CBLIS Conference Proceedings 2010 Application of new technologies in science and education
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1 Adaptive individualized education in e-learning
Kostolányová, Kateřina Šarmanová, Jana Takacz, Ondřej,
This contribution deals with the proposal on a new learning model based on individual learning styles of students. It consists of three parts – The Student Module, Virtual Teacher Module and Adaptive ...
2 Algorithmics from early years
Jochemczyk, Wanda Olędzka, Katarzyna Samulska, Agnieszka,
We teach algorithmics at early stages of children development by means of various programming languages and ICT tools in order to develop their cognitive and mathematical skills. Computational thinkin...
3 An analysis of science teachers’ classroom discourse relating to the use of models and simulations in physics
Gnesdilow, Dana Smith, Garrett W. Puntambekar, Sadhana,
This case study provides an account of three teachers’ first attempts in implementing simulation experiments within a design-based inquiry science curriculum. We examined how three in-service teachers...
4 Consistency of an optics lesson including ICT at grade 8
El Hage, Suzane Becu-Robinault, Karine Buty, Christian,
This paper presents an analysis on the implementation of an ICT-based activity in a physics lesson about optics at grade 8 (lower secondary school). This activity aims at introducing the additive synt...
5 Creating digital learning objects to teach abstract ideas in modern physics and astronomy
Martin, Brian Brouwer, Wytse Austen, David,
Teaching modern physics and astronomy poses a daunting array of challenges. Many science curricula contain detailed outcomes and emphases which add to the complexity of this task, and increasingly we ...
6 Enquiry-based learning using pictures: the geograph project
Barker, Philip,
This paper discusses the rationale underlying enquiry-based learning in terms of problem-solving activity and the technical infrastructure needed to support it. Some of the issues underlying the imple...
7 Examining the combination of Physical and virtual experiments In an inquiry science classroom
Smith, Garrett W. Puntambekar, Sadhana,
Physical investigations and computer simulations have often been used independently in inquiry science classrooms. This study investigates the benefits of combining physical and virtual experiments wh...
8 Making summative online assessmenmt more secure: investigating time, content, and question type
Hench, Thomas Lee,
To date, online assessment has been widely used in the formative capacity, wherein the results of the assessment are not graded and the assessment may be retaken a specified number of times. In this c...
9 Measuring competences of pre-service science teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge
Taşar, Mehmet Fatih Timur, Betül,
The turn of the 21st century marked the beginning of a much common and widespread use of computer technologies in science classrooms and practically everywhere else because personal computer hardware ...
10 Modelling and data acquisition for continuing vocational training of upper secondary school physics teachers in pupil-active learning of superconductivity and electromagnetism based on minds-on simple experiments
Greczyło, Tomasz Bouquet, Frederic Dębowska, Ewa Esquembre, Francisco Farstad, Vegard Stornes Ireson...
The MOSEM2 project (MOdelling and data acquisition for continuing vocational training of upper secondary school physics teachers in pupil-active learning of Superconductivity and ElectroMagnetism base...