Couso, Digna

Contributions from Science Education Research

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Table of contents

1. Students’ Interest In Learning Science

1. Interest in Science: Lessons and non-lessons from TIMSS and PISA
Peter J. Fensham

2. Research-based Innovative Units for Enhancing Student Cognitive Outcomes and Interest in Science
David F. Treagust

3. Girls and Physics: Dilemmas and Tensions
Elizabeth Whitelegg, Patricia Murphy, Christina Hart

2. Science Education Research: New Approaches and Links to Practice

4. Contested Territory: The Actual and Potential Impact of Research on Teaching and Learning Science on Students’ Learning
John Leach

5. Studying Science Teaching Practices in Relation to Learning: Time Scales of Teaching Phenomena
Andrée Tiberghien, Christian Buty

6. The Potential of Video Studies in Research on Teaching and Learning Science
Maja Brückmann, Reinders Duit, Maike Tesch, Hans Fischer, Alexander Kauertz, Thomas Reyer, Bernhard Gerber, Birte Knierim, Peter Labudde

3. Science Teachers’ Knowledge, Practice and Education

7. Pedagogical Content Knowledge: What Does it Mean to Science Teachers?
John Loughran, Amanda Berry, Pamela Mulhall

8. Science Teachers’ PCK and Teaching Practice: Learning to Scaffold Students’ Open-inquiry Learning
Onno de Jong, A.E. van der Valk

9. Physics in Context – A program for Improving Physics Instruction in Germany
Reinders Duit, Silke Mikelskis-Seifert, Christoph T. Wodzinski

10. The Relationship of Capability Beliefs and Teaching Environments of New Danish Elementary Teachers of Science to Teaching Success
Annemarie M. Andersen, SØren Dragsted, Robert H. Evans, Helene SØrensen

11. A Beginners’ Module of Integrated Natural Science for Secondary Teacher Students: The result of an Educational Reconstruction Process over Three Iterations
Albert Zeyer, Manuela Welzel

4. Learning and Understanding Science

12. Learning Process Studies
Hans Niedderer, Marion Budde, Damien Givry, Dimitris Psillos, Andrée Tiberghien

13. Meaning Construction and Contextualization While Solving a Dynamics Task in the Laboratory
Carlos Reigosa, MarÍa P. Jiménez-Aleixandre

14. Development of a Model of Formative Assessment
Terry Russell, Linda McGuigan

15. Memorisation of Information from Scientific Movies
Bülent Pekdag, Jean-François Le Maréchal

5. Teaching and Learning Scientific Concepts

16. Micro-organisms: Everyday Knowledge Predates and Contrasts with School Knowledge
Milena Bandiera

17. Using the Processes of Electrical Charge of Bodies as a Tool in the Assessment of University Students’ Learning in Electricity
Jenaro Guisasola, José L. Zubimendi, José M. Almudí, Mikel Ceberio

18. Representation and Learning about Evaporation
Russell Tytler, Vaughan Prain

19. Learning from the History and Philosophy of Science: Deficiencies in Teaching the Macroscopic Concepts of Substance and Chemical Change
M. Consuelo Domínguez-Sales, Carles Furió-Más, Jenaro Guisasola

6. Innovative Teaching–Learning Environments in Science Education

20. Non-Formal Science Teaching and Learning
Ivo Cáp

21. Adults’ Understanding of Analogy-based Exhibits in an Interactive Science Museum
Ana S. Afonso, John K. Gilbert

22. The Puppets Project: Using Puppets to Promote Engagement and Talk in Science
Stuart Naylor, Brenda Keogh, Brigid Downing, Jane Maloney, Shirley Simon

23. Inquiring the Inquiry Laboratory in High School
Mira Kipnis, Avi Hofstein

24. Developing Students’ Views on the Nature of Science through Non-traditional Writing-to-Learn Experiences in the Science Classroom
Tili Wagner, Tamar Levin

7. Models and Modelling in Science Education

25. Towards a Validated Conception of Scientific Models
Jan H. van Driel, A.E. van der Valk

26. The Development of Elementary Students’ Understanding of Complex Ecosystems Through a Model-Based Approach
Marios Papaevripidou, Constantinos P. Constantinou, Zacharias C. Zacharia

27. Effects of Model-Based Teaching on the Durability of Pre-Service Physics Teachers’ Conceptions of Lunar Events
Feral Ogan-Bekiroglu

28. Learning and Teaching about Ecosystems Based on Systems Thinking and Modelling in an Authentic Practice
René Westra, Kerst Boersma, Arend J. Waarlo, Elwin Savelsbergh

8. Discourse and Argumentation in Science Education

29. Argumentation and the Learning of Science
Claudia von Aufschnaiter, Sibel Erduran, Jonathan Osborne, Shirley Simon

30. Students’ Argumentation in Group Discussions on a Socio-Scientific Issue
Virginie Albe

31. Exemplary Teaching of Argumentation: A Case Study of Two Science Teachers
Sibel Erduran, Zoubeida R. Dagher

32. What Can We Learn from a Study of Argumentation in the Students Answers and Group Discussion to Open Physics Problems?
Marina Castells, Juan Enciso, Josep M. Cerveró, Pere López, Modesto Cabellos

9. Teaching and Learning Science Using Multimedia and Computer Tools

33. Evaluating Students’ Multimedia Science Design Projects in the Elementary Classroom
Yasmin B. Kafai, Katherine A. Muir Welsh

34. Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Inquiry Learning: Four Approaches under Common Aspects
Thorsten Bell, Sascha Schanze, Wolfgang Gräber, James D. Slotta, Doris Jorde, H. B. Berg, T. StrØmme, Anja Neumann, Sigmar-Olaf Tergan, Robert H. Evans

35. Visualizing the Quantum Atom
A. Kontogeorgiou, J. Bellou, Tassos A. Mikropoulos

36. Evaluation of the Hypermedia Learning Environment “Physics for Medical Students” Within two Different Settings
Heike Theyßen, Monika Hüther

37. The Role of Language in Learning Physics with Computer-based Multimedia
Thorid Rabe, Helmut F. Mikelskis


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