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DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Proceedings

Symposium Proceedings

All papers will be published in the symposium proceedings book, which also will be included in InterDok database.

http://www.interdok.com/

Selected papers from the symposium will be published in a 'Journal of Baltic Science Education'.

http://www.jbse.webinfo.lt/journal.htm

List of Accepted Papers for Symposium Proceedings

1. Boris Aberšek. NATURALE THINKING MECHANISM AND COMPUTER INTELLIGENCE IN eLEARNING PROCESS

2. Meryem Nur Aydede, Teoman Kesercioglu. THE EFFECT OF ACTIVE LEARNING BASED ACTIVITIES ON STUDENTS’ VİEWS ABOUT SCİENTİFİC KNOWLEDGE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL EIGHT GRADE SCIENCE COURSE

3. Edson Rodrigues Santana, Glades Serra, Agnaldo Arroio. COMICS AS A CULTURAL TOOL TO MAKING MEANING INTO THE SCIENCE CLASSROOM

4. Dirceu Donizetti Dias De Souza, Agnaldo Arroio. ARGUMENT ANALYSIS OF SCHOLAR-SCIENTIFIC GENRES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TOULMIN´S MODEL

5. Renata Bilbokaitė. SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS VISUALIZATION IN THE EDUCATIVE PROCESS: ASPECT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION

6. Renata Bilbokaitė. THE USE OF COMPUTER BASED VISUALIZATION IN SCIENCE CLASSES: THE ASPECT OF STUDENTS’ INTEREST IN LEARNING

7. Martin Bílek. POSSIBILITIES OF REAL AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION IN PRIMARY CHEMISTRY EDUCATION

8. Andris Broks. ONTODIDACTICS WITHIN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN NATURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

9. Věra Čížková, Hana Čtrnáctová, Tereza Nečesaná. INCREASING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ECOLOGICAL EDUCATION THROUGH INTERACTIVE TASKS

10. Svetlana Ganina, Ly Sõõrd, Henn Voolaid. THE EFFECT OF DISPERSED DATA PROBLEMS AND THE BINARY EQUIVALENT SOLVING METHOD ON PHYSICS STUDYING EFFICIENCY

11. Janis Gedrovics, Dagnija Cedere, Daina Mozeika. HOW LATVIAN STUDENTS UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF SUBSTANCE CHANGES: LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH 1998 - 2008

12. Ľubomír Held, Kristína Žoldošová. The Analysis of Aspects Bearing on a Continual Process of Science Education Forming - The Slovak Case

13. Adam Hibszer, Mariola Tracz. TRAINING AND ADDITIONAL SCHOOLING OF THE SCIENCE TEACHERS IN POLAND AFTER CHANGES IN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

14. Lolita Jonāne. DIDACTICAL FRACTAL AS A MODEL FOR SCIENCE TEACHERS’ SYSTEMIC VISION DEVELOPMENT

15. Veronika Kainzová, Jan Říha. FINAL EVALUATION OF PUPILS´ PRE-CONCEPTS AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

16. Viktor Khvalyuk, Elena Vasilevskaya, Igor Shimanovich. REFORM THE STRUCTURE AND CONTENT OF SCHOOL CHEMICAL EDUCATION IN REPUBLIC OF BELARUS

17. Metka Kordigel Aberšek. INTEGRATED NATURAL SCIENCE EDUCATION AND CHILDREN'S FICTION: AN OPENED QUESTION

18. Ralph Levinson and Melissa Rodd. PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ CONCEPTIONS OF RISK: A PILOT STUDY

19. Danuše Nezvalova. USING PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT IN SCIENCE TEACHER TRAINING

20. Danuše Nezvalova, Vincentas Lamanauskas, Zhelyazka D. Raikova, Feyzi Osman Pekel, Nicos Valanides. THE TRAINING MODULES FOR IMPROVING QUALITY OF SCIENCE TEACHER PREPARATION: METHODOLOGICAL, PROCEDURAL, AND DIDACTICAL ISSUES

21. Myralena Perri, Nicos Valanides. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF SOUND

22. Myralena Perri, Nicos Valanides. PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF AIR AND ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE: AN EFFORT TO PROMOTE CONCEPTUAL CHANGE

23. Anda Priksane, Jazeps Logins, Dagnija Cedere. FACTORS AFFECTING HEALTH SCIENCE STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

24. Jan Říha, Lukáš Richterek, František Látal, Ivo Vyšín. SOFTWARE MATHEMATICA AND OTHER TOOLS IN TEACHING PHYSICS

25. Teresa Sadoń-Osowiecka. CONSTRUCTING GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE AT POLISH GRAMMAR SCHOOL POSSIBILITIES & NEGLECTS

26. Michael Schallies. TEACHER – SCIENTIST – PARTNERSHIPS (TSP): A TOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN SCIENCE EDUCATION

27. Aarne Tõldsepp. THE MATHEMATICAL AND LOGICAL APPROACHES TO R&D WORK OF COMPILING CURRICULA FOR CHEMISTRY EDUCATION

28. Józefina Turło, Grzegorz Karwasz, Krzysztof Służewski, Andrzej Karbowski, Katarzyna Przegięta. INTRODUCTION OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE ELEMENTS FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

29. Mateja Ploj Virtic, Mateja Psunder. THE INTEGRATION OF E-LEARNING INTO THE STUDY PROCESS

30. P John Williams. A CRITIQUE OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENGINEERING STUDIES IN AN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL SYSTEM

31. Aleksandr Bulatov, Gitana Kadžienė. STUDYING OF VISUAL ILLUSIONS IN OPTOMETRIC EDUCATION

32. Alfredas Lankauskas, Aurelija Pelanskienė. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY EDUCATION: WHY WE MUST LEARN MORE ABOUT HYDROGEN FUEL CELL


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