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Our editorial policy on this web site is to publish science education dissertation abstracts from European universities. We also publish abstracts from non-European countries if a thesis has been supervised or written by an ESERA member.

Problem solving in physics in small groups. Contributions and difficulties : A thesis by Leonidas Gomatos (in French)

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Has the introduction of ICT and TPE in French secondary schools resulted in a shifting of roles for teachers involved? A case study concerning physics teachers

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Coherence of light and interference : students’ reasoning and historical difficulties

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Predicting and explaining the evolution of chemical systems Observation of the implementation of a new chemistry curriculum in the final year of higher secondary education, reactions of the teachers and students confronted with the introduction of the evolution of chemical systems.

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Teachers’ activities for structuring students’ knowledge after autonomous chemistry laboratory work

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Effects of the use of the surface charge theory-based approach to understanding of direct current circuits in university studies

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You are hereby invited to help us build up a bank of European science education abstracts of doctoral theses. You may submit an abstract of your own dissertation, or encourage your colleagues or students to do so.

Our editorial policy on this web site is to publish science education dissertation abstracts from European universities. We also publish abstracts from non-European countries if a thesis has been supervised or written by an ESERA member. Guidelines for writing a dissertation abstract

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