh University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How do elementary school students perceive the different settings in a visit to a science museum?
Neta Shaby*1, Orit Ben-Zvi Assaraf1, Tali Tal2
1Ben- Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 2Technion, Israel
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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"How do I understand the atomic nucleus?" Answers from in-service Brazilian chemistry teachers
Antonio Carlos de Oliveira Guerra, Joaquim Fernando Mendes da Silva*
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How do lower-secondary students cope with unusual experimental tasks?
Gunnar Friege*, Henning Rode, Sven Schimek, Knut Wille
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How do pre-service teachers reflect during and after their internship at school?
Sophie Kirschner, Daniel Kost, Claudia Aufschnaiter, von*, Amina Fraij
University of Giessen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How do teachers deal with teleological explanations in evolution classes?
Helge Gresch
University of Münster, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How do teachers understand the pluralities in science? A qualitative study
Wonyong Park*, Jinwoong Song
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How do technology-based materials change school science inquiry?: Based on the investigation of elementary school teachers' perceptions
Jina Chang*1, Yong Jae Joung2
1Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 2Gongju National University of Education, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How do university teachers introduce modelling in a fluid mechanics course?
Clément Crastes*, Laurence Maurines
Université Paris Sud, France
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How do we see? Light, eyes and brain in early childhood
Beatriz Mazas, Ester Mateo, María José Gil-Quílez, María José Sáez*
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  15. Scientific Practices in Early Childhood and Primary Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How does a Choice in context of physics problems influence student performance and attitude
Samuel Wheeler*, Margaret Blanchard
North Carolina State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How does cognitive demand in observed lessons and national diagnostic testing compare to PISA science results in Latvia?
Dace Namsone*1, Liga Cakane1, Astrida Cirulis2
1University of Latvia, Latvia, 2Concordia University Chicago, USA
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How does the culture of physics affect physics teacher education?
Johanna Larsson*1, John Airey1,2, Eva Lundqvist1
1Uppsala University, Sweden, 2Stockholm University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How embodiment shapes decision making – A renanalysis of studies on SSI in science education
Mathis Kueckens*, Kai Niebert
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Science education in the Anthropocene  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How ethnic minority students become underrepresented in STEM fields
Heidi Knipprath
KU Leuven - HIVA, Belgium
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How French students understand basic notation of the language of chemistry
Sophie Canac1, Isabelle Kermen*2
1LDAR, Universités Paris Est Créteil, Paris Diderot, Cergy-Pontoise, Rouen et Artois, France, 2LDAR, Universités Artois, Paris Diderot, Paris Est Créteil, Cergy-Pontoise et Rouen, France
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Language and chemistry teaching and learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How lower secondary teachers make sense of purposes of inquiry activities within a profesional development program
Torodd Lunde*1, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren2, Michal Drechsler1
1Department of Engineering and Chemical Sciences, Karlstad University, Sweden, 2Department of Education, Stockholm University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How participation in a PLC supported a pre-service teacher's learning
Ellen Barnett*1, Patricia Friedrichsen2
1Trinity University, USA, 2University of Missouri, USA
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How physics teachers assess students’ texts in teacher-made tests
Markus Sebastian Feser*, Dietmar Höttecke
Universität Hamburg, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How preschool preservice teachers detect children's ideas about social and science topics?
Marta Cruz-Guzmán Alcalá*, María Puig Gutiérrez, Fátima Rodríguez Marín
Department of Didactics of ExperimFaculty of Education Sciences, Seville University., Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How primary school pre-service teachers construct an educational project on a complex subject: The theme of time
Marisa Michelini1, Francesca Monti*2, Giacomo Bozzo2, Emanuela Vidic3
1Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics, University of Udine, Italy, 2Department of Computer Science, University of Verona, Italy, 3Primary School, Comprehensive Institute of Faedis, Italy
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How primary school teachers succeed in designing lessons to teach students 21st century skills
Dace Namsone*, Liga Cakane
University of Latvia, Latvia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How scientific inquiry is actually implemented by Italian secondary school science teachers?
Alessandro Zappia*1, Irene Marzoli1, Italo Testa2
1Physics Division, School of Science and Technology, University of Camerino, Italy, 2University of Naples “Federico II”, Department of Physics, Italy
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How social justice can be promoted through nature of science in science education
Ebru Kaya*1, Sibel Erduran2
1Bogazici University, Turkey, 2University of Oxford, UK
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  6. Nature of science for social justice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How students' discourse creates teacher feedback in teaching on socio-scientific issues
Cecilia Eriksson*, Iann Lundegård
Department of Mathematics and Science education, Stockholm University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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How students percieve and respond to a long-term collaborative partnership
Kathleen Hayes
Australian National University, Australia
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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How teaching practices are connected to student intention to enrol in upper secondary school physics courses, Research in Science & Technological Education, 34:2, 204-218.
Kalle Juuti*, Jari Lavonen
University of Helsinki, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Recent highlights from Research in Science and Technological Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How to combine ck and pck learning during university teacher education?
Ilka Parchmann
Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Thursday 24th August Workshop Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How to determine ethical knowledge that supports judging in contexts of the Anthropocene?
Dirk Felzmann
Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Science education in the Anthropocene  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How to enhance the striving for knowledge and self-reliance of highly abled and gifted primary school children in a scientific out-of-school learning-context?
Marcus Bohn*, Manuela Welzel-Breuer
University of education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How to foster choices for STEM engagement?
Ilka Parchmann*, Tim Höffler, Janet Blankenburg, Stefan Schwarzer
Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  2. Students’ academic choices – and how to foster STEM engagement  -  09:00 - 11:00
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How to support a low-achieving student in chemistry
Päivi Kousa*, Maija Aksela
The University of Helsinki, The Unit of Chemistry Teacher Education, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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How to visualize the balance of nature metaphor: Discover anomalous data sets
Sabine Knöner*1, Corinne Zimmerman2, Annette Upmeier zu Belzen1
1Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany, 2Illinois State University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Human intuitions and genetic determinism
Florian Stern
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Humanitas emptor: Reconsidering recent trends and policy in science teacher education
Dana Zeidler*1, Benjamin Herman2,3, Michael Clough3, Joanne Olson3, Sami Kahn4, Mark Newton1
1University of South Florida, USA, 2University of Missouri, USA, 3Iowa State University, USA, 4Ohio University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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“I had to take action straight away.” Preservice teachers’ accounts of pro-environmental action
Lyn Carter*1, Jenny Martin2
1Australian Catholic University, Australia, 2Australian Catholic University, Australia
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Promoting students’ critical and activist engagement in socio-scientific problems: Inter/trans-national perspectives  -  09:00 - 11:00
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"I love the environment but I cannot change my way of living": Pre-service teachers reflections on the difficulty of reducing their ecological footprint and implications for teaching and learning on sustainability issues
Konstantinos Korfiatis*, Rafaella Maloupa
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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IBSE case study: Student perceptions of science and inquiry in a Greek secondary school
Nikos Chaniotakis
University of Crete, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Chain reaction: An inquiry based approach to science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Identification of students' mental models about the milk transformation into yogurt
Verónica Muñoz-Campos*, Antonio Joaquín Franco-Mariscal, Ángel Blanco-López
Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Identification of students´ questions in context-based learning approaches
Lisa Schmitz*, Sabine Fechner
Paderborn University, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Identifying and improving students’ mental models of tooth decay
Antonio-Joaquin Franco-Mariscal*, Angel Blanco-López, Enrique España-Ramos
Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Identifying complexity in biology teachers' beliefs about teaching cancer education: An application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour expectancy-value-framework
Benedikt Heuckmann*, Marcus Hammann, Roman Asshoff
Centre of Biology Education, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  9. Health and medicine in science education: Theory and practice perspectives from ESERA SIG 4  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Identifying students´ sense of place: Analysis of their environment, home and school
S.Lizette Ramos*1, Karina De Alba2
1University of Guadalajara, Mexico, 2Instituto Superior de Investigación y Docencia para el Magisterio, Mexico
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Identity as analytic lens: A critical retrospective and peek at the next horizon
Heidi Carlone
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. State of the art research on science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Identity, masculinity and materiality:  Mapping out new terrain in physics education research
Allison Gonsalves*1, Anna Danielsson2
1McGill University, Canada, 2King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Physics education and gender: Identity as an analytic lens for research  -  09:00 - 11:00
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"Ideological Wars" in the South African natural sciences & technology and life sciences curricula
Lindelani Mnguni
University of South Africa, South Africa
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Im/possibilising physics identity: UK secondary school girls’ negotiations of femininity and physics
Jennifer DeWitt*, Louise Archer
University College London, Institute of Education, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Physics education and gender: Identity as an analytic lens for research  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Images and hyperlinks in the Greek lower-secondary chemistry e-books
Giannoula Pantazi*1, Georgios Tsaparlis2
1Science Laboratory Center (EKPhE) of Preveza, Greece, 2University of Ioannina, Department of Chemistry, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Imagination and problem solving in a project-based learning intervention
Christopher Klager*1, Jukka Marjanen2, Israel Touitou1
1Michigan State University, USA, 2University of Helsinki, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Impact of a model-based curricular intervention on elementary students' explanations for the hydrosphere
Devarati Bhattacharya1, Tina Vo1, Ben Baumfalk1, Laura Zangori2, Greg Welch1, Cory Forbes*1
1University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, 2University of Missouri-Columbia, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Impact of intervention on out of field teachers' TSPCK in their planning in particle nature of matter
Nonkanyiso Vokwana*, Elizabeth Mavhunga
University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Implementation of chain reaction in Georgia - changes of science teachers attitudes and constructs
Marika Kapanadze
Illia State University, Georgia
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Chain reaction: An inquiry based approach to science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Implementation of web-based assessment in facilitating middle school students comprehension of science text
Jing-Ru Wang
National Pingtung University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Implementing a multidisciplinary curriculum – science and mathematics teachers’ and students’ views
Berit Kurtén*, Mats Braskén, Ann-Sofi Härmälä-Braskén
Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Implementing aspects of inquiry-based learning in eleventh-grade chemistry classes
Elisabeth Hofer
University of Vienna, Austria
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Implementing socioscientific issues indicators in the press. Analysis of a local case study
Naira Díaz-Moreno
University of Almería, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improvement  in students’ knowledge on larval mimesis: A case study of the experiential learning system ‘observe’
Yosuke Ota*1, Mina Komiyama2, Ryohei Egusa3,4, Ayako Okajima4, Shigenori Inagaki4, Fusako Kusunoki4, Masanori Sugimoto5, Hiroshi Mizoguchi1
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2Tama Art University, Japan, 3JSPS Research Fellow, Japan, 4Kobe University, Japan, 5Hokkaido University, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving character competence through the collaborative problem-solving model based on argumentation for secomdary school students
Jeongin Kwon1, Eugene Kang*1, Heehwa Kim1, Jongseok Park2, Jeongwoo Son3, Jina Kim1, Jeonghee Nam1
1Pusan National University, Republic of Korea, 2Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea, 3Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving pedagogical practices of implementing inquiry teaching in the primary science classroom: An action research study
Mohd Syafiq Aiman Mat Noor
Department of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving pre-service teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK)
Stephen Comiskey*, Eilish McLoughlin, Odilla Finlayson
Centre for Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning, Ireland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving science learning performance and interest of low-acheivers through remedial instruction
Meng-Tzu Cheng*, Pei-Ying Wu, Yu-Ting Tsai, Yan-Yu Lin, Sheng-Ju Chu, Yu-Hsuan Chang, Wan-Ru Lin
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Improving science teachers' knowledge and awareness of socio-scientific inquiry based learning
Rachel Cohen*, Anat Yarden
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving science teaching at university: Evaluation of a massive open online course for young science lecturers
Sara Petchey*, Kai Niebert
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving scientific reasoning through dialogical teaching - an intervention in Ethiopian teacher education
Mesfin Tadesse*1, Per M Kind2, Mekbib Alemu1, Mulugeta Atnafu1, Kassa Michael1
1Addis Ababa Univeristy, Ethiopia, 2Durham University, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Improving students' views about scientific inquiry through explicit teaching: A Rasch-based analysis
Italo Testa
University Federico II,, Italy
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Chain reaction: An inquiry based approach to science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Improving students' written explanation: The thinking frames approach
Felicity McLure*, Mihye Won, David Treagust
Curtin University (SMEC), Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Improving teaching to promote students' competences in science though theory and design-based lesson study
Fan Shi*, Lei Wang
Beijing Normal University, China
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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"In biology class we would just sit indoors": Experiences of insideness and outsideness in the places student teachers' associate with science
Anna T. Danielsson*2, Kristina Andersson1, Annica Gullberg1, Anita Hussénius1, Kathryn Scantlebury1
1Centre for Gender Research, Sweden, 2King's College, UK, 3Dep of Chemistry and Biochemistry, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. What does it mean to support socio-cultural research in science education? The experience of the journal, Cultural Studies of Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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In which ways can (science) education promote the well-being of individuals, societies and environments?
Isabel Martins
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Promoting students’ critical and activist engagement in socio-scientific problems: Inter/trans-national perspectives  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Inclusion and chemistry teaching - deliberating conflicting demands
Christine Heidinger*1, Simone Abels2, Thomas Plotz1, Brigitte Koliander1
1University of Vienna, Austria, 2Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Inclusion in chemistry education in secondary school
Dagmar Michna*, Insa Melle
TU Dortmund University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Inclusive approaches in science education - the example of an open inquiry formats
Simone Abels
Leuphana University Lueneburg, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Inclusive science: Professional development for teachers
Seán O’Leary
Co. Wexford Education Centre, Ireland
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Increasing motivation by focussing on school-related content knowledge in university physics courses
Joost Massolt*, Andreas Borowski
University of Potsdam, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Increasing motivation of physics education students by focussing on school-related content knowledge in university physics courses
Joost Massolt*, Andreas Borowski
Univerität Potsdam, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Inertial tensions in promoting socio-political actions among future technoscience technicians
Kristen Schaffer*1, Minja Milanovic1, Sarah El Halwany1, Nurul Hassan2, Majd Zouda1, Larry Bencze1
1Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada, 2Centennial College, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Influence of the postprocessing-phase of an experiment in the physics classroom
Laura Muth*, Roger Erb
Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Influences on early career teachers to engage with health and wellbeing education
Jenny Byrne
University of Southampton, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Influencing pre-service science teachers' approach to inquiry and assessment
Leeanne Hinch*, Odilla Finlayson, Eilish McLoughlin
Dublin City University, Ireland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Informal outreach program for motivating formal chemistry learning
Shelley Rap*, Ron Blonder
Weizmann Institute of Science,Department of Science Teaching, Israel
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  9. How to better understand what science is all about? – Outreach approaches to involve students in authentic science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Informal reasoning for socio-scientific issues concerning dilemmas faced by genetic medical technologies
Miki Sakamoto*, Etuji Yamaguchi
Kobe University, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Initial science teacher education through socio-scientific inquiry of climate issues involving communities and schools
Diana Radmann*1, Franz Rauch1, Bernhard Schmölzer2
1Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt, Austria, 2University of Teacher Education Klagenfurt, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Inquiry and modeling in pre-service teacher training to improve scientific, epistemic, pedagogical knowledge, and emotional self-regulation
María Martínez-Chico*, María Rut Jiménez Liso, Rafael López-Gay, Miguel Romero
University of Almeria, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Scientific practices in pre-service teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Inquiry approach in the outdoor learning environment
Anna Uitto*, Tuija Nordström
University of Helsinki, Finland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Inquiry as a vehicle to promote the use of scientific language
Naomi Attard Borg*1, Suzanne Gatt2
1University College London, UK, 2University of Malta, Malta
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Inquiry based learning and socially acute questions
Nicolas Herve*1, Jean Simonneaux1, Laurence Simonneaux1, Gregoire Molinatti2, Lucas Nedelec1, Nadia Cancian1, Amélie Lipp1
1Ecole Nationale de Formation de lEnseignement Agricole, France, 2Université de la Réunion, France
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Inquiry based learning of new research findings in science and identification of gifted students
Mojca Čepič
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, Slovenia
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Inquiry teaching and learning within and across cultures
Hsiao-Lan Sharon Chen*2, Russell Tytler1, Ines Freitag-Amtmann3
1Deakin University, Australia, 2National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 3Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  16. Primary science teaching in Australia, Germany and Taiwan: The cultural framing of quality practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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In-service physics teachers’ and pre-service science teachers’ view on professional competence
Thomas Frågåt*, Ellen Karoline Henriksen, Cathrine Wahlstrøm Tellefsen
University of Oslo, Norway
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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In-service professional development on inquiry based science education - outcomes and challenges
Christian Bertsch
University College of Teacher Education, Austria
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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In-service teacher training in “gender in science” inspired by women scientists
Areti Botaiti, Anna Letci*, Fanny Seroglou
A.U.TH., Greece
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Inservice teachers’ practicing in life science critique – oriented argumentation
Shu-mey Yu1, Chien-Fang Ku*2, Shiang-Yao Liu3
1Department of Science Education and Application, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan, 2Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan, 3Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Insights into a learning progression based assessment of genetics: Replication and forecast
Justin Lefarth*, Yvonne Schachtschneider, Philipp Schmiemann
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Inspiring primary science pre-service teachers as researchers
Angela Fitzgerald
Monash University, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Integrating arts and science
Kathy Cabe Trundle*1, Kathryn Green1, Maria Shaheen2
1North Carolina State University, USA, 2Primrose Schools, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Integrating literacy into a science inquiry instructional model
Kok-Sing Tang*1, Buana Putra2
1Curtin University, Australia, 2Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  7. Literacy for scientific practices and inquiry  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Integrating risk as a content in upper secondary physics courses.
Margareta Enghag*1, Karin Haglund2, Linda Schenk3, Karim Hamza1
1Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Tumba Gymnasium, Sweden, 3KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Integrating science with drama to learn about the nature of science: Supporting children to be in-role as scientists
Dayle Anderson*, Delia Baskerville
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  3. Learning science through drama  -  09:00 - 11:00
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integrating theory and practice: professional development for pre-service teachers on nature of science for junior cycle instruction in ireland
Alison Cullinane*1, Sibel Erduran2,1, Paul Conway1
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Oxford, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Integrating theory and practice: Professional development for pre-service teachers on nature of science for junior cycle instruction in Ireland
Alison Cullinane*1, Sibel Erduran2,1, Paul Conway1
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Oxford, Ireland
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Integrative instruction in German, Finnish, and Swedish curricula
Christina Krumbacher1, Risto Leinonen*2, Lea Ahrens1
1University of Osnabruck, Germany, 2University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Interaction rituals in multilingual student-centered science instruction
Sara E.D. Wilmes, Christina Siry*
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  12. Analyzing interactions in multilingual science classrooms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Interactions between argumentation and modelling in genetics’ instruction about human diseases
Noa Ageitos*, Blanca Puig
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Interculturality in chemistry teaching: Research on the insertion of African cultural aspects in didactic practices in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Joaquim Silva*, Stephany Heidelmann
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Interdisciplinarity and the change of didactic culture in science teaching
Kellys Regina Rodio Saucedo, Carlos Mometti*, Mauricio Pietrocola
School of Education, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Interdisciplinary projects: Integrating new perspectives in teacher technology education
Claudia Stübi*, Alexander Koch
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW, Switzerland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Interdisciplinary science education: Do the Irish and Scottish curricula facilitate the incorporation of mathematics in the teaching and learning of science?
Gráinne Walshe*1, Jennifer Johnston2
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Lincoln, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Interdisciplinary teaching for students' understanding of sustainable development - does it matter?
Majken Korsager*, Eldri Scheie
Norwegian Centre for Science Education, Norway
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Interest and relevance as aspects of context-based chemistry problems
Karolina Broman*1, Sascha Bernholt2
1Umeå university, Sweden, 2Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Interest in biology and knowledge about animal species diversity on different continents
Gregor Torkar, Luka Praprotnik*
Faculty of Education, Slovenia
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Interest in science – measurement and some surprising findings
Jonathan Hense*1, Lara Weiser1, Annette Scheersoi1, Irene Drymiotou2, Tormi Kotkas3, Jingoo Kang4, Inês Direito5
1University of Bonn, Germany, 2University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 3University of Tartu, Estonia, 4University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 5University College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  2. Promoting youth scientific career awareness and its attractiveness through multi-stakeholder co-operation – the MultiCO project  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Internal structure and fairness of the interdisciplinary science assessment
Hye Sun You1, Sunyoung Park1, Jill Marshall1, Seungho Maeng*1
1New York University, USA, 2University of Texas, USA, 3Seoul National University of Education, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Introducing a Karl Popper inspired inquiry based laboratory experiment for primary students
Lars Björklund
Linköping University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Introducing science stories in Palestinian elementary classrooms: Facilitating teacher learning
Majida “Mohammed Yousef” Dajani
Dar Al-Hikmeh School, Al-Quds Open University, -
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  0. Supporting the development of teachers’ knowledge and instructional abilities: Research published in the Journal of Science Teacher Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Introducing scientific methodology: A non-formal workshop in primary school
Oier Azula1, Julen Barriuso2, Jenaro Guisasola*1, Kristina Ziza1
1UPV/EHU (Applied Physics Department), Spain, 2Langile Ikastola, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Introducing technology enhanced assessment methods (TEAM) to health and science practical settings; bringing digital skills to laboratory and clinical skill sessions
Ronan Bree*1, Edel Healy1, Moira Maguire1, Don Faller2, Nuala Harding2, Ann Mulvihill2, Dina Brazil3, David Dowling3, Yvonne Kavanagh3, Gina Noonan3, Akinlolu Akande4, David Doyle4, Jeremy Bird4
1Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland, 3Institute of Technology, Carlow, Ireland, 4Institute of Technology, Sligo, Ireland
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Introduction of observer dependent concepts into physics teaching of middle school
Ben Stein*, Igal Galili
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investiganting the role of textbook images on children's models of seasonal change through factor analysis of drawings
Italo Testa1, Arturo Colantonio2, Silvia Galano*3, Silvio Leccia4, Emanuella Puddu5
1Department of Physics “E. Pancini” - University Federico II, Italy, 2High School “S. Cantone”, Italy, 3School of Science and Technology, University of Camerino, Italy, 4High School “R. Cartesio”, Italy, 5INAF – Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte, Italy
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Investigating elementary teachers' philosophy and nature of technology (PNOT) instruction
Jerrid Kruse*, Jesse Wilcox, Hallie Edgerly, Jaclyn Easter
Drake University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating factors promoting or inhibiting discussion: Utterance and silence in science classrooms
Audrey Msimanga*1, Paul Denley2
1University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 2Univerisity of Bath, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Investigating immersion in relation to science learning in location-based AR settings
Yiannis Georgiou*, Eleni Kyza
Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating primary teachers’ preparation for engineering education
Lara Smetana
Loyola University Chicago, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating the conceptual understanding of structure of matter
Andreas Jackowski*, Stefan Rumann
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Investigating the influence of student’s science capital on the scientific modeling process and conceptual understanding
Hyoungkyu Koo2, Hye-Eun Chu*1, Sonya Martin2, Seung Urn Choe2
1Macquarie Univeristy, Australia, 2Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Investigating the interaction between science reading and note taking
Chia-Hui Cheng*1, Fang-Ying Yang2
1Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 2Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating the intertwinement of knowledge, value, and experience of upper secondary students' argumentation concerning socioscientific issues
Carl-Johan Rundgren*1, Martin Eriksson1, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren2,3
1Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Department of Engineering and Chemical Sciences, Karlstad University, Sweden, 3Department of Education, Stockholm University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. Science & Education: Science education informed by history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Investigating the perceptions of authenticity in out-of-school learning environments by insights in science
Insa Stamer*, Stefan Schwarzer, Ilka Parchmann
Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  9. How to better understand what science is all about? – Outreach approaches to involve students in authentic science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Investigating the potential for recruiting future teachers from undergraduate science and engineering courses
Terry Lyons
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating the relationship between content knowledge and the construction of ethical arguments on socio-scientific issues
Andreani Baytelman*, Costas P. Constantinou
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating the STEM education reform through 4P framework
Engin Karahan
Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigating undergraduate physics lecturers' disciplinary literacy goals for their students
John Airey*1,2, Johanna Larsson1, Anne Linder1
1Uppsala University, Sweden, 2Stockholm University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  7. Literacy perspectives on discourse in science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Investigating views on inquiry procedures – a multivariate study including the hypothetico-deductive approach and the control-of-variables strategy
Andreas Nehring
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Investigation of strategies for teaching quantum wells and tunnelling at secondary schools
Kim Krijtenburg-Lewerissa*1, Henk Pol1, Wouter van Joolingen2
1ELAN Institute for Teacher Training, University of Twente, The Netherlands, 2Freudenthal Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Involving pre-service teachers in research  – A museum learning experiences model
Seamus Delaney*1, Christine Redman2
1Centre for Science and Technology Education, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland, 2Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Structuring Higher Education partnerships with science education learning centres  -  09:00 - 11:00
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IRRESISTIBLE student-curated exhibitions: what do students learn?
Pedro Reis*1, Rita Marques1, Patricia Azinghaga1, Luis Tinoca1, Monica Baptista1, Elisabete Linhares2
1Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, 2Escola Superior de Educação do Instituto Politécnico de Santarém, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  5. IRRESISTIBLE, a project to raise youth awareness to responsible research and innovation through inquiry based science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Is there anything such as alternative facts: critical thinking in biology curricula
Susanne Rafolt*1, Kerstin Kremer2, Suzanne Kapelari1
1University of Innsbruck, Austria, 2Kiel University, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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It’s all in the label: Research into student explanations as a resource for assessment for learning
Bronwen Cowie*1, Christine Harrison2
1The University of Waikato, New Zealand, 2Kings College, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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“It's an observational subject, you can see what you learn” – teachers beliefs concerning the nature of bioscience and biology education
Arne Dittmer
University of Regensburg, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Joint action research of chemistry teachers: Mentor-mentee interaction
Nitza Barnea1, Effrat Akiri*1, Orit Herscovitz1, Yehudit-Judy Dori1,2
1Technion, Israel, 2Samuel Neaman Institute, Israel
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Joint fostering of preschool children's concept of levers and academic language skills
Maren Ebel*, Patrick Löffler, Alexander Kauertz, Gisela Kammermeyer
University Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Just remember that you're standing on a planet that's evolving: Developing pre-service science teachers' subject knowledge and PCK about the solar system and the universe
Judith Hillier
University of Oxford, UK
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Kids as urban scientists: Mobile apps for youth mapping the biodiversity of urban regions
Nancy Songer
Drexel University, USA
Thursday 24th August Workshop Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Kinematics for lower-secondary students – investigating two teaching approaches
Ingmar Klappauf*, Gunnar Friege
Leibniz Universität, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Knowledge base for chemistry teachers evaluated in Brazilian selection exams
Debora Andrade1, Carmen Fernandez*1,2
1Programa de Pós Graduação Interunidades em Ensino de Ciências da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, 2INstituto de Química da universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Knowledge, beliefs and myths of Finnish and German pupils concerning spiders
Eija Yli-Panula*1, Petra Lindemann-Matthies2, Martin Remmele2
1The University of Turku, Finland, 2University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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LabBook: a web environment for active science learning
Isabelle Girault*, Cedric d'Ham, Patricia Marzin, Claire Wajeman
University Grenoble Alpes, CNRS LIG, France
Wednesday 23rd August Workshop Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Language and the teaching and learning of chemistry
Peter E. Childs*1, Silvija Markic2
1Chemistry Education Research Group, Department of Chemical Sciences and EPI*STEM University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Education Ludwigsburg, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Publishing chemistry education research and evidence-based practices with CERP  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Latin@s and portuguese-speaking students in science: Reflections from the USA and Luxembourg
Alberto J. Rodriguez*1, Roberto Gómez Fernández2, Christina Siry1
1Purdue University, USA, 2Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Embracing diversity: Examples from science classrooms in Sweden, Luxembourg and the U.S.  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Launching science education reform from the inside-out: Science teacher leadership
Lisa Blank*1, David Erickson1, Jennifer Luebeck2, Hilary Risser3, Jake Warner4
1University of Montana, USA, 2Montana State University, USA, 3Montana Tech, USA, 4Montana Office of Public Instruction, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning about a challenging SSI by a digital learning environment: Hydraulic fracturing
Christian Zowada*, Ingo Eilks
University of Bremen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning about energy: a real-life approach challenging the present culture of science and engineering
Ilse Bartosch
University of Vienna, Austria
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning about gravity in middle school: Einsteinian or Newtonian explanations?
Marina Pitts, Grady Venville*, David Blair
University of Western Australia, Australia
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  3. The teaching and learning Einsteinian physics in international contexts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Learning about paramagnetism and diamagnetism: A teaching-learning sequence based on multiple representations
Daniel Laumann*, Stefan Heusler
University of Münster, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Learning about variation and natural selection during two years - a case study
Jaqueline Scheibstock*, Martin Scheuch, Heidemarie Amon
Universitiy of Vienna, Austria
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Learning and drawing about shadows in early childhood education
Alice Delserieys*1, Glykeria Fragkiadaki2, Maria Kampeza2
1Aix-Marseille Université, France, 2University of Patras, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  15. Early years science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Learning chemical kinetics at secondary school level: Misconceptions and alternative approach
Hamad Karous*, Bernard Leyh, Brigitte Nihant
University of Liège, Belgium
Wednesday 23rd August Workshop Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Learning opportunities promoting diagnostic abilities in primary teacher education during long-term internships
Sandra Stegemann*, Stefan Rumann
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Learning physics by computer simulations: An eye-movement analysis of learners with different levels of expertise
Guo-Li Chiou*1, Chung-Yuan Hsu2, Min-Hsien Lee3, Meng-Jung Tsai1
1Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2Department of Child Care, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 3Center for Teacher Education, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Learning progressions and teaching sequences in chemistry education: Outlook on a themed issue
Hannah Sevian*1, Sascha Bernholt2
1University of Massachusetts, USA, 2Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Publishing chemistry education research and evidence-based practices with CERP  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Learning progressions for elementary children’s earth science reasoning practices
Seungho Maeng*1, Kiyoung Lee2
1Seoul National University of Education, Republic of Korea, 2Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  1. Competence models and learning progressions - reflections on different models of student learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Learning science: Students generating representations in a blended classroom
Connie Cirkony
Deakin University, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Learning science: Students generating representations in a blended classroom
Connie Cirkony
Deakin University, Australia
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning the right physics: Master's students' negotiations of legitimacy
Anders Johansson
Uppsala University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning to argue: A study of four schools and their attempt to develop the use of argumentation as a common instructional practice and its impact on students
Jonathan Osborne*1, Shirley Simon2, Andri Christodoulou3, Christina Howell-Richardson4
1Graduate School of Education, Stanford University, 485 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, USA, 2Institute of Education, University of London, UK, 3University of Southampton, UK, 4King’s College London, School of Education, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Epistemological inquiry from the Journal of Research in Science Teaching  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Learning to integrate the teaching of science and english in multilungual classrooms
Mariona Espinet*, Catalina Cladera, Laura Valdés, Jaume Maldonado
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. Teaching and learning to teach science in multilingual and multicultural science classrooms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Learning to teach natural and social science at primary school
Sarah Rau
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning with a sequence of worked-out-examples
Matylda Dudzinska, Gunnar Friege*
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Learning with and about advertising in chemistry education with a lesson plan on natural cosmetics
Nadja Belova*, Ingo Eilks
University of Bremen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Publishing chemistry education research and evidence-based practices with CERP  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Learning with diagrams: The potential of constructing representations in science
Christine Tippett
University of Ottawa, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Integrating approaches to literacy in science learning: Making the sum greater than the parts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Leaving chemistry: Students' achievement-related choices in secondary school
Carolin Eitemueller*, Maik Walpuski
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  18. Methodological issues in science education research  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Lecture jokes - a litmus test of physics discourse?
Maria Berge*1, Anders Johansson2
1Umeå University, Sweden, 2Uppsala University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Lesson study: Learning to teach science from others and beliefs about the goals and purposes of science teaching
Tetsuo Isozaki*1, Takako Isozaki2, Takuya Ochi1, Yuta Ueda3
1Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Education, Japan, 2The University of Toyama, Japan, 3Yoshitomi Lower Secondary School, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Lessons learned from examining the PCK of a novice teacher
Yvoni Pavlou*, Marios Papaevripidou, Zacharias Zacharia
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Linking formative and summative assessment of inquiry competences in STEM
Jens Dolin*, Robert Evans, Jan Alexis Nielsen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  11. Assessment in inquiry-based STEM education: International experiences from research and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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LiSP_ The language in science project
Peter E. Childs*1, Marie Ryan2
1Chemistry Education Research Group, Department of Chemical Sciences and EPI*STEM University of Limerick, Ireland, 2Our Lady’s Secondary School, Ireland
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Language and chemistry teaching and learning  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Lived histories of science education in modern Luxembourg: Interactions between global policies, national curriculum and local practices
Robert A.P. Reuter*1, Catherina Schreiber2
1University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2University of Vienna, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Local environment as learning arena for teaching sustainable development
Anja Gabrielsen1, Majken Korsager*2
1University College of Southeast Norway, Norway, 2Norwegian Centre for Science Education, Norway
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Longitudinal changes in Climate Change perceptions: Comparison between US, UK and Australia students
Tina Cartwright*1, Deb Hemler2, Paula Magee3
1Marshall University, USA, 2Fairmont State University, USA, 3Indiana University - Indianapolis, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Looking for solutions: University chemistry and physics students interacting with infrared cameras
Christopher Robin Samuelsson, Jesper Haglund*, Maja Elmgren
Uppsala University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Making practical work work: using discussion to enhance pupils' understanding of physics, Research in Science & Technological Education, 34:3, 290-306.
Mark Harrison
King Edward's School, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Recent highlights from Research in Science and Technological Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Making scientific modeling tangible for problem solving - assessment of the procedural dimension
Susanne Digel*, Patrick Löffler, Jochen Scheid, Alexander Kauertz
University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Mapping controversies: a pedagogical approach for communicating about socioscientific issues
Andri Christodoulou*1, Marcus Grace1, Ralph Levinson2, Willeke Rietdijk1
1University of Southampton, UK, 2University College London, Institute of Education, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Mapping learning trajectories for teachers' topic specific knowledge for teaching chemical bonding
Rene Toerien*1, Marissa Rollnick2, Annemarie Hattingh1
1School of Education, University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2Marang Centre for Mathematics and Science Education, Wits University, South Africa
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Teachers’ knowledge for teaching chemical bonding: Scope and trajectories  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Mapping teachers' epistemological beliefs about ecology
Caio Castro Freire*, Marcelo Tadeu Motokane
Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Ribeirão Preto, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Marine deficit disorder: Marine literacy in primary student teachers
Cushla Dromgool-Regan1, Noirín Burke2, Thomas McCloughlin*3
1Marine Institute, Ireland, 2Galway Atlantaquaria, Ireland, 3Dublin City University, Ireland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Masculinities and social class in conceptualisations of the engineering mechanics programme
Anna T. Danielsson*1, Maria Berge2, Eva Silfver2
1King's College London, UK, 2Umeå University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Mast the heavier be the larger object? Establish understanding the concept of weight among preschoolers by their exposure to surprising situations
Haim Eshach*, Shir Kolman
Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Master students coping with scientific writing in field course
Renata de Paula Orofino*, Daniela Scarpa
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Mathematization in chemistry questions
Lennart Kimpel*, Elke Sumfleth
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Meaningful assessment of learners' understandings about scientific inquiry - The views about scientific inquiry (VASI) questionnaire
Judith S. Lederman1, Norman G. Lederman*1, Stephen A. Bartos2, Selina L. Bartels1, Allison Antink Meyer3, Renee S. Schwartz4
1Mathematics & Science Education Department, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 2Womack Educational Leadership Department, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, USA, 3School of Teaching and Learning, Illinois State University, Normal, USA, 4Department of Biological Sciences, The Mallinson Institute for Science Education, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Epistemological inquiry from the Journal of Research in Science Teaching  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Measuring PCK in lesson stories: What does science teacher's narratives say?
Gabriel Caro-Franco1, Paulina Bravo González*2, Corina González-Weil1,3, Alejandra Vélez Pérez1
1Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, 2Institute of Education University College of London, UK, 3Centro de Investigación Avanzada en Educación, Chile
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Mechanics programmes under the Japanese instruction theory “Kasetsu”
Koji Tsukamoto
Chiba Institute of Science, Japan
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Metascience in pre-service primary teacher education: Enhancing teachers’ science conceptions
Leonor Saraiva*1, Isabel Neves2
1Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Escola Superior de Educação, Portugal, 2UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa,, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Meta-theoretical contributions to the constitution of a model-based didactics of science
Yefrin Ariza1,2, Pablo Lorenzano1,3, Agustín Adúriz-Bravo*2,3
1Centro de Estudios de Filosofı´a e Historia de la Ciencia (CEFHIC), Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (UNQ), Argentina, 2CeFIEC-Instituto de Investigaciones Centro de Formacio´n e Investigacio´n en Ensen˜anza de las Ciencias, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. Science & Education: Science education informed by history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Method for the development of STEM-integrating learning materials
Jolien De Meester*1, Greet Langie2, Mieke De Cock1, Wim Dehaene1
1KU Leuven, Belgium, 2KU Leuven, Belgium
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Methodical challenges with the Draw-A-Scientist Test
Bianca Reinisch*, Moritz Krell, Sarah Gogolin, Susann Hergert, Dirk Krüger
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Methodological guidelines for potentiating environmental education in teaching training
María del Carmen Acebal-Expósito, Vito Brero-Peinado, José Antonio Rueda-Serón*, Carolina Martín-Gámez
University of Malaga, Spain
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Methodological process to analyse heritage and its teaching in science textbooks
Hortensia Morón-Monge1, Mariá del Carmen Morón-Monge*2
1University of Seville, Spain, 2University of Huelva, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Misconceptions in electricity at university level: Development of an overcoming teaching strategy
Raoul Sommeillier*, Frédéric Robert
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Misconceptions of university students about global climate change
Zerrin Doganca Kucuk*1, Sema Isik2
1Bahcesehir University, Turkey, 2Bogazici University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Model for supporting teachers in designing and using project-based learning curricular materials
Kalle Juuti3, Tom Bielik*1,2, Deborah Peek-Brown2
1Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 2Michigan State University, USA, 3University of Helsinki, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Model-based learning in primary science: A collaborative approach to exploring strategies for assessing scientific modelling
Cory Forbes1, Kim Lange2, Tina Vo1, Sarah Gogolin3, Florian Böschl*1
1University of Nebraska, USA, 2University of Leipzig, Germany, 3Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Modeling inquiry-oriented instruction of beginning secondary science teachers
Lyrica Lucas*, Elizabeth Lewis
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Modelling science teaching and bridging the theory practice gap: What's possible?
Rebecca Cooper*, Karen Marangio
Monash University, Australia
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Modelling students' progression in chemical reactions
Maurice M.W. Cheng*1, John K. Gilbert2
1Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2University of Reading, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Models and activities for an open, global vision of science communication and learning
Padraig Murphy
Dublin City University, Ireland
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  8. Bridging science education and science communication: research, practice and collaboration  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Models and modelling as a training context: What are pre-service teachers’ perceptions?
Anna Garrido-Espeja*, Digna Couso-Lagarón
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Scientific practices in pre-service teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Models as relational categories in science education
Tommi Kokkonen
University of Helsinki, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Models of electricity in physics textbooks: enabling or constraining inquiry based instruction?
Zeger-Jan Kock
Fontys University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Monitoring pupils competence in evaluating socio-scientific issues
Clemens Stecher*, Suzanne Kapelari
Department of Subject-Specific Education, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Morality and epistemology in upper secondary students deliberation on risk assessment concerning genetic engineering 
Iann Lundegård*1, Leena Arvanitis2, Karim Hamza1
1Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Blackebergs Gymnasium, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Motivating students to science career choices through real-science experiences
Madelen Bodin
Umeå University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Motivating students with authentic science experiences: changes in motivation for school science, Research in Science & Technological Education, DOI: 10.1080/02635143.2017.1322572
Jenny H. Hellgren*, Stina Lindberg
Umeå University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Recent highlights from Research in Science and Technological Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Motivation in science of Mexican indigenous students, related to gender and aspirations
Paulina Guerrero-Gutiérrez
King's College London, UK
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Moving beyond mere gaming: Apps and biodiversity
Thomas McCloughlin, Hugh Gash*
Dublin City University, Ireland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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MultiCO project and its conceptual framework
Tuula Keinonen*1, Shirley Simon2, John Connolly2, Irene Drymiotou3, Miia Rannikmäe4, Annette Scheersoi5
1University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 2University College London, UK, 3University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 4University of Tartu, Estonia, 5University of Bonn, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  2. Promoting youth scientific career awareness and its attractiveness through multi-stakeholder co-operation – the MultiCO project  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Multilingual students' dynamic use of both first and second language in a translanguaging science classroom
Annika Karlsson
Malmö University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Multilingual students meaning making in science
Monica Axelsson*1, Kristina Danielsson2,1, Britt Jakobson1, Jenny Uddling1
1Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Linnaeus University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  7. Literacy perspectives on discourse in science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Multilingual, multimodal interactions in primary school and the role of wonderings
Roberto Gómez Fernández*, Christina Siry, Sara Wilmes
The University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  15. Scientific Practices in Early Childhood and Primary Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Multimedia learning environments for heteregenous learning groups in chemistry education - conception and evaluation
Thomas Baumann*, Insa Melle
TU Dortmund University, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Multimodal written communication: Exploring levels of cohesiveness in student products
Mark McDermott
University of Iowa, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Integrating approaches to literacy in science learning: Making the sum greater than the parts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Multiple conceptions of integrated STEM education: Which one is best?
Emily Dare*1, Elizabeth Ring2, Gillian Roehrig2
1Michigan Technological University, USA, 2University of Minnesota, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Multiple external representations (MER) as a component of special language in biology
Christina Beck*, Claudia Nerdel
Technical University of Munich, School of Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Multiple theoretical lenses as an analytical strategy in researching group discussions, Research in Science & Technological Education, 35:1, 42-57.
Maria Berge*1, Åke Ingerman1
1Umeå University, Sweden, 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Recent highlights from Research in Science and Technological Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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National curriculum revision and teacher professional development: The understanding professional development and adoption variation related to revised advanced placement curriculum (PD-RAP) project
Christian Fischer1, Brandon Foster2, Ayana McCoy3, Arthur Eisenkraft3, Abigail Levy2, Barry Fishman1, Chris Dede4, Kim Frumin4, Frances Lawrenz*5
1University of Michigan, USA, 2Education Development Corporation, USA, 3University of MA, USA, 4Harvard University, USA, 5Univeristy of MN, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Nature of science and science content learning – Teaching about the concept of energy
Hanno Michel, Irene Neumann*
Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Nature of science and science content learning: the relation between students' nature of science understanding and their learning about the concept of energy
Hanno Michel, Irene Neumann*
IPN–Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. Science & Education: Science education informed by history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Nature of science as a powerful meta-knowledge
André Noronha*1,2, Ivã Gurgel2
1Federal Institute of São Paulo, Brazil, 2University of São Paulo, Brazil
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Nature of science in experimental activities - the "existence" of electrical field lines and equipotential surfaces
Roberto Cruz-Hastenreiter1,2, José Sampaio Oliveira*1, Kaíza Cavalcanti1, Patricia Alves1, Raimundo Nonato Silveira1
1IFRJ, Brazil, 2UNIRIO, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Nature of science in the science curriculum in England: towards an inclusive account
Sibel Erduran*1,2, Ann Childs1
1University of Oxford, UK, 2National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Negotiating change to teach for argumentation
Frederick Toralballa Talaue*, Lay Hoon Seah, Gde Buana Sandila Putra, Azilawati Jamaludin
National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Negotiation, embeddedness, and non-threatening learning environments as themes of science and language convergence for English language learners
Yuliya Ardasheva1, Lori Norton-Meier2, Brian Hand*3
1Washington State University Tri-Cities, USA, 2University of Louisville, USA, 3University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. The contribution of extended literature reviews within science education research: Exemplars from the journal Studies in Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Neurophysiolocal measurements of engagement –towards prediction of learners’ performance
Patrick Charland1, Pierre-Majorique Léger2, Yannick Skelling*1, Hugo G. Lapierre1
1Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, 2HEC Montréal, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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New mediated tools for teachers training on science education in early grades
Athina - Christina Kornelaki*, Katerina Plakitsi
University of Ioannina, Greece
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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No place in the real world: Exploring white British working-class students' constructions of science
Lucy Yeomans
King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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‘Nobody should be able to read our thoughts!’ – Students’ beliefs about neuroscience
Alexander Bergmann*, Jörg Zabel
University of Leipzig, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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NOS and intercultural perspectives in science education: A view from the classroom
Haira Gandolfi
UCL Institute of Education, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Nutritional supplements and vitamins – the perceptions of primary school teacher students
Sirpa Kärkkäinen*1, Anu Hartikainen-Ahia1, Nea Nikkanen1, Tuula Keinonen1, Katri Hämeen-Anttila2
1University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 2FIMEA, Finland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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OLEDS: On the way to implement an innovative topic into chemistry classes
Jennifer Doerschelln*, Amitabh Banerji
University of Cologne, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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On the emotions of university students facing a theoretical or a lab-based instruction
Diego Airado-Rodríguez*1, Florentina Cañada-Cañada1, María Antonia Dávila-Acedo1, María Dolores Víctor-Ortega2, David González-Gómez1, Jin Su Jeong1
1University of Extremadura, Spain, 2University of Granada, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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On the measure of attitude towards science: A scientific model
Liu Huang, Fan Huang*, Pey Tee, Emily Oon
The University of Macau, Macao
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  18. Methodological issues in science education research  -  16:45 - 18:15
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On the nature of teaching nature of 2010 science: Preservice early childhood teacher's instruction in preschool and elementary settings
Valarie L. Akerson*1, Cary A. Buzzelli2, Lisa A. Donnelly3
1Indiana University, Science Education, 201 North Rose Avenue, Bloomington, USA, 2Indiana University, Early Childhood Education, Bloomington, USA, 3Department of Teaching, Leadership and Curriculum Studies, Kent State University, Kent, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  0. Epistemological inquiry from the Journal of Research in Science Teaching  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Only beauty? Aspects of an aesthetic-sensitive science education
Edvin Østergaard
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Ontological commitments of constructivism in science education
Pedro J. Sánchez Gómez
Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Experimentales. Universidad Complutense de Madrid., Spain
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  18. Methodological issues in science education research  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Open learning content management system: Attracting young people to STEM and fostering sense of community
Mirosław Brzozowy*1, Jacek Bzdak1, Katarzyna Hołownicka1, Przemysław Duda1, Christina Troumpetari2, Nick Vovk3
1Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, 2Eugenides Foundation, Greece, 3Institute for Developmental and Strategic Analysis, Slovenia
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Operationalizing authentic and relevant disciplinary engagement
Shulamit Kapon*1, Antti Laherto2, Olivia Levrini3
1Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, 2University of Helsinki, Finland, 3University of Bologna, Italy
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Opportunities to develop science identity in a collaborative partnership
Kathleen Hayes
Australian National University, Australia
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Order-of-magnitude reasoning as part of science literacy: An intervention study
Cédric Loretan1, Andreas Müller1,2, Laura Weiss*1, Sébastien Roch3
1Université de Genève, Institut Universitaire de Formation des Enseignants (IUFE), Switzerland, 2Université de Genève, Faculté des Sciences / Section de Physique, Switzerland, 3Lycée des Glières, France
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Oscillating mass-spring system: From traditional to the investigative approach
Michele Guimaraes*1, Valdir Guimaraes2
1Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil, 2Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Out-of-school learning in Hungarian primary schools
Nóra Fűz*1, Erzsébet Korom2,3
1Doctoral School of Education, University of Szeged, Hungary, 2Institute of Education University of Szeged, Hungary, 3MTA-SZTE Science Education Research Group, Hungary
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Participation of inservice secondary teachers in a multi-year summer research experience
Matthew Perkins Coppola*1, Rita Hagevik2
1Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA, 2University of North Carolina at Pembroke, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Patterns of children's conceptions about the excretory system
Rosa Branca Tracana*1,2, Graça S. Carvalho2
1Institute Polythecnic of Guarda, ESECD, Portugal, 22CIEC, Institute of Education, University of Minho, Portugal
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Paving the way towards authentic chemistry teaching in pre-service teacher eduaction
Andrea Schumacher
University of Cologne, Institute of Chemistry Education, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pedagogical challenges associated with the on the fly classroom interactions for formative assessment
Michalis Livitziis*, Nicos Papadouris, Costas P. Constantinou
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pedagogical choice in science education: exploring range, limits and consequences
Andrew Howes*, Zahra Alijah, Rob Buck, Samar Albalawi
University of Manchester, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Pedagogical content knowledge: The case of climate change
Lina Melo1, Florentina Cañada*2
1University of Salamanca, Spain, 2University of Extremadura, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pedagogy, positioning and purpose
Debra McGregor*, Adrienne Duggan
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  3. Learning science through drama  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Peer-assessment as a learning activity for secondary school students in modeling-based learning
Olia Tsivitanidou*1, Costas P. Constantinou1, Peter Labudde2
1University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 2University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  11. Perspectives on peer assessment in inquiry teaching: Results from the European project ASSIST-ME  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Peer-assessment effectiveness in developing students’ understanding
Florence Le Hebel1,2
1University of Lyon 1, France, 2ICAR UMR 5191, LLE UMS 3773 ENS LYON, France
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  11. Perspectives on peer assessment in inquiry teaching: Results from the European project ASSIST-ME  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Perception of policy intention and impact on teaching: A study across europe
Katrin Engeln
Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN),, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Perceptions of out-of-field teachers teaching physics, as a gap for professional development
Nurit Bar-Yosef*1, Aviva Klieger2
1Kibbuzim College of Education, Technology and Arts, Israel, 2Beit Berl College, Israel
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Persistent student difficulties with force and field concept in electricity and magnetism
Mieke De Cock*1, Paul van Kampen2, Kristina Zuza3, Mossy Kelly4, Jenaro Guisasola3
1KU Leuven, Belgium, 2Dublin City University, Ireland, 3University of the Basque Country, Spain, 4University of Hull, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Philosophy for children and inquiry based science for primary school students
Yalcin Yalaki*, Nihan Akkocaoglu Cayir
Hacettepe University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Physical and mathematical modelling competence as predictor for success in physics degree courses
Joachim Mueller
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Physics and chemistry teachers’ learning: The contribution of lesson study
Teresa Conceição*, Mónica Baptista, João Pedro da Ponte
Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Physics teacher isolation in urban schools
Angela Kelly*1, Ghada Nehmeh1,2
1Stony Brook University, USA, 2Bronx High School of Science, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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PISA 2015: An analysis of the findings for the USA
Jonathan Osborne
Graduate School of Education, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  10. PiSA 2015: PISA 2015: An analysis of the findings for 4 countries and the implications for policy and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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PISA 2015: Findings for the United Kingdom
Robin Millar
Department of Education, University of York, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  10. PiSA 2015: PISA 2015: An analysis of the findings for 4 countries and the implications for policy and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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PISA 2015: The Danish Case
Jens Dolin
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  10. PiSA 2015: PISA 2015: An analysis of the findings for 4 countries and the implications for policy and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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PISA 2015: The French case
Andrée Tiberghien*1, Florence Le Hebel2
1CNRS, UMR ICAR, LABEX ASLAN, University of Lyon, France, 2Université Lyon 1, UMR ICAR, CNRS, Université Lyon 2, France
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  10. PiSA 2015: PISA 2015: An analysis of the findings for 4 countries and the implications for policy and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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PISA science item difficulties according to socio-economical-cultural level
Mylène Duclos*1, Florence Le Hebel2, Ira Noveck3, Pascale Montiped4, Andrée Tiberghien4, Jean-Baptiste Van der Henst3, Jacques Jayez3
1UMS LLE UMR ICAR ENS, France, 2University of Lyon 1 UMS LLE UMR ICAR ENS, France, 3ISC CNRS, France, 4CNRS UMR ICAR, France
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Plant blindness in primary school curriculum: Shaping knowledge and attitudes towards plants
Alexandros Amprazis*, Penelope Papadopoulou
University of Western Macedonia, Dpt of Early Childhood Education, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Plant definition: the argumentation of pre-service biology teachers
Robin Bosdeveix1, Yann Lhoste*2
1LDAR EA4434, France, 2Lab-E3D EA 4140, France
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Polish students ideas about animal classification
Zofia Sajkowska*, Eliza Rybska
Department of Nature Education and Conservation, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Political rationalities in science teaching materials provided by external actors
Maria Andree*1, Lena Hansson2, Malin Ideland3
1Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Kristianstad University, Sweden, 3Malmø University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. Troubling science education: a Nordic view  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Pondering properties of materials : Reflecting on the affordances offered by tablet technology
Debra McGregor
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Positioning of African American girls in science class
Katherine Wade-Jaimes
Georgia State University, USA
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Upcoming research in science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Positioning teachers as self directed learners
Kathleen (Kathy) Smith*, John Loughran
Monash University, Australia
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Positive positioning of participants in science education centre learning partnerships
Christine Redman*, Merryn Dawborn-Gundlach, Duncan Symons
Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Structuring Higher Education partnerships with science education learning centres  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Potential wording problems in textbooks explaining biological adaptation: teleology, anthropomorphism, and unscientific ideas
Martie Sanders
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Potentials and challenges of the field study in science teaching
Fausto Gomes*, Martha Marandino
Faculdade de Educação Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Practical work and school social context: Study of differentiated teaching practices
Sílvia Ferreira*, Ana M. Morais
UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Preconceptions about science and evolution in indigenous secondary school students in Mexico
Paulina Guerrero-Gutiérrez
King's College London, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Predicting course success in the undergraduate general chemistry lab
Thomas Elert*, Maik Walpuski
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Predicting study success with four types of knowledge in biology and physics
Torsten Binder*, Philipp Schmiemann, Heike Theyßen
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Predictive factors of teachers’ attitudes toward teaching integrated STEM
Lieve Thibaut*1, Heidi Knipprath1, Wim Dehaene2, Fien Depaepe3
1Research Institute for Work and Society (HIVA), KU Leuven, Belgium, 2MICAS, Microelectronics and sensors, Department of Electrical Engineering (ESAT), KU Leuven, Belgium, 3Centre for Instructional Psychology and Technology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Preeschool children's representations about perception, production and propagation of sound
Elena Calderón-Canales*, Leticia Gallegos-Cázares, Fernando Flores-Camacho, Luisa Ambrosio-Luz
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Centro de Ciencias Aplicadas y Desarrollo Tecnológico, Mexico
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  15. Early years science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Preparing preservice teachers as researchers: An REU experience in STEM education
Molly Fisher*, Jennifer Wilhelm
University of Kentucky, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Preparing science/math teachers to teach discipline literacy using mobile technologies
Rita Hagevik*, Irina Falls
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Preparing the ground: Reflections on cultivating science education through curriculum in Irish secondary school reform
John O'Reilly
University of Limerick, Ireland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Prerequisites and obstacles in technology instruction: Pre-service teachers' perspectives
Alexander F. Koch*1, Jürg Keller2, Aleksandar Dunjic2, Stefan Kruse1, Manuel Haselhofer1
1School for Teacher Education, Centre for Science and Technology Education, Switzerland, 2School of Engineering, Institute of Automation, Switzerland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Preschool children's collaborative science learning scaffolded by tablets - a teacher's view
Marie Fridberg*, Susanne Thulin, Andreas Redfors
Kristianstad University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  15. Learning and teaching science within early years education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Preschool class children's use of semiotic resources in meaning making about evolution
Johanna Frejd
Department of social and welfare studies, Linköping University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Preschool science with a starting point in everyday situations - preschool teachers' reasoning
Lena Hansson*, Lena Löfgren
Kristianstad University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Preschool students' conceptions of human anatomy and physiology
Sara Raven1, Lisa Borgerding*2
1Texas A&M University, USA, 2Kent State University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Preschoolers' concepts of digestion, absorption and egestion: Links with body mass index
Michael Allen*, Lynette Harper
Kingston University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  15. Early years science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Pre-service chemistry teachers' conceptions of how to teach acids and bases
Anja Lembens*, Katrin Reiter
University of Vienna, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pre-service chemistry teachers learning about integrated science education by collaboration and design
Outi Haatainen*, Maija Aksela
University of Helsinki, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Preservice elementary science teachers' pedagogical content knowledge for sustainable development
Ilknur Tiras, Ceren Öztekin, Mehmet Sen*
Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pre-service elementary teacher’s interaction with elements of student inquiry in science: How, when and why
Thea Skoulia*, Loucas Louca
European Unviversity-Cyprus, Cyprus
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pre-service elementary teachers learning the practice of teaching scientific modeling
Andres Acher
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  13. Teaching practices in pre-service science teacher education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Pre-service kindergarten teachers acceptance of "ScratchJr" as a tool for learning and teaching computational thinking and science education
Michail Kalogiannakis*, Stamatios Papadakis
University of Crete, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  15. Learning and teaching science within early years education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Pre-service physics teacher’s orientations concerning the role of language in physics education
Nadezda Strunk*, Dietmar Höttecke
Universität Hamburg, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pre-service physics teachers' conceptual development in case of electric field from concept network perspective
Terhi Mäntylä
University of Tampere, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pre-service physics teachers´ competence to reflect on their teaching
Anna Nowak*, Sven Liepertz, Andreas Borowski
University of Potsdam, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pre-service primary teacher students meaning making in interdisciplinary science teaching practices
Martin Krabbe Sillasen
VIA University College, Denmark
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  13. Teaching practices in pre-service science teacher education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Pre-service science teachers' ability to adapt nature of science integrated instructional materials
Kader Bilican
Kirikkale University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pre-service science teachers' understanding of aims and values of science
Selin Akgun*1, Sibel Erduran2,3, Ebru Kaya1, Busra Aksoz1
1Bogazici University, Turkey, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pre-service science teachers’ understanding of scientific practices: A mixed-method investigation
Busra Aksoz*1, Ebru Kaya1, Sibel Erduran2,3, Selin Akgun1
1Bogazici University, Turkey, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Pre-service teacher education in out-of-school labs
Stefan Sorge*1, Irene Neumann1, Burkhard Priemer2, Ilka Parchmann1
1Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany, 2Humboldt University, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Pre-service teachers and socio-scientific inquiry: Opportunities and challenges
Marie-Christine Knippels*, Michiel van Harskamp, Roald Verhoeff, Paulien Postma
Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Preservice teachers developing professional pedagogical vision around ambitous science teaching practices
Arzu Tanis Ozcelik, Scott McDonald*
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pre-service teachers' perceptions of models as scientific practices
Ebru Z. Mugaloglu*1, Sibel Erduran2, Zoubeida Dagher3
1Bogazici University, Turkey, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3University of Delaware, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  13. Scientific practices in pre-service teacher training  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Pre-service teachers’ conceptions in a decision-making process about an electrical energy issue
Naira Díaz-Moreno*1, Beatriz Crujeiras2, Carolina Martín-Gamez3, Alicia Fernández-Oliveras4
1University of Almería, Spain, 2University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 3University of Malaga, Spain, 4University of Granada, Spain
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Pre-service teachers’ experiences of STEM integration
Ibrahim Delen*, Salih Uzun
Usak University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Primary and university academic experiences of career women physicists
Ghada Nehmeh1,2, Angela Kelly*1
1Stony Brook University, USA, 2Bronx High School of Science, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Primary education pupils' scientific literacy development with a focus on chemistry
Iva Bilkova Metelkova
Charles University, Czech Republic
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Primary school pre-service teachers' confidence and need concerning socioscientific inquiry based learning
Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren*1, Carl-Johan Rundgren2
1Department of Education at Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Department of Mathematics and Science Education at Stockholm University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Primary school pupils' experiences of light and shadow
Mona Holmqvist*1, Lydia Murmann2
1Malmö University, Sweden, 2University of Bremen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Primary science subject leaders: The stories they live by. A study of the impact of the PSQM programme on teacher identity and agency.
Clare Warren
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Primary teachers' reflections-in- and on- actions concerning socioscientific inquiry based learning activities
Carl-Johan Rundgren*2, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren1
1Department of Education at Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Department of Mathematics and Science Education at Stockholm University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Process evaluation for integrated STEM
Leen Goovaerts*1, Katrien Struyven2, Mieke De Cock1, Wim Dehaene1
1KU Leuven, Belgium, 2Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Productive use of digital laboratories for elementary science classroom: A case of i-Scream
Seungho Maeng*, Kapsu Kim, Youngseok Jhun, Donghoon Shin, Hunsik Kang, Woosung Jung
Seoul National University of Education, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Professional development on sustainable energy topics - mapping teachers' knowledge and beliefs
Elon Langbeheim
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Professional identity of chemistry university academics
Rita Khanfour-Armalé1,2
1LDAR, France, 2University of Cergy Pontoise, France
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Professional quality assessment of the Croatian state written exam in biology
Ines Radanovic1, Zaklin Luksa*2, Valerija Begic3, Marijana Bastic3, Diana Garasic1, Mirela Sertic Peric1, Ivanka Podrug3
1Faculty of Science, Croatia, 2High School Josipa Slavenskog Cakovec, Croatia, 3Primary school, Croatia
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Professionalization of future chemistry teachers for teaching in inclusive classes
Ann-Kathrin Schlueter*, Insa Melle
TU Dortmund University, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Professionalization of pre-service chemistry teachers for the competent use of assessment
Ann-Kathrin Nienaber*, Insa Melle
TU Dortmund University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Progress in primary school children’s understandings of materials and their composition: a cross-age qualitative study
Maria Tsapali*1, Connor Quinn1, Michelle R. Ellefson1, Anne Schlottmann2, Keith S. Taber1
1University of Cambridge, UK, 2University College London, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Promoting argumentation through novels in science class: What animal is it?
Isabel Pau*, Conxita Márquez, Anna Marbà-Tallada
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Promoting group and individual decision-making about water resources using web-based instruction
Su-Chi Fang*, Ying-Shao Hsu
Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  4. Designing instruction featuring socio-scientific issues: taking advantage of online learning environments  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Promoting inquiry-based pedagogies within professional learning communities
Pete Sorensen*, Diane Dalby
University of Nottingham, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  14. Teacher professional development: Supporting the development of inquiry-based learning pedagogies  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Promoting pre-school students’ learning of natural sciences using scaffolding strategies
Anna Windt
Münster University, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Promoting rational discourse between young people from three countries about agricultural controversies
Bev France*1, Marcus Grace2, Ralph Levinson3, Laurence Simonneaux4
1University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2University of Southampton, UK, 3University College of London-Institute of Education, UK, 4ENSFEA,EFTS,Université Toulouse, France
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. CASSIS: Examining the tension between 'pest animals' and agriculture  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Promoting teachers' learning to select cognitively demanding science tasks
Miray Tekkumru-Kisa*1, Christian Schunn2, Ryan Coker1
1Florida State University, USA, 2University of Pittsburgh, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Promotion of system thinking in preservice biology teacher education
Doris Elster*, Nicklas Müller
University of Bremen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Prospective science teachers’ knowledge of scientific practices situated in the classroom
Barbara Crawford
The University of Georgia, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Prospects and challenges in teachers’ adoption of a new modeling orientated science curriculum in lower secondary school In Denmark
Sanne Schnell Nielsen1,2
1Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2University College UCC, Denmark
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Providing preservice teachers with an extended opportunity to approximate ambitious instruction
David Stroupe
Michigan State University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Pupils’ conceptions of biological evolution throughout secondary school in France
Magali Coupaud*, Alice Delserieys
Aix-Marseille Université, France
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Qualitative assessment of the HEAfAUS model - a holistic primary science planning instrument
Christina Colberg*, Patric Brugger
Thurgau University of Teacher Training, Switzerland
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Qualitative methodology for analysing dialogic argumentation
Kaisa Jokiranta*, Jenna Hiltunen, Markus Hähkiöniemi, Sami Lehesvuori, Pasi Nieminen, Jouni Viiri
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Quantum talk: How student discussions may support learning in quantum physics
Berit Bungum*1, Maria Vetleleseter Bøe2, Ellen Karoline Henriksen2
1The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, 2University of Oslo, Norway
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Raising teachers’ self-efficacy for a new teaching approach: An “education through science” focused CPD model
Ana Valdmann*, Miia Rannikmae, Jack Holbrook
University of Tartu, Estonia
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Raising the game: The impact of a professional development workshop on chemical bonding on South African teachers' subject knowledge understanding and knowledge for teaching
Vanessa Kind
School of Education, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Teachers’ knowledge for teaching chemical bonding: Scope and trajectories  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Raw communication and engagement
Sarah Hayes*1, Daniel Brandell2, Felix Ho2
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2Uppsala University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Reading critically: Evaluating questions, evidence and claims in science-based media reports
Billy McClune
Queen's University Belfast, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Integrating approaches to literacy in science learning: Making the sum greater than the parts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Reading science text in low-income contexts: ¿How do Chilean teachers scaffold reading for learning?
Sandra Rojas, Alejandra Menéses*
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Re-analysis of epistemic network with NOS family resemblance approach
Erin Peters-Burton1, Liz Bergeron2, Toni Sondergeld*3
1George Mason University, USA, 2New Tech Network, USA, 3Temple University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Reconceptualising science education research – a book project
Kathrin Otrel-Cass*1, Auli Arvola Orlander2, Martin Krabbe Sillasen3
1Aalborg University, Denmark, 2Stockholm University, Sweden, 3VIA University College, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. Troubling science education: a Nordic view  -  09:00 - 11:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Reconstruction of research articles' arguments by undergraduate physics students
Annelotte Lammers*, Martin Goedhart
Institute for Science Education and Communication, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Reconstruction of undergraduate analytical chemistry laboratory course
Jouni Välisaari*, Rose Matilainen, Jan Lundell, Piia Valto, Anniina Koliseva
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Re-defining quality in primary science education
Joerg Ramseger*1, Karen Murcia2, Peter Hubber3
1Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany, 2Curtin University, Australia, 3Deakin University, Australia
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  16. Primary science teaching in Australia, Germany and Taiwan: The cultural framing of quality practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Reflecting on the role of scientific thinking in the Anthropocene
Thorsten Kosler
Pedagogical University of Tirol, Austria
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Science education in the Anthropocene  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Reflection tools for the whole school approach of ESD in elementary schools
Bea Merckx*, Thomas Remerie, Eef Thoen
Artevelde University College, Belgium
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Reflections on guidance to orientate untrained practitioners towards authentic science for children in the early years
Linda McGuigan*, Terry Russell
University of Liverpool, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Reflections on the challenges and possibilities of journal publication in science education
Catherine Milne*1, Christina Siry2, Michael Mueller3
1New York University, USA, 2University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 3University of Alaska-Anchorage, USA
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. What does it mean to support socio-cultural research in science education? The experience of the journal, Cultural Studies of Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Reflections on the nature of science in undergraduate physics courses in Brazil: Brief portrayal of current configurations
Gabriela Ferreira*1,2, José Custódio2
1Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Reflective reviewing operating on concepts of nature of science
Julia Birkholz*, Doris Elster
Universität Bremen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Regional networks and regional didactic centres to foster science education in Austria
Franz Rauch
Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt, Austria
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Relating beginning science teachers' reform-based beliefs and practices in an induction program
Joshua Ellis*1, Elizabeth Ring2, Julie Brown2, Gillian Roehrig2
1Michigan Technological University, USA, 2University of Minnesota, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Relations and responsibility in pre-service science teachers' talk about nanotechnology education
Jesper Sjöström*, Helen Hasslöf, Mats Lundström
Malmö University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  9. SIG 4 Symposium - Addressing complexity in Science|Environment|Health pedagogy  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Relationship between cognitive ability, conceptual knowledge and conventional problem solving
Clemens Wagner*, Andreas Lichtenberger, Andreas Vaterlaus
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Repositioning the gender gap in UK bioscience: mapping pathways to success
Jaimie Miller-Friedmann
University of Oxford, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Repositioning the gender gap in UK physics: Mapping pathways to success
Jaimie Miller-Friedmann
University of Oxford, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Representational fluency of linear relationships in physics and mathematics
Stijn Ceuppens
KU Leuven, Belgium
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Representations as mediational means in students meaning-making about the human body
Clas Olander*1, Åke Ingerman2, Russell Tytler3, Per-Olof Wickman4
1University of Malmö, Sweden, 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 3Deakin University, Australia, 4University of Stockholm, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. Students’ meaning making in science through representation – constraints and affordances  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Representations of engineering in science versus technology curriculum resources
Ryan Brown*, Allison Antink-Meyer
Illinois State University, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Representations of nature of science on popular science YouTube videos
Veli-Matti Vesterinen*, Jaakko Lamminpää
University of Turku, Finland
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  6. Nature of science for social justice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Representations of the PCK before and after the summit
Brunno Gastaldo*1, Pablo Micael Castro2, Paula Homem-de-Mello1, Sérgio Henrique Leal1
1University of ABC, Brazil, 2University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Reproducing air pump for science education
Osamu Matsuno*1, Tatsuji Yoshikawa2, Kouji Tsukamoto3
1Aichi Art University, Japan, 2Non-Profit Organization luctin laboratory, Japan, 3Chiba Institute of Science, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Workshop Session II:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Research and education cooperation example: educational packages of ERIS project
Agata Goździk
Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Research on teaching and learning in biology, chemistry and physics in ESERA 2013 conference
Jarkko Lampiselkä*1, Päivi Kinnunen2, Lauri Malmi2, Arja Kaasinen1
1University of Helsinki, Finland, 2Aalto University, Finland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Researchers in science textbooks - present or absent? An analysis of "ordinary" textbooks and textbooks adjusted for students in need of special education
Lena Hansson*, Lotta Leden
Kristianstad University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  6. Nature of science for social justice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Researching a longitudinal chemistry enhancement programme
Shirley Simon
University College London, UK
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  2. Students’ academic choices – and how to foster STEM engagement  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Researching gender & ICT in kindergarten
Eduarda Ferreira1, Maria João Silva*2
1CICS.NOVA, Faculdade de Ciências Socias e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, 2Escola Superior de Educação, Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, Portugal
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Responsible Research and Innovation: An opportunity to reframing science (and technological) education?
Mónica Edwards-Schachter1, Ileana M. Greca*2
1Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain, 2Universidad de Burgos, Spain
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Responsive teaching activating students' epistemological resources in small group argumentation
Heesoo Ha*1, Heui-Baik Kim1, Sun-Kyung Lee2
1Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 2Cheongju National University of Education, Republic of Korea
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Rethinking lesson planning – using video vignettes as cases in e-learning scenarios
Sarah Dannemann*, Harald Gropengießer
Institute for Science Education, Biology Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Workshop Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Revealing the complexity of pre-service teachers’ TSPCK: from reasoning to practice
Elizabeth Mavhunga*, Dennis van der Merwe
Wits University, South Africa
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Review of systems thinking and design of an assessment instrument
Rea Lavi*1, Niva Wengrowicz1, Yehudit Dori1,2, Dov Dori1,3
1Technion, Israel, 2Samuel Neaman Institute, Israel, 3Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Revision of a motivation instrument for science education
Ilpo Jäppinen*, Kari Sormunen
University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Role models affecting students' secondary and tertiary educational choices
Karolina Broman
Umeå University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  2. Students’ academic choices – and how to foster STEM engagement  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Role of social and instrumental contexts on teachers’ professional knowledge growth
Michel Grangeat
Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Rural, underrepresented students’ motivation, achievement, and perceptions in afterschool STEM clubs
Margaret Blanchard*, Kristie Gutierrez, Kylie Hoyle, Jason Painter, Scott Ragan
North Carolina State University, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Scaffolding lesson designs and teaching of preservice physics teachers
Shulamit Kapon*1, Avraham Merzel1,2
1Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, 2Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Scaffolding students’ reflective dialogues in the chemistry lab: challenging the cookbook 
Birgitte Lund Nielsen*1,2, Rikke Frøhlich Hougaard1
1Science & Technology Learning Lab, Aarhus University, Denmark, 2VIA University College, Denmark
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science and religion: Implications for science educators
Michael J. Reiss
UCL Institute of Education, UK
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. What does it mean to support socio-cultural research in science education? The experience of the journal, Cultural Studies of Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science and technological innovations as drivers for educational change: Teachers' perspectives of an inquiry-based project into the unknown
Helen Hasslöf*, Jesper Sjöström, Mats Lundström
Malmö University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science capital trajectories: A story of three boys over four years
Emily Dawson*1, Jennifer DeWitt1, Ada Mau1, Louise Archer1, Spela Godec1, Heather Kind2, Effrosyni Nomikou1, Amy Seakins1
1University College London, UK, 2King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Science centre administrators' and explainers' views about science communication
Uygar Kanli*1, Gültekin Çakmakçi2, Eray Sentürk3, Fitnat Köseoglu4
1Gazi Üniversity, Faculty of Gazi Education, Physics Education, Turkey, 2Hacettepe University, Education Faculty, Chemistry Education, Turkey, 3METU., Society and Science Application and Research Center, Turkey, 4Gazi University, Faculty of Gazi Education , Science Education, Turkey
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science choice at school: Gender and the relative importance of factors students consider when selecting subjects
Tracey-Ann Palmer*, Paul F. Burke, Peter Aubusson
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Science curriculum formation in Denmark: Challenges in introducing a new curriculum
Seth Chaiklin
University College UCC, Denmark
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science education research trends in Malaysia: A content analysis
Muhammad Abd Hadi Bunyamin1, Lilia Halim2, Lilia Ellany Mohtar2, Nur Jahan Ahmad*3
1Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia, 2Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia, 3Regional Centre Science and Mathematics Education, Malaysia
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  10. ASTE international region: Trends in science education research: An international perspective  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science education research trends in South Korea: Focusing on socioscientific issues education as an integrated approach
Hyunju Lee
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  10. ASTE international region: Trends in science education research: An international perspective  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science education: a balancing act between research in university, daily instruction in schools, and politics in education ministries
Peter Labudde
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland
Tuesday 22nd August Keynote 2:  Keynote 2  -  14:00 - 15:00
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Science examples that stick: Memorable exemplification in biology instruction
Adam Oliver Brown*1,2, Alandeom Oliveira3
1Faculty of Science (Biology Dept.), University of Ottawa, Canada, 2Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa, Canada, 3School of Education, SUNY, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science identity in classrooms
Mijung Kim
University of Alberta, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Science in early childhood education: The perception of Spanish teachers during initial training
José Cantó*1, Antonio De Pro2, Jordi Solbes1
1Universitat de València, Spain, 2Universidad de Murcia, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science in preschool - teachers' communication
Lina Hellberg*, Susanne Thulin, Andreas Redfors
Kristianstad University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science integrated with aesthetic expressions for better understanding of science subject matter
Ann Mutvei, Ulrika Tobieson*
Södertörn University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Workshop Session III:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science learning for EALs: The role of teacher communicative approaches and language practices
Audrey Msimanga*1, Sibel Erduran2,3
1University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 2Oxford University, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  7. Literacy perspectives on discourse in science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science lesson in elementary school focused on immigration of alien species
Tatsuya Umezu1, Ken Kawai*1, Hiroki Fujii1, Toru Doi2
1Okayama University, Japan, 2University of Toyama, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science literacy in action: Science knowledge and advocacy skills among parents of hearing-impaired children
Ayelet Baram-Tsabari*, Sophie Shauli
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  8. Bridging science education and science communication: research, practice and collaboration  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science or magic? Reactions of 5 years old pupils to a counter-intuitive experiment
Estelle Blanquet*1, Eric Picholle2
1LACES, University of Bordeaux, France, 2INFINI, CNRS,, France
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  15. Learning and teaching science within early years education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science outreach for medical life science
Martina Kapitza*1, Hinrich Schulenburg2, Kerstin Kremer3
1Kiel Science Outreach Campus, Germany, 2Department of Evolutionary Ecology and Genetics, Kiel University, Germany, 3Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) in primary education: How can we represent it?
Helen Tseou
AUTH, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science practical work in secondary (high) schools in England: A victim of its own success?
Per M Kind*, Vanessa Kind
Durham University, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science questions for all
Hani Swirski*, Ayelet Baram-Tsabari
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science related efficacy beliefs, 1st grade science and technology intervention in Finland
Anni Loukomies*1, Kalle Juuti1, Jari Lavonen1, Katariina Salmela-Aro2,1
1University of Helsinki, Finland, 2University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science student teachers’ and physics teachers’ views on professional knowledge
Thomas Frågåt
University of Oslo, Norway
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science students' sense of belonging and university involvement
Nadia Dyrberg
University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science subject inspections in schools that employ the Irish language as the medium of instruction
Colm O Coileáin*, Yvonne Crotty
Dublin City University, Ireland
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science teachers' beliefs questionnaire: Considering the three dimensions of the pedagogical situation
Bénédicte Boissard*, Patrice Potvin
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Science teachers' experiences with education policy reforms - A Singapore perspective
Kim Chwee Daniel Tan*, Aik Ling Tan
National Institute of Education Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  10. Understanding science teachers' experiences of education policy reforms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science teachers' technology beliefs and practices when teaching a co-developed STEM unit
Angelina Constantine1, Paula Rozowa1, Alaina Szostkowski1, Joshua Ellis2, Gillian Roehrig*1
1University of Minnesota, USA, 2Michigan Technological University, USA
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Science teachers’ conceptions of the distinctions and inter-relationships among science, technology, and engineering
Allison Antink-Meyer
Illinois State University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Science teachers’ opinions about the use of informal learning environments to support teaching
Klaara Kask
University of Tartu, Estonia
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science teachers’ views about an activity pedagogically modelling a science centre exhibition
Hilal Yanış*, Fitnat Köseoğlu, Uygar Kanlı
Gazi University, Turkey
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Science teaching and learning in multilingual Lebanese middle school classrooms
Sara Salloum*1, Saouma BouJaoude2
1University of Balamand, Lebanon, 2American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. Teaching and learning to teach science in multilingual and multicultural science classrooms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Science, ontology and the arts in supporting pedagogy
Ralph Levinson
University College-Faculty of Education, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Exploring the connections between science, culture, and education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Sciences teaching through the lenses of students - lower primary school
Eva Pennegård
Department of Educational Sciences, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Scientific college freshmen's views of science and other practices: A gender issue?
Laurence Maurines, Magali Fuchs-Gallezot*, Marie-Joëlle Ramage
DidaScO, UniversityParis-Sud, France
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Exploring the connections between science, culture, and education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Scientific explanation proficiency in Chilean 4th graders
Maximiliano Montenegro*1, Rene Ceron1, Alejandra Meneses1, Marcela Ruiz2
1Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, 2Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Scientific inquiry and classroom practices: An exploratory study in Chilean primary schools
Juan Jimenez
Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Scientific inquiry views in Spanish middle school students and pre service science teachers: A comparison
Soraya Hamed*1, Juan Jimenez2, Norman Lederman2
1University of Seville, Spain, 2Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Scientific literacy - development and verification
Hana Ctrnactova*, Svatava Janouskova, Petr Smejkal
PROGRES project of Charles University, Czech Republic
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Scientific practices –  a kaleidoscopic array of science learning?
Yi-Fen Yeh*1, Sibel Erduran1,2, Ying-Shao Hsu1, Ebru Kaya3
1National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3Bogazici University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Scientists' belief systems framing their thinking and decisions about socioscientific issues: Pedagogical implications for SSI-based science education
Ahmet Kilinc1, Serhat Irez2, Mehmet Demirbag1, Sirin Yilmaz*1, Arzu S. Eryasar1, Cigdem H. Tosunoglu2, Semanur Gungor1, Muhammed M Ozhan1, Sule Caliskan2, Zeynep N. Koylu2
1Uludag University, Turkey, 2Marmara University, Turkey
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Searching for a common ground - a literature review of empirical research on scientific inquiry activities
Silke Rönnebeck*1, Sascha Bernholt2, Mathias Ropohl2
1Kiel University, Germany, 2Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN),, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. The contribution of extended literature reviews within science education research: Exemplars from the journal Studies in Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Second career pre-service chemistry teachers' knowledge: CK, PCK, AK and self-declared
Orit Hescovitz*1, Marina Tal1, Yehudit Judy Dori1,2
1Technion, Israel, 2Samuel Neaman Institute, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Secondary school students' epistemic perceptions of a dinosaur exhibition with the focus on science communication at Berlin Natural History Museum
Alexandra Moormann*1, Kerstin Kremer2
1Museum für Naturkunde – Leibniz-Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science, Germany, 2Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  9. How to better understand what science is all about? – Outreach approaches to involve students in authentic science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Secondary students' attitudes towards science based technology - An exploratory study
Robbert Smit*, Nicolas Robin, Christina De Toffol
University of Teacher Education, Switzerland
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Self-efficacy as an indicator of teacher use of formative assessment methods
Robert Evans*, Jesper Bruun
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Self-regulated learning strategies of teachers in a scientific argumentation professional development experience
Erin Peters-Burton
George Mason University, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Sequencing teaching of chemical bonding
Doras Sibanda
University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Teachers’ knowledge for teaching chemical bonding: Scope and trajectories  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Setting a global standard for STEM education in the next generation
Lisa Shah*1, Herman Ray3, Gregory Rushton1,2
1Department of Chemistry, Stony Brook University, USA, 2Institute for STEM Education, USA, 3Department of Statistics and Analytical Science, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Shared construction of arguments in science classes in elementary school
Lúcia Sasseron*1, Richard Duschl2
1University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2Penn State University, State College, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. New approaches to argumentation analysis: accounting for emotions and cooperation  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Shifting knowledge forms and curriculum in school physics
Victoria Millar
University of Melbourne, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Shifting to student-centered science inquiry: Investigating classroom talk
Carol Rees*1, Raymond Mba1, Wolff-Michael Roth2
1Thompson Rivers University, Canada, 2University of Victoria, Canada
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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"Should we be afraid of Ebola?" Using organizing purposes to plan and analyze learning progressions in science teaching
Malin Lavett Lagerström*, Jesús Piqueras, Ola Palm
Stockholm University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Silent communication: How do korean students participate in science classroom?
Jiyeon Na*1, Jinwoong Song2
1Chuncheon National University of Education, Republic of Korea, 2Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Situated simulation-based program as an effective model to undergraduate medical students
Chia-Hui Hung*1, Tzu-Hua Ho2
1Department of Rehabilitation, Jenteh Junior College of Medicine, Nursing and management, Taiwan, 2Department of Early Childhood Education, Asia University, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Situating relational ontology and transformative activist stance within the ‘everyday' practice of coteaching and cogenerative dialogue
Collette Murphy
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  0. What does it mean to support socio-cultural research in science education? The experience of the journal, Cultural Studies of Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Six digital tools to make learning visible in teacher education science courses
Rena Heap
The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Wednesday 23rd August Workshop Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Skills that pre-service primary teachers’ consider important in argumentation approach
Carolina Martín-Gámez
University of Málaga, Spain
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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SMART: Systems Mapping Analysis Research Tool
Erica Jablonski*1, Eleanor Abrams1, Sameer Honwad1, Yahayra Y. Michel-Smith1, Michael Middleton2
1University of New Hampshire, USA, 2Hunter College, City University of New York, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Smartphones promoting participation in inclusive science learning: personalising pupil's roles in cooperative group
Kati Sormunen*, Jari Lavonen, Kalle Juuri
University of Helsinki, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Snapping stories in science - local cultures and social media as entry points to science and sustainable education
Marianne Ødegaard*, Eugene Boland, Mysa Chu, Thea- Kathrine Delbekk, Heidi Kristensen
University of Oslo, Norway
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Soil is a resource: Three teaching methods to achieve one target
Sabina Maraffi1, Daniela Pennesi1, Alessandro Acqua1, Lucia Stacchiotti*1, Eleonora Paris2
1School of Science and Technology , Geology Division, University of Camerino, Italy, 2Geology Division, University of Camerino, Italy
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Some conceptions about argumentation of in-service science teachers in Córdoba (Argentina)
Leticia Garcia Romano*1,2, María Eugenia Condat1, Maricel Occelli1,2, Marina Masullo1, Nora Valeiras1
1Science and Technology Teaching Department, National University of Córdoba, Argentina, 2National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Argentina
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Species identification elaborated from a dual memory system approach
Karin Stolpe*, Lars Björklund
Linköping University, Sweden
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Spontaneous reasoning with constant speed of light in the context of relativity
Floor Kamphorst*, Marjolein Vollebregt, Elwin Savelsbergh, Wouter van Joolingen
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Sport trumps science: Exploring white working-class students' views of science and science aspirations
Lucy Yeomans
King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Sscience education in Canada
Christine Tippett*1, Todd Milford2
1University of Ottawa, Canada, 2University of Victoria, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Statistical analysis of students' understanding of science and technology in the University of São Paulo
Raquel Roberta Bertoldo, Marcelo Giordan*
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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STEM and social justice: mutually incompatible?
Vicky Wong*1, Justin Dillon2, Heather King1
1King's College London, UK, 2University of Bristol, UK
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  15:00 - 16:30
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STEM teacher professional development: A comprehensive approach
Linda Hobbs*, Barry Plant, John Cripps Clarke
Deakin University, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Step into science: Engaging students, teachers and families in debates
Regina Kelly*1, Sibel Erduran2,3, Grainne Walshe1, Liam Guilfoyle1
1University of Limerick, Ireland, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Stereoscopic 3D versus 2D interaction with a haptic biomolecular visualization
Gunnar Höst, Lena Tibell, Karljohan Lundin Palmerius, Bengt-Harald Jonsson, Konrad Schönborn*
University of Linköping, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. Students’ meaning making in science through representation – constraints and affordances  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Stereotypes in textbooks: Fertile grounds for critical exploration of the nature of science
Hagop A Yacoubian
Haigazian University, Lebanon
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  6. Nature of science for social justice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Stories we live, identities we build: Elementary science teacher identity as a lived experience
Lucy Avraamidou
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Storyline - an approach to situated content knowledge in science educatuion
Jardar Cyvin*, Anne Bonnevie Lund
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Strategies and resources for a fifth-grade science teacher's uncertainty management in argumentation
Xue Qiao*, Ying-Chih Chen
Arizona State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Strengthening the vision: Examining the internalization of a framework for teacher leadership development by experienced science teachers
Brett Criswell*2, Gregory Rushton1, Dawn Nachtigall1, Samuel Staggs2
1Stony Brook University, USA, 2University of Kentucky, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Stretching the comfort zone of physics education?
Per Norström*1, Susanne Engström1, Anna Danielsson2
1KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2King's College, UK
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Student conceputalization of and decisions about a wind energy socio-scientific issue
A. McKinzie Peterson1, Cory Forbes*1, Jan Schubert2, Tobias Kreuziger2
1University of Nebraska, USA, 2University of Erlagen, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Student experience of participation in computer science and IT engineering - a longitudinal study
Anne-Kathrin Peters
Uppsala University, Sweden
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  12. Upcoming research in science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Student participation and perception of social environment in the science classroom
Chun-Hui Jen*1, Yu-Ta Chien1, Sonya Martin2, Hye-Eun Chu3, Chun-Yen Chang1
1National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, 2Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 3Macquarie University, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Student physics teachers’ orientations
Jens Klinghammer*, Thorid Rabe, Olaf Krey
Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Student responses to academic behavior-specific feedback when engaged in unfamiliar math and science content
Kathryn Rupe*, Norman Lederman, Judith Lederman
Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Student teachers, social and economic disparities and a discussion game
Chantal Pouliot*1, Audrey Groleau2
1Université Laval, Canada, 2Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  8. Promoting students’ critical and activist engagement in socio-scientific problems: Inter/trans-national perspectives  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Students' argumentation as they communicate about controversial agricultural issues
Willeke Rietdijk*1, Andri Christodoulou2, Kathryn Garthwaite3, Laurence Simonneaux4
1University of Southampton, UK, 2University of Southampton, UK, 3University of Auckland, New Zealand, 4ENSFEA, EFTS, Université Toulouse, France
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. CASSIS: Examining the tension between 'pest animals' and agriculture  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Students' attitudes towards doing research and design activities
Tessa Vossen*1, Ineke Henze2, Ralph Rippe1, Marc de Vries2, Jan van Driel1,3
1Leiden University, The Netherlands, 2Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 3University of Melbourne, Australia
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' attitudes towards RRI as a result of a lesson developed in the Irresistible project
Sherman Rosenfeld, Shelley Rap*, Esty Zemler, Ron Blonder
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. Responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the science classroom: Students' learning outcomes  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Students' concept of relevance of biodiversity conservation and everyday action
Shiho Miyake*1, Shizuka Kobayashi2, Mizuho Otsuka2, Mayuka Nakamura2
1School of Human Sciences, Kobe College, Japan, 2Department of Biosphere Sciences, School of Human Sciences, Kobe College, Japan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' conceptions about reproduction in plants
Peter Lampert*1,2, Suzanne Kapelari1, Martin Scheuch1
1University of Vienna, Austria, 2Botanical Garden Vienna, Austria
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students' constructs of science in school across the transition from primary to secondary school
Stuart Norris
University of Lincoln, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students' constructs of science in school across the transition from primary to secondary school
Stuart Norris
University of Lincoln, UK
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' critique of epistemic decisions in scientific inquiry
Yann Shiou Ong*, Richard Duschl, Julia Plummer
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' emotional experiences of science inquiry
Alberto Bellocchi
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students exploring online information on socio-scientific controversies by use of digital mapping tools
Anne Solli*, Thomas Hillman, Åsa Mäkitalo
Department of education, communication and learning, Sweden
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' interest in a citizen science program
Niels Bonderup Dohn
Aarhus University, Denmark
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students' interest in engineering careers
Emily Cayton, M. Gail Jones*, Katherine Chesnutt, Megan Ennes, Pamela Huff
North Carolina State University, USA
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students' interests in contexts and activities - a foundation for the design of context-based learning environments
Janet Blankenburg*, Ilka Parchmann
Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  2. Effects of context-based science education on knowledge development and interests  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Students' knowledge and beliefs in quantum physics
Jochen Scheid*, Søren Borchers, Alexander Kauertz
University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students' motivational beliefs in science learning and association with achievement at an international scope
Pey-Yan Liou1,2
1Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction, National Central University, Taiwan, 2Center of Teacher Education, National Central University, Taiwan
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' motives for (not) choosing a science profile in upper secondary
Sascha Bernholt*, Lars Höft
Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  2. Students’ academic choices – and how to foster STEM engagement  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Students' nature of science views: Are they consistent across scientific and socioscientific contexts?
Rola Khishfe
American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Students' perceptions of working life skills in the UK, Finland and Germany
Anssi Salonen*1, Anu Hartikainen-Ahia1, Tuula Keinonen1, Inês Direito2, Lara Weiser3, Annette Scheersoi3, Jonathan Hense3
1University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 2University College London, UK, 3University of Bonn, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' recognition of the educational demands in a socioscientific issue task
Mats Lindahl*1, Anne-Mari Folkesson1, Dana Zeidler2
1Linnaeus University, Sweden, 2University of South Florida, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' reflections on participation in a science and technology school competition
Susanne Walan*, Birgitta Mc Ewen
Karlstads universitet, Sweden
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Students' use of representaions and particle models for dissolution
Shingo Uchinokura
Kagoshima University, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Students´ ideas about global warming: a comparative study between Portuguese and Spanish pre-service teachers
António Almeida*1, Beatriz García Fernández2
1Lisbon Higher School of Education / Interdisciplinary Centre of Educational Studies, Portugal, 2Faculty of Educación of Ciudad Real, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Students’ conceptions of the nature of technology: Development of an instrument
Katrin Vaino*1,2, Toomas Vaino2, Miia Rannikmäe2
1Umeå University, Sweden, 2University of Tartu, Estonia
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students’ experimental design activities: Do they promote scientific thinking?
Maria Kallery*1, Dimitris Psillos2, Vasilis Tselfes3
1Department of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 2Department of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 3Department of Education, University of Athens, Greece
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Students’ idiosyncratic voices and the learning of quantum physics in secondary school: a case study of appropriation
Massimiliano Malgieri*1, Laura Branchetti2, Anna De Ambrosis1, Olivia Levrini3, Giulia Tasquier3
1Department of Physics, University of Pavia, Italy, 2Liceo Statale G. M. Colombini, Italy, 3Department of Physics, University of Bologna - Alma Mater Studiorum, Italy
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Students’ understanding of force diagrams: On horizontal and inclined surface
Judyanto Sirait*1, Hamdani -1, Eugenia Etkina2
1Tanjungpura University, Indonesia, 2Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Students’ understanding of genetics and evolution: A linguistic analysis of thinking strategies
Noa Ageitos*1, Laura Colucci-Gray2, Blanca Puig1
1Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2University of Aberdeen, UK
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Study of self-reported teaching practices when implementing the french Vigie-Nature École program of participatory sciences
Robin Bosdeveix*1, Patricia Crépin-Obert1, Corinne Fortin1, Caroline Leininger-Frézal1, Leslie Regad2, Sébastien Turpin3
1LDAR EA 4434, France, 2MTi UMRS 973, France, 3CESCO UMR 7204, France
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Study on the capacity of analysis and evaluation of preservice science teachers in an argumentation task
Daniel Cebrián-Robles*, Antonio Joaquín Franco-Mariscal, Ángel Blanco-López
Malaga University, Spain
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Studying identity in discourse: From individuals to structure in physics education
Anders Johansson
Uppsala University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Physics education and gender: Identity as an analytic lens for research  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Subject choice in secondary schooling: Comparing physics and foreign languages in England
Sandra Lee Takei
King’s College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Subject knowledge in geometrical optics: Testing and improving student's knowledge
Jeremias Weber*, S. Franziska C. Wenzel, Jan Winkelmann, Mark Ullrich, Holger Horz, Roger Erb
Goethe-Universität, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Supporting biology teachers in developing examination tasks - an action research approach
Ilse Wenzl1, Peter Pany*1, Elisabeth Nowak1,2, Jaqueline Scheibstock1, Theresa Hochholzer1, Aylin Özcelik1, Birgit Roiser1, Alexandra Reichstädter1, Nina Steinhögl1, Christine Heidinger1
1University of Vienna, Austria, 2University College of Teacher Education Vienna/Krems, Austria
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Supporting development of key skills through science
Kerrie Whelan*, Odilla Finlayson, Eilish Mc Loughlin
DCU, Ireland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Supporting reform-oriented secondary science teaching through the use of a framework to analyze construction of scientific explanations
Gail Richmond*1, Joyce M. Parker2, Leonora Kaldaras1
1Department of Teacher Education, 620 Farm Lane, Room 319, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA, 2Department of Geological Sciences, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  0. Supporting the development of teachers’ knowledge and instructional abilities: Research published in the Journal of Science Teacher Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Supporting student learning in scientific inquiry: The potential of teachers’ written feedback
Monika Holmeier*1, Regula Grob1, Jan Alexis Nielsen2, Sofie Tidemand2, Silke Rönnebeck3, Mathias Ropohl4
1University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland, 2University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 3Kiel University, Germany, 4Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  11. Assessment in inquiry-based STEM education: International experiences from research and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Supporting students to develop from everyday to scientific observation in geology
Kari Beate Remmen*1, Merethe Frøyland2
1University of Oslo, Norway, 2Norwegian Centre for Science Education, Norway
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Supporting teachers in designing context-based chemistry education: Evaluation of an activity-based instructional framework
Gjalt Prins*, Astrid Bulte, Albert Pilot
Freudenthal Institute, The Netherlands
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  2. Effects of context-based science education on knowledge development and interests  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Supporting teachers to translate research experiences into practices-based instruction
Kathleen Hill*, Matthew Johnson, Annmarie Ward, Amanda Smith
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Supporting the acquisition of structured academic and school related content knowledge of pre-service chemistry teachers by means of an additional training
Jenny Stäcker*1, Mathias Ropohl1, Mirjam Steffensky1, Gernot Friedrichs2
1Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany, 2Institute of Physical Chemistry at Kiel University, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Surveying students’ secular or non-secular conceptions of science in nine countries
José-Luis Wolfs*, Coralie Delhaye
Centre de recherche en éducation, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  12. Exploring the connections between science, culture, and education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Sustainability and physics education
Vera Montalbano
Department of Physical Sciences, Earth and Environment, University of Siena, Italy
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Swedish grade 6 students knowledge of nutrient uptake and distribution of nutrients
Alma Pettersson
Department of Social and Welfare Studies, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Systematically varied context-based learning tasks and their influence on affective and cognitive learner variables
Sebastian Habig*, Helena van Vorst, Elke Sumfleth
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Systemizing and empathizing: Research on early years science education and brain types - an empirical study
Nina Skorsetz*, Manuela Welzel-Breuer
University of Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Talking for thinking and learning in primary science lessons
Helen Wilson
Oxford Brooks University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  3. Integrating approaches to literacy in science learning: Making the sum greater than the parts  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Talking STEM: Inquiry questioning in early childhood education
Karen Murcia*1, Sharon Davies1, Shyam Drury2
1Curtin University, Australia, 2Scitech, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  15. Early years science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teacher beliefs about argumentation in Japanese in-service teachers
Tomokazu Yamamoto*1, Shinichi Kamiyama2
1Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan, 2Elementary School Attached to Kobe University, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teacher beliefs about climate change and the impacts on student outcomes
Molly Nation*, Allan Feldman, Glenn Smith
University of South Florida, USA
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teacher dilemmas while working with controversial socioscientific issues - comparing different cultural contexts
Christian Rydberg*, Clas Olander, Jesper Sjöström
Malmö University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. The challenge of teachers to teach complex socio-scientific issues in science class  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teacher intervention and effects on a group's triple problem solving space
Alicia Gonzales*, Stephanie Purington, Martina Nieswandt
University of Massachusetts, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teacher learning supports in Japanese science curriculum materials for secondary school
Kazuya Wakabayashi*, Etsuji Yamaguchi
Kobe University, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teacher learning through in-school professional development: Building on local knowledge and practices
Samira Nasser*, Iris Tabak
Department of Education, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teacher orientation as a critical factor in promoting science literacy
Brian Hand*1, Soonhye Park2, Jee Kyung Suh3, Yejun Bae1
1University of Iowa, USA, 2North Carolina State University, USA, 3University of Alabama, USA
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  7. Literacy for scientific practices and inquiry  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teacher perspectives on complex competences - challenges for socioscientific teaching
Sofie Tidemand*, Jan Alexis Nielsen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. The challenge of teachers to teach complex socio-scientific issues in science class  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teacher responsiveness to student ideas in model based learning classrooms
Ron Gray*1, Allyson Rogan-Klyve2
1Northern Arizona University, USA, 2Central Washington University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teacher students' biodiversity knowledge, prior to and during teacher education
John M. Grindeland
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teacher training on implementing modules on cutting-edge research topics with socio-scientific aspects
Emily Michailidi*, Dimitris Stavrou
Department of Primary Education, University of Crete, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teachers and science curriculum materials: Where we are and where we need to go
Elizabeth A. Davis*1, Fred J. J. M. Janssen2, Jan H. Van Driel3
1University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, 2ICLON, Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching, The Netherlands, 3Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. The contribution of extended literature reviews within science education research: Exemplars from the journal Studies in Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teachers' and students' interpretation of "or": A comparison of everyday life context and science context
Pin-Yin Liao, Yen-Hung Shen*, Wen-Gin Yang
Graduate Institute of Science Education, Taiwan
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teachers' beliefs and enactment of argumentation-based pedagogy
Gde Buana Sandila Putra*, Frederick Toralballa Talaue, Azilawati Jamaludin, Lay Hoon Seah
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teachers' lives and careers: Becoming and staying a science teacher
Alex Manning*, Emma Towers
King's College London, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teachers' management of classroom discussions on socioscientific issues
Ulrika Bossér*, Mats Lindahl
Linnaeus University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' mangling of teaching habits: A longitudinal interview study concerning reforms of national testing and grading in science education in Year 6 in Sweden
Eva Lundqvist*, Malena Lidar
Uppsala University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  10. Understanding science teachers' experiences of education policy reforms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teachers' orchestration of bodily experiences and their re-representations for learning force concepts
Mark Hackling*, Barbara Sherriff
Edith Cowan University, Australia
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  16. Primary science teaching in Australia, Germany and Taiwan: The cultural framing of quality practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teachers' participation roles in inquiry-oriented professional development programs
Maria Irakleous*, Marios Papaevripidou, Zacharias Zacharia
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' practical knowledge and beliefs concerning design education in chemistry
Hanna Stammes*1, Ineke Henze1, Erik Barendsen2, Marc de Vries1
1Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' training in developing nanoscience teaching module in the context of a community of learners
Giannis Sgouros*, Dimitris Stavrou
University of Crete, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' training on the nature of science: contributions of the scientific-experimental theater
Énery Melo*1, Manuel Bächtold2
1Federal Rural University of Pernambuco, Brazil, 2University of Montpellier, France
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' views of inquiry teaching, understanding of and attitudes toward PISA
Shu-Fen Lin
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' views of the nature of science and link to classroom practice: A study with secondary science teachers in Malta
Audrey Vella Bondin1, Josette Farrugia*2
1University of Malta, Malta, 2University of Malta, Malta
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' views on diverse learners in science teaching
Kari Sormunen*, Anu Hartikainen-Ahia
University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers' views on the implementation of an early STEM education program
Zerrin Doganca Kucuk1, Gursu Asik1, Sefika Girgin*2
1Bahcesehir University, Turkey, 2Yildiz Technical University, Turkey
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teachers’ attitudes and self-efficacy for using inquiry teaching practices with multilingual students
Hye-Eun Chu*1, Sonya Martin2
1Macquarie University, Australia, 22Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. Teaching and learning to teach science in multilingual and multicultural science classrooms  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teachers’ changing concern profiles: Concerns-based adopter categories regarding RRI teaching
Miikka de Vocht1, Jan Apotheker*1
1University of Helsinki, Finland, 2University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  5. IRRESISTIBLE, a project to raise youth awareness to responsible research and innovation through inquiry based science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teachers’ conceptions of gender equality in Russia
Frederic Charles*1, Pierre Clement2
1Université, France, 2Université, France
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teachers’ design and use of rubrics and modeling activities for formative assessment of lower secondary school students’ modeling competence in science
Sanne Schnell Nielsen1,2
1Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2University College UCC,, Denmark
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teachers’ design of socio-scientific inquiry based teaching and learning sessions
Christina Ottander*, Katarina Ottander
Department of Science and Mathematics Education, Umeå University, Sweden
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers’ motivating style and students’ engagement and motivation in STEM
Haydée De Loof*, Annemie Struyf, Jelle Boeve-de Pauw, Peter Van Petegem
Training and Education Sciences, Belgium
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teachers’ perceptions on the obstacles in the teaching of science through the Gowin V
Edith Herrera*, Mariona Espinet, Mercè Izquierdo
Universidad del Bio Bio, Chile
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teachers’ use of hybrid contexts as a means for negotiating the science content
Pernilla Granklint Enochson*1, Eva Davidsson1
1Halmstad University, Sweden, 2Lund University, Sweden
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching actions on argumentation: Contributions from the analysis of a chemistry teacher practice
Stefannie de Sá Ibraim1, Rosária Justi*2
1Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching affinity and specificity to improve students' molecular understanding of subcellular processes
Marlies Ludikhuize*1, Marc Van Mil1,2
1Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 2Utrecht Medical Center, The Netherlands
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching and learning about nature of matter during primary - secondary school transition
Elizabeth Coppard
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group III  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching biodiversity: How do scientists connect biodiversity to their understanding of nature?
Judith Wiegelmann*, Jörg Zabel
University of Leipzig, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching by inquiry: Brasilian pre-sevice biology teachers conceptions of its benefits and challenges
Natalia Campos*1, Daniela Scarpa2
1Inter-unities Postgraduate Program in Science Teaching - University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2Institute of Biosciences - University of São Paulo, Brazil
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teaching chemistry 2.0
Amitabh Banerji
University of Cologne, Institute of Chemistry Education, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teaching chemistry-related professions in the field of environmental protection
Rabea Wirth*, Verena Pietzner
Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching energy at middle school level through a systems and transfer approach
Jeffrey Nordine*2, Joseph Krajcik1
1CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University, USA, 2Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education (IPN), Germany
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  1. Teaching energy without transformations: Developing and evaluating a novel middle school unit  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teaching journalistic texts in science classes: A crossroad of two disciplines
Avshalom Ginosar*1, Tali Tal2
1The Academic College of Yezreel Valley, Israel, 2Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  8. Bridging science education and science communication: research, practice and collaboration  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teaching laws of nature, scientific theories and models in the context of nature of science
Constantina Stefanidou*1, Constantine Skordoulis1, Dimitris Stavrou2
1National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 2University of Crete, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching nature of science through literacy: An early childhood preservice teacher study
Valarie Akerson*, Banu Avsar Erumit, Naime Elcan
Indiana University, USA
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teaching of stereochemistry in high school: An approach based on Vergnaud's conceptual fields theory
Daniele Raupp*1, José Claudio Del Pino2, Tania Renata Prochnow1
1Universidade Luterana do Brasil, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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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
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching practices in reading of scientific literature at university level. A review of research
Martin Goedhart
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  17. Science teaching at the university level  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching practices promoting enactment of inquiry in early primary schools
Maria I. M. Febri*, Ragnhild Lyngved Staberg
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  13. Teaching practices in pre-service science teacher education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Teaching quantum mechanics in high-school - discipline-culture approach
Efraim Y. Weissman*, Igal Galili, Nadav Katz
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching science for both girls and boys: The case of a school-based professional development program in elementary school science education
Loucas Louca*1, Thea Skoulia1, Chrystalla Lymbouridou2
1European Unviversity-Cyprus, Cyprus, 2Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching science teachers how to argue: From research to action and vice versa
Chrysi Rapanta
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching science to newly arrived students – Implementation of a school project
Mario Schmiedebach*, Claas Wegner
Bielefeld University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teaching science using socioscientific inquiry-based learning: UK pre-service teachers' perspectives
Andri Christodoulou*1, Ruth Amos2, Marcus Grace1, Ralph Levinson2
1University of Southampton, UK, 2University College London, Institute of Education, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching students about chemical elements using daily-life contexts
Antonio-Joaquin Franco-Mariscal*, Enrique España-Ramos, Angel Blanco-López
Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Teaching the nature of science (NOS) through models in citizenship education
Agustín Adúriz Bravo
CONICET/Instituto CeFIEC, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teaching the nature of science through philosophical dialogue
Jelle De Schrijver*1, Lynda Dunlop2
1Odisee University College, Belgium, 2University of York, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Teaching to teach: Indications of formative chemistry teacher training in teaching practice of its undergraduates
Leila Freire1,2, Carmen Fernandez*1,3
1Programa de Pós Graduação Interunidades em Ensino de Ciências da Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo-SP, Brasil, Brazil, 2Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa, Brazil, 3Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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Teaching weight-gravity and gravitation in middle school: Testing a new instructional approach
Igal Galili*, Varda Bar, Yaffa Brosh
Science Teaching Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. Science & Education: Science education informed by history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Technological pedagogical content knowledge studies in science education: A review study
Jale Ercan Dursun*, Mehmet Fatih Tasar
Gazi University, Turkey
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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Tell me a story: Narrative as a teaching tool for natural selection
Renate Prins, Lucy Avraamidou*, Martin Goedhart
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Temporality and science identities. A study of the interaction of science study culture, students' future career selves and study strategies
Henriette Holmegaard
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. State of the art research on science identities  -  09:00 - 11:00
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Tempus Project LeAGUe und science teacher education in Georgia
Marika Kapanadze
Ilia State University, Georgia
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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Testing hypotheses in inquiry-based science education - Does scaffolding foster evidence-based reasoning in primary science teaching?
Hanna Grimm*, Christin Robisch, Kornelia Möller
WWU Münster, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The acid-base interest of high school students
Ozge Cicek*1, Nail Ilhan1
1Kilis 7 Aralik University, Turkey, 2Kilis 7 Aralik University, Turkey
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The application of the microgenetic method to studies of learning in science education: Characteristics of published studies, methodological issues and recommendations for future research
Richard Brock*, Keith S. Taber
Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  0. The contribution of extended literature reviews within science education research: Exemplars from the journal Studies in Science Education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The approach of experimental research in science education. Contributions from the interdisciplinary research
Irene Cambra Badii1,2, María Gabriela Lorenzo*1,2, Juan Jorge Michel Fariña1
1University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2CONICET, Argentina
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The aspects of collective intelligence in small group modeling process
Yoon-hee Ha*, Ji-yeon Kwon, Jong-uk Kim, Je-yeon Gwak, Seok-Hyun Ga, Chan-jong Kim, Seung-urn Choe
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The assessment of simple experiment by pre-service primary teachers
Jan Petr
University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The atlas movies channel on YouTube: Non-experts give form, shape and sound to abstract science concepts
Anna Leci*, Fanny Seroglou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  16. Science in the primary school  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The benefits of structuring teacher behavior in biology lessons with experiments
Alexander Eckes*, Matthias Wilde
University of Bielefeld, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The brief history of index number (exponential growth) in science and mathematics class
Minoru Ito*, Kaya Sakashita, Yuka Katayama, Keisuke Komiya
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The Cell EXPLORERS programme - piloting a STEM public engagement model in Ireland
Muriel Grenon*1, Sarah Carroll1, Claudia Fracchiolla1, Claire Concannon1,2
1National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, 2Otago Museum, New Zealand
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The changing landscape of pre-service education in physics in England
Caro Garrett1, Michael Inglis*2, Alex Manning3
1University of Southampton, UK, 2University of Leeds, UK, 3King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The comparison of Indonesian and Korean pre-service science teacher's ecological value orientation
Minsu Ha1, Arif Rachmatullah1, Junki Lee*2
1Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea, 2Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The concept of risk: Implications for science education
Linda Schenk*1, Margareta Enghag2, Andrzej Wojcik2, Karim Hamza2
1KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2Stockholm University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The design and implementation of an assessment method combining formative and summative use of assessment
Sanne Schnell Nielsen*1, Jens Dolin1, Jesper Bruun1, Sofie Birch Jensen2
1University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2King's College London, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Symposia Session I:  11. Assessment in inquiry-based STEM education: International experiences from research and practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The development of an instrument to investigate primary school students' conceptions of energy
Maja Brückmann*, Pitt Hild, Christoph Gut
Zurich University of Teacher Education (PH Zurich), Switzerland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The development of critical thinking skills through chemistry for year 9 and year 10 students in England
Panagiota Axelithioti*, T. Stolberg, S. Wilkinson
University of Birmingham, UK
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The development of domain-general reasoning skills and their dependency on domain-specific content knowledge
Martin Schwichow
PH-Freiburg, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The development of science teachers' PCK concerning subject specific instructional strategies in a CPD course
Claudia Haagen-Schützenhöfer
University of Graz, Austria
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The effect of argumentation based teaching on pre-service teachers' conceptual understanding, use of argumentation skills, and understanding of nature of science
Emine Sahin
İstanbul University, Hasan Ali Yücel Education Faculty, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group I  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The effect of argument-driven inquiry on pre-service science teachers’ views about scientific inquiry
Duygu Metin
Bozok University, Turkey
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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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
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The effect of prediction-observation-explanation embedded within context-based approach: The states of matter- heat and temperature
Fethiye Karsli
Giresun University, Turkey
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The effect of teaching practices on the interest of senegalese middle school students towards science and technology
Ousmane Sy*1, Patrice Potvin1, Isabelle Vinatier2
1Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, 2Université de Nantes, France
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  3. Science teaching processes  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The effect of teaching strategies on 4th grade children's scientific reasoning skills
Erzsébet Korom*1, Eniko Bús2, Mária B. Németh3
1Institute of Education University of Szeged, MTA-SZTE Science Education Research Group, Hungary, 2University of Szeged, Doctoral School of Education, Hungary, 3MTA-SZTE Research Group on the Development of Competencies, Hungary
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The effect of teaching the nature of science on students' acceptance and understanding of evolution: Myth or reality?
Hernán Cofré1, David Santibáñez2,3, Juan Jiménez*2, Ángel Spotorno4, Francisca Carmona1, Kasandra Navarrete1, Claudia Vergara5
1Instituto de Biología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, 2Mathematics and Science Education Department, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, 3Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Facultad de Educación, Chile, 4Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Medicina Norte, Chile, 5Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The effect on promoting middle school students’ key competencies through applying collective intelligence-based instructional models for teaching socioscientific issues
Yunhee Choi1,2
1soongmoon middle school, Republic of Korea, 2Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The effectiveness of 'Ladders of Learning' in chemistry education
Marie-Therese Hauerstein, Helena van Vorst*
Duisburg-Essen University, Germany
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  3. Science teaching processes  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The effects of a collaborative learning environment on conceptual change and interest in science at the secondary level
Eric Durocher
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The effects of a professional development programme for biology teachers
Margaretha Warkentin*, Silvia Wenning, Angela Sandmann
University, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The effects of a professional learning community of in-service secondary school teachers on the interest in science and technology of their students
Patrice Potvin*1, Abdelkrim Hasni2, Vincent Belletête2, Ousmane Sy1
1Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, 2Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The effects of group discussions on primary teacher students conceptual development
Ann-Sofi Härmälä-Braskén
Faculty of Education and Welfare studies, Finland
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The effects of project based learning on environmental literacy
Sevgi Aslihan Karayol*, Sevil Akaygun
Bogazici University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The effects of replicating historical experiments and models on students' attitudes towards science and their understandings of nature of science
Zeynep Neslihan Koylu*1, Milena Kuyumciyan2, Serhat İrez1, Ozgur Kivilcan Dogan1, Cigdem Han-Tosunoglu1, Mustafa Cakir1
1Marmara University, Turkey, 2Saint Michel French High School, Turkey
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The emancipation of Jacques Rancière in studies of science education
Guilherme Trópia*, Pedro Pinto-Neto
University Paris 8 Saint Denis, France
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The energy transition as a context for secondary science education
Sybille Hüfner
Leuphana University Lueneburg, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2017 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The good science teaching quest(ion): constructions and contestations
Paul Conway
university of Limerick, Ireland
Wednesday 23rd August Keynote 3:  Keynote 3  -  14:00 - 15:00
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The impact of a professional development intervention on teachers’ knowledge of chemical equilibrium
Marissa Rollnick*1, Rene Toerien2, Vanessa Kind3
1Wits University, South Africa, 2University of Cape Town, South Africa, 3Durham University, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The impact of a "testing culture" on elementary science. an examination from jurisdictions in Brazil, Canada, and Australia
Paulo Sergio Garcia*1, Xavier Fazio2, Debra Panizzon3
1Universidade Municipal de São Caetano do Sul, Brazil, 2Brock University, Canada, 3Monash University, Australia
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The impact of a year-long professional development on elementary teachers’ teaching of math and science
Jesse Wilcox*1, Jerrid Kruse1, Benjamin Herman2, Jaclyn Easter1, Hallie Edgerly1
1Drake University, USA, 2University of Missouri, USA
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The impact of modelling pedagogies on 9th Grade students’ conceptual understanding and epistemological beliefs about models
Ioannis Soulios1, Dimitris Psillos*2, Eleni Petridou3
1Department of Primary Education Pedagogic and Scientific Guidance of West Macedonia, Greece, 2Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Faculty of Education, Greece, 3Experimental Junior High School of Thessaloniki, Greece
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  5. Teaching learning sequences as innovations for science teaching and learning  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The impact of professional development on the practice of experienced physical science teachers topic-specific PCK in stoichiometry
Stephen Andrew Malcolm*, Marissa Rollnick, Elizabeth Mavhunga
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group IV  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The impact of scientific modeling instruction on understanding of high school students' NOS
Ji-Yeon Kwon*, Je-Yeon Gwak, Jong-Uk Kim, Yoon-Hee Ha, Seung-Urn Choe, Chan-Jong Kim
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  6. Nature of science: history, philosophy and sociology of science  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The impact of STEM learning materials on students´ awareness of STEM occupations
Tormi Kotkas*, Miia Rannikmäe, Jack Holbrook
University of Tartu, Estonia
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The implementation of scientific literacy as basic skills in Norway
Erik Knain*, Marianne Odegaard
University of Oslo, Norway
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  7. Literacy for scientific practices and inquiry  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The influence of biographies of women in science and technology on the sex role attitude of elementary school students: A comparison of two kinds of teaching materials
Ming-Hsiu Mia Chen
Tatung University, Taiwan
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The influence of different educational environments on gender differences in science self-efficacy
Bat-Shahar Dorfman*, David Fortus
‎Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The influence of different educational environments on students' science self-efficacy
Bat-Shahar Dorfman*, David Fortus
‎Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The influence of engage materials on students’ learning about socio-scientific issues
Ineke Henze*1, Durdane Bayram Jacobs2, Erik Barendsen2,3
1Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Radboud University, The Netherlands, 3Open University, The Netherlands
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The influence of experiential learning on children’s attitudes toward animals
Eliza Rybska*1, Costas Constantinou2
1Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, 2University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  9. Environmental, health and outdoor science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The influence of family income on the performance of students in the national high school exam (ENEM) in Brazil
Bruna Ricci de Brito1, Maria José Fontana Gebara*2
1Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  12. Cultural, social and gender issues in science and technology education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The influence of how technology is used on student reasoning
Jeanne Kriek1, Annaretha Coetzee*2
1University of South Africa, South Africa, 2Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  4. Digital resources for science teaching and learning  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The influence of integrated curriculum blended into senior high school's open-guided inquiry instruction on students' scientific creativity: in the case of "green energy" chemistry course
Fenju Lin*, Erh-Tsung Chin
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The interactions between visual perception, visual attention and graph processing
Pirchia Tamar Waxman*1, Ronit Ram-Tsur2, Michal Zion1
1Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Israel, 2Kibbutzim College of Education, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The introduction and the evaluation of RRI
Ron Blonder*, Shelley Rap, Sherman Rosenfeld
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  5. IRRESISTIBLE, a project to raise youth awareness to responsible research and innovation through inquiry based science education  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The long and winding path to complexity: Fine-grained analysis of conceptual progressions
Francois Lombard
Université de Genève, Switzerland
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The matter of learning: Reconsidering the theoretical basis of conceptual change research
Mark Hardman
UCL Institute of Education, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The methodology of comparative classroom studies
Gisela Romain*1, George Aranda2
1Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 2Deakin University, Australia
Friday 25th August Symposia IV:  16. Primary science teaching in Australia, Germany and Taiwan: The cultural framing of quality practice  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The nature of science and technology in a didactics class of the natural sciences through the pokemon use
Damián Lampert*, Silvia Porro
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina
Wednesday 23rd August Poster Session II:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The nature scientific inquiry in "out of science" 21st century careers
Gillian Kidman*, Niranjan Casinader
Monash University, Australia
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The performance of high school students with different scientific epistemological beliefs on evaluating evidence and making evidence-based argumentation
Shu-Sheng Lin*1, Chia-Chia Lo2
1Graduate Institute of Mathematics and Science Education, National Chiayi University, Taiwan, 2Hsin-Kang Junior High School, Taiwan
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The potentialities of in-between-spaces in elementary science education
Cecilia Caiman*, Maria Andrée
Stockholm University, Sweden
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session IV:  16. Science in the primary school  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The profile of successful candidates in large-scale exams in Brazilian context: Far beyond the socioeconomic level
Matheus Monteiro Nascimento*, Cláudio Cavalcanti, Fernanda Ostermann
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS, Brazil
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The quality of pre-service teachers' feedback
Mathias Ropohl*1, Silke Rönnebeck2
1Leibniz-Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany, 2Kiel University, Germany
Thursday 24th August Symposia Session III:  11. Analyzing and fostering teachers' diagnostic competence in the context of formative assessment  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The rate of conceptual change: A microgenetic multiple case study
Richard Brock
University of Cambridge, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  1. Learning science: conceptual understanding  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The RDS STEM learning programme: Challenging science facilitation
Karen Sheeran*1, Sandra Austin2, Odilla Finlayson3, Maeve Liston4, Tom McCloughlin3, Cliona Murphy3, Greg Smith3
1RDS, Ireland, 2MArino Institute of Education, Ireland, 3CASTeL, DCU, Ireland, 4Mary Immaculate College, Ireland
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  10. Science curriculum and educational policy  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The relations among Taiwanese science teachers’ scientific epistemic views, conceptions of, and approaches to learning science
Kuan-Ming Shen*1, Min-Hsien Lee1, Chin-Chung Tsai2
1National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan, 2Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  3. Science teaching processes  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The relationship between biology teachers' professional knowledge and students' performance
Jörg Großschedl*1, Daniela Mahler2, Ute Harms2
1Institute for Biology Education, University of Cologne, Germany, 2IPN - Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The relationship between biology teachers' understanding of the nature of science and their understanding and acceptance of evolution
Claudia Vergara1, Emilia Cuevas2, Beatriz Becerra2, Paulina Bravo3, David Santibáñez4, Juan Jiménez5, Hernán Cofré*2
1Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile, 2Instituto de Biología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, 3Institute of Education, University College of London, UK, 4Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Facultad de Educación, Chile, 5Mathematics and Science Education Department, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chile
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The relationship between students´ professional and linguistic competences in writing lab protocols in Physics
Christine Boubakri*1, Heiko Krabbe2, Hans Fischer1
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2Ruhr-University-Bochum, Germany
Friday 25th August Paper Session VIII:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The role of assessment in facilitating pupils' transition from primary school to secondary school in England
Alan Howe*1, Christopher Collier1, Daniel Davies2, Sarah Earle1, Kendra McMahon1
1Bath Spa University, UK, 2Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The role of causal knowledge in behavioural responses to climate change: Comparison between two teaching experiments
Francesca Pongiglione1, Giulia Tasquier*2
1Facoltà di Filosofia, Centro Studi di Etica Pubblica, Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Italy, 2Physics and Astronomy Department, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  8. Scientific literacy and socio scientific issues  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The role of confidence in ordered multiple-choice items about the universe’s expansion
Sarah Aretz*1,2, Andreas Borowski2, Sascha Schmeling1
1CERN, Switzerland, 2University of Potsdam, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  11. Evaluation and assessment of student learning and development  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The role of congruity and salience in proportional reasoning: developmental study
Reuven Babai*, Ruth Stavy
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Monday 21st August Paper Session II:  2. Learning science: cognitive, affective, and social aspects  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The role of content knowledge in developing collective PCK of chemical bonding
Rene Toerien*1, Marissa Rollnick2, Annemarie Hattingh1
1University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2Wits University, South Africa
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session V:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The role of emotive resources in pre-service teachers' argumentation about diets
Pablo Brocos*, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  7. New approaches to argumentation analysis: accounting for emotions and cooperation  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The role of external evaluation in the Primary Science Quality Mark programme
Jane Turner*1, Clare Warren1, Stuart Naylor2
1University of Hertfordshire, UK, 2Millgate House Education, UK
Thursday 24th August Paper Session VII:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The role of guidance for inquiry-based learning in forming different communicative approaches
Antti Lehtinen*, Sami Lehesvuori, Jouni Viiri
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group V  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The role of language in building common ground in a science museum
Ana Afonso*1, Susana Afonso2, Francisco Rodrigues3
1University of Minho, Portugal, 2University of Exeter, UK, 3University of Minho, Portugal
Thursday 24th August Poster Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The role of mentoring in developing pre-service teachers' pedagogical content knowledge
Umran Betul Cebesoy
Usak University, Turkey
Wednesday 23rd August Paper Session VI:  13. Pre-service science teacher education  -  16:45 - 18:15
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The role of myth in students' discussion 'pest' - agriculture relations
Michel Vidal*1, Jean Simonneaux2, Ralph Levinson3
1ENSFEA, EFTS, Université Toulouse, France, 2ENSFEA, EFTS, Université Toulouse, France, 3University College of London-Institute of Education, UK
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  8. CASSIS: Examining the tension between 'pest animals' and agriculture  -  09:00 - 11:00
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The role of pedagogical content knowledge and cognitive activation for students' learning
Christian Förtsch*, Sonja Werner, Lena von Kotzebue, Birgit J. Neuhaus
Biology Education, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Germany
Monday 21st August Paper Session I:  14. In-service science teacher education, continued professional development  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The role of representations in students' argumentation on SSI
Erik Knain*, Kari Beate Remmen, Tobias Fredlund
University of Oslo, Norway
Tuesday 22nd August Paper Session III:  7. Discourse and argumentation in science education  -  11:30 - 13:00
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The role of visualizations to construct scientific explanations about chemical reactions: a study with 8th grade students.
Vanessa de Andrade
Institute of Education, Portugal
Tuesday 22nd August Poster Session I:  SS2016 Poster Group II  -  15:00 - 16:30
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The school science lab: Hybrid space and the production of school science 
Gerd Johansen
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Wednesday 23rd August Symposia Session II:  12. Troubling science education: a Nordic view  -  09:00 - 11:00
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