25.07.04 Sunday

 

10.00               (Conference Centre)

Participants registration

 

15.00 18.00

Walking tour round Lublin

 

18.00 19.00

Pre-Symposium lecture             (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Elwira Samonek - Miciuk

Krzysztof  Wojciechowski

BETWEEN EAST AND WEST. THE LUBLIN REGION

 

19.00 –21.00            (Conference Centre Hall)

Welcome reception

 

 

            26.07.04 Monday

9.00 –9.15             (Conference Hall)

Opening ceremony

 

9.15 –10.15

Plenary lecture 1             (Conference Hall)

Chair: Peter Fensham

Svein Sjøberg

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: FRIEND OR FOE?

 

10.15 – 11.00              (Conference Hall)

Folk Dance Concert

 

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee/tea break

 

11.30 – 12.30

Plenary lecture 2            (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Glen Aikenhead

Peter J Fensham

BEYOND KNOWLEDGE: OTHER SCIENTIFIC QUALITIES AS OUTCOMES FOR SCHOOL SCIENCE EDUCATION

 

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch

 

14.30 –15.30

Plenary lecture 3            (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Masakata Ogawa

Glen Aikenhead

THE HUMANISTIC AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF S&T EDUCATION

 

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee/tea break

 

16.00 – 18.00 

Parallel sessions

Session A.             (Lecture room 2)

Chair: Jim Gaskell

 

Lena Löfgren

STUDENTS’ VARIOUS WAYS OF DEVELOPING UNDERSTANDING OF TRANSFORMATIONS OF MATTER IN THREE DIFFERENT CONTEXTS

Martin Bílek and Antonín Slabý

SEVERAL EXAMPLES OF THE PICTURE MATERIAL INFLUENCE TO LEARNING IN PRIMARY CHEMISTRY EDUCATION

 

Christoph Randler and Franz X. Bogner

EMOTIONAL AND COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF LEARNING: THE ECOLOGICAL UNIT “LAKE”

 

Andri Vrioni-Kallides and Nicos Valanides

OBSERVATION, DATA RECORDING, CONCLUSION DRAWING AND PREDICTION FROM PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

 

Session B.        (Lecture room 3)

Chair: Bob Campbell

 

Manfred Lang and Doris Elster

PLANNING SCHOOL-BASED COLLABORATIVE TEACHER EDUCATION IN A DISCOURSE ACROSS SUBJECTS

 

Agapi Vavouraki, Zacharoula Smyrnaiou and Costas Dimopoulos

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND YOUTH: IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND INNOVATION

 

Jane N. Mulemwa

THE CHALLENGES OF PROVIDING QUALITY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN AFRICA

 

Helena Sagar

REACHING OUT OF THE CLASS ROOM AND INTO COLLABORATIONS

 

Session C.             (Lecture room 4)

Chair: Edgar Jenkins

 

Jan Barkmann and Susanne Bögeholz

CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN FACE OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLEXITY

 

Astrid Sinnes

HOW CAN WE ACHIEVE GENDER EQUITY? A STUDY OF DIFFERENT PATHS TO EQUITY IN SCIENCE EDUCATION

 

Suan Yoong and Aminah Ayob

THE RELEVANCE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION IN THE MALAYSIAN CONTEXT

 

Wies³aw Stawiñski

PROBLEMS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION EFFECTIVENESS

 

Session D.             (Lecture room 5)

Chair: Jack Holbrook

 

Nelofer Halai, Ann Childs and Jane McNicholls

ELICITING AND UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE TEACHERS' CONCEPTIONS OF THE NATURE OF SCIENCE: A COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS

 

Anne Laius and Miia Rannikmäe

THE INFLUENCE OF TEAMWORK BY SCIENCE TEACHERS ON CHANGE OF STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCIENCE

 

Sérgio Camargo and Roberto Nardi

PHYSICS TEACHING PRACTICE: THEORETICAL REFERENTIAL MARKS IN THE DISCOURSE OF FUTURE HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS

 

Jaqueline Naidoo

EXPLORING TEACHERS' SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE: A STUDY OF TEACHERS UPGRADING SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

 

19.00 – 23.00

Dinner in the Village Museum

 

        27.07.04 Tuesday

9.00 – 10.00

Plenary lecture 4             (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Nelio Bizzo

Jim Gaskell, Jayshree Mehta and Masakata Ogawa

GLOBALIZATION AND LOCALIZATION: COMPETING TENDENCIES OR INEVITABLE COMPANIONS?

 

10.00 – 10.30

Coffee/tea break

 

10.30 – 12.30

Mini-symposium 1            (Lecture room 1)

Svein Sjøberg, Camilla Schreiner, Kristján Ketill Stefánsson and Edgar Jenkins

THE VOICE OF THE LEARNERS. INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON S&T BASED ON THE ROSE PROJECT

 

Parallel sessions

Session E.             (Lecture room 3)

Chair: Wies³aw Stawiñski

 

María J. Sáez

HOW STUDENTS VALUE BIOTECHNOLOGY: OUTCOMES OF THE EIBE PROJECT  

 

Margareta Enghag, Peter Gustafsson and Gunnar Jonsson

CONTEXT RICH PROBLEMS AND MINIPROJECTS IN PHYSICS FOR UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL

 

Susanne Bögeholz and Alexander Bittner
FOSTERING RESEARCH INTEREST IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES BY YOUTH SCIENCE LABORATORIES

 

Tom Klepaker, Siv Flæsen Almendingen and Johannes Tveita

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN ATTITUDE TO SCIENCE IN NORWEGIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS: THE NORWEGIAN PARADOX

 

Session F.             (Lecture room 4)

Chair: Miia Rannikmae

 

Priit Reiska and Helmut Dahncke

CONCEPT MAPPING DIRECTLY USED ON THE SCREEN – A NEW PROCESS FOR THE USE IN RESEARCH AND SCHOLAR EVERYDAY-LIFE

 

Vìra Èížková and Hana Ètrnactová

USE OF DIDACTIC TESTS IN ASSESSMENT OF PUPILS’ SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE

 

Józefina Tur³o

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

 

Jan Sølberg

EXPLORING THE EFFECT OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ON SCHOOL SCIENCE CULTURE  

 

Session G.            (Lecture room 5)

Chair: Graça Carvalho

 

Bob Campbel, Fred Lubben and Utji Kandjeo-Marenga

CHANGES IN THE USE OF PRACTICAL WORK IN SCIENCE CLASSES IN NAMIBIA

 

Roberto Nardi and Maria José Pereira Monteiro de Almeida

ORGANIZATION OF THE SCIENCE EDUCATION AREA: MEMORIES OF RESEARCHERS IN BRAZIL

 

Moyra Keane and Cliff Malcolm

PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH: A CASE FOR IT AND AN INQUIRY INTO ITS CONSEQUENCES WITH A RURAL SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNITY

 

Olle Eskilsson and Gustav Helldén

COMMUNICATION IN SCIENCE CLASSROOMS

 

Session H.             (Lecture room 2)

Chair: Iwona Maciejowska

 

Mohammed Reza Behrangi and Simmin Hosseinian

COGNITIVE ACTIVITY OF EFFECTIVE LEARNERS FORMATION OF OPTIMAL INSTRUCTIONAL AND NURTURANT EFFECTS OF SCIENCE TEACHING  

 

Veronica S. Flodin

GENE CONCEPTS IN SCIENCE AND SCIENCE EDUCATION

 

Jacinta Dalgety, Karsten E. Zegwaard and Susan McCurdy

GENDER PERSPECTIVES ON INTEGRATING INTO THE SOCIAL FRAMEWORK OF THE SCIENCE INDUSTRY: THE EXPERIENCES OF UNDERGRADUATE CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION STUDENTS ON WORKPLACEMENTS

 

Katalin Martinas and Marek Frankowicz

HOW TO TEACH THERMODYNAMICS?

 

 

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch

 

14.30- 16.30

Mini-symposium 2            (Lecture room 1)

Pierre Clément, Graça Carvalho and Franz X. Bogner

BIOLOGY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR BETTER CITIZENSHIP

 

Parallel sessions

Session I.             (Lecture room 2)

Chair: Marek Frankowicz

 

Gunilla Mattsson and Maria Svensson

IDENTITY OF SCHOOL SUBJECT TECHNOLOGY HOW PUPILS IN SCHOOLS, UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN TEACHER TRAINING, SCHOOL TEACHERS PERCEIVE SCHOOL SUBJECT TECHNOLOGY

 

Ellen Mandinach and Katie McMillan Culp

A RETROSPECTIVE ON TWENTY YEARS OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY POLICY

 

Maria H. Adamides and Katerina Nicolaou

IS TECHNOLOGY “WELCOMED” IN THE COURSE OF MATHEMATICS IN THE 21ST CENTURY?

 

Bjørn Tore Esjeholm, Stig Misund and Dag Atle Lysne

LINK SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHILDREN MAY LOVE BOTH

 

Session J.             (Lecture room 3)

Chair: Susan Rodrigues

 

Stella Hadjiachilleos and Nicos Valanides

COGNITIVE CONFLICT AND ITS EFFECTS ON CONCEPTUAL CHANGE IN SCIENCE: A STUDY WITH ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

 

Fazlullah Khan Bangash and Khurshid Ali

DEVELOPING EXPERIMENTAL MODELING COMPETENCE IN STUDENTS FOR LEARNING SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES USING LOW COST MATERIALS

 

Nelio Bizzo

“EARTH IS VERY OLD”: WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOUNG STUDENTS WHO FACE FOSSILS EVERYDAY?

 

John Oversby

THE PALAVA PROJECT – A METHOD OF ASSESSING MODELLING CAPABILITY

 

Session K.             (Lecture room 4)

Chair: Jane Mulemwa

 

Christina Hart

THE CHALLENGES OF RECONSTRUCTING SCHOOL PHYSICS: REFLECTIONS FROM A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AS CURRICULUM REFORMER

 

Bo Dahlin, Aksel Hugo and Edvin Østergaard

REVERSING THE THEORETICAL BASIS OF SCIENCE TEACHING. A PHENOMENOLOGICAL ALTERNATIVE TO COGNITIVISM

 

Are Turmo

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCIENTIFIC LITERACY AND LEARNING STRATEGIES IN 15- YEAR OLDS

 

Vincentas Lamanauskas

CHEMISTRY TEACHING AT LITHUANIAN BASIC SCHOOLS: CONTEXT OF SCIENTIFIC STUDIES

 

Session L.             (Lecture room 5)

Chair: Francis Mavhunga

 

Terence Lyons

WHY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CHOOSE, OR AVOID, PHYSICAL SCIENCE: THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTURAL AND SOCIAL CAPITAL IN  THE ENROLMENT DECISIONS OF HIGH ACHIEVING STUDENTS

 

Moonika Teppo and Miia Rannikmäe

RELEVANT SCIENCE EDUCATION IN THE EYES OF 9TH GRADE STUDENTS

 

Camilla Schreiner and Svein Sjøberg

DO PUPILS THINK THEY CAN CHANGE THE WORLD? COMPARATIVE DATA ON ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES SEEN IN THE LIGHT OF RECENT PERSPECTIVES FROM YOUTH RESEARCH

 

Aarne Tõldsepp

THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE STUDENTS´ KNOWLEDGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND THEIR ATTITUDES AND ACTIVITIES TOWARD THE ENVIRONMENT

 

 

16.30 – 17.00

Coffee/tea break

 

 

17.00- 19.00 

Mini-symposium 3            (Lecture room 1)

Suan Young, Susan Rodrigues, Miia Rannikmae, Bill Kyle and Ryszard Maciek Janiuk
S&T EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE: THE CHALLENGES SEEN FROM DIFFERENT CULTURES AND PERSPECTIVES

 

Parallel sessions

Session M.             (Lecture room 3)

Chair: Pierre Clement

 

Amâncio Carvalho and Graça Carvalho

PORTUGUESE NURSES’ CONCEPTIONS OF THEIR HEALTH EDUCATION (HE) TRAINING AND THEIR FELT NEEDS OF HE

 

Judith Bennett, Bob Campbell and Fred Lubben

WHAT DO SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS OF RESEARCH STUDIES HAVE TO OFFER RESEARCH IN SCIENCE EDUCATION?

 

Annemarie Møller Andersen, Søren Dragsted, Robert H. Evans and Helene Sørensen

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHING ENVIRONMENTS AND PERSONAL CAPABILITY BELIEFS OF TWO COHORTS OF NEW ELEMENTARY SCIENCE TEACHERS IN DENMARK

 

Jari Lavonen, Kalle Juuti, Reijo Byman, Anna Uitto and Veijo Meisalo

TEACHING METHODS IN NINTH GRADE FINNISH COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL: A SURVEY OF STUDENT EXPECTATIONS  

 

Session N.             (Lecture room 2)

Chair:            Jayshree Mehta

 

Per Lohikoski

WHAT AND WHY? UPPER SECONDARY TEACHERS´CONTENT SELECTION IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

 

Aravella Zachariou, Loizos Symeou and Nicos Valanides

PRIMARY AND PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ CONCEPTIONS ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN CYPRUS

 

Angela James and Linda van Laren

WHAT ARE TEACHERS’ ASSESSMENT IDEAS AND ACTION AND WHAT DO LEARNERS EXPERIENCE?

 

Nadaraj Govender

RESOLVING  SCIENCE TEACHERS’ CONCEPTUAL DILEMMAS THROUGH IN-SERVICE TRAINING

 

Session O.             (Lecture room 4)

Chair: Nicos Valanides

 

Miles Barker

INDIGENOUS CULTURES AND THE CULTURE OF SCIENCE: THE DILEMMA OF BEING AND KNOWING

 

Wildson L. P. dos Santos, Gerson S. Mól, Roberto R. Silva, Eliane N. F. de Castro, Gentil de S. Silva, Roseli T. Matsunaga, Sálvia B. Farias, Sandra M. de O. Santos and Siland M. F. Dibl

CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY: AN APPROACH TO INTRODUCING SOCIOSCIENTIFIC ISSUES IN A TRADITIONAL SCIENCE CURRICULUM

 

Cephas David Yandila, Seloi-Sekgethelo Komane and Mokaruvapa Kazoozu

IMPROVEMENT OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL PHYSICS SYLLABUSES IN BOTSWANA

 

Seloi-Sekgethelo Komane, Cephas David Yandila and Mary Dao

IMPROVEMENT OF THE NEW CHEMISTRY SYLLABUSES FOR BOTSWANA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

 

Session P.            (Lecture room 5)

Chair: Svein Sjoberg

 

Ricardo Trumper

ISRAELI STUDENTS’ INTEREST IN PHYSICS AND ITS RELATION TO THEIR ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AND TO THEIR OWN SCIENCE CLASSES (THE ROSE PROJECT)

 

Masakata Ogawa and Shoko Shimode

HOW DID JAPANESE STUDENTS RESPOND TO THE QUESTIONNAIRES OF “THE RELEVANCE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION”?

 

Ángel Vázquez Alonso and Mª Antonia Manassero Mas

YOUNG PUPILS’ VIEWS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES FROM SPANISH ROSE DATA

 

Anders Jidesjö and Magnus Oscarsson

STUDENTS´ ATTITUDES TO SCIENCE – SOME RESULTS FROM THE ROSE-PROJECT IN SWEDEN

 

 

28.07.04 Wednesday

 

8.00 – 15.30

Excursions

 

 

15.30 – 18.00

Mini-symposium 4            (Lecture room 1)

Ronaldo Luiz Nagem, Ana Maria Senac Figueroa, Cinthia Maria Gomes e Silva, Eliene Freire de Oliveira and Rita de Cássia Paiva Analogies

ANALOGIES AND METAPHORS IN TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATION AND SCIENCE

 

Poster session

1. Nelio Bizzo, Luiz Caldeira Brant Tolenino-Neto and Paulo Takeo Sano

WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF CORRECT SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS ON STUDENTS' PERFORMANCE?

 

2. Andrzej Burewicz and Piotr Jagodziñski

THE INFLUENCE OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHEMICAL  EXPERIMENTS ON THE EFFICIENCY OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION

 

3. Bulent Cavas and Teoman Kesercioglu

TURKISH STUDENTS’ OPINIONS ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS

 

4. Emine Erdem, Esin Atav, Ayhan Yılmaz and Berna Gücüm

THE COMPARISON OF THE DIFFERENT EXAM TYPES TO EVALUATE THE CONCEPT MAP DEVELOPING SKILLS

 

5. Thamara J. Fagúndez and Marina Castells

ANALYSIS OF THE SPEECH IN A CLASS OF TRANSFERING KINEMATICS AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL

 

6. Anna Florek

THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN THE CHEMICAL EDUCATION IN POST-GYMNASIUM SCHOOLS IN POLAND - POSSIBILITIES AND PRACTICE

 

7. Hanna Guliñska and Ma³gorzata Zieliñska

RESULTS OF RESEARCH ON EFFECTIVENSS OF The MULTIMEDIA LEXICON OF CHEMISTRY EXPERIMENTS IN TEACHING SCIENCE

 

8. Nelofer Halai

UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE TEACHING AND CONCEPTIONS OF THE NATURE OF SCIENCE IN PAKISTAN THROUGH A LIFE HISTORY STUDY

 

9. Halina H³uszyk

PORTFOLIO OR A ROUTINE EXAMINATION IN THE DIDACTICS OF BIOLOGY ?

 

10. Ryszard M. Janiuk and Elwira Samonek-Miciuk

IMPROVING SCIENCE TEACHERS’ SKILLS IN ORDER TO PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT OF PUPILS’ COGNITIVE ACTIVITY

 

11. Irena Jarzyñska

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION OF STUDENTS OF PEDAGOGY – FUTURE EARLY EDUCATION TEACHERS

 

12. Marcelo Jordão and Nelio Bizzo

ASSESSMENT OF A CONTINUOUS TEACHER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, IN SITU, IMPLEMENTED IN BRAZILIAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

 

13. Agnieszka Kamiñska-Ostêp and Hanna Guliñska

DIFFICULTIES OF DYSLEXIC PUPILS IN LEARNING CHEMICAL PROBLEMS CONCERNING „SALTS”

 

14. Iwona Maciejowska, Carmen Gonzales, Piotr Gorczyca, Aleksander Kazubski, Elisa Maia, Piotr Stepnowski, Antje Soel, Doris Soevegjarto, Grzegorz Stopa and Nicos Valanides

CHEMISTRY IS BEAUTIFUL, MAKE IT SAFE

 

15. Zbigniew Meger

Model of individual multimedia physics learning

 

16. Naykiavick Rangel and Marina Castells

THE EXPLANATION ON ELECTROMAGNETISM. A MULTIMODAL ANALYSIS OF THE PROFESSOR’S ACTION. IMPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING TEACHERS AT UNIVERSITARY LEVEL

 

17. Krystyna Skrok

PROBLEM TASKS IN CONSTRUCTIVIST FORMATION OF PUPILS’ SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE

 

18. Krystyna Skrok

STRUCTURE OF CONTENTS AND STRATEGY OF PROBLEM TASK SOLVING INTEGRATING PUPILS’ SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE

 

19. Malcolm Smith and Kath Norris

THE SYSTEM PROJECT: PAN EUROPEAN POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND QUALIFICATION FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AT PRIMARY LEVEL

 

20. Anna Sternicka

THE EVALUATION OF SELECTED BIOLOGY CURRICULA FROM THE GRAMMAR SCHOOLS IN THE ASPECT OF THE LATEST LIFE SCIENCES ACHIVEMENTS WITH SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO BIOTECHNOLOGY

 

21. Irina Tevel and Sergey Bogdanov

SOME RESULTS FROM ROSE STUDY IN KARELIA (RUSSIA)

 

22. Bogdan ¯ó³towski

WEB BASED LEARNING MATERIALS FOR PHYSICS LABORATORY. EU SOCRATES PROJECT “LEPLA”

 

20.00 (Philharmonic)

Concert

 

29.07.04 Thursday

9.00 – 10.00

Plenary lecture 5            (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Jayshree Mehta

Francis Mavhunga, Jane Mulemwa and Eunice Dlamini

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT, EMPOWERMENT AND UNDERSTANDING: PERSPECTIVE FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

 

10.00 – 10.30

Coffee/tea break

 

 

10.30 – 12.30

Mini-symposium 5            (Lecture room 1)

Jack Holbrook, Miia Rannikmäe, Nicos Valanides and Karen Carroll

ICASE SYMPOSIUM- OWNERSHIP IN SCIENCE EDUCATION

 

Parallel sessions

Session R.             (Lecture room 2)

Chair: Nelio Bizzo

 

Esin Atav, Emine Erdem, Berna Gücüm and Ayhan Yılmaz

THE EFFECT OF DEVELOPING ANALOGIES FOR MEANINGFUL LEARNING OF THE SUBJECT OF ENZYMES

 

Eliene Freire de Oliveira, Ronaldo Luiz Nagem and Ewaldo Mello de Carvalho

ANALOGIES AND METAPHORS IN DIDACTIC BOOKS OF MATHEMATICS

 

Ana Maria Senac Figueroa, Ronaldo Luiz Nagem and Ewaldo Melo de Carvalho

TEACHING METHODOLOGY BY ANALOGIES: A STUDY ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE ANIMALS

 

Session S.             (Lecture room 3)

Chair: Ryszard M. Janiuk

 

Hana Ètrnáctová and Vìra Èížková

EXPERIMENTAL TEACHING IN PRE-GRADUATE PREPARATION OF SCIENCE SUBJECT TEACHERS

 

Angela James

POST-GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHERS’ REFLECTIONS OF AN INNOVATIVE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN SOUTH AFRICA

 

Paul Elliott

REVIEWING NEWSPAPER ARTICLES AS A TECHNIQUE FOR ENHANCING THE SCIENTIFIC LITERACY OF TRAINEEE TEACHERS

 

Josef Trna and Eva Trnova

COGNITIVE MOTIVATION IN SCIENCE TEACHER TRAINING

 

Session T            (Lecture room 4)

Chair: Franz X. Bogner

 

Fred Lubben, Bob Campbell, Andy Buffler and Saalih Allie

THE INFLUENCE OF CONTEXT ON JUDGEMENTS OF THE QUALITY OF EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS

 

Helmut Dahncke and Priit Reiska

DOES SCIENCE LEARNING SUPPORT STUDENTS IN TAKING ACTION? STUDIES ON COMPUTER SIMULATION AND PHYSICS EXPERIMENTS

 

Ayhan Yılmaz, Berna Gücüm, Emine Erdem and Esin Atav

THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG THE LOGICAL THINKING ABILITY, ATTITUDE TOWARDS SCIENCE AND LEVEL OF UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF MATTER OF THE FRESHMEN STUDENTS

 

Andrie Gavrielide and Nicos Valanides

YOUNG CHILDREN CONCEPTIONS ABOUT EVAPORATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING

 

Session U.             (Lecture room 5)

Chair: Andrzej Burewicz

 

Francisco A. C. Mendes and Cristiano R. Mattos

INTERNET CHAT AS AN INSTRUMENT TO PRODUCE MORE CAPABLE LEARNERS

 

Merete Økland and Kai Håkon Sunde

HOW CAN WE GET TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN INTO THE CLASSROOM? EXPERIENCE FROM ESTABLISHING THE SUBJECT TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN ON THE WEST COAST OF NORWAY

 

Lars Björklund

ADDRESSING MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN SCIENCE EDUCATION, A SYSTEMS APPROACH

 

Susan Rodrigues

A REVIEW OF STUDENT USE OF ICT IN SCIENCE: COMPARING THE LITERATURE RHETORIC WITH LEARNING REALITY

 

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch

 

14.30- 15.30

Plenary lecture 6            (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Nicos Valanides

Marek Frankowicz

SCIENCE TEACHING AND THE COMPLEXITY THEORIES: MYTHS AND MODELS

 

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee/tea break

 

16.00-18.00 

Parallel sessions

Session W.             (Lecture room 3)

Chair: Vincentas Lamanauskas

 

Glen Aikenhead

THE USE OF SCIENCE CURRICULUM CONTENT IN SCIENCE-RICH WORKPLACES

 

William C. Kyle, Jr.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION  

 

Henrik Busch, Rie Troelsen and Sebastian Horst

SCIENCE EDUCATION OF THE FUTURE - VISIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION IN DENMARK  

 

Mª Antonia Manassero-Mas, Ángel Vázquez-Alonso and José-Antonio Acevedo-Díaz

EVIDENCES FOR CONSENSUS ON THE NATURE OF SCIENCE ISSUES  

 

Session X.             (Lecture room 4)

Chair: Suan Young

 

Sonja M. Mork and Doris Jorde

A NEW WAY OF TEACHING ABOUT AN OLD PHENOMENON. USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO PROMOTE THE UNDERSTANDING OF RADIO ACTIVITY

 

Edward L. Shaw, Ann K. Nauman and Paige V. Baggett

SCIENCE EDUCATORS AND INFORMATION LITERACY

 

Thiéberson Gomes and Laércio Ferracioli

THE USE OF QUALITATIVE COMPUTER MODELLING IN SCIENCE EDUCATION: AN EXPRESSIVE STUDY WITH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

 

Barbara Goc³owska

HOW TO FIND NEW TOOLS IN SCIENCE TEACHING?

 

Session Y.             (Lecture room 5)

Chair: Aarne Toldsepp

 

Martin Braund, Michael Reiss, Sue Dale Tunnicliffe and Theano Moussouri

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM: THE IMPORTANCE OF OUTSIDE-OF-SCHOOL CONTEXTS FOR LEARNING SCIENCE

 

Christel Persson

ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING FOR SUSTAINABLE EVOLUTION IN SCHOOL AND TEACHING. A WAY TO GET INTERESTED IN SCIENCE.

 

Pernilla Nilsson, Ann-Marie Pendrill and H.Pettersson

LEARNING PHYSICS WITH THE BODY

 

Franz X. Bogner

INTERVENING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE’S ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES

 

Session Z.             (Lecture room 2)

Chair: Kurt Riquarts

 

Erik Knain

PURPOSES IN STUDENTS’ USE OF THE EXPERIMENTAL REPORT GENRE

 

Lidia Borghi, Anna De Ambrosis and Paolo Mascheretti

PREPARING SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ON INTERNAL ENERGY AN APPROACH BASED ON NEW TECHNOLOGY

 

Luiz Marcelo de Carvalho

TRAINEE TEACHERS AND THEIR SCIENCE TEACHING RELATED TO NATURE OF SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL THEMES

 

Dalva M. B. Bonotto

INVESTIGATING AN IN-SERVICE PROGRAM FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ABOUT THE STS RELATIONS AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS

 

 

19.00 – 23.30             (Wierzchowiska Palace)

Symposium closing dinner

 

30.07.04 Friday

9.00 –10.00

Plenary lecture 7            (Lecture room 1)

Chair: Svein Sjoberg          

Jose Mariano Gago

PROMOTING THE CULTURE OF SCIENCE – THE POLITICAL CHALLENGE

 

10.00 – 10.30

Coffee/tea break

 

10.30 – 12.00             (Lecture room 1)

IOSTE General Assembly

 

12.00 – 12.30              (Lecture room 1)

Closing session

 

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch

 

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