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TIG : Language education
LANGUAGE EDUCATION TIG PROGRAMME 23rd April 2021 Online meeting 15.00-15.10 Welcome. Meet and Greet Language Education TIG Participants Anna Vallbona (University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia) and Karmen Johansson (University of Gothenburg). TIG leaders. Language Education TIG Presentations 15.10-15.40 The… Read More ›
Theme May: #distancelearning
Fun activites for class Zooms! Add an idea, tsk an idea! https://t.co/bClkSRoH8Q Thanks to @barbsaka #remotelearning #edchat #onlineteaching #distancelearning — 𝙎𝙝𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙮 𝙎𝙖𝙣𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙯 💡 (@ShellTerrell) April 27, 2020 We invite you to share experiences of distance learning! Please link under comments… Read More ›
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How to visit a Museum?
Mart Ottenheim, Monique Hoogenboom Abstract Visiting a museum with primary school students can be a strong learning experience for them. This study presents a model of how a visit to a museum must be organised. Focussing on embedding the visit… Read More ›
Does integrated science education improve scientific literacy?
Laura Tamassia, Renaat Frans Abstract In Flanders, a choice has been made for the integrated school subject ‘Natural Sciences’, in ‘science for all’ secondary school trajectories, and for the three separate subjects biology, physics and chemistry, in trajectories for the… Read More ›
What can Narrative contribute to Students’ Understanding of Scientific Concepts, e.g. Evolution Theory?
Jörg Zabel, Harald Gropengiesser Abstract This paper focuses on the role of a so-called ‘narrative mode of thought’ (Bruner 1996) for meaning making in the science classroom. We present results from a study in lower secondary school (age 12-13 ys.),… Read More ›
Science teachers’ foreground for continued professional development
Peer S. Daugbjerg Abstract There is a lack of studies that are dedicated to qualify our understanding of the significance of lived experiences as well as foregrounds for science teachers’ participation in professional development. Seven Danish science teachers were interviewed… Read More ›