GIREP Conference 2008 Physics Curriculum Design, Development and Validation
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1 A hypothesis on the learning process as a basis for science curriculum development
Lemmer, Miriam Lemmer, Nico T.,
Misconceptions (also known as alternative conceptions) are a perennial problem in physics education. Research was focused worldwide on this, with limited successes achieved. The problem can be approac...
2 An innovative inquiry-oriented module on Thermal conductivity: design, development and application
Psillos, Dimitris Hatzikraniotis, Euripides Molohidis, Anastasios Kallery, Maria Petridou, Eleni,
In line with current trends about developing teaching learning sequences in science education we have designed an innovative inquiry oriented module aiming at providing secondary education students wi...
3 Biomedical physics and medical professionals: harmony or dissonance in study quality Improvement?
Karenauskaite, Violeta Balzekiene, Aiste Dikcius, Gintaras Rotomskis, Ricardas,
Following independence, Lithuania introduced changes into the health care and higher education sectors, in order to improve the quality of medical studies in the European context. While new subjects w...
4 Comparative teaching strategies In special relativity
Bisesi, Erica Michelini, Marisa,
The introduction of modern physics topics in secondary schools is one of the highest challenges in physics education. In this regard, a specific exercise has been carried out in the context of a dedic...
5 Computerized use of thinking journey mode of instruction as a means to enhance classroom argumentation and listen to students' egocentricity and change of students' conceptual understanding
Schur, Yaron Pensso, Haim Schwarz, Baruch B.,
The combination of the computerized Digalo (Schwarz & de Groot, 2007) as a graphical tool for representing argumentative moves in on-going e-discussions and the Thinking Journey (TJ) mode of instructi...
6 Design and development of a module about Optical properties of materials
Lombardi, Sara Monroy, Gabriella Sassi, Elena Testa, Italo,
The University of Naples has created a Local Working Group as a partnership of university researchers and school teachers. This group has developed and implemented a research-based teaching/learning M...
7 Designing and evaluating a research-based Teaching sequence for electrical capacitance
Guisasola, Jenaro Zubimendi, José L. Ceberio, Mikel Almudi, José M. Zuza, Kristina,
This presentation examines the didactic suitability of introducing a teaching sequence when teaching the concept of electrical capacitance in the context of charging a body. This short sequence target...
8 Developing outdoor physics projects using the activity theory framework
Popov, Oleg,
This paper presents the conceptualisation, implementation and evaluation of methodology of “outdoor physics” a project in science teacher education at Umeå University, Sweden (see http://outdoorphysic...
9 Do all bodies fall equally? On the importance of stating the area of validity in physics education
Lehavi, Yaron Galili, Igal,
Galileo's law of free fall, a corner stone of modern science, is usually accepted without any limits except the condition of vacuum. The present study, following the paradigm of educational reconstruc...
10 Effects of physical and virtual Experimentation on students conceptual Understanding in heat and temperature
Olympiou, Georgios Zacharia, Zacharias C. Papaevripidou, Marios Constantinou, Constantinos P.,
The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of Physical Manipulatives (PM), Virtual Manipulatives (VM), and two sequential combinations of PM and VM, on pre-service students’ understanding of ...