Tuesday, Wednesday 14:00 – 15:00, Room P2 (AA1P2)

1. Inquiry based science education
Exploring marine ecosystems with elementary students: a successful journey (#32)
Cláudia Faria, Raquel Gaspar, and Cátia Santos
Inquiry-based Learning Focused on Water Freezing (33#)
Marek Balážovič and Boris Tomášik
Characterization Map of Scientific Text: analysis of structural and rhetorical aspects of the scientific language (#34)
Salete Linhares Queiroz and Jane Raquel Silva Oliveira
Alternative pupil´s conceptions about photosynthesis and plant respiration by pupils of 6th grade of lower secondary school (#38)
Katerina Svandova
Creativity and motivation in physics education (#40)
Marcela Chovancova
Home Experiments of Pupils and Students - a Way to Increase the Interest of Young People in Physics, Engineering and Science (#42)
Ivan Banik, Marcela Chovancova, and Gabriela Pavlendova
Implications for Instruction in Inclined Plane Hands-On Experiment (#52)
Yun-Ju Chiu and Feng-Yi Chen
Classification and Measurement as a Tool for Inquiry-based Approach in Science Education (#70)
Mária Orolínová
Learning materials science and technology with hands-on activities (#76)
Carmen Perez Perez, Benito Vazquez Dorrio, and Antonio Collazo Fernandez
Investigate the Shadows of the objects: a pedagogical intervention project with primary school children (#108)
Paulo Balça Varela
Process analysis of approach of an activity in physical with children of pre-school education: the "Balloon-Rocket" (#109)
Paulo Varela
Scientific Research Projects in Vocational Training Schools (#119)
Zita Esteves and Manuel F. M. Costa
Regulation of gene expression - using gene reporters lacZ and mCherry to assess the response of the lactose operon promoter to catabolite repression and positive induction (#133)
Cátia Soares, Sofia Camarinha, and Susana Pereira
Experience in using inquiry-based method in chemistry teaching (#152)
Mária Ganajová and Milena Kristofová
2. Pre-service and in-service science teacher training
Learning science process skills via CPD designed module (#63)
Katarina Kotulakova
Interest in the science the breakpoint (#85)
Juraj Slabeycius, Peter Hanisko, and Daniel Polcin
The teacher of chemistry and the creation of test items (#112)
Tereza Kudrnová and Renata Šulcová
An example of interdisciplinarity: physics, chemistry and mathematics merge with biology and geology in an urban field trip (#115)
Lídia Guimarães, A. Mário Almeida, Ricardo Rodrigues dos Santos, and Manuel F. Costa
Is it necessary a force for an object to move? (#116)
Alcina Rito, Rui Vila-Chã, A. Mário Almeida, and Manuel F. Costa
Innovation in State curriculum and teaching natural sciences in lower secondary education in Slovakia (#XYZ)
Mária Siváková, Peter Kelecsényi, Mariana Páleníková
3. Popularization of science in society
NABOJ - International mathematical competition for high school students (#51)
Róbert Hajduk
An annual hands-on science competition (#75)
Salvador Rodríguez, Raquel Vergara, Benito V. Dorrío
Development of positive attitudes towards science at the children summer camp (#80)
Jana Raganová, Martin Hruška, Mária Beniačiková, and Katarína Krišková (#80)
Engaging Parents Involved in their Children's Learning through Hands-on Science Activities (#81)
Yi-Ting Cheng, Huey-Por Chang, and Wen-Yu Chang
Popularisation of chemistry among the inhabitants of Gdansk region (#88)
MaBgorzata Czaja, Bo|ena Karawajczyk, and Marek Kwiatkowski
Complex interpretation of quality in economic higher education in Hungary (#103)
Judit Bernadett Vágány and Judit Kárpáti-Daróczi
Statistical Analysis on Three Hands-on Science National Science Fairs in Portugal (#113)
Zita Esteves and Manuel F. M. Costa
Biocientistas De Palmo E Meio - Hands-On Science For Pre-Schoolers At The Department Of Biology Of University Of Minho (#135)
Cristina Almeida Aguiar, Maria Judite Almeida, Maria Teresa Almeida, Andreia Gomes, and Sandra Paiva
A science activity guided by children at pre-school level: from a string to a pendulum (#114)
Maria Fátima Sá Machado, Marta Marques, Paulo Machado, Manuel F. Costa, and A. Mário Almeida
Aqua Kids Science Club-Mediterranean Sea (#201)
Nilgün Erentay
Aqua Kids Science Club- The Sea Of Marmara (#202)
Nilgün Erentay
Aqua Kids Science Club-Demre Çayağzı Karaemlik River (#203)
Nilgün Erentay
4. Digital technologies in education
Web-developer s Toolkit: Teaching Web-development at Ternopil National Technical University (#126)
Iryna Berezovska, Anatoly Solovyov, and Oleksandr Matsyuk