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Themes in Science and Technology Education

Sep 10, 2014 Volume 7, Number 1


AthanassiosMikropoulos, Tassos A. Jimoyiannis

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Supporting learning with weblogs in science education: A comparison of blogging and hand-written reflective writing with and without prompts

    Dominik Petko, Nives Egger & Marc Graber

    The goal of this study was to compare how weblogs and traditional hand-written reflective learning protocols compare regarding the use of cognitive and metacognitive strategies for knowledge... More

    pp. 3-17

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  2. Korthagen’s ALACT model: Application and modification in the science project “Kolumbus-Kids”

    Claas Wegner, Phillip Weber & Stephanie Ohlberger

    In order to improve one’s teaching in the long run, reflection on the lessons makes up an integral part in the process of developing a sufficient reflection competence. The problem, however, is how... More

    pp. 19-34

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  3. Investigating the differences between girls and boys regarding the factors of frustration, boredom and insecurity they experience during science lessons

    Claas Wegner, Friederike Strehlke & Phillip Weber

    Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are subjects comprising knowledge whose schooling is essential for every country striving after long-term economic success. Despite the... More

    pp. 35-45

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  4. School on Cloud: Towards a paradigm shift

    Kostis Koutsopoulos & Yannis Kotsanis

    This paper presents the basic concept of the EU Network School on Cloud: Namely, that present conditions require a new teaching and learning paradigm based on the integrated dimension of education,... More

    pp. 47-62

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