A

  • A. Al-amoush Siham

Strand 12: Jordanian chemistry student teachers’ and experienced teachers’ beliefs about teaching and learning

  • Abril A.m. 

Strand 2 : Science teacher training through an ibl experience

  • Aires Susana

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, Portugal)

  • Airey J.

Strand 3 : Watching the sky -new realizations, new meanings, and surprizing aspects in university level astronomy

  • Akarsu Füsun

Strand 7 : Turkish secondary school students’ views on socio-scientific issues: resolution requires action

  • Akkus Huseyin

Strand 12 : Pre-service chemistry teachers' understanding of electrolytic cells

  • Aksela Maija

Strand 2 : Evaluation of educational design methodology utilizing concept mapping

Strand 3 : Graphs in upper secondary school chemistry education

Strand 3 : Using kitchen stories as starting point for chemical instruction in high school

Strand 8 : Expert teachers’ teaching models of life- cycle thinking in chemistry instruction – a design research

  • Albe Virginie

Strand 7 : New approach in french middle school: a possible congruence between ssi and citizenship education

Strand 13 : Nanoscience and nanotechnologies education : teachers' knowledge

Strand 13 : What strands of research in secondary “nano-education” ?

  • Almeida António

Strand 7 : Mass extinctions and loss of biodiversity: prior knowledge in science and literature high school students

Strand 8 : Biocentric reasoning in children: implications in science and environmental education

  • Alves Barros Marcelo

Strand 12 : Mapping beliefs of preservice physics teachers in the context of a curriculum innovation

Strand 12 : Analysis of a teaching experience in the context of a curriculum innovation

  • Amaral Lyers Laury

Strand 8 : Environmental education and climate change: possibilities of learning through a game

  • André Dal-farra Rossano

Strand 8 : The contributions of systemic thought to environmental and health education

  • Andrèe Maria

Strand 11 : Play with science in inquiry based science education

  • Arango Claudia

Strand 5 : Iberian-american students’ and teachers’ perceptions about gender effects in science

  • Araújo Elaine

Strand 11 : The influence of religion on portuguese and brazilian teachers’ conceptions about the origin of life

  • Ariza M.r.

Strand 2 : Science teacher training through an ibl experience

  • Arnold Jenny

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

  • Arroio Agnaldo

Strand 12 : The usage of visualization in chemistry teaching and pre-service education: some findings

  • Asher Itay

Strand 4 : Two graphs don’t make a whole: the synthesis of disparate graphs in inquiry-based science learning

  • Assaad Yammine 

Strand 8 : Sex education in lebanon and france

  • Athanasiou Kyriacos

Strand 1 : Acceptance and understanding of evolution theory: a comparative study of greek and serbian teachers

Strand 3 : Greek teachers' attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and context, concerning evolution teaching

  • Atkinson Robert

Strand 1 : A typology of students’ kinetic views of chemical equilibrium systems

  • Avalos Karina

Strand 14 : Characterization of the beliefs of preschool teachers about sciences

  • Ayas Alipasa

Strand 10 : An investigation of the relationship between pre-service teachers’ reflectivity and academic performance

  • Aydeniz Mehmet

Strand 12: Assessing pre-service science teachers’ topic specific pedagogical content knowledge (pck): pre-service science teachers’ pck of electrochemistry

  • Azzouna Atf

Strand 3 : Genetic engineering education and citizenship in tunisia

B

  • B. García-horta José

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ attitudes and percepctions related to practical work: a self report questionnaire

  • B. Mozzer Nilmara

Strand 5 : Students’ analogical reasoning when participating in modelling-based teaching activities

  • Badreddine Zeynab

Strand 6 : Building context and continuity in classroom discourse; a case study at the high school level

  • Balderas-robledo Rocío

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ attitudes and percepctions related to practical work: a self report questionnaire

  • Balzano Emilio

Strand 13 : Science teachers, policies and education research. analysis of surveys conducted in six countries

  • Barrue Catherine

Strand 7 : New approach in french middle school: a possible congruence between ssi and citizenship education

  • Batista Da Siqueira Harres João

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Bayir Eylem

Strand 5 : Developing children’s views of the nature of science through role play

  • Beatriz Falicoff Claudia

Strand 10 : Students’ science competences at the school of biochemistry and biological sciences - unl- Argentina

  • Beaufils Daniel

Strand 5 : The nature of science in physics courses: place and role of the history of science

  • Beccarisi Leonardo

Strand 4 : A relational model of the lexicon to describe and analyse ecological contents in primary school textbooks

  • Bektas Oktay

Strand 12 : Views on teaching of particulate nature of matter at macroscopic, symbolic and microscopic levels

  • Bennàssar-roig Antoni

Strand 5 : Students’ understanding of the nature of science: a large scale trans-national comparison

Strand 5 : Teachers’ conceptions on nature of science : strengths, weaknesses and influence of teaching practice

  • Ben-zvi Assaraf Orit

Strand 8 : Influence of a non-formal environmental education program (green council program) on pupils' environmental literacy

  • Bertram Adam

Strand 13 : Practising science teachers’ views on cores and its impact on their professional knowledge of practice

  • BeŞoluk Şenol

Strand 8 : Feeding habits of primary school students in a rural area

Strand 12 : A survey of preservice science teachers’ conceptions of research methods course

  • Besson Ugo

Strand 3 : Learning about greenhouse effect: framing thermal phenomena and optics in a challenging context

  • Bi̇rel F.kıyas

Strand 8 : An investigation of environmental risk perceptions of primary and science pre-service teachers

  • Bizzo Nelio

Strand 4 : Science teachers’ initial motivation for distance education

  • Blanquet Estelle

Strand 1 : Challenging pre-galilean misconceptions through alternative visualizations

Strand 14 : Inquiry-based analysis of early years children books : developing skills for later science education

  • Bogdanov Sergey

Strand 2 : The secrets of outdoor games and the laws of kinematics

  • Böhm Ulrike

Strand 6 : Making meaning of graphical representations in beginners' physics lessons

  • Bolacha Edite

Strand 5 : The concept of analogue modelling in geology : an approach to mountain building

  • Bölsterli Katrin

Strand 3 : Which standards should textbooks meet to support competence oriented teaching ?

  • Bolte Claus

Strand 5 : Evaluating student gains in the profiles project

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

Strand 10 : A longitudinal study on interests in science

Strand 13 : Diagnostic competencies of pre-service teachers analysed by means of the simulated science classroom

  • Borg Carola

Strand 8 : Teachers’ understanding of sustainable development - discipline bound differences

  • Borges Luísa

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, portugal)

  • Borowski Andreas

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • Boz Yezdan

Strand 12 : Pre-service chemistry teachers' understanding of electrolytic cells

  • Braga Marco

Strand 5 : Creating a more sophisticated student vision of the nature of science : a survey report

  • Braga Mozzer Nilmara

Strand 5 : Key teacher’s roles in supporting the co- construction of students’ knowledge in modelling-based teaching contexts

  • Branca Tracana Rosa

Strand 8 : Urban and rural primary school pupil's conceptions about the respiratory system and smoking

Strand 11 : The influence of religion on portuguese and brazilian teachers’ conceptions about the origin of life

  • Brasil Fonseca Alexandre

Strand 8 : Food and nutrition in brazilian schools : health and science education interactions

  • Brígido María

Strand 12 : Self-efficacy and emotions in prospective primary education science teachers

  • Bruguière Catherine

Strand 14 : Fictional storybook as a scientific and epistemological question-building tool for primary school

Strand 14 : From fiction storybook to scientific modeling: an example in physics teaching at primary school

  • Burmeister Mareike

Strand 7 : Mimicking authentic societal practices for learning about the use of science-related information

Strand 8 : Teaching about plastics and education for sustainable development in chemistry education

  • Bursjöö Ingela

Strand 8 : How student teachers form their educational practice in relation to sustainable development

  • Buty Christian

Strand 4 : Coherence of an ict-using teaching sequence : a case study in optics at lower secondary school

C

  • C Clarkson Philip

Strand 2 : Mathematical and scientific wellbeing (m/swb): broadening the original construct

  • Çağlayan Mercan Fatih

Strand 7 : Turkish secondary school students’ views on socio-scientific issues: resolution requires action

  • Çakıroğlu Jale

Strand 12 : Pre-service science and primary school teachers’ perceptions of science laboratory environment

  • Callinan Carol

Strand 1 : Constructing scientific knowledge in the classroom: a multimodal perspective on conceptual change

Strand 10 : Towards the development of a multimodal, task-based approach for investigating children’s ideas

  • Cañada Florentina

Strand 12 : Conceptions of prospective teachers on nature field trips in relation to own experiences as pupils

  • Cañada Florentina

Strand 13 : The pedagogical content knowledge of secondary school physics teachers on electric fields

  • Capa Aydin Yesim

Strand 2 : How are high school students’ epistemological beliefs related to their goal orientations ?

Strand 2 : Predictors of chemistry self-efficacy among college students

  • Cappell Janine

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

  • Caravita Silvia

Strand 8 : Development of competences and conditions for good practices in esd. a qualitative international survey

Strand 8 : Diversity of teachers’ conceptions related to environment and human rights. a survey in 24 countries

  • Cardoso Néstor

Strand 5 : Assesment of the impact of sciences studies in understanding the nature of science in six countries

  • Carli Elisabeth

Strand 2 : Do science research apprenticeships enhance pupils’ interest in science ?

  • Carlos Ricardo Elio

Strand 5 : Formal analogies in physics teacher education

  • Carlson Janet

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • Carolan Jim

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

  • Carolina Cattani Delord Gabriela

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Castells Marina

Strand 6 : Multimodal discourse in college physics classroom. case: electric flux concept

  • Cecilia Gramajo María

Strand 13 : Preliminary study of teachers´ views on science education in primary school of salta (argentina)

  • Cengiz Canan

Strand 10 : An investigation of the relationship between pre-service teachers’ reflectivity and academic performance

  • César Castilho Razera Julio

Strand 7 : Moral development in school science teaching: exploring an interface of contributions

  • Cesar Marques Filho Edson

Strand 12 : Mapping beliefs of preservice physics teachers in the context of a curriculum innovation

Strand 12 : Analysis of a teaching experience in the context of a curriculum innovation

  • Çetin-dindar Ayla

Strand 2 : Brain type, sex differences, and motivation to learn science: a cross-cultural study

  • Çetinkaya Gamze

Strand 12 : Pre-service science and primary school teachers’ perceptions of science laboratory environment

  • Chaachoua Hamid

Strand 1 : An anthropological approach to analyse a chemical knowledge during experimental design

  • Chalatzoglidis Georgios

Strand 4 : Students’ acceptance of a learning management system for teaching sciences in secondary education

  • Chalkidis Anthimos

Strand 12 : Pre-service teachers’ conceptual profile change when discussing an environmental phenomenon

  • Cheikh Chaza

Strand 3 : Study of the approach of electrical concepts in teaching physics at college (proposals for the syrian educational system compared with the french system)

  • Childs Peter

Strand 9 : Science in the irish transition year: the pupil experience

Strand 10 : Second level irish pupils’ and teachers’ view of difficulties in organic chemistry

  • Christodoulou Andri

Strand 6 : Epistemic features of science teachers’ talk: comparing the discursive practices of two science teachers

  • Cid Del Prado Alejandro

Strand 5 : Undergraduates’ beliefs on the nature of science: a comparison between science and humanities

  • Clarke David

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

  • Claudio Reis José

Strand 5 : Creating a more sophisticated student vision of the nature of science : a survey report

  • Clément Pierre

Strand 8 : Primary schools teachers’ conceptions of environment. a comparison between australia and france

  • Clément Pierre

Strand 8 : Development of competences and conditions for good practices in esd. a qualitative international survey

Strand 8 : Diversity of teachers’ conceptions related to environment and human rights. a survey in 24 countries

  • Conde Carmen

Strand 12 : Conceptions of prospective teachers on nature field trips in relation to own experiences as pupils

  • Cooper Rebecca

Strand 7 : Bringing meaning to scientific literacy by making teachers values explicit

Strand 12 : Using slowmation to make science pre-service teachers' beliefs explicit

  • Coquide Maryline

Strand 13 : Integrated teaching of science and technology in france : an example of a cooperative teaching

  • Coquidé Maryline

Strand 4 : Transposition of a scientific tool into the educational world : the case of molecular visualization

  • Cords Nina

Strand 2 : The challenge of implementing ibl cross-culturally and cross-curricularly

  • Corni Federico

Strand 2 : Force dynamic gestalt of natural phe- nomena: teaching the concept of energy

Strand 13 : Semiotic mediation and didactical cycle as methodological reference for primary schol teachers

Strand 14 : A didactic path for age 5-8 on the concept of extensive quantity using a story as cognitive tool

  • Corrigan Deborah

Strand 7 : Bringing meaning to scientific literacy by making teachers values explicit

  • Costillo Emilio

Strand 12 : Conceptions of prospective teachers on nature field trips in relation to own experiences as pupils

Strand 13 : The pedagogical content knowledge of secondary school physics teachers on electric fields

  • Couso Digna

Strand 9 : Teachers’ view on a new science subject : science for the contemporary world

Strand 13 : Teachers’ views about practical work in upper primary and lower secondary school : analysis from a model based inquiry perspective

  • Crépin-obert Patricia

Strand 6 : Science learnings and debates on past biodiversity in primary school and in history of science

  • Cristina Ribeiro Silva Elizabete

Strand 8 : Food and nutrition in brazilian schools : health and science education interactions

  • Cristina Tatano Maria

Strand 1 : Children’s biological conceptions before and after instruction

Strand 4 : A relational model of the lexicon to describe and analyse ecological contents in primary school textbooks

  • Crossley Antony

Strand 3: The impact of physical explanations on secondary students’ knowledge acquisition in thermodynamics

  • Cubero Javier

Strand 12 : Conceptions of prospective teachers on nature field trips in relation to own experiences as pupils

  • Cuomo Francesco

Strand 13 : Science teachers, policies and education research. analysis of surveys conducted in six countries

D

  • D. Alturkmani Mohammad

Strand 1 : An anthropological approach to analyse a chemical knowledge during experimental design

  • D’ham Cédric

Strand 1 : An anthropological approach to analyse a chemical knowledge during experimental design

  • Da Cunha Badan Larissa

Strand 12 : Mapping beliefs of preservice physics teachers in the context of a curriculum innovation

  • Daikoku Takafumi 

Strand 12 : Development of case method program for teacher education supporting the creation of lesson plans

  • Dawes Alex

Strand 1 : A typology of students’ kinetic views of chemical equilibrium systems

  • De Ambrosis Anna

Strand 3 : Learning about greenhouse effect: framing thermal phenomena and optics in a challenging context

  • De Cock Mieke

Strand 2 : Representation use and strategy choice in physics problem solving

Strand 10 : Probing students’ understanding of the concept of electromotive force in introductory physics courses at university

  • Deguchi Akiko

Strand 4 : Development and evaluation of a digital environmental learning game for children

Strand 4 : A mobile computing system developed by digitising the fortune line method

  • Demet Kirbulut Zubeyde

Strand 2 : The effect of metaconceptual teaching interventions on students’ self-efficacy toward chemistry

Strand 2 : Predictors of chemistry self-efficacy among college students

Strand 12: Assessing pre-service science teachers’ topic specific pedagogical content knowledge (pck): pre-service science teachers’ pck of electrochemistry

  • Demİrcİ Nilgün

Strand 8 : The turkish adaptation of the environmental education and ecological behavior questionnaire

  • Devetak Iztok

Strand 2 : Brain type, sex differences, and motivation to learn science: a cross-cultural study

  • Dimitriadi Kyriaki

Strand 1 : Students’ learning processes in the field of special relativity

  • Doğan Yasemin

Strand 8 : Contribution to the design-based features enhancing ill-structured problem solving: campfire problems

  • Dolin Jens

Strand 10 : Using large scale test results for pedagogical purposes

  • Dollny Sabrina

Strand 12 : Chemistry teachers’ content knowledge and its correlation to pedagogical content knowledge

  • Domingo Villarroel José

Strand 14 : The relation between cultural background and understanding of precipitation among 5-8 year old children

  • Dorey Stanislas

Strand 4 : Transposition of a scientific tool into the educational world : the case of molecular visualization

  • Dourado Luís

Strand 6 : Questions in science textbooks: do they prompt students’ inquiry and problem-based learning ?

  • Drumond Vieira Rodrigo

Strand 6 : Discourse in science teacher education: a methodological approach to segment discourse in levels

  • Duarte Brandão Sonia

Strand 4 : Practices in the teaching of sciences in school inclusion of a blind pupil with delleman syndrome

  • Dübbelde Gabi

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

  • Duran Meltem

Strand 7 : Investigation of primary school students’ attitudes towards technology

  • Duschl Richard

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

E

  • E. Beeth Michael

Strand 2 : Predictors of chemistry self-efficacy among college students

  • E. Childs Peter

Strand 2 : Its chemistry! an intervention programme aimed at developing thinking skills in chemistry

Strand 12 : Pre-service irish science teachers’ misconceptions of chemistry

  • E. Fischer Hans

Strand 1 : Do physics textbooks promote conceptual understanding ?

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • E. Rueda Muñoz Antonio

Strand 6 : The role of grammar in short verbalizations while autonomous science learning

Strand 11 : Self-determination as key for a cross-cultural computer-based learning environment

  • Eduardo Laburú Carlos

Strand 12 : Analysis of a teaching experience in the context of a curriculum innovation

  • Eduardo Vílchez José

Strand 4 : Web-based tool for basic chemical problem solving in an e-learning context

  • Eijkelhof Harrie

Strand 9 : Development of a new interdisciplinary advanced science course: nature, life & technology

  • Eilks Ingo

Strand 3 : Promoting student-active and inquiry-based science learning by the project salis

Strand 7 : Mimicking authentic societal practices for learning about the use of science-related information

Strand 8 : Teaching about plastics and education for sustainable development in chemistry education

Strand 12: Jordanian chemistry student teachers’ and experienced teachers’ beliefs about teaching and learning

  • Ekiz Betul

Strand 12 : Pre-service chemistry teachers' understanding of electrolytic cells

Strand 12 : Views on teaching of particulate nature of matter at macroscopic, symbolic and microscopic levels

  • El Hage Suzane

Strand 4 : Analysis of electrochemical cells processes simulations. students’ points of view

  • El Hage Suzane

Strand 4 : Coherence of an ict-using teaching sequence : a case study in optics at lower secondary school

  • Elmas Ridvan

Strand 9 : Thematic classification of eligible contexts for a holistic perspective in curriculum development

Strand 9 : A curriculum reflection : new science and technology curriculum in Turkey

  • Eloisa Farias Maria

Strand 8 : Environmental impacts and education for sustainable development in public school

Strand 8 : Seizure of atmospheric co2: a teaching methodology aiming for sustainability

  • Elster Doris

Strand 13 : Reform in biology education: teachers and researchers in a process of negotiation

  • Emanuel Fonseca Paulo

Strand 5 : The concept of analogue modelling in geology : an approach to mountain building

  • Emden Markus

Strand 10 : Assessing experimental procedures through different formats – a comparative study

  • Enghag Margareta

Strand 3 : A sustainable teacher training: approaching more science content and inquiry

  • Epple Matthias

Strand 11 : Difficulties chemistry students experience during their first semester - predicting success

  • Eraslan Funda

Strand 8 : The turkish adaptation of the environmental education and ecological behavior questionnaire

  • Erduran Sibel

Strand 5 : Prospective science teachers’ appreciation of science : the case of theory of evolution vs. intelligent design

  • Eriksson U.

Strand 3 : Watching the sky -new realizations, new meanings, and surprizing aspects in university level astronomy

  • Erten Hilmi

Strand 3 : The effect of brain based learning on academic success, attitude and retrieval of information in science and technology classes

  • Ertepinar Hamide

Strand 12 : Pre-service science teachers perceptions related to epistemological world view and science teaching efficacy belief

  • Eryilmaz Ali

Strand 9 : Thematic classification of eligible contexts for a holistic perspective in curriculum development

  • Escovedo Selles Sandra

Strand 2 : Worldviews to the concept of evolution among students in an initial teacher training course

  • Eugenio Tamayo A Oscar

Strand 6 : Teachers’ change of conceptions on argumentation and its teaching

  • Euler Manfred

Strand 2 : The challenge of implementing ibl cross-culturally and cross-curricularly

Strand 2 : The potential of an out-of-school laboratory to improve the image of physics and chemistry

  • Evagorou Maria

Strand 6 : The case of designing and validating a tool to assess 11-14 year old students written argumentation

  • Evi Makri-botsari

Strand 2 : A study on the relationship among the cognitive, emotional and social development of open university students

  • Exarchakos Kostas

Strand 6 : The way the history of science discourse is embedded in greek school science textbooks

F

  • F. Mortimer Eduardo

Strand 3 : Pedagogical link making: a methodology of analysis of teaching and learning scientific conceptual knowledge

  • Fantini Paola

Strand 3 : Toward a theoretical explanation of the interplay between the collective and the individual dynamics in physics learning

  • Fatih TaŞar Mehmet

Strand 13 : In-service science teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge confidence levels and views about technology-rich environments

  • Fechner Sabine

Strand 2 : The influence of interconnectedness and problem-orientation on achievement in context-based learning

Strand 2 : Characteristics of real life contexts and their influence on student interest in learning chemistry

  • Fensham P.

Strand 9 : The challenge of generic competences to science education

  • Fernando Marques Dorvillé Luís

Strand 2 : Worldviews to the concept of evolution among students in an initial teacher training course

  • Ferreira Celeste

Strand 12 : The usage of visualization in chemistry teaching and pre-service education: some findings

  • Ferreira Dos Santos Bruno

Strand 9 : The sputnik reaches Argentina: the curricular reform in chemistry teaching (1956-1983)

  • Fischer Robert

Strand 2 : The challenge of implementing ibl cross-culturally and cross-curricularly

  • Fitzgerald Angela

Strand 13 : So what is it? making sense of the components that contribute to effective primary science teaching

  • Fortin Corinne

Strand 13 : Integrated teaching of science and technology in france : an example of a cooperative teaching

  • Freyer Katja

Strand 11 : Difficulties chemistry students experience during their first semester - predicting success

  • Fuchs-gallezot Magali

Strand 9 : Between science and citizenship education, the case of trangenesis in the french biology syllabuses

  • Funaoi Hideo

Strand 4 : A mobile computing system developed by digitising the fortune line method

G

  • Gagliardi Marta

Strand 3 : Toward a theoretical explanation of the interplay between the collective and the individual dynamics in physics learning

  • Ganaim Lina

Strand 4 : Two graphs don’t make a whole: the synthesis of disparate graphs in inquiry-based science learning

  • García F.j.

Strand 2 : Science teacher training through an ibl experience

  • Garcia Polino Sandra

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • García-barros Susana

Strand 12 : The cognitive and linguistic skills associated to human nutrition in teacher training

Strand 13 : How do in-service teachers evaluate the cognitive/linguistic skills in the study of astronomy ?

  • García–carmona Antonio

Strand 5 : Students’ understanding of the nature of science: a large scale trans-national comparison

Strand 5 : Teachers’ conceptions on nature of science : strengths, weaknesses and influence of teaching practice

  • García-ruiz Mayra

Strand 5 : Undergraduates’ beliefs on the nature of science: a comparison between science and humanities

  • Garritz Andoni

Strand 5 : "Scientific inquiry practices of workshop experts for elementary students in Mexico"

  • Garzon Isabel

Strand 10 : Probing students’ understanding of the concept of electromotive force in introductory physics courses at university

  • Geban Omer

Strand 2 : The effect of metaconceptual teaching interventions on students’ self-efficacy toward chemistry

  • Geiger Michael

Strand 7 : Science education for civil society : bridging the gap with michel foucault and pierre bourdieu

  • Geller Marlise

Strand 4 : Practices in the teaching of sciences in school inclusion of a blind pupil with delleman syndrome

Strand 8 : The contributions of systemic thought to environmental and health education

  • Gericke Niklas

Strand 8 : Teachers’ understanding of sustainable development - discipline bound differences

  • Gervânio De Azevedo Melo Marcos

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Gess-newsome Julie

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • Geyer Marie

Strand 6 : Making meaning of graphical representations in beginners' physics lessons

  • Giliberti Enrico

Strand 2 : Force dynamic gestalt of natural phe- nomena: teaching the concept of energy

Strand 13 : Semiotic mediation and didactical cycle as methodological reference for primary schol teachers

Strand 14 : A didactic path for age 5-8 on the concept of extensive quantity using a story as cognitive tool

  • Giordan Marcelo

Strand 5 : Is the atom real or built? or is it an intermediate between these two? a wittgensteinian approach

  • Girault Isabelle

Strand 1 : An anthropological approach to analyse a chemical knowledge during experimental design

  • Girwidz Raimund

Strand 3 : Learning physics in daily life contexts: a concept for effective learning and teaching

  • Gkouskou Eirini

Strand 14 : Teaching animal categorization in preschool-ers using typical - non typical educational en-viroments

  • Göhring Anja

Strand 2 : Self-determined learning in science classrooms (grade 8) – an empirical study

  • Gois Jackson

Strand 5 : Is the atom real or built? or is it an intermediate between these two? a wittgensteinian approach

  • Golabek Charles

Strand 12 : How science works: a longitudinal study of pre-service teachers’ field experiences of science curriculum change in England

  • Goldman Daphne

Strand 8 : Influence of a non-formal environmental education program (green council program) on pupils' environmental literacy

  • Gómez-galindo Adrianna

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ attitudes and percepctions related to practical work: a self report questionnaire

  • Greenwood Rebecca

Strand 8 : Food and nutrition in brazilian schools : health and science education interactions

  • Grigoriou Vassilis

Strand 12 : The principles of a short time seminar for developing prospective greek physics teachers’ pck

  • Großebrahm Nicola

Strand 12 : Identifying elements of pck in chemistry teacher education

  • Grünkorn Juliane

Strand 5 : Determination of students’ model competence using open-ended and hands-on tasks

  • Guerra Andreia

Strand 5 : Creating a more sophisticated student vision of the nature of science : a survey report

  • Guisasola Jenaro

Strand 10 : Probing students’ understanding of the concept of electromotive force in introductory physics courses at university

Strand 12 : Training elementary school teachers for the use of science museum field trips in early educa tion

  • Güntzel Ramos Maurivan

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Gürdal Ayla

Strand 3 : The effects of aim-gapped experimentation on concept learning and gaining scientific process skills

  • Gürel Zeynep

Strand 8 : Contribution to the design-based features enhancing ill-structured problem solving: campfire problems

  • Güven İlknur

Strand 3 : The effects of aim-gapped experimentation on concept learning and gaining scientific process skills

H

  • H. Evans Robert

Strand 13 : Active strategies during inquiry-based science teacher education to improve long-term teacher self-efficacy

  • Haagen C.

Strand 10 : Standardization in physics – first steps in the Austrian educational system

  • Haagen Claudia

Strand 3 : The influence of content and language integrated learning on content performance in magnetism

  • Hacieminoglu Esme

Strand 12 : Pre-service science teachers perceptions related to epistemological world view and science teaching efficacy belief

  • Haji Ismail Zurida

Strand 12 : Comparison of german and malaysian pre-service science teachers beliefs' about teaching and learning

  • Hakyolu Hanife

Strand 6 : Tracing of students’ scientific argumentation quality

  • Halkia Krystallia

Strand 6 : The way the history of science discourse is embedded in greek school science textbooks

  • Halkia Krystallia

Strand 1 : Students’ learning processes in the field of special relativity

Strand 3 : The use of thought experiments in teaching physics. the case of the principle of equivalence

  • Halkia Lia

Strand 3 : Comments on the results of a teaching intervention on evolution. which pupils benefited ?

  • Hänsch Juliane

Strand 5 : Determination of students’ model competence using open-ended and hands-on tasks

  • Happonen Marja

Strand 3 : Graphs in upper secondary school chemistry education

  • Harbach Andrea

Strand 2 : The influence of interconnectedness and problem-orientation on achievement in context-based learning

  • Hart Christina

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

  • Härtig Hendrik

Strand 1 : Do physics textbooks promote conceptual understanding ?

  • Hatzikraniotis E.

Strand 9 : Transfer of a teaching-learning sequence from greek to italian school : do similarities in educational systems really help ?

  • Hatzikraniotis Euripides

Strand 3 : Designing virtual experiments in electric circuits by high school students

  • Hayes Sarah

Strand 9 : Science in the irish transition year: the pupil experience

Strand 12 : Pre-service irish science teachers’ misconceptions of chemistry

  • Heeman Grassi Marlise

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Heidinger Christine

Strand 2 : Authentic inquiry learning : students and scientists “on equal terms”

  • Heinicke Susanne

Strand 5 : Missing links in the experimental work: students' actions and reasoning on measurement and uncertainty

  • Henze Ineke

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • Hérau Jean-loup

Strand 14 : From fiction storybook to scientific modeling: an example in physics teaching at primary school

  • Héraud Jean-loup

Strand 14 : Fictional storybook as a scientific and epistemological question-building tool for primary school

  • Higa Ivanilda

Strand 12 : Curriculum guidelines and institutional assessment in physics teacher education: underlying concepts

  • Hingant Bénédicte

Strand 13 : What strands of research in secondary “nano-education” ?

  • Hofstein Avi

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

  • Holbrook Jack

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

  • Hoon Seah Lay

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

  • Hopf Martin

Strand 3 : The influence of content and language integrated learning on content performance in magnetism

Strand 10 : Standardization in physics – first steps in the Austrian educational system

Strand 10 : Measuring effects of non conventional labwork

  • Hopia Anu

Strand 3 : Using kitchen stories as starting point for chemical instruction in high school

  • Hostenbach Julia

Strand 7 : Influence of external aspects on students’ evaluation and judgement competence in chemistry

  • Hua Xu Li

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

  • Hubber Peter

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

  • Hugo Diana

Strand 5 : Iberian-american students’ and teachers’ perceptions about gender effects in science

I

  • Ilgaz Gokhan

Strand 10 : Development of scale for attitude towards physics course

  • Iman Khalil 

Strand 8 : Sex education in Lebanon and France

  • Inagaki Shigenori

Strand 4 : A mobile computing system developed by digitising the fortune line method

Strand 12 : Development of case method program for teacher education supporting the creation of lesson plans

Strand 12 : Practical study on argument skill improvement in pre-service teachers

  • İnci Nuray

Strand 3 : The effect of brain based learning on academic success, attitude and retrieval of information in science and technology classes

  • Isabel Varanda

Strand 8 : Urban and rural primary school pupil's conceptions about the respiratory system and smoking

  • Izquierdo Mercè

Strand 5 : Theoretical models for (meso)chemistry: paradigmatic facts

J

  • J. De H. Cavalcanti Cláudio

Strand 9 : Curriculum standards for teaching physics in Brazil

  • J. Reiss Michael

Strand 11 : Gender differences in 15 year-olds’ perceptions of physics, physics lessons and physics teachers

  • Jäkel Lissy

Strand 12 : Working with the microscope as a problem solving process

  • Janashia Simon

Strand 3 : Promoting student-active and inquiry-based science learning by the project salis

  • Janner Martine

Strand 7 : Assessment of the efficiency of education for sustainable development in compulsory schooling: toward relevant indicators

  • Javier Ruiz O Francisco

Strand 6 : Teachers’ change of conceptions on argumentation and its teaching

  • Jenneke Kruger

Strand 9 : Development of a new interdisciplinary advanced science course: nature, life & technology

  • Jeronen Eila

Strand 8 : Finnish pupils’ conceptions of the importance of nutrition, sleep and exercise for their well-being

  • Jeronen Juha

Strand 8 : Finnish pupils’ conceptions of the importance of nutrition, sleep and exercise for their well-being

  • Jiménez-aleixandre María-pilar

Strand 7 : University students’ decision-making on an environmental problem

  • JimÉnez-liso M.r.

Strand 12 : A “class diary” forum to identify pedagogical thinking changes in preservice science teacher training

  • Jiménez-liso Rut

Strand 12 : The cognitive and linguistic skills associated to human nutrition in teacher training

  • João Fonseca Maria

Strand 1 : A hands-on project to address antibiotic resistance in high school

  • Juntunen Marianne

Strand 8 : Expert teachers’ teaching models of life- cycle thinking in chemistry instruction – a design research

  • Juriševič Mojca

Strand 2 : Brain type, sex differences, and motivation to learn science: a cross-cultural study

  • Justi Rosária

Strand 5 : Key teacher’s roles in supporting the co- construction of students’ knowledge in modelling-based teaching contexts

Strand 5 : Students’ analogical reasoning when participating in modelling-based teaching activities

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  • K. Gilbert John

Strand 8 : The contribution of “popular” books to the informal learning of chemistry

  • Kadioglu Cansel

Strand 2 : How are high school students’ epistemological beliefs related to their goal orientations ?

  • Kahyaoğlu Mustafa

Strand 8 : An investigation of environmental risk perceptions of primary and science pre-service teachers

  • Kalkanis George

Strand 12 : The principles of a short time seminar for developing prospective greek physics teachers’ pck

  • Kallery Maria

Strand 14 : Learning science in small groups: the role of age and interactions

  • Kalliopi-Evangelia Stavroulia

Strand 2 : A study on the relationship among the cognitive, emotional and social development of open university students

  • Kalogiannakis Michail

Strand 4 : Preschool science education with the use of ict : a case study

Strand 4 : Students’ acceptance of a learning management system for teaching sciences in secondary education

  • Kamiyama Shinichi

Strand 4 : A mobile computing system developed by digitising the fortune line method

  • Kampourakis Constantinos

Strand 4 : Comparative evaluation of lower-secondary physics textbooks: the role of science education

  • Kapadia Ramesh

Strand 7 : Pondering deborah’s dilemma: assessing risk in scientific issues

  • Kapala Frédéric

Strand 3 : Teachers’ conceptions: interaction between self-epistemology / didactical skills / professional identity. “mixtures and solutions” course design – analysis of french school teachers’ practices in the last elementary grades

  • Kapanadze Marika

Strand 3 : Promoting student-active and inquiry-based science learning by the project salis

  • Kapelari Suzanne

Strand 2 : Do science research apprenticeships enhance pupils’ interest in science ?

  • Karam Ricardo

Strand 5 : Formal analogies in physics teacher education

Strand 13 : The complex road to mathematization in physics instruction

  • Kariotoglou P.

Strand 1 : Causal relational reasoning of 5th graders using density in explaining floating-sinking phenomena

  • Katakos Efstratios

Strand 1 : Acceptance and understanding of evolution theory: a comparative study of greek and serbian teachers

  • Kawakami Shogo

Strand 8 : Reexamination of how a science museum should be and its regeneration as a community-based museum

  • Kaymak Ercan

Strand 2 : High school students’ domain specific epistemological beliefs and their conceptual change

  • Keast Stephen

Strand 12 : Using slowmation to make science pre-service teachers' beliefs explicit

  • Keller Erika

Strand 12 : Potentials of lernwerkstatt (open inquiry) for pre-service teachers’ professional development

Strand 13 : In-service biology teachers´ pck development: antithetic roles of self efficacy

  • Kent Phillip

Strand 7 : Pondering deborah’s dilemma: assessing risk in scientific issues

  • Kiran Dekant

Strand 2 : An examination of gender difference in middle school students’science self-efficacy and its sources

  • Kirschner Sophie

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • Kleickmann Thilo

Strand 13 : Elementary teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge and student achievement in science education

  • Knittel Corinne

Strand 7 : Photovoltaic as a possibility to gain “green electricity”– a socioscientific issue to increase students’ ability of decision making

  • Knobloch Rebecca

Strand 6 : How does the content-related quality of students’ statements influence the learning outcome ?

  • Koeppen Georg

Strand 13 : Diagnostic competencies of pre-service teachers analysed by means of the simulated science classroom

  • Kölbach Eva

Strand 2 : Differences in students’ situational interest and learning achievement caused by learning with different contexts

  • Koliopoulos Dimitris

Strand 14 : Teaching animal categorization in preschool-ers using typical - non typical educational en-viroments

  • Konstantinidou Aikaterini

Strand 6 : Study of the interrelationship between students' arguments and features of tasks in science classes

  • Krabbe Sillasen Martin

Strand 13 : Developing networks to support science teachers work

  • Krell Moritz

Strand 5 : Assessment of students’ concepts of models and modeling: empirical evaluation of a model of model competence

  • Krey Olaf

Strand 12 : Learning to implement school experiments in a blended learning approach: an evaluation study

  • Krüger Dirk

Strand 5 : Determination of students’ model competence using open-ended and hands-on tasks

Strand 5 : Assessment of students’ concepts of models and modeling: empirical evaluation of a model of model competence

  • Kusunoki Fusako

Strand 4 : Development and evaluation of a digital environmental learning game for children

L

  • L. Santos Catarina

Strand 1 : A hands-on project to address antibiotic resistance in high school

  • Labrell Florence

Strand 1 : Children’s biological conceptions before and after instruction

  • Lager-nyqvist Lotta

Strand 11 : Play with science in inquiry based science education

  • Laherto Antti

Strand 8 : Making use of educational research in the planning of a nanoscience exhibition

  • Lange Jean-marc

Strand 7 : Assessment of the efficiency of education for sustainable development in compulsory schooling: toward relevant indicators

  • Lange Kim

Strand 13 : Elementary teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge and student achievement in science education

  • Lasson Christophe

Strand 13 : Integrated teaching of science and technology in france : an example of a cooperative teaching

  • Leite Laurinda

Strand 6 : Questions in science textbooks: do they prompt students’ inquiry and problem-based learning ?

  • Lembens Anja

Strand 2 : Involving students in research on the use and construction of concept cartoons for chemistry classes

Strand 12 : Potentials of lernwerkstatt (open inquiry) for pre-service teachers’ professional development

  • Levinson Ralph

Strand 1 : A typology of students’ kinetic views of chemical equilibrium systems

Strand 7 : Pondering deborah’s dilemma: assessing risk in scientific issues

  • Levrini Olivia

Strand 3 : Toward a theoretical explanation of the interplay between the collective and the individual dynamics in physics learning

  • Lhoste Yann

Strand 3 : How to help pupils to build up scientific problems in biology lessons

  • Lima Junior Paulo

Strand 9 : Marxism in sociocultural perspectives and implications for science education

Strand 11 : Professors’ perspectives on dropout rates in undergraduate physics courses

  • Linder C.

Strand 3 : Watching the sky -new realizations, new meanings, and surprizing aspects in university level astronomy

  • Lividjis Michalis

Strand 13 : Teachers as learners and designers of ict- driven science curriculum materials : findings from the “ict for innovative science teachers” project

  • Lock Roger

Strand 12 : Subject knowledge and pedagogy in pre-service science teacher training courses in england and wales

  • Lombardi S.

Strand 9 : Transfer of a teaching-learning sequence from greek to italian school : do similarities in educational systems really help ?

  • Lopes Scarpa Daniela

Strand 6 : Relations between the arguments set out in scientific papers and arguments produced by students

  • LÓpez-gay R.

Strand 12 : A “class diary” forum to identify pedagogical thinking changes in preservice science teacher training

  • López-mota Ángel

Strand 13 : Description of practice teaching from the systematic observation of the working class in high school

  • López-valentín Dulce

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ attitudes and percepctions related to practical work: a self report questionnaire

  • Lorenzi Caterina

Strand 1 : Children’s biological conceptions before and after instruction

Strand 4 : A relational model of the lexicon to describe and analyse ecological contents in primary school textbooks

  • Louro Ferreira Silva Rosana

Strand 8 : Environmental education and climate change: possibilities of learning through a game

  • Luisa Bermejo M.

Strand 12 : Self-efficacy and emotions in prospective primary education science teachers

  • Lund Nielsen Birgitte

Strand 13 : Patterns in the meaning-making of science teachers involved in a team-based pd-project

  • Luukkonen Tuomas

Strand 8 : Finnish pupils’ conceptions of the importance of nutrition, sleep and exercise for their well-being

  • Luzia Frateschi Trivelato Silvia

Strand 6 : Relations between the arguments set out in scientific papers and arguments produced by students

M

  • M. Geli De Ciurana Anna

Strand 12 : Future teachers’ views on community projects as learning environments for science education

  • M. Hamza Karim

Strand 8 : Learning science in interaction with the exhibit in a museum of natural history

  • M. Julio Josimeire

Strand 2 : Lads in physics classes : interactions between masculinities and learning opportunities

  • M. Vaz Arnaldo

Strand 2 : Lads in physics classes : interactions between masculinities and learning opportunities

  • Mª Domènech Ana

Strand 7 : Students’ opinions about a ssi: perspectives refered in their arguments about bears’ reintroduction

  • Maaß Katja

Strand 2 : Implementation of inquiry-based learning in german school practice

  • Maguregi Gurutze

Strand 7 : University students’ decision-making on an environmental problem

  • Maj Johansson Annie

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

  • Majidi Sharareh

Strand 4 : Knowledge organization in university physics textbooks

  • Makashvili Malkhaz

Strand 3 : Promoting student-active and inquiry-based science learning by the project salis

  • Mäkynen Asko

Strand 6 : Classroom discourse types and students’ learning of an interaction diagram and newton’s third law

  • Mamlok Naaman Rachel

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

  • Manassero–mas María-antonia

Strand 5 : Students’ understanding of the nature of science: a large scale trans-national comp arison

Strand 5 : Teachers’ conceptions on nature of science : strengths, weaknesses and influence of teaching practice

  • Manfred Lang

Strand 13 : School change, teacher education and the role of mentoring - a german approach in the european project gimms

  • Mansour Nasser

Strand 13 : Perceived professional development needs for saudi arabian science teachers

  • Manuel Domínguez Castiñeiras José

Strand 1 : Reasoning schemata activated by secondary education students in order to solve chemical kinetics questions

Strand 10 : Students’ science competences at the school of biochemistry and biological sciences - unl- Argentina

  • Marcos Dias Garcia Nilson

Strand 12 : Curriculum guidelines and institutional assessment in physics teacher education: underlying concepts

  • Maria Caldeira Ana

Strand 11 : The influence of religion on portuguese and brazilian teachers’ conceptions about the origin of life

  • María López-valentín Dulce

Strand 3 : Teaching and learning sequences for the study of electric energy at primary school

  • Maria Marques Da Silva Ana

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Mariana Affonso Dalva

Strand 4 : The construction of meaning in science class with using a digital learning object

  • Mariani Cristina

Strand 2 : Force dynamic gestalt of natural phe- nomena: teaching the concept of energy

Strand 13 : Semiotic mediation and didactical cycle as methodological reference for primary schol teachers

Strand 14 : A didactic path for age 5-8 on the concept of extensive quantity using a story as cognitive tool

  • Marina Do Rosário Lima Valderez

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ perceptions about the relationship between research and practice

  • Markic Silvija

Strand 3 : Promoting student-active and inquiry-based science learning by the project salis

Strand 3 : Lesson plans for student language heterogeneity for the topic “matter and its properties”

Strand 12 : Jordanian chemistry student teachers’ and experienced teachers’ beliefs about teaching and learning

Strand 12 : Using slowmation to make science pre-service teachers' beliefs explicit

Strand 12 : Comparison of german and malaysian pre-service science teachers beliefs' about teaching and learning

  • Marks Ralf

Strand 7 : Mimicking authentic societal practices for learning about the use of science-related information

  • Marques Manuela

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, portugal)

  • Marques Palácios Christine

Strand 8 : The contributions of systemic thought to environmental and health education

  • Márquez Conxita

Strand 6 : Teachers’ change of conceptions on argumentation and its teaching

Strand 7 : Students’ opinions about a ssi: perspectives refered in their arguments about bears’ reintroduction

Strand 7 : Critical readind activities to develop critical thinking in science classes

  • Martínez-losada Cristina

Strand 12 : The cognitive and linguistic skills associated to human nutrition in teacher training

  • Massashiro Yonezawa Wilson

Strand 4 : The construction of meaning in science class with using a digital learning object

  • Matínez-losada Cristina

Strand 13 : How do in-service teachers evaluate the cognitive/linguistic skills in the study of astronomy ?

  • Maurines Laurence

Strand 5 : The nature of science in physics courses: place and role of the history of science

  • Mavhunga M.e.

Strand 3 : The development and validation of a tool for measuring topic specific pck in chemical equilibrium

  • Mayela Rojo-camarillo Carmen

Strand 3 : Teaching and learning sequences for the study of electric energy at primary school

  • Mayer Jürgen

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

  • Mcguigan Linda

Strand 14 : Identifying and elaborating emergent science within a holistic approach to the foundation phase curriculum

  • Mellado Vicente

Strand 12 : Self-efficacy and emotions in prospective primary education science teachers

Strand 13 : The pedagogical content knowledge of secondary school physics teachers on electric fields

  • Merino Cristian

Strand 5 : Theoretical models for (meso)chemistry: paradigmatic facts

Strand 14 : Characterization of the beliefs of preschool teachers about sciences

  • Michel Philippe

Strand 1 : How 16 years old students deal with electricity concepts in inquiry situation ?

  • Michelini Marisa

Strand 1 : Informal laboratories and pupils’ reasoning in interpreting electrostatics interactions

Strand 1 : Upper Secondary School Students learning pathways through quantum concepts

  • Michels Berenice

Strand 9 : Development of a new interdisciplinary advanced science course: nature, life & technology

  • Mıhladız Gülcan

Strand 7 : Investigation of primary school students’ attitudes towards technology

  • Mikelskis-seifert Silke

Strand 2 : Implementation of inquiry-based learning in german school practice

Strand 7 : Photovoltaic as a possibility to gain “green electricity”– a socioscientific issue to increase students’ ability of decision making

  • Minichini Ciro

Strand 13 : Science teachers, policies and education research. analysis of surveys conducted in six countries

  • Miyake Shiho

Strand 9 : A case study of an esd programme for college students in japan: pilot practice and evaluation

  • Moeller Jens

Strand 13 : Diagnostic competencies of pre-service teachers analysed by means of the simulated science classroom

  • Mohamed Soudani

Strand 4 : Analysis of electrochemical cells processes simulations. students’ points of view

  • Moita De Deu Helena

Strand 5 : The concept of analogue modelling in geology : an approach to mountain building

  • Molinatti Grégoire

Strand 3 : Education to scientific images through chat-supported collaboration to design functional brain images

  • Möller Andrea

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

  • Möller Kornelia

Strand 13 : Elementary teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge and student achievement in science education

  • Molohidis A.

Strand 9 : Transfer of a teaching-learning sequence from greek to italian school : do similarities in educational systems really help ?

  • Monod-ansaldi Réjane

Strand 3 : Education to scientific images through chat-supported collaboration to design functional brain images

  • Monroy G.

Strand 9 : Transfer of a teaching-learning sequence from greek to italian school : do similarities in educational systems really help ?

  • Morales Edna

Strand 5 : Assesment of the impact of sciences studies in understanding the nature of science in six countries

  • Morentin Maite

Strand 12 : Training elementary school teachers for the use of science museum field trips in early education

  • Morge Ludovic

Strand 11 : Determinants and finalities in the choice of reviewing procedures: the case of rdst, a french science education research journal

  • Morin Olivier

Strand 7 : A framework for considering cross-cultural exchanges as a way to develop reasoning about environmental socioscientific issues

  • Mossenta Alessandra

Strand 1 : Informal laboratories and pupils’ reasoning in interpreting electrostatics interactions

  • Mujtaba Tamjid

Strand 11 : Gender differences in 15 year-olds’ perceptions of physics, physics lessons and physics teachers

  • Munford Danusa

Strand 6 : Teaching science in the midst of fuzzy disagreement: a study of argumentation in a classroom

N

  • Nakamura Hisayoshi

Strand 12 : Development of case method program for teacher education supporting the creation of lesson plans

  • Nakayama Hayashi

Strand 12 : Practical study on argument skill improvement in pre-service teachers

  • Nardi Roberto

Strand 7 : Moral development in school science teaching: exploring an interface of contributions

  • Nascimento Araújo Juscemácia

Strand 8 : Environmental education and climate change: possibilities of learning through a game

  • Nasser Samira

Strand 4 : Two graphs don’t make a whole: the synthesis of disparate graphs in inquiry-based science learning

  • Navarro Angélica

Strand 14 : Characterization of the beliefs of preschool teachers about sciences

  • Netto Rangel Carolina

Strand 8 : Food and nutrition in brazilian schools : health and science education interactions

  • Nieminen Pasi

Strand 3 : An intervention for using multiple representations of mechanics in upper secondary school courses

Strand 6 : Classroom discourse types and students’ learning of an interaction diagram and newton’s third law

  • Nogami Tomoyuki

Strand 9 : A case study of an esd programme for college students in japan: pilot practice and evaluation

Strand 12 : Practical study on argument skill improvement in pre-service teachers

  • Norberg Brorsson Birgitta

Strand 3 : A sustainable teacher training: approaching more science content and inquiry

  • Noronha Fernando

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, portugal)

  • Nurkka Niina

Strand 3 : An intervention for using multiple representations of mechanics in upper secondary school courses

Strand 6 : Classroom discourse types and students’ learning of an interaction diagram and newton’s third law

  • Nurulazam Md Zain Ahmad

Strand 2 : Brain type, sex differences, and motivation to learn science: a cross-cultural study

O

  • O’ Dwyer Anne

Strand 10 : Second level irish pupils’ and teachers’ view of difficulties in organic chemistry

  • Oberrauch Anna

Strand 2 : Do science research apprenticeships enhance pupils’ interest in science ?

  • Ochoa Cañigueral Lidia

Strand 12 : Future teachers’ views on community projects as learning environments for science education

  • Odabası Cimer Sabiha

Strand 10 : An investigation of the relationship between pre-service teachers’ reflectivity and academic performance

  • Odermatt Freia

Strand 2 : Brain type, sex differences, and motivation to learn science: a cross-cultural study

  • Oettlin Alexander

Strand 2 : Implementation of inquiry-based learning in german school practice

  • Ofelia Chaile Marta

Strand 13 : Preliminary study of teachers´ views on science education in primary school of salta (argentina)

  • Ogan-bekiroglu Feral

Strand 2 : High school students’ domain specific epistemological beliefs and their conceptual change

Strand 6 : Tracing of students’ scientific argumentation quality

  • Olfa Soudani

Strand 4 : Analysis of electrochemical cells processes simulations. students’ points of view

  • Olivares Carla

Strand 14 : Characterization of the beliefs of preschool teachers about sciences

  • Oliveira Da Silva Diego

Strand 6 : Teaching science in the midst of fuzzy disagreement: a study of argumentation in a classroom

  • Oliver Mary

Strand 1 : Chinese and australian children’s understanding of the earth: a cross cultural study of conceptual development

  • Oliveras Begoña

Strand 7 : Critical readind activities to develop critical thinking in science classes

  • Önder İsmail

Strand 8 : Feeding habits of primary school students in a rural area

Strand 12 : A survey of preservice science teachers’ conceptions of research methods course

  • Onorato Pasquale

Strand 3 : Learning about greenhouse effect: framing thermal phenomena and optics in a challenging context

  • Orange Christian

Strand 1 : Scientific knowledge and learning in biology and geology: between phenomenon and event

  • Orange Ravachol Denise

Strand 1 : Scientific knowledge and learning in biology and geology: between phenomenon and event

  • Osborne Jonathan

Strand 6 : Epistemic features of science teachers’ talk: comparing the discursive practices of two science teachers

Strand 6 : The case of designing and validating a tool to assess 11-14 year old students written argumentation

  • Ostermann Fernanda

Strand 9 : Curriculum standards for teaching physics in Brazil

Strand 9 : Marxism in sociocultural perspectives and implications for science education

Strand 11 : Professors’ perspectives on dropout rates in undergraduate physics courses

  • Osvaldo Güemes René

Strand 10 : Students’ science competences at the school of biochemistry and biological sciences - unl- Argentina

  • Oueslati Wided

Strand 3 : Genetic engineering education and citizenship in tunisia

  • Oversby John

Strand 3 : Students ideas about diagrams of a flower and a plant cell

Strand 5 : Opening up values through history and philosophy of science

  • Ozturk Nilay

Strand 9 : A curriculum reflection : new science and technology curriculum in Turkey

P

  • P. Constantinou Costas

Strand 13 : Teachers as learners and designers of ict- driven science curriculum materials : findings from the “ict for innovative science teachers” project

  • P. Costa Paula

Strand 5 : Students’ analogical reasoning when participating in modelling-based teaching activities

  • Paganini Costa Paula

Strand 5 : Key teacher’s roles in supporting the co- construction of students’ knowledge in modelling-based teaching contexts

  • Papadopoulou Penelope

Strand 1 : Acceptance and understanding of evolution theory: a comparative study of greek and serbian teachers

  • Papaevripidou Marios

Strand 13 : Teachers as learners and designers of ict- driven science curriculum materials : findings from the “ict for innovative science teachers” project

  • Papanastasiou Elena

Strand 6 : The case of designing and validating a tool to assess 11-14 year old students written argumentation

  • Papantoniou Ioannis

Strand 7 : Developing a module on stem cells : student-teachers’ media inquiry

  • Paul Ayina Bouni Jean

Strand 4 : Analysis of electrochemical cells processes simulations. students’ points of view

  • Paula Chies Ana

Strand 8 : Environmental impacts and education for sustainable development in public school

  • Paula Souto-silva Ana

Strand 6 : Teaching science in the midst of fuzzy disagreement: a study of argumentation in a classroom

  • Pecori Barbara

Strand 3 : Toward a theoretical explanation of the interplay between the collective and the individual dynamics in physics learning

  • Pernaa Johannes

Strand 2 : Evaluation of educational design methodology utilizing concept mapping

  • Perucchini Paola

Strand 1 : Children’s biological conceptions before and after instruction

  • Peterfalvi Brigitte

Strand 3 : How to help pupils to build up scientific problems in biology lessons

  • Picholle Éric

Strand 1 : Challenging pre-galilean misconceptions through alternative visualizations

Strand 14 : Inquiry-based analysis of early years children books : developing skills for later science education

  • Pierre Clément 

Strand 8 : Sex education in lebanon and france

  • Pietrocola Maurício

Strand 13 : The complex road to mathematization in physics instruction

  • Pipitone Carolina

Strand 9 : Teachers’ view on a new science subject : science for the contemporary world

  • Piqueras Jesús

Strand 8 : Learning science in interaction with the exhibit in a museum of natural history

  • Pnevmatikos D.

Strand 1 : Causal relational reasoning of 5th graders using density in explaining floating-sinking phenomena

  • Pollender Tobias

Strand 3 : Using communication patterns for analysing classroom activities in chemistry

  • Popov Oleg

Strand 3 : Acting with pendulum – the process matters where the object also should

  • Porro Silvia

Strand 5 : Iberian-american students’ and teachers’ perceptions about gender effects in science

  • Pospiech Gesche

Strand 3 : Mathematics in physics: analysis of students' difficulties

Strand 6 : Making meaning of graphical representations in beginners' physics lessons

Strand 13 : The complex road to mathematization in physics instruction

  • Prain Vaughan

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

  • Prasad Amrita

Strand 2 : The challenge of implementing ibl cross-culturally and cross-curricularly

  • Pratt David

Strand 7 : Pondering deborah’s dilemma: assessing risk in scientific issues

  • Priemer Burkhard

Strand 3 : Pupils’ views about experiments in science

Strand 3 : The effect of lesson duration (45 vs. 60 minutes) on quality of physics instruction

  • Prinou Lucia

Strand 3 : Comments on the results of a teaching intervention on evolution. which pupils benefited 

  • Psillos D.

Strand 9 : Transfer of a teaching-learning sequence from greek to italian school : do similarities in educational systems really help ?

  • Psillos Dimitrios

Strand 3 : Designing virtual experiments in electric circuits by high school students

  • Psycharis Sarantos

Strand 4 : Students’ acceptance of a learning management system for teaching sciences in secondary education

  • Puddu Sandra

Strand 12 : Potentials of lernwerkstatt (open inquiry) for pre-service teachers’ professional development

  • Pyrgas Evangelos

Strand 4 : The states-of-matter approach (soma) to high-school chemistry : textbook and evaluation by teachers

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  • Quesada A.

Strand 2 : Science teacher training through an ibl experience

  • Quinn Frances

Strand 8 : Primary schools teachers’ conceptions of environment. a comparison between australia and france

  • Quiroga Marta

Strand 14 : Characterization of the beliefs of preschool teachers about sciences

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  • R. Silva Paloma

Strand 11 : The influence of religion on portuguese and brazilian teachers’ conceptions about the origin of life

  • Rabe Thorid

Strand 12 : Learning to implement school experiments in a blended learning approach: an evaluation study

  • Radits Franz

Strand 2 : Authentic inquiry learning : students and scientists “on equal terms”

Strand 13 : In-service biology teachers´ pck development: antithetic roles of self efficacy

  • Ramos Violeta

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, portugal)

  • Rangel Naykiavick

Strand 6 : Multimodal discourse in college physics classroom. case: electric flux concept

  • Rannikmae Miia

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

  • Rau Franco

Strand 12 : Learning to implement school experiments in a blended learning approach: an evaluation study

  • Rauch Franz

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

  • Regina Mozena Erika

Strand 9 : Curriculum standards for teaching physics in Brazil

  • Rehm Markus

Strand 3 : Which standards should textbooks meet to support competence oriented teaching ?

  • Reinhold Peter

Strand 13 : Pre-service physics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge in different teacher education programs

  • Renata Prochnow Tania

Strand 8 : Environmental impacts and education for sustainable development in public school

Strand 8 : Seizure of atmospheric co2: a teaching methodology aiming for sustainability

  • Reyes-c Flor

Strand 5 : "Scientific inquiry practices of workshop experts for elementary students in Mexico"

  • Rezende Flavia

Strand 9 : Marxism in sociocultural perspectives and implications for science education

Strand 11 : Professors’ perspectives on dropout rates in undergraduate physics courses

  • Ricardo Bastos Julio

Strand 8 : Seizure of atmospheric co2: a teaching methodology aiming for sustainability

  • Riehs Norman

Strand 5 : Epistemic styles of thinking of pre-service chemistry and physics teachers

  • Riese Josef

Strand 13 : Pre-service physics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge in different teacher education programs

  • Riess Falk

Strand 5 : Missing links in the experimental work: students' actions and reasoning on measurement and uncertainty

  • Roberto Da Rocha Bernardo José

Strand 7 : The pre-service physics teacher and the challenge of the socio-scientific issues-based approach

  • Rodrigues De Freitas Simone

Strand 8 : Environmental education and climate change: possibilities of learning through a game

  • Rodríguez Diana

Strand 13 : Description of practice teaching from the systematic observation of the working class in high school

  • Rodríguez-simarro Cristina

Strand 13 : Teachers’ views about practical work in upper primary and lower secondary school : analysis from a model based inquiry perspective

  • Roininen Juha

Strand 8 : Finnish pupils’ conceptions of the importance of nutrition, sleep and exercise for their well-being

  • Rollnick M.

Strand 3 : The development and validation of a tool for measuring topic specific pck in chemical equilibrium

  • Ronchi Cinzia

Strand 1 : Children’s biological conceptions before and after instruction

  • Rumann Stefan

Strand 5 : Epistemic styles of thinking of pre-service chemistry and physics teachers

Strand 12 : Identifying elements of pck in chemistry teacher education

  • Russell Terry

Strand 14 : Identifying and elaborating emergent science within a holistic approach to the foundation phase curriculum

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  • S. Afonso Ana

Strand 8 : The contribution of “popular” books to the informal learning of chemistry

  • S. Carvalho Graça

Strand 8 : Urban and rural primary school pupil's conceptions about the respiratory system and smoking

Strand 11 : The influence of religion on portuguese and brazilian teachers’ conceptions about the origin of life

  • S. Daugbjerg Peer

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ narratives on motivation and commitment – a story about recruitment and retention

  • S. Reiners Christiane

Strand 12 : Supporting pre-service teachers in designing authentic learning environments in chemistry lessons

  • Sahin Bulbul Mustafa

Strand 9 : Thematic classification of eligible contexts for a holistic perspective in curriculum development

  • Saloranta Seppo

Strand 8 : The contribution of secondary school subject teachers to the education for sustainable development

  • Samara Mendes Cavalcante Neiva

Strand 12 : Curriculum guidelines and institutional assessment in physics teacher education: underlying concepts

  • Sanchez Eric

Strand 3 : Education to scientific images through chat-supported collaboration to design functional brain images

Strand 4 : A game in the classroom: what do students learn ?

  • Sánchez Piso José

Strand 1 : Reasoning schemata activated by secondary education students in order to solve chemical kinetics questions

  • Sanmartí Neus

Strand 7 : Critical readind activities to develop critical thinking in science classes

Strand 9 : Teachers’ view on a new science subject : science for the contemporary world

  • Santi Lorenzo

Strand 1 : Upper Secondary School Students learning pathways through quantum concepts

  • Santiago Odetti Héctor

Strand 10 : Students’ science competences at the school of biochemistry and biological sciences - unl- Argentina

  • Sarantos Psycharis

Strand 2 : A study on the relationship among the cognitive, emotional and social development of open university students

  • Sarıbaş Deniz

Strand 12 : Pre-service science teachers’ metacognitive awareness about lab instruction and their competency in inquiry lab design: the case of a lab applications course

  • Savas Meltem

Strand 9 : A curriculum reflection : new science and technology curriculum in turkey

  • Savinainen Antti

Strand 3 : An intervention for using multiple representations of mechanics in upper secondary school courses

Strand 6 : Classroom discourse types and students’ learning of an interaction diagram and newton’s third law

  • Schecker Horst

Strand 10 : Experimental competencies in science : a comparison of assessment tools

  • Scheuch Martin

Strand 13 : In-service biology teachers´ pck development: antithetic roles of self efficacy

  • Schneeberger Patricia

Strand 3 : How to help pupils to build up scientific problems in biology lessons

  • Schreiber Nico

Strand 10 : Experimental competencies in science : a comparison of assessment tools

  • Schulz Alexandra

Strand 3 : Researching experimental phases in chemistry education using video analysis

  • Schumacher Andrea

Strand 12 : Supporting pre-service teachers in designing authentic learning environments in chemistry lessons

  • Scott Phil

Strand 3 : Pedagogical link making: a methodology of analysis of teaching and learning scientific conceptual knowledge

  • Selcan Kutucu E.

Strand 12 : Pre-service chemistry teachers' understanding of electrolytic cells

Strand 12 : Views on teaching of particulate nature of matter at macroscopic, symbolic and microscopic levels

  • Sensevy Gérard

Strand 6 : A comparative study of the semiosis process in physics teaching

  • Sérgio Garcia Paulo

Strand 4 : Science teachers’ initial motivation for distance education

Strand 13 : Innovative science teachers: what they have in common

  • Serpico Marco

Strand 13 : Science teachers, policies and education research. analysis of surveys conducted in six countries

  • Sharp John

Strand 1 : Constructing scientific knowledge in the classroom: a multimodal perspective on conceptual change

Strand 10 : Towards the development of a multimodal, task-based approach for investigating children’s ideas

  • Sheehan Maria

Strand 2 : Its chemistry! an intervention programme aimed at developing thinking skills in chemistry

  • Sheehan Muireann

Strand 12 : Pre-service irish science teachers’ misconceptions of chemistry

  • Silvania Sousa Do Nascimento

Strand 6 : Discourse in science teacher education: a methodological approach to segment discourse in levels

  • Simonneaux Laurence

Strand 8 : Global warming: a case study of eight french teachers’ involvement in education for sustainable development

  • Simonneaux Jean

Strand 7 : A framework for considering cross-cultural exchanges as a way to develop reasoning about environmental socioscientific issues

  • Simonneaux Laurence

Strand 3 : Genetic engineering education and citizenship in tunisia

  • Simonneaux Laurence

Strand 7 : A framework for considering cross-cultural exchanges as a way to develop reasoning about environmental socioscientific issues

  • Skordoulis Constantine

Strand 3 : Comments on the results of a teaching intervention on evolution. which pupils benefited ?

Strand 6 : The way the history of science discourse is embedded in greek school science textbooks

Strand 7 : “Aspects of technology” in science fiction texts – science fiction in science classroom: an empirical study

Strand 12 : Pre-service teachers’ conceptual profile change when discussing an environmental phenomenon

  • Soares Allan

Strand 12 : Subject knowledge and pedagogy in pre-service science teacher training courses in england and wales

  • Soudan Mohamed

Strand 14 : From fiction storybook to scientific modeling: an example in physics teaching at primary school

  • Soudani Mohamed

Strand 14 : Fictional storybook as a scientific and epistemological question-building tool for primary school

  • Sousa Do Nascimento Silvania

Strand 7 : Talking science: the popular astronomy of camille flammarion

Strand 8 : Talking science: the popular astronomy of camille flammarion

  • Sousa Mónica

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, portugal)

  • Spiliotopoulou Vasiliki

Strand 12 : Student-teachers’ participation in the development of digital stories for the moon and the telescope

  • Spiliotopoulou Vasiliki

Strand 7 : Developing a module on stem cells : student-teachers’ media inquiry

  • Spyrtou A.

Strand 1 : Causal relational reasoning of 5th graders using density in explaining floating-sinking phenomena

  • Stanisavljević Jelena

Strand 1 : Acceptance and understanding of evolution theory: a comparative study of greek and serbian teachers

  • Starauschek Erich

Strand 3: The impact of physical explanations on secondary students’ knowledge acquisition in thermodynamics

  • Stasinakis Panagiotis

Strand 3 : Greek teachers' attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and context, concerning evolution teaching

  • Stavrou Dimitrios

Strand 1 : Students’ learning processes in the field of special relativity

  • Stavrou Ioanna

Strand 7 : “Aspects of technology” in science fiction texts – science fiction in science classroom: an empirical study

  • Stefanel Alberto

Strand 1 : Upper Secondary School Students learning pathways through quantum concepts

  • Steininger Rosina

Strand 2 : Involving students in research on the use and construction of concept cartoons for chemistry classes

  • Stief Katja

Strand 2 : Homework motivation and achievement in chemistry education

  • Stiensmeier-pelster Joachim

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

  • Stoumpa Artemisia

Strand 12 : Pre-service teachers’ conceptual profile change when discussing an environmental phenomenon

  • Strecht-ribeiro Orlando

Strand 8 : Biocentric reasoning in children: implications in science and environmental education

  • Streller Sabine

Strand 5 : Evaluating student gains in the profiles project

Strand 5 : Profiles* – professional reflection-oriented focus on inquiry-based learning and education through science

Strand 10 : A longitudinal study on interests in science

  • Stuckey Marc

Strand 3 : Promoting student-active and inquiry-based science learning by the project salis

  • Suedkamp Anna

Strand 13 : Diagnostic competencies of pre-service teachers analysed by means of the simulated science classroom

  • Sulaiman Maryam

Strand 12 : Comparison of german and malaysian pre-service science teachers beliefs' about teaching and learning

  • Sumfleth Elke

Strand 2 : Differences in students’ situational interest and learning achievement caused by learning with different contexts

Strand 2 : Homework motivation and achievement in chemistry education

Strand 10 : Assessing experimental procedures through different formats – a comparative study

Strand 10 : Chemistry-specific language and how it influences understanding of chemistry content

Strand 11 : Difficulties chemistry students experience during their first semester - predicting success

  • Sunar Sabiha

Strand 11 : Analysıs of scıence textbooks for a-levels ın the uk : issues of gender representatıon

  • Sungur Semra

Strand 2 : An examination of gender difference in middle school students’science self-efficacy and its sources

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  • T. Pappa Eleni

Strand 3 : Types of intra- and intermolecular bonding: the case of general chemistry textbooks

  • Tabak Iris

Strand 4 : Two graphs don’t make a whole: the synthesis of disparate graphs in inquiry-based science learning

  • Takeda Yoshiaki

Strand 4 : Development and evaluation of a digital environmental learning game for children

  • Takenaka Makiko

Strand 9 : A case study of an esd programme for college students in japan: pilot practice and evaluation

Strand 12 : Development of case method program for teacher education supporting the creation of lesson plans

  • Tala Suvi

Strand 5 : NOS ideas as cntextualized in the present science: nanomodelling as an example

  • Tanaka Midori

Strand 4 : Development and evaluation of a digital environmental learning game for children

  • Tao Ying

Strand 1 : Chinese and australian children’s understanding of the earth: a cross cultural study of conceptual development

  • Taramopoulos Athanasios

Strand 3 : Designing virtual experiments in electric circuits by high school students

  • Tarkin Aysegul

Strand 12 : Views on teaching of particulate nature of matter at macroscopic, symbolic and microscopic levels

  • Tasquier Giulia

Strand 3 : Toward a theoretical explanation of the interplay between the collective and the individual dynamics in physics learning

  • Tavares Fernando

Strand 1 : A hands-on project to address antibiotic resistance in high school

  • Tepner Oliver

Strand 3 : Using communication patterns for analysing classroom activities in chemistry

Strand 12 : Chemistry teachers’ content knowledge and its correlation to pedagogical content knowledge

  • Teresa Guerra-ramos M.

Strand 13 : Science teachers’ attitudes and percepctions related to practical work: a self report questionnaire

  • Teresa Guerra-ramos María

Strand 3 : Teaching and learning sequences for the study of electric energy at primary school

  • Tesch Maike

Strand 12 : Pre-service teacher training: bridging the gap between science and technology

  • Testa I.

Strand 9 : Transfer of a teaching-learning sequence from greek to italian school : do similarities in educational systems really help ?

  • Teteleva Ekaterina

Strand 2 : The secrets of outdoor games and the laws of kinematics

  • Theyßen Heike

Strand 10 : Experimental competencies in science : a comparison of assessment tools

  • Thillmann Hubertina

Strand 2 : Homework motivation and achievement in chemistry education

  • Tiberghien Andrée

Strand 6 : A comparative study of the semiosis process in physics teaching

  • Tİmur Betül

Strand 13 : In-service science teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge confidence levels and views about technology-rich environments

  • Tiong Seah Wee

Strand 2 : Mathematical and scientific wellbeing (m/swb): broadening the original construct

  • Tolga Aricak O.

Strand 10 : Development of scale for attitude towards physics course

  • Toplis Rob

Strand 12 : How science works: a longitudinal study of pre-service teachers’ field experiences of science curriculum change in England

  • Torres Joana

Strand 7 : Mass extinctions and loss of biodiversity: prior knowledge in science and literature high school students

  • Torres, J. Joana

Strand 6 : Questions in science textbooks: do they prompt students’ inquiry and problem-based learning ?

  • Tortosa Moreno Montserrat

Strand 3 : How secondary school students design, perform and explain experiments on the rate of reaction

  • Triquet Eric

Strand 14 : Fictional storybook as a scientific and epistemological question-building tool for primary school

Strand 14 : From fiction storybook to scientific modeling: an example in physics teaching at primary school

  • Trna Josef

Strand 4 : Influence of connectivism on science education with emphasis on experiments

  • Trnova Eva

Strand 4 : Influence of connectivism on science education with emphasis on experiments

  • Tsaparlis Georgios

Strand 3 : Types of intra- and intermolecular bonding: the case of general chemistry textbooks

  • Tsaparlis Georgios

Strand 4 : Comparative evaluation of lower-secondary physics textbooks: the role of science education

Strand 4 : The states-of-matter approach (soma) to high-school chemistry : textbook and evaluation by teachers

  • Tsoulos Georgios

Strand 4 : Comparative evaluation of lower-secondary physics textbooks: the role of science education

  • Tugba Kahyaoglu Zeynep

Strand 13 : Sources of science teaching self efficacy beliefs of experienced high school science teachers

  • Tunali Nermin

Strand 10 : Chemistry-specific language and how it influences understanding of chemistry content

  • Tuysuz Mustafa

Strand 12 : Views on teaching of particulate nature of matter at macroscopic, symbolic and microscopic levels

  • Tytler Russell

Strand 3 : Multi-theoretic approaches to understanding the science classroom

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

Strand 7 : A framework for considering cross-cultural exchanges as a way to develop reasoning about environmental socioscientific issues

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  • U. Fuchs Hans

Strand 2 : Force dynamic gestalt of natural phe- nomena: teaching the concept of energy

  • Uhden Olaf

Strand 3 : Mathematics in physics: analysis of students' difficulties

  • Uhlmann Stefan

Strand 3 : Pupils’ views about experiments in science

  • Uitto Anna

Strand 8 : The contribution of secondary school subject teachers to the education for sustainable development

  • Umdu Topsakal Unsal

Strand 3 : Students ideas about diagrams of a flower and a plant cell

  • Upmeier Zu Belzen Annette

Strand 5 : Determination of students’ model competence using open-ended and hands-on tasks

Strand 5 : Assessment of students’ concepts of models and modeling: empirical evaluation of a model of model competence

  • Urban-woldron Hildegard

Strand 13 : Integrating technology into pre-service physics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge

  • Urgelli Benoît

Strand 8 : Global warming: a case study of eight french teachers’ involvement in education for sustainable development

  • Uskola Araitz

Strand 7 : University students’ decision-making on an environmental problem

  • Uzuntiryaki Esen

Strand 2 : How are high school students’ epistemological beliefs related to their goal orientations ?

Strand 12 : Views on teaching of particulate nature of matter at macroscopic, symbolic and microscopic levels

  • Uzuntiryaki Kondakci Esen

Strand 2 : Predictors of chemistry self-efficacy among college students

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  • V. Aufschnaiter Claudia

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

  • V. Smith Dorothy

Strand 9 : Becoming a scientist means becoming a citizen

  • Valero Paola

Strand 13 : Developing networks to support science teachers work

  • Van Driel Jan

Strand 13 : Different models and methods to measure teachers' pedagogical content knowledge

  • Van Vorst Helena

Strand 2 : Characteristics of real life contexts and their influence on student interest in learning chemistry

  • Vartiainen Jenni

Strand 3 : Using kitchen stories as starting point for chemical instruction in high school

  • Vasconcelos Clara

Strand 6 : Questions in science textbooks: do they prompt students’ inquiry and problem-based learning ?

Strand 7 : Mass extinctions and loss of biodiversity: prior knowledge in science and literature high school students

Strand 8 : Biocentric reasoning in children: implications in science and environmental education

Strand 8 : School science and public awareness : a geological walk through time (foz do douro - porto, portugal)

  • Vázquez Alonso Angel

Strand 5 : Iberian-american students’ and teachers’ perceptions about gender effects in science

  • Vázquez Angel

Strand 5 : Assesment of the impact of sciences studies in understanding the nature of science in six countries

  • Vázquez–alonso Ángel

Strand 5 : Students’ understanding of the nature of science: a large scale trans-national comparison

Strand 5 : Teachers’ conceptions on nature of science : strengths, weaknesses and influence of teaching practice

  • Velentzas Athanasios

Strand 3 : The use of thought experiments in teaching physics. the case of the principle of equivalence

  • Venville Grady

Strand 1 : Chinese and australian children’s understanding of the earth: a cross cultural study of conceptual development

  • Vesterinen Veli-matti

Strand 2 : Evaluation of educational design methodology utilizing concept mapping

  • Victor Patricia

Strand 7 : Assessment of the efficiency of education for sustainable development in compulsory schooling: toward relevant indicators

  • Viiri Jouni

Strand 3 : An intervention for using multiple representations of mechanics in upper secondary school courses

Strand 6 : Classroom discourse types and students’ learning of an interaction diagram and newton’s third law

  • Vilaythong Thongloon

Strand 3 : Acting with pendulum – the process matters where the object also should

  • Viveiros Sara

Strand 8 : Urban and rural primary school pupil's conceptions about the respiratory system and smoking

  • Viviana Melo Lina

Strand 13 : The pedagogical content knowledge of secondary school physics teachers on electric fields

  • Vogelsang Christoph

Strand 13 : Pre-service physics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge in different teacher education programs

  • Von Aufschnaiter Claudia

Strand 3 : Investigating classroom activities: what kind of information do we get – and what do we miss ?

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  • Wackermann Rainer

Strand 3 : The effect of lesson duration (45 vs. 60 minutes) on quality of physics instruction

  • Wajeman Claire

Strand 1 : How 16 years old students deal with electricity concepts in inquiry situation ?

  • Waldrip Bruce

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

  • Walpuski Maik

Strand 3 : Researching experimental phases in chemistry education using video analysis

Strand 6 : How does the content-related quality of students’ statements influence the learning outcome ?

Strand 7 : Influence of external aspects on students’ evaluation and judgement competence in chemistry

  • Watzka Bianca

Strand 3 : Learning physics in daily life contexts: a concept for effective learning and teaching

  • Welzel-breuer Manuela

Strand 6 : The role of grammar in short verbalizations while autonomous science learning

Strand 11 : Self-determination as key for a cross-cultural computer-based learning environment

  • Weßnigk Susanne

Strand 2 : The potential of an out-of-school laboratory to improve the image of physics and chemistry

  • Wheeldon Ruth

Strand 1 : A typology of students’ kinetic views of chemical equilibrium systems

  • Wickman Per-olof

Strand 3 : Learning science through engaging with its epistemic representational practices

Strand 11 : Play with science in inquiry based science education

  • Wilbers Jens

Strand 2 : Implementation of inquiry-based learning in german school practice

  • Wilhelm Markus

Strand 3 : Which standards should textbooks meet to support competence oriented teaching ?

  • Wolgast Anett

Strand 12 : Assessing prospective teachers’ diagnostic competence

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  • Yakmacı-güzel Buket

Strand 7 : Turkish secondary school students’ views on socio-scientific issues: resolution requires action

  • Yamaguchi Etsuji

Strand 4 : A mobile computing system developed by digitising the fortune line method

Strand 12 : Practical study on argument skill improvement in pre-service teachers

  • Yamamoto Tomokazu

Strand 12 : Practical study on argument skill improvement in pre-service teachers

  • Yamanaka Atsuko

Strand 8 : Reexamination of how a science museum should be and its regeneration as a community-based museum

  • Yeo Jennifer

Strand 1 : Students’ sense-making of electromagnetic induction: a semiotic analysis

  • Yetisir M.i̇kbal

Strand 8 : An investigation of environmental risk perceptions of primary and science pre-service teachers

  • Yildiz Sema

Strand 8 : The turkish adaptation of the environmental education and ecological behavior questionnaire

  • Yilmaz Cakici

Strand 5 : Developing children’s views of the nature of science through role play

  • Yilmaz-tuzun Ozgul

Strand 12 : Pre-service science teachers perceptions related to epistemological world view and science teaching efficacy belief

  • Yogui Cristina

Strand 7 : Pondering deborah’s dilemma: assessing risk in scientific issues

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  • Z. Mugaloglu Ebru

Strand 5 : Prospective science teachers’ appreciation of science : the case of theory of evolution vs. intelligent design

  • Z. Mugaloglu Ebru

Strand 12 : Pre-service science teachers’ metacognitive awareness about lab instruction and their competency in inquiry lab design: the case of a lab applications course

  • Zaranis Nicholas

Strand 4 : Preschool science education with the use of ict : a case study

  • Zeki Yıldırım M.

Strand 7 : Investigation of primary school students’ attitudes towards technology

  • Zeyer Albert

Strand 2 : Brain type, sex differences, and motivation to learn science: a cross-cultural study

  • Zoupidis A.

Strand 1 : Causal relational reasoning of 5th graders using density in explaining floating-sinking phenomena