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Contributions from science education research

Author: Roser Pintó; Digna Couso; European Science Education Research Association. International Conference
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

In August 2005, over 500 researchers from the field of science education met at the 5th European Science Education Research Association conference.


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roser Pintó; Digna Couso; European Science Education Research Association. International Conference
ISBN: 9781402050312 1402050313
OCLC Number: 124038063
Notes: Edited papers from the 5th European Science Education Research Association conference held August 2005 in Barcelona, Spain.
Description: xix, 518 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Students' Interest In Learning Science.- Interest in Science: Lessons and non-lessons from TIMSS and PISA.- Research-based Innovative Units for Enhancing Student Cognitive Outcomes and Interest in Science.- Girls and Physics: Dilemmas and Tensions.- Science Education Research: New Approaches and Links to Practice.- Contested Territory: The Actual and Potential Impact of Research on Teaching and Learning Science on Students' Learning.- Studying Science Teaching Practices in Relation to Learning: Time Scales of Teaching Phenomena.- The Potential of Video Studies in Research on Teaching and Learning Science.- Science Teachers' Knowledge, Practice and Education.- Pedagogical Content Knowledge: What Does it Mean to Science Teachers?.- Science Teachers' PCK and Teaching Practice: Learning to Scaffold Students' Open-inquiry Learning.- Physics in Context - A program for Improving Physics Instruction in Germany.- The Relationship of Capability Beliefs and Teaching Environments of New Danish Elementary Teachers of Science to Teaching Success.- A Beginners' Module of Integrated Natural Science for Secondary Teacher Students: The result of an Educational Reconstruction Process over Three Iterations.- Learning and Understanding Science.- Learning Process Studies.- Meaning Construction and Contextualization While Solving a Dynamics Task in the Laboratory.- Development of a Model of Formative Assessment.- Memorisation of Information from Scientific Movies.- Teaching and Learning Scientific Concepts.- Micro-organisms: Everyday Knowledge Predates and Contrasts with School Knowledge.- Using the Processes of Electrical Charge of Bodies as a Tool in the Assessment of University Students' Learning in Electricity.- Representation and Learning about Evaporation.- Learning from the History and Philosophy of Science: Deficiencies in Teaching the Macroscopic Concepts of Substance and Chemical Change.- Innovative Teaching-Learning Environments in Science Education.- Non-Formal Science Teaching and Learning.- Adults' Understanding of Analogy-based Exhibits in an Interactive Science Museum.- The Puppets Project: Using Puppets to Promote Engagement and Talk in Science.- Inquiring the Inquiry Laboratory in High School.- Developing Students' Views on the Nature of Science through Non-traditional Writing-to-Learn Experiences in the Science Classroom.- Models and Modelling in Science Education.- Towards a Validated Conception of Scientific Models.- The Development of Elementary Students' Understanding of Complex Ecosystems Through a Model-Based Approach.- Effects of Model-Based Teaching on the Durability of Pre-Service Physics Teachers' Conceptions of Lunar Events.- Learning and Teaching about Ecosystems Based on Systems Thinking and Modelling in an Authentic Practice.- Discourse and Argumentation in Science Education.- Argumentation and the Learning of Science.- Students' Argumentation in Group Discussions on a Socio-Scientific Issue.- Exemplary Teaching of Argumentation: A Case Study of Two Science Teachers.- What Can We Learn from a Study of Argumentation in the Students Answers and Group Discussion to Open Physics Problems?.- Teaching and Learning Science Using Multimedia and Computer Tools.- Evaluating Students' Multimedia Science Design Projects in the Elementary Classroom.- Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Inquiry Learning: Four Approaches under Common Aspects.- Visualizing the Quantum Atom.- Evaluation of the Hypermedia Learning Environment "Physics for Medical Students" Within two Different Settings.- The Role of Language in Learning Physics with Computer-based Multimedia.
Responsibility: edited by Roser Pint́́́ó, Digna Couso.


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