Full Programme

GIREP-MPTL 2018 | Research and Innovation in Physics education: two sides of the same coin
Full programme


Monday, 09 JUL
Miramar Palace
09:00
10:15
Registration
10:15
11:15
Opening ceremony
11:15
11:45
Coffee Break
12:00
13:00
Lecture
Gorazd Planinšič
13:00
14:30
Lunch
Engineering School
Room A
2.1
A
2.2
A
2.3
A
2.4
A
2.5
A
3.2
A
3.3
A
3.4
A
3.6
15:00
16:30
L1
W1
L6
S1
L3
O2
L1
O1
L2
O11
L2
S3
L1
O7
L3
O6
L7
O1
16:30
17:00
Coffee Break
17:00
18:00
L1
P1
L2
P1
L6
P1
Room A
2.1
A
2.3
18:00
19:00
GIREP National Representative Meeting GTG Leaders Meeting
Tuesday, 10 JUL
Musikene
09:00
10:00
Lecture
Claudio Fazio
10:00
10:15
Pause
10:15
11:15
Dialogue 1
Physics Teachers Education
Engineering School
11:15
11:45
Coffee Break
Room A
2.1
A
2.2
A
2.3
A
2.4
A
2.5
A
3.2
A
3.3
A
3.4
A
3.6
Lab.
6.1
12:00
13:30
L6
O4
L3
S1
L1
O6
L4
O1
L3
O12
L7
O3
L2
O5
L2
W6


IW1
13:30
15:00
Lunch
15:00
16:30
L5
O3
L3
O4
L2
S2
L6
O1
L5
W1
L1
S3
L1
O3
L2
O2
L1
S1
16:30
17:00
Coffee Break
17:00
18:00
L1
P2
L2
P2
L3
P1
L4
P1
L5
P1
City Hall
19:00
20:00
Welcome reception
Wednesday, 11 JUL
Musikene
09:00
10:00
Lecture
Terhi Mäntylä
10:00
10:15
Pause
10:15
11:15
Dialogue 2
Physics Education Research
Engineering School
11:15
11:45
Coffee Break
Room A
2.1
A
2.2
A
2.3
A
2.4
A
2.5
A
3.2
A
3.3
A
3.4
A
3.6
Lab.
6.1
12:00
13:30

IW2
L2
O6
L1
O4
L6
S2
L7
O2
L3
W1
L1
S2
L2
O2
L2
O8

IW3
13:30
14:30
Lunch
Room A
2.4
A
2.5
13:45
14:45
Working lunch
European Projects corner
Working lunch
Early Career Topical Discussions
14:45 Excursion -
The Flysch
Thursday, 12 JUL
Musikene
09:00
10:00
Lecture
Trinh Bá Tran
10:00
10:15
Pause
10:15
11:15
Lecture
Antxon Santamaría
Engineering School
11:15
11:45
Coffee Break
Room A
2.2
A
2.3
A
2.4
A
2.5
A
3.2
A
3.3
A
3.4
A
3.6
12:00
13:30
L2
O10
L2
S1
L3
O5
L6
IW4
L5
O1
L2
W1
L1
O5
L1
O8
13:30
15:00
Lunch
15:00
16:30
L2
O7
L6
O2
L7
O4
L3
O1
L1
O10
L1
O2
L2
W2
L2
S4
16:30
17:00
Coffee Break
Room Guillermo Martínez room
17:00
18:00
GIREP Assembly
Petritegi Cider House
Evening Conference dinner
Friday, 13 JUL
Musikene
09:00
10:00
Lecture
Mila Kryjevskaia
10:00
10:15
Pause
Engineering School
Room A
2.2
A
2.3
A
2.4
A
2.5
A
3.2
A
3.3
A
3.4
A
3.6
10:15
12:00
L6
O3
L5
O2
L3
O3
L2
O1
L2
O3
L2
O4
L1
O9
L4
O2
12:30
13:30
Closing Ceremony
13:30
15:00
Farewell cocktail
Presentation type
  • D: Dialogue
  • GTG: GIREP Thematic Groups
  • IW: Invited Workshop
  • L: Lecture
  • O: Single Oral
  • P: Poster
  • S: Symposium
  • W: Workshop

Topics
  • L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
  • L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
  • L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
  • L4: Physics education in non-formal teaching
  • L5: Physics into STEM
  • L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
  • L7: Nature of Science, gender and socio-cultural issues in physics education







Presenting author is marked in bold.

Monday, 9 JUL
Miramar Palace - Room Hall
09:00-10:15 | Registration
09:00-10:15

Registration

Miramar Palace - Room Baroja
10:15-11:00 | Opening Ceremony
10:15-11:00

Opening Ceremony
Mr. Jenaro GISASOLA, Chair of the GIREP-MPTL Conference 2018
Mrs. Nekane BALLUERKA, Dean of UPV/EHU
Mrs. Marisa MICHELINI, President of Girep
Mr. Adolfo MORAIS, Deputy Minister of college and investigation of Basque Gobernment
Mr. Roberto NARDI, President of Physics Educaion Comission of IUPAP
Dr. David SANDS, Representative of the European Physics Society
Mr. Xabier OSTOLAZA, Director of the Engineering School of Guipúzcoa

Miramar Palace - Room Baroja
11:00 | GIREP MEDAL. Relevant contributions in innovation and research in physics education
Miramar Palace - Room Hall
11:15-11:45 | Coffee Break
11:15-11:45

Coffee Break

Miramar Palace - Room Baroja
12:00-13:00 Lecture | L1 Chairperson: Marisa MICHELINI
12:00-13:00

Experiments as building blocks of knowledge

Gorazd PLANINSIC
Department of Physics, Faculty for Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana
Miramar Palace - Room Hall
13:00-14:30 | Lunch
13:00-14:30

Engineering School - Room
15:00-16:10 Single Oral Presentation | O11 Chairperson: Ibon ALONSO
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
15:00-15:20

Combining strategies to make General Physics lectures more attractive and to improve students’ performances

Gabriel A. LÓPEZ , Jon SÁENZ , Iraultza UNZUETA , Aritz LEONARDO , Ibon ALONSO , Santos J. GONZÁLEZ ROJÍ, Íñigo GONZÁLEZ DE ARRIETA , Jon LAFUENTE , Telmo ECHÁNIZ , Noelia DE LA PINTA , Peio GARCIA GOIRICELAYA, Jesus MARTINEZ PERDIGUERO, Idoia G. GURTUBAY
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)
15:20-15:40

A haptic approach to spherical vibration modes

Malte UBBEN
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster: Institut für Didaktik der Physik
15:40-16:00

Discovery Cycle as Strategy of Science Teaching

Alejandro GONZÁLEZ Y HERNÁNDEZ, Maria del Pilar SEGARRA ALBERÚ
Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
16:00-16:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.1
15:00-16:30 Workshop | W1
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
15:00-16:30

Teaching energy focusing on transfers and fields

Kristin FIEDLER, Marcus KUBSCH
IPN - Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education at Kiel University
Engineering School - Room A 2.2
15:00-16:30 Symposium | S1: Physics in your Pocket Samrtphones and Physics Experiments
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning

Physics in your Pocket Smartphones and Physics Experiments

Manuel GONZÁLEZ DELGADO
Universidad de Valladolid

Physics experiments using simultaneously several smartphone sensors

Martín MONTEIRO, Cecilia STARI, Arturo MARTI
Universidad ORT, Universidad de la República

Mobile Devices as Experimental Tools: Five Empirical Studies on Students’ Learning in Mechanics

Pascal KLEIN, Sebastian BECKER, Jochen KUHN
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

Smartphone Experiments beyond Newtonian Mechanics

Dominik DORSEL, Sebastian STAACKS, Christoph STAMPFER, Simon HÜTZ, Heidrun HEINKE
Institute of Physics II, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Physics I, RWTH Aachen University

School-work experiences with Smartphone APPs

Daniele BUONGIORNO, Marisa MICHELINI
University of Udine, Physics Education Research Unit
Engineering School - Room A 2.3
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Marisa MICHELINI
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
15:00-15:20

The Transformer as a Knowledge Integration Tool For Teaching Electromagnetism

Menashe PUTERKOVSKY, Yaron LEHAVI
Lev Academic Center, The Weizmann Institute of Science
15:20-15:40

A transversal educational proposal for prospective primary teachers: the theme of Time

Marisa MICHELINI, Francesca MONTI, Emaniela VIDIC, Giacomo BOZZO
Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics, University of Udine , Department of Computer Science, University of Verona
15:40-16:00

Introduction of the concept of probability in physics for the training of physics teachers

Isabel GARZON BARRAGAN, Nestor MÉNDEZ HINCAPIÉ
Universidad Pedagógica Nacional
16:00-16:20

Introducing an Innovative Approach of Teaching the Standard Model of Particle Physics at High School

Philipp LINDENAU, Michael KOBEL
Technische Universität Dresden
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.4
15:00-16:25 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Mario-Humberto RAMÍREZ-DÍAZ
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
15:00-15:15

The Einstein box for skills development in preschool in Mexico

Mario Humberto RAMÍREZ DÍAZ
IPN
15:15-15:30

Physics and Tablets in Preschool

Andreas REDFORS, Marie FRIDBERG, Agneta JONSSON, Susanne THULIN
Kristianstad University
15:30-15:45

Light pollution – an interesting context for teaching and learning optics

Claudia HAAGEN
University of Graz, Institute of Physics, Department of Physics Education
15:45-16:00

Promoting physics teaching through student centered activities

Maria Jose BARATA DE ALMEIDA, Marta SÁ, António PIRES, João TREMOÇO, Décio MARTINS
CFisUC, Department of Physics, University of Coimbra, Agrupamento de Escolas de Pombal, Agrupamento de Escolas de Coimbra Centro
16:00-16:15

New teaching of quantum mechanics in high school

Efraim Y. WEISSMAN, Avi MERZEL, Nadav KATZ, Igal GALILI
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
16:15-16:25

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.2
15:00-16:30 Symposium | S3: Calculus in Physics
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University

Calculus in physics

Paul VAN KAMPEN
School of Physical Sciences & CASTeL, Dublin City University

Students' use and understanding of integration in intermediate electromagnetism

Leanne DOUGHTY, Paul VAN KAMPEN
School of Education and Human Development, School of Physical Sciences & CASTeL, Dublin City University

dx versus Δx - more than a translation to Greek

Mieke DE COCK, Mossy KELLY, Jenaro GUISASOLA, Kristina ZUZA, Paul VAN KAMPEN
KU Leuven, Department of Physics and Astronomy & LESEC, School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Department of Applied Physics, School of Physical Sciences & CASTeL, Dublin City University

Investigating students' difficulties with differential equations in physics

Diarmaid HYLAND, Brien NOLAN, Paul VAN KAMPEN
School of Mathematical Sciences & CASTeL, Dublin City University, School of Physical Sciences & CASTeL, Dublin City University

Blending of mathematics and physics: student difficulties with boundary conditions for the diffusion equation

Sofie VAN DEN EYNDE, Martin GOEDHART, JOHAN DEPREZ, Mieke DE COCK
KU Leuven, Department of Physics and Astronomy & LESEC, University of Groningen: Institute for Science Education and Communication, Faculty of Science and Engineering, , KU Leuven, Department of Mathematics
Engineering School - Room A 3.3
15:00-16:10 Single Oral Presentation | O7 Chairperson: Italo TESTA
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
15:00-15:20

Investigating the interplay of practical work and visual representations on students’ misconceptions: the case of seasons

Silvia GALANO, Francesca MONTI, Giacomo BOZZO, Claudia DAFFARA, Italo TESTA, Arturo COLANTONIO
School of Science and Technology, University of Camerino, Computer Science Department, University of Verona (Italy)., Department of Physics “E. Pancini”, University
15:20-15:40

The Role of graphs in IBL study of study of optical diffraction by secondary students

Alberto STEFANEL, Daniele BUONGIORNO, Marisa MICHELINI
Research Unit in Physics Education, University of Udine
15:40-16:00

Results of a Design-Based-Research study to improve students’ understanding of simple electric circuits

Jan - Philipp BURDE, Thomas WILHELM
Department for Physics Education Research, Goethe University Frankfurt
16:00-16:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.4
15:00-16:10 Single Oral Presentation | O6 Chairperson: Gabi LORENZO
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
15:00-15:20

Lights and shadows in Physics teaching using laboratory-based practice. Approaches to educational research

Gabi LORENZO, Alberto LESCANO, Germán SÁNCHEZ
Universidad de Buenos Aires - CONICET, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Universidad Nacional del Litoral- CONICET
15:20-15:40

A longitudinal study on the imaginary of future physics teachers about learning assessment

Roberto NARDI, Jessica BELÍSSIMO DOS REIS, Fabiano Willian PARMA
UNESP - São Paulo State University
15:40-16:00

Analysis of the learning of electrostatic concepts in pre-service physics teachers

Nicolás Andrés GARRIDO SÁNCHEZ, Víctor LÓPEZ SIMÓ, Roser PINTO CASULLERAS
Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
16:00-16:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.6
15:00-15:50 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Ovidiu Florin CALTUN
L7: Nature of Science, gender and socio-cultural issues in physics education
15:00-15:20

Stefan Procopiu - the European heritage of the Romanian scientist

Ovidiu Florin CALTUN, Teodora Camelia CRISTOFOR
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, “Moldova” National Museum Complex ,”Stefan Procopiu” Science and Tehnical Museum
15:20-15:40

Ontology and the Learning of Science

Rufina GUTIERREZ, Digna COUSO
Instituto de Estudios Pedagógicos Somosaguas (IEPS), CRECIM
15:40-15:50

Discussion

Engineering School - Room Hall
16:30-17:00 | Coffee break
16:30-17:00

Coffee break

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
17:00-17:35 Poster | P1
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
17:00-17:05

P.01 | Dialogic processes in science lessons: whole-class teaching and group-work about evaporation

Leonardo LAGO
University of Cambridge
17:05-17:10

P.02 | Free falling smartphones: evaluation of a practical experience

Anna ESTEVE , Aina BENAVENT, Jordi SOLBES
Universidad de Valencia
17:10-17:15

P.03 | Students' ideas about energy transfer by heating when explaining thermal regulation of animals

Camilo VERGARA SANDOVAL, Víctor LÓPEZ SIMÓ, Digna COUSO LAGARÓN
CRECIM-UAB
17:15-17:20

P.04 | Students’ understanding of selected aspects of electricity and magnetism

Vera KOUDELKOVA, Leos DVORAK
Charles University
17:20-17:25

P.05 | Particle-Wave Duality and Single Photon Interference in a Suitcase in the Secondary School

Ed VAN DEN BERG, Aernout VAN ROSSUM, Henk POL, Jeroen GRIJSEN
University of Twente, University of Enschede
17:25-17:30

P.06 | Formative assessment – several examples from school practice

Irena DVORAKOVA
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
17:30-17:35

P.07 | Using experimental modules to favour meaningful learning in high school physics

Pascual DI BELLA NAVA, Maria del Pilar SEGARRA ALBERÚ, Víctor Manuel VELÁZQUEZ AGUILAR
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Engineering School - Room A 2.3
17:00-17:25 Poster | P1 Chairperson: Marisa MICHELINI
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
17:00-17:05

P.08 | Medium-term effects of active learning

Guillaume SCHILTZ, Gerald FELDMAN, Andreas VATERLAUS
ETH Zurich, George Washington University
17:05-17:10

P.09 | How can we optimize laboratory based practice time via flipped classroom and multimedia resources?

Cecilia STARI, Leticia BARZILAI, Eugenia BENECH, Carla YELPO, Leticia DURANTE, Clara RAIMONDI
Facultad de Ingeniería - UdelaR
17:15-17:20

P.10 | Research-oriented Intervention Module on Magnetic Phenomena for Perspective Primary Teachers

Marisa MICHELINI, Rossana VIOLA, Pier Giuseppe ROSSI
University of Udine, University of Macerata
17:20-17:25

P.11 | Percolation theory for students – a simplified experimental setup

Daniel DZIOB, Dagmara SOKOLOWSKA
Jagiellonian University, Smoluchowski Institute of Physics
Engineering School - Room A 2.5
17:00-17:35 Poster | P1 Chairperson: Ian LAWRENCE
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
17:00-17:05

P.15 | A Dashboard to Evaluate Student Engagement with PhET Simulations

Diana Berenice LÓPEZ TAVARES, Carlos AGUIRRE VELEZ, Katherine PERKINS
CICATA, Polytechnic National Institute, University of Colorado
17:05-17:10

P.16 | Identification of the motion of an object from a video capture with no reference frame, using a mobile phone

André Luís PARREIRA, Paulo Simeão CARVALHO
IFIMUP-IN, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto
17:10-17:15

P.17 | Smartphone experiments with external sensors

Dominik DORSEL, Sebastian STAACKS, Simon HÜTZ, Heidrun HEINKE, Christoph STAMPFER
Institute of Physics II, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Physics I, RWTH Aachen University
17:15-17:20

P.18 | A semantic markup language for curating physics content on the web

Ian LAWRENCE
Institute of Physics
17:20-17:25

P.20 | Learning Catalytics

Florencio PINELA-CONTRERAS, Eduardo MONTERO CARPIO
Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL)
17:25-17:30

P.21 | Measurement of sonorous intensity with the use of ICT: teaching ability for the adaptation of activity from the Spanish context to the Brazilian

Fernando CARVALHO DE CAMPOS, Valéria DIAS, Jéssica SOUZA
UNESP, USP
17:30-17:35

P.14 | The physics and the chemistry of Michael Faraday to form for citizenship

Sonia NOGUEIRA, Fernanda CARDOSO, Mateus MARINELLI, Ailana BEZERRA, Priscila SENRA, Fernando CARVALHO DE CAMPOS
UFF - Universidade Federal Fluminense, UNESP
Engineering School - Room A 2.1
18:00-19:00 | GIREP National Representative Meeting
18:00-19:00

GIREP National Representative Meeting

Engineering School - Room A 2.3
18:00-19:00 GTG | GTG Leaders Meeting
18:00-19:00

GTG Leaders Meeting


Monday, 9 JUL Tuesday, 10 JUL Wednesday, 11 JUL Thursday, 12 JUL Friday, 13 JUL

Tuesday, 10 JUL
Musikene - Room Auditorium
09:00-10:00 Lecture | L2 Chairperson: David SANDS
09:00-10:00

Active learning strategies to improve student conceptual understanding: some considerations from physics education research

Claudio FAZIO
L'Università degli Studi di Palermo
Musikene - Room Hall
10:00-10:15 | Pause
10:00-10:15

Pause

Musikene - Room Auditorium
10:15-11:15 Dialogue | Dialogue 1: Physics teachers education
10:15-11:15

Primary, Secondary and University pre-service physics teacher Education. What scientific education is relevant for become physics teacher in a technological world?

Marisa MICHELINI, Knut NEUMANN, Maria Gabriela LORENZO
University of Udine, Leibniz-Institute for Mathematics and Science, Buenos Aires University
Engineering School - Room Hall
11:15-11:45 | Coffee Break
11:15-11:45

Coffee Break

Engineering School - Room A 2.1
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O4 Chairperson: Carlos Alberto MARTINEZ
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
12:00-12:20

What happens later in the inverted class?

Bertha Alice NARANJO SÁNCHEZ, Carlos Alberto MARTINEZ BRIONES, Mario Humberto RAMÍREZ DÍAZ
Universidad politécnica Salesiana, Instituto Politecnico Nacional
12:20-12:40

Invested classroom for the improvement in the learning process in the subject of Physics

Carlos Alberto MARTINEZ BRIONES, Mario Humberto RAMÍREZ DÍAZ, JOSÉ ALEXANDER ORTEGA MEDINA
Universidad politécnica Salesiana, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DEL LITORAL
12:40-13:00

Use of the Flipped Classroom Training Pilot in the Discipline of Physics

Carlos Alberto MARTINEZ BRIONES, Mario Humberto RAMÍREZ DÍAZ, ROBERTO DAVID LÓPEZ CHILA
Universidad politécnica Salesiana, Instituto Politécnico Nacional
13:00-13:20

Creating sensors-aware physics simulation apps using EjsS

Francisco ESQUEMBRE, Félix J. GARCÍA-CLEMENTE, Loo Kang WEE
Universidad de Murcia, Ministry of Education
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
12:00-13:30 Symposium | S1: Research-based Approaches to Preparing Teachers in Grades K-6 to Teach Foundational Physics Concepts and Skills through the Practices of Physics
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers

Research-based Approaches to Preparing Teachers in Grades K-6 to Teach Foundational Physics Concepts and Skills through the Practices of Physics

Federico CORNI
Department of Education and Humanities, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Outcomes of a research based intervention module on fluids for prospective primary teachers

Marisa MICHELINI, Rita MAURIZIO, Emmanuela VIDIC
Università deli Studi di Udine, Istituto Comprensivo di Palazzolo dello Stella, Istituto Comprensivo di Faedis

Conceptions on learning Physics in Spanish students of the Degree in Primary School Education

José CANTÓ, Jordi SOLBES
University of Valencia

Fundamentals of Physics in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary contexts in initial elementary teacher education

Ovidiu Florin CALTUN
Alexandru Ioan CUZA University, Faculty of Physics and CARPATH Center

Probing understanding of Physics Concepts

Joan BORG MARKS
University of Malta, University of Malta Junior College
Engineering School - Room A 2.3
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O6 Chairperson: Freek POLS
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
12:00-12:20

Data-analysis in practical work, what do students know?

Freek POLS, Peter DEKKERS, Marc DE VRIES
University of Technology Delft
12:20-12:40

Eye movement study of mechanics problem solving using multimodal options

Jouni VIIRI, Jasmin KILPELÄINEN, Martina KEKULE, Eizo OHNO, Jarkko HAUTALA
University of Jyväskylä, Department of Physics Education, Charles University, Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University, Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä
12:40-13:00

High school students’ interpretation of a graph from mechanics influenced by posed questions and observed by the eye-tracking method

Martina KEKULE
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
13:00-13:20

Differences in solution process of incorrectly answering students solving R-FCI tasks observed by eye-tracking method

Martina KEKULE, Iva JAKUBSKA, Jouni VIIRI
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Jyväskylä
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.4
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Radek KRICEK
L4: Physics education in non-formal teaching
12:00-12:20

How pupils differ related to the breadth of interests

Radek KRICEK
Astronomical Institute of the Charles University
12:20-12:40

Hands-on experiments in the Interactive Physics Laboratory: A study of students' intrinsic motivation

Marie SNETINOVA, Petr KACOVSKY
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
12:40-13:00

Is participation in Public Engagement an integral part of shaping physics students’ identity?

Claudia FRACCHIOLLA, Kathleen HINKO, Shane BERGIN, Brean PREFONTAINE , Manuel VASQUEZ, Simone HYATER-ADAMS, Aoibhinn NI SHUILLEABHAIN
University College Dublin, Michigan State University, University of Colorado Boulder
13:00-13:20

The educational role of a scientific museum: a case study

Marta RINAUDO, Matteo LEONE, Antonio AMOROSO, Daniela MAROCCHI
University of Turin
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.5
12:00-13:10 Single Oral Presentation | O12 Chairperson: Peter CHUDINOV
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
12:00-12:20

Highly precise analytic solutions for classic problem of projectile motion in the air

Peter CHUDINOV, Vladimir ELTYSHEV, Yuri BARYKIN
Perm State Agro-Technological University
12:20-12:40

A mesoscopic mechanical model of the surface tension

Onofrio Rosario BATTAGLIA, Claudio FAZIO
Dipartimento Di Fisica e Chimica
12:40-13:00

Epistemological understandings activated in conceptual problem solving

Sevda YERDELEN-DAMAR
Bogazici University
13:00-13:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.2
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O3 Chairperson: Antti LAHERTO
L7: Nature of Science, gender and socio-cultural issues in physics education
12:00-12:20

Upper secondary school students' imagination and future thinking on quantum computing and global warming

Antti LAHERTO, Elina PALMGREN, Olivia LEVRINI, Giulia TASQUIER, Caitlin WILSON
University of Helsinki, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Landvernd, the Icelandic Environment Association
12:20-12:40

Improving gender balance in the teaching and learning of Physics at second level

Eilish MCLOUGHLIN, Deirdre O'NEILL, Sheila GILHEANY
Dublin City University, Institute of Physics in Ireland
12:40-13:00

Transfer of fundamental physics research results to education and identification of the underprivileged gifted

Mojca CEPIC
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of education
13:00-13:20

Newton's laws — a theory of motion or force

Ehud GOREN, Igal GALILI
Science Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.3
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O5 Chairperson: Pasquale ONORATO
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-12:20

Scientific Reasoning Abilities of Thai University Students

Singha PRASITPONG, Suttida RAKKAPAO
Faculty of Education, Thaksin University, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University
12:20-12:40

University Students´s Causal Reasoning Dealing With Electric Current in Transitory situations

Ane LENIZ EREÑO, Kristina ZUZA, Jenaro GUISASOLA
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)
12:40-13:00

From the dicey world to the physical laws: dice toy models for bridging microscopic and macroscopic understanding of physical phenomena

Pasquale ONORATO, Luigi M GRATTON, Stefano OSS, Massimiliano MALGIERI
Department of Physics, University of Trento - Povo (TN), Italy, Department of Physics, University of Pavia, Italy
13:00-13:20

Combining theory and practice to solve a common problem: a simple circuit for indoor plants watering

Cristiano Lino FONTANA, Stefania LIPPIELLO
Department of Physics and Astronomy Galileo Galilei" University of Padova, Liceo Statale "Angela Veronese"
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.4
12:00-13:30 Workshop | W6
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-13:30

GTG- Evaluation of Learning and Instruction Workshop on Assessing students' understanding of Physics concepts

Genaro ZAVALA
Departamento De Física, Tecnológico De Monterrey
Engineering School - Room Lab. 6.1
12:00-13:30 Invited Workshop | IW1: GIREP Invited Workshop
12:00-13:30

IOLAB- Computer-based distance learning laboratories in Mechanics based on RealTime Physics

David SOKOLOFF
LONE STAR COLLEGE - Montgomery
Engineering School - Room Hall
13:30-15:00 | Lunch
13:30-15:00

Lunch

Engineering School - Room A 2.1
15:00-16:10 Single Oral Presentation | O3 Chairperson: Eleonora BARELLI
L5: Physics into STEM
15:00-15:20

Enhancing scientific inquiry: Case of limiting analysis

Andrzej SOKOLOWSKI
LONE STAR COLLEGE - Montgomery
15:20-15:40

Simulations as scientific research tools: an insight into explanations of high school students

Giovanni RAVAIOLI, Eleonora BARELLI, Laura BRANCHETTI
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Bologna, Department of Mathematical, Physical and Computer Sciences, University of Parma
15:40-16:00

Diagnosing the nature of energy - the case of kinetic energy

Yaron LEHAVI, Avraham MERZEL, Bat-Sheva EYLON, Roni MUALEM, Fadeel JOUBRAN
The David Yellin College of Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Arab Academic College for Education in Israel
16:00-16:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O4 Chairperson: Avi MERZEL
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
15:00-15:20

Elevating Physics Teachers’ Instruction Using Video Based Didactics - A Model of Growth in Professional Awareness

Avraham MERZEL, Yaron LEHAVI, Ruti SEGAL, Ami BARAM, Bat-Sheva EYLON
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The David Yellin College of Education, Oranim Academic College of Education, The Weizmann Institute of Science
15:20-15:40

Development of Preservice Teachers‘ Sense of Agency

Mike HULL, Haruko UEMATSU
University of Vienna, Tokyo Gakugei University
15:40-16:00

Developing and evaluating a coaching model for teachers professional development in physics

Alessio BERNARDELLI
The Institute of Physics
16:00-16:20

Reflection over the teaching practices of students teachers when facing the science classes and levels of consciousness

Mauricio PIETROCOLA
School Of Education - University Of São Paulo
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.3
15:00-16:30 Symposium | S2: Symposium on Innovative Pedagogy in University Physics
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University

Symposium on Innovative Pedagogy in University Physics

Gerald FELDMAN
George Washington University

Benefits of Teaching with the Classroom as a Third Educator

Peter RIEGLER
Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences

Student-Centered Active Learning Strategies for Instruction and Assessment in Large-Enrollment Physics Courses

Joss IVES
University of British Columbia

Overcoming Obstacles in the Implementation of Active Learning

Theo HUGHES
Monash University

The Implementation of OASE as an Alternative Curriculum Design to Improve Learning in Higher Physics Education

Iris PEETERS, Peter LIEVENS
KU Leuven
Engineering School - Room A 2.4
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Kalliopi MELI
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
15:00-15:20

Simulation design for the students’ conceptual understanding of introductory thermodynamics

Kalliopi MELI, Dimitrios KOLIOPOULOS
University of Patras
15:20-15:40

Higher Order Thinking Skills in Computer Based testing in Physics

Sander VELTHUIS, Pieter SMEETS
CITO Institute of Educational Measurement
15:40-16:00

Comparing the efficacy of real and virtual experiences about electrification on primary school pupils

Giacomo BOZZO, Victor LÓPEZ SIMÓ, Francesca MONTI
Department of Computer Science, University of Verona , CRECIM (Centre for Research in Science and Mathematics Education). Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
16:00-16:20

Smartphone Lab work at University

Delabre ULYSSE
University of Bordeaux
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.5
15:00-16:30 Workshop | W1
L5: Physics into STEM
15:00-16:30

Construction of an interdisciplinary experiment with the Arduino platform in the classroom

Arquimedes LUCIANO, Ana Paula GIACOMASSI LUCIANO, Hélio TAKAI
UniCesumar, University State of Maringa, Stony Brook University
Engineering School - Room A 3.2
15:00-16:30 Symposium | S3: Role of graphs in the mathematization process in physics education. GTG-MPE.
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education

Role of graphs in the mathematization process in physics education

Gesche POSPIECH
TU Dresden, Chair of Physics Education,

Lower secondary school students construct graphs in physics

Marie - Annette GEYER, Gesche POSPIECH
Technische Universität Dresden, Physics Education

The Role of graphs in IBL study of optical diffraction by secondary students

Daniele BUONGIORNO, Marisa MICHELINI, LORENZO SANTI, Alberto STEFANEL
Research Unit in Physics Education, University of Udine

Linking concepts of linear relations in physics and mathematics

Stijn CEUPPENS, Mieke DE COCK, JOHAN DEPREZ, WIM DEHAENE
KU Leuven, Department of Physics and Astronomy, KU Leuven, Department of Mathematics, KU Leuven, ESAT - MICAS, Microelectronics and Sensors
Engineering School - Room A 3.3
15:00-16:10 Single Oral Presentation | O3 Chairperson: Marco GILIBERTI
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
15:00-15:20

A guided inquiry approach to teaching year 6 electricity

Peter HUBBER, Christine PRESTON
Deakin University, University of Sydney
15:20-15:40

Facing coaching challenges in long term Inquiry projects: Examples from electromagnetic systems

Dorothy Vivienne LANGLEY, Rami ARIELI
Holon Institute of Technology, Davidson Institute of Science Education
15:40-16:00

Development of two-tier instrument on simple electric circuits

Lana IVANJEK, Martin HOPF, Louisa MORRIS, Jan - Philipp BURDE, Thomas WILHELM, Verena SPATZ, Liza DOPATKA, Claudia HAAGEN-SCHÜTZENHÖFER, Thomas SCHUBATZKY
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Austrian Educational Competence Centre Physics, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Technical University Darmstadt, Karl-Franzens-University Graz
16:00-16:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.4
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Tetyana ANTIMIROVA
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
15:00-15:20

On-demand video tutorials for introductory physics

Tetyana ANTIMIROVA, Juliana CARVALHO
Ryerson University
15:20-15:40

Development of a laboratory practice for physics introductory courses using a rubric for evaluation by competences

Enrique ARRIBAS, Raquel RAMIREZ-VAZQUEZ, Isabel ESCOBAR, Jesus GONZALEZ-RUBIO, Augusto BELENDEZ, Josefina BARRERA KALHIL
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Universidad de Alicante, Universidade do Estado do Amazonas
15:40-16:00

Interactive tool for the Introductory Physics Laboratory

Josu M IGARTUA ALDAMIZ, Irene URCELAY-OLABARRIA, Jon URRESTILLA, Ruth LAZKOZ, Ainhize BARRAINKUA, Aritz DORRONSORO, Iñaki SALAVERRIA, Malen ETXEBARRIA, Martin GRAO, Naia ORMAZA, Martin URIZAR, Ander URIO, Iñigo BILBAO, Rubén IBARRONDO, Iker ELORTEGI, Jon GABIRONDO
Fisika Aplikatua II Saila, Zientzia eta Teknologia Fakultatea, Basque Country University UPV/EHU, Theoretical Physics and History of Science, Basque Country University UPV-EHU, Student of the 3rd Course of the Physics Grade of the Basque Country University UPV-EHU
16:00-16:20

Tutorial Style Discussion Sections for a Large Enrollment Physics Class

Sathya GURUSWAMY
University of California, Santa Barbara
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.6
15:00-16:30 Symposium | S1: Research perspectives on teaching and learning about spectra in high schools. Francisco SAVALL-ALEMANY
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education

Research perspectives on teaching and learning about spectra in high schools

Italo TESTA
Department of Physics

A problem-based teaching and learning sequence aiming at interpreting spectra in quantum physics introductory courses

Francisco SAVALL-ALEMANY , Joaquin MARTINEZ TORREGROSA, Jenaro GUISASOLA
Department of General and Specific Didactics, University of Alicante, Department of Applied Physics, Polytechnic University College of Donostia, University of the Basque Country

Research-Based Proposals on Optical Spectroscopy and Secondary Students' Learning Outcomes

Daniele BUONGIORNO, Marisa MICHELINI
University of Udine, Physics Education Research Unit, DMIF (Dept. of Mathematics, Informatics and Physics)

Colours in your pocket: smartphone-based spectrometers to investigate the quantum world

Massimiliano MALGIERI, Anna DE AMBROSIS, Tommaso ROSI, Pasquale ONORATO, Luigi GRATTON, Stefano OSS
Department of Physics, University of Pavia - Pavia, Italy, Department of Physics, University of Trento

Developing and validating a conceptual survey to assess students’ understanding of mechanical and electromagnetic waves spectra.

Italo TESTA
Department of Physics “E. Pancini”, University Federico II of Naples
Engineering School - Room Hall
16:30-17:00 | Coffee break
16:30-17:00

Coffee Break

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
17:00-17:45 Poster | P2 Chairperson: Roberto NARDI
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
17:00-17:05

P.22 | Graphs in Physics; Do They Correctly Depict Reality

Andrzej SOKOLOWSKI
Lone Star College, Mathematics and Physics Department,
17:05-17:10

P.23 | Teaching Physics in Primary School - Problematization as a basis for experimental activities.

Roberto CRUZ-HASTENREITER, Brenner RAILBOLT, Flavio RODRIGUES
IFRJ , UNIRIO
17:10-17:15

P.24 | Physics of the Earth system: design and implementation of an experimental educational module for high school students

Marina SERIO, Lodovico BARBERIS, Daniela MAROCCHI, Marta RINAUDO
Physics Department, University of Turin
17:15-17:20

P.25 | Bibliographical Review on the theme Educational Innovation in continuing education programs of science teachers

Sorandra DE LIMA DE LIMA, Roberto NARDI
Federal University of Uberlandia- UFU, Education Departament and Science Education Program – School of Science – UNESP –
17:20-17:25

P.26 | Physics education and astroparticle physics

Lorenzo GALANTE
Museo storico della fisica e Centro di studi e ricerche
17:25-17:30

P.27 | Infrared thermal imaging – teacher’s friend when facing students’ misconceptions

Petr KACOVSKY
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
17:30-17:35

P.28 | Panta rhei - interdisciplinary approach improves students achievements and motivation

Daniel DZIOB, Edyta WOZNIAK, Ryszard GABRYSZEWSKI
Jagiellonian University, Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences
17:35-17:40

P.29 | The size of objects as a fundamental concept of nanotechnologies in Czech middle school physics curriculum

Lucie KOLÁROVÁ, Petr DESENSKÝ
Department of Experimental Physics, Faculty of Science, Palacky University Olomouc, Science Centre IQLANDIA
17:40-17:45

P.30 | Infrared vision of artworks based on web cameras: a cross-disciplinary laboratory of optics

Claudia DAFFARA, Luca PERLINI, Nicole DE MANINCOR, Giacomo BOZZO, Peppino SAPIA, Francesca MONTI
Computer Science Department, University of Verona , Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, University of Calabria
Engineering School - Room A 2.3
17:00-17:30 Poster | P2 Chairperson: Maria Jesús ELEJALDE
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
17:00-17:05

P.31 | Experiments with Kundt’s tube

Erica MACHO STADLER, Maria Jesús ELEJALDE GARCÍA
Department of Applied Physics 1, Bilbao Faculty of Engineering (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU)
17:05-17:10

P.32 | Using a smartphone to investigate classroom acoustics

Maria Jesús ELEJALDE GARCÍA, Erica MACHO STADLER
Department of Applied Physics 1, Bilbao Faculty of Engineering (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU)
17:10-17:15

P.33 | Design of questionnaire to investigate students’ conceptions about Cosmology and Universe

Arturo COLANTONIO, Silvia GALANO, Irene MARZOLI, Emanuella PUDDU, Italo TESTA
School of Science and Technology, University of Camerino, INAF – Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Department of Physics “E. Pancini”, University
17:15-17:20

P.34 | An undergraduate course and the construction of the Physics teacher profession

Rafaela FELIX MUNHOZ DE OLIVEIRA, Anne L. SCARINCI
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo
17:20-17:25

P.35 | Engaging reflective thinking during exam-like situations: Slowing students down on short-answer questions increases performance

Joss IVES, Jared STANG
University of British Columbia
17:25-17:30

P.12 | Physics in traditions: the ritual of the owners of the Mexican sky

Rodolfo ESPÍNDOLA HEREDIA, Gabriela DEL VALLE, Guadalupe HERNÁNDEZ, Damian MUCIÑO, José Luis JIMÉNEZ, Ignacio CAMPOS
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Engineering School - Room A 2.4
17:00-17:20 Poster | P1 Chairperson: Claudia HAAGEN
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
17:00-17:05

P.36 | The untold voices of science education students regarding online laboratory work

Abraham MOTLHABANE
University of South Africa
17:05-17:10

P.37 | PCK and beliefs about teaching and learning electricity in lower secondary: A comparison between teacher students and first year-teachers

Claudia HAAGEN, Thomas SCHUBATZKY, Ingrid KRUMPHALS
University of Graz, Institue of Physics, Department of Physics Education
17:10-17:15

P.38 | Understanding thermal phenomena and developing formal thinking in primary school

Marisa MICHELINI, Martina VENDRAMINI
University of Udine
17:15-17:20

P.39 | Debates on gravitation theories in a pre-service physics teaching course: some challenges and possibilities

Flávia POLATI FERREIRA, Valéria DIAS, João ZANETIC
Graduate Program in Science Education, , Institute of Physics, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Engineering School - Room A 2.5
17:00-17:20 Poster | P1 Chairperson: Ingrid KRUMPHALS
L4: Physics education in non-formal teaching
17:00-17:05

P.40 | 3D-vision lab @ Open Labs Graz, an out-of-school learning environment

Ingrid KRUMPHALS, Claudia HAAGEN, Helmut JUNGWIRTH
University of Graz
17:05-17:10

P.41 | Interactive show Physics through all senses

Jana MACHALICKÁ, Vera KOUDELKOVA
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
17:10-17:15

P.42 | The Leo Szilárd physics competition in Hungary

Csaba SÜKÖSD
Budapest University of Technology and Education, Institute of Nuclear Techniques
17:15-17:20

P.19 | Physics teaching through smart cities

Sándor Gergely PESTHY, Mihály HÖMÖSTREI
ELTE University
Engineering School - Room A 3.2
17:00-17:35 Poster | P1 Chairperson: Ovidiu Florin CALTUN
L5: Physics into STEM
17:00-17:05

P.43 | Informal Activities in Robotics club to enhance disadvantages area students’ interest in STEM

Ovidiu Florin CALTUN, Lidia Cerasela FARCAS, Mihaela Natasa URSULEAN, Vasile URSULEAN, Ioana CALTUN
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Brodina Middle School, Vasile Alecsandri High School
17:05-17:10

P.44 | Implications of PBL on learning heat and thermal energy concepts through situations of traditional ceramics

José Luis SANTANA FAJARDO
Universidad de Guadalajara
17:10-17:15

P.45 | Science Club activity at Székely Mikó High School

Maria PETO
Székely Mikó High School
17:15-17:20

P.46 | High school, research centre, university: a new approach to physics&stem teaching

Francesco SCERBO, Rossana CENTIONI, Susanna BERTELLI
Liceo Scientifico , INFN - LNF
17:20-17:25

P.47 | Attendance numbers at SI/PASS sessions – how do they affect learning conditions?

Lassana OUATTARA
European Centre for SI-PASS, Lund University
17:25-17:30

P.48 | STEAM teaching of the time concept in kindergarten and primary school

Jesús CARNICER MURILLO, Francisco BARCELÓ, Ana SÁEZ, Noelia MANZANERA, Estefanía SANJUAN, María ENRIQUE GARCÍA, Víctor PELLÚS, Rosa SERNA, Jessica PALOMAR
Museo Didáctico e Interactivo de Ciencias de la Vega Baja del Segura de la Comunitat Valenciana, CEIP Santo Negro, Centro de Educación infantil y Primaria, Colegio Nuestra Señora del Carmen
17:30-17:35

P.49 | Electronic Collections of Solved Physics Problems and Experiments

Marie SNETINOVA, Zdenka KOUPILOVÁ, Dana MANDÍKOVÁ, Petr KACOVSKY
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics

Monday, 9 JUL Tuesday, 10 JUL Wednesday, 11 JUL Thursday, 12 JUL Friday, 13 JUL

Wednesday, 11 JUL
Musikene - Room Auditorium
09:00-10:00 Lecture | L3 Chairperson: Kristina ZUZA
09:00-10:00

Didactic reconstructions and knowledge organization and consolidation in physics teacher education

Terhi MÄNTYLÄ
Faculty Of Education
Musikene - Room Hall
10:00-10:15 | Pause
10:00-10:15

Pause

Musikene - Room Auditorium
10:15-11:15 Dialogue | Dialogue 2: Physics education research
10:15-11:15

The actual and potential impact of physics education research in students’ learning. The complex relationship between research and practice: what can we do to reduce the gap?

Mieke DE COCK, Jaume AMETLLER, Paula R. L. HERON
Mieke, University of girona, University of Washington
Engineering School - Room Hall
11:15-11:45 | Coffee break
11:15-11:45

Coffee Break

Engineering School - Room A 2.1
12:00-13:30 Invited Workshop | IW2: GIREP Invited Workshop
12:00-13:30

Practitioners inquiring IBL in a learning group as a sustainable professional development: How to do your own inquiry to improve your own practice on IBL, in and with a group of professional peers

Wim PEETERS
Katholiek Onderwijs Vlaanderen
Engineering School - Room A 2.2
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O6 Chairperson: Gerald FELDMAN
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-12:20

Analyzing Attitude Test with the Model Analysis Technique

Suttida RAKKAPAO, Singha PRASITPONG
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Faculty of Education,Thaksin University
12:20-12:40

Collaborative Learning vs. Lecture for Introductory Physics Students: A One-Year Longitudinal Study

Gerald FELDMAN, Guillaume SCHILTZ, Andreas VATERLAUS
George Washington University, ETH Zurich
12:40-13:00

An innovative learning ecosystem for educational success and orientation

Assunta BONANNO, Peppino SAPIA, Giacomo BOZZO
University of Calabria - Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, University of Verona - Department of Computer Science
13:00-13:20

Solomon’s paradox in scientific lab reports: Helping students to become communicators

Mossy KELLY, Ali ADAWI, Jean-Sebastien BOUILLARD, Elke ROEDIGER, David SANDS, Lee SMITH, Howard SNELLING, Angela DYSON
School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Hull, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Newcastle University Merz Court,
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.3
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O4 Chairperson: Kristina ZUZA
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
12:00-12:20

Analyzing the upper secondary school students’ view of the universe

Kristina ZUZA, Joanes LIZARRAGA
UPV/EHU University of the Basque Country
12:20-12:40

Enacting planets to learn physics

Emmanuel ROLLINDE, Nicolas DECAMP, Fabien FENOUILLET
Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris / Sorbonne Université, Laboratoire de Didactique André Revuz / Université Paris Diderot, Laboratoire Cognitions Humaine et Artificielle / Université Paris Ouest Nanterre
12:40-13:00

Close encounters with Heisenberg

Lorenzo GALANTE, Maria De Los Angeles FANARO, Marcelo ARLEGO, Ivan GNESI
Physics Department University of Torino, UNICEN - CONICET, Instituto de Fisica La Plata IFLP
13:00-13:20

Entertaining physics education: using an astronomy board game to enhance student learning and motivation

Adriana CARDINOT, Dr. Jessamyn FAIRFIELD
National University of Ireland Galway
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.4
12:00-13:30 Symposium | S2: Virtual and remote labs in practice
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning

Virtual and remote labs in practice

Lars - Jochen THOMS
Ludwig-Maximlians-Universität München

Practical experience of delivering practical experiences online and at scale with an Internet of Laboratory Things

Nicholas BRAITHWAITE, Tim DRYSDALE, Ulrich KOLB, Mark HIRST
STEM Faculty, The Open University

Encapsulating Online Labs in Structured Learning Spaces

Denis GILLET
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), School of Engineering

Facilitating Knowledge Acquisition in Remote Labs: Levels of Inquiry and Types of Information

Lars - Jochen THOMS, Raimund GIRWIDZ
LMU Munich, Chair of Physics Education

A Remote Experiment for Optical Levitation of Charged Droplets

Luis DE LA TORRE, Oscar ISAKSSON, Mats ROSTEDT, Jonas ENGER, Dag HANSTORP
Departamento de Informatica y Automatica, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (UNED), Department of Physics, University of Gothenburg
Engineering School - Room A 2.5
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Antje HEINE
L7: Nature of Science, gender and socio-cultural issues in physics education
12:00-12:20

Physicists' conceptions about the nature of theoretical physics

Antje HEINE
Technische Universität Dresden, Chair of Physics Education
12:20-12:40

Teaching critical thinking in the physics classroom: high-school students think about antimatter

Farahnaz SADIDI, Gesche POSPIECH
Technische Universität Dresden
12:40-13:00

Enquiry, modelling, and argumentation in physics education

Agustin ADURIZ-BRAVO
CeFIEC-Instituto de Investigaciones Centro de Formación e Investigación en Enseñanza de las Ciencias, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires
13:00-13:20

Investigating Possible Reasons behind the High School Students’ Attitudes about Physics Course

Bahar AYKAÇ, Gülnur ÖNSAL, Bilal GÜNEŞ
Düzce University, Gazi University
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.2
12:00-13:30 Workshop | W1
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
12:00-13:30

Magnets in External Magnetic Field: What We Can Learn from Simple Experiments

Leos DVORAK
Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Engineering School - Room A 3.3
12:00-13:30 Symposium | S2: International perspectives on Einsteinian Physics at upper secondary school level
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education

International perspectives on Einsteinian Physics at upper secondary school level

Magdalena KERSTING
University of Oslo, Department of Physics

Navigating four dimensions – upper secondary students’ understanding of movement in spacetime

Magdalena KERSTING
University of Oslo, Department of Physics

A meaningful introduction to the light postulate for secondary education students

Floor KAMPHORST, Elwin SAVELSBERGH, Marjolein VOLLEBREGT, Wouter VAN JOOLINGEN
Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University

Embedding Diagrams – a Hands-on Activity for Understanding Spatial Curvature

Matej RYSTON
Department of Physics Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University

Teaching Einstein’s Relativity: A New Model of Special Relativity and the Connection between General and Special Relativity

Warren STANNARD
University of Western Australia, School of Physics
Engineering School - Room A 3.4
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Alberto STEFANEL
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-12:20

Promoting active learning in physics courses for the agro-food degrees

Alberto STEFANEL
Research Unit in Physisc Education, University of Udine
12:20-12:40

Biology contexts to catch interest in physics of drop out university biology students

Maria del Pilar SEGARRA ALBERÚ, Carlos Alberto VILLARREAL RODRÍGUEZ, Diana Nahidally MARTÍNEZ GARCÍA
Departamento de Física, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
12:40-13:00

Research-based innovation in introductory physics course for biotechnology students

Marisa MICHELINI
University of Udine
13:00-13:20

A research-based module on optical spectroscopy for freshmen in biotechnology

Marisa MICHELINI
University of Udine
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.6
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O8 Chairperson: Arturo MARTI
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-12:20

What are the conceptual difficulties faced by college students in understanding hydrodynamics?

Arturo MARTI, Sandra KAHAN, Alvaro SUÁREZ, Genaro ZAVALA
Instituto de Física, Universidad de la República, IPA, Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias, Tecnológico de Monterrey
12:20-12:40

Scaffolds to support the development of scientific skills in physics

José Valentín FERREIRA BAUTISTA, Manoli PIFARRÉ TURMO
Simón Bolívar University, University of Lleida
12:40-13:00

Diagnosing Misconceptions about Special Relative Theory by Using a Four-Tire Test

Gülnur ÖNSAL, Bilal GÜNEŞ
Düzce University, Gazi University
13:00-13:20

Symmetry in thermodynamics: the adiabatic concept

Joaquim ANACLETO
Departamento de Física, Escola de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room Lab. 6.1
12:00-13:30 Invited Workshop | IW3: MPTL Invited Workshop
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
12:00-13:30

Bungee, Beer Bobsledding, Bouncing Balls, Bouncing gait and (Usain) Bolt

Ton ELLERMEIJER, Ewa KEDZIERSKA, André HECK
CMA
Engineering School - Room Hall
13:30-14:30 | Lunch
13:30-14:30

Lunch

Engineering School - Room A 2.4
13:45-14:45 | European projects corner- Working lunch
13:45-14:45

European Projects corner

Engineering School - Room A 2.5
13:45-14:45 | Early career topical discussions- Working lunch
13:45-14:45

Early Career Topical Discussion


Monday, 9 JUL Tuesday, 10 JUL Wednesday, 11 JUL Thursday, 12 JUL Friday, 13 JUL

Thursday, 12 JUL
Musikene - Room Auditorium
09:00-10:00 Lecture | L4 Chairperson: Ton ELLERMEIJER
09:00-10:00

Innovating Physics Education in Vietnam with STEM education

Trình Bá TRẦN
HNUE
Musikene - Room Hall
10:00-10:15 | Pause
10:00-10:15

Pause

Musikene - Room Auditorium
10:15-11:15 Lecture | L5 Chairperson: Manuel GONZÁLEZ
10:15-11:15

Rheology and polymers: a tale of give and take

Antxon SANTAMARÍA
UPV/EHU
Engineering School - Room Hall
11:15-11:45 | Coffee break
11:15-11:45

Coffee Break

Engineering School - Room
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O5 Chairperson: Ingrid KRUMPHALS
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
12:00-12:20

Teacher students‘ beliefs about teaching physics and their teacher education

Ingrid KRUMPHALS, Martin HOPF, Claudia HAAGEN
University of Graz, University of Vienna
12:20-12:40

History of science on physics teaching as social representation of preservice teachers

Ernani RODRIGUES, Abner BORGES, Mauricio PIETROCOLA
University of São Paulo - Graduate School of Education, USP - Institute of Physics
12:40-13:00

Emotions and interaction rituals in classes of preservice physics teachers

Edison AMARO, Mauricio PIETROCOLA
University of São Paulo
13:00-13:20

Preservice physics teachers' Challenges in implementing context-based argument driven inquiry activities

Dilber DEMIRTAS, Ufuk YILDIRIM
Middle East Technical University
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O10 Chairperson: Sebastian GRÖBER
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-12:20

Instructional design of conceptual online physics instruction modules - bridging the gap between instruction and problem solving

Sebastian GRÖBER, Josef SNIATECKI, Jochen KUHN
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
12:20-12:40

Evaluating knowledge and assessment-centered reflective-based learning approaches in a first year physics class

Jordi COLOMER, Teresa SERRA, Marianna SOLER
University of girona
12:40-13:00

Promoting Faculty Professional Development in Higher Education

Dagmara SOKOLOWSKA
Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University
13:00-13:20

Methodological considerations of clinical interviews on physics problem solving

Enrique Andrés COLEONI, Laura Maria BUTELER
Instituto de Física Enrique Gaviola, CONICET – FAMAF (UNC)
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.3
12:00-13:30 Symposium | S1: Teaching proposals for improving students’ understanding using physics education research
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University

Teaching proposals for improving students’ understanding using physics education research

Jenaro GUISASOLA
Donostia Physics Education Research Group (UPV/EHU)

Using theory to inform practice in the advanced physics classroom

Ramon LOPEZ, MICHAEL GREENE, XIMENA CID
The University of Texas at Arlington, California State University Dominguez Hills

Addressing undergraduate students’ difficulty in learning the General Principle of Work and Mechanical Energy

José GUTIÉRREZ BERRAONDO, Kristina ZUZA, Jenaro GUISASOLA
Instituto de Máquina Herramienta (IMH), Donostia Physics Education Research Group (UPV-EHU)

Why are complex numbers useful in quantum mechanics? Looking for justifications in physics textbooks

Ricardo KARAM
University of Copenhagen, Department of Science Education

Physics student understanding of quantum mechanics: a Rasch analysis

Italo TESTA, Umberto SCOTTI DI UCCIO, Arturo COLANTONIO, Silvia GALANO, Irene MARZOLI
Department of Physics “E. Pancini”, University Federico II of Naples, University of Camerino, School of Science and Technology
Engineering School - Room A 2.5
12:00-13:30 Invited Workshop | IW4: EPS Invited Workshop
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
12:00-13:30

Inexpensive gamma-ray spectrometers for education and outreach

Ian BEARDEN
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Engineering School - Room A 3.2
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Radu Bogdan TOMA
L5: Physics into STEM
12:00-12:20

Integrating computer programming into STEM: an EVT analysis

Radu Bogdan TOMA, Jesús Ángel MENESES VILLAGRÁ
Universidad de Burgos
12:20-12:40

Robotics and STEM education for children and primary schools - botSTEM

Ileana M. GRECA, Andreas REDFORS, Björn CRONQUIST, Marie FRIDBERG
Universidad de Burgos, Kristianstad University
12:40-13:00

Universal Arduino-based experimenting system to support teaching of natural sciences

Zoltan GINGL, János MELLÁR, Tamás SZÉPE, Gergely MAKAN, Róbert MINGESZ, Gergely VADAI, Katalin KOPASZ
Department of Technical Informatics, University of Szeged, Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics, University of Szeged
13:00-13:20

The perspective of complexity to futurize STEM education: an interdisciplinary module on Artificial Intelligence

Olivia LEVRINI, Eleonora BARELLI, Michael LODI, Giovanni RAVAIOLI, Giulia TASQUIER, Laura BRANCHETTI, Michela CLEMENTI, Paola FANTINI, Fabio FILIPPI
Department of Physics and Astronomy - Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna & INRIA Focus, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Department of Mathematical, Physical and Computer Sciences, University of Parma, Liceo Scientifico “A. Einstein”
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.3
12:00-13:30 Workshop | W1
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
12:00-13:30

It’s more fun the second time: incorporating group-work and immediate feedback into assessments by adding a group component to exams

Joss IVES
University of British Columbia
Engineering School - Room A 3.4
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O5 Chairperson: Umberto SCOTTI DI UCCIO
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
12:00-12:20

A teaching-learning sequence about introductory quantum mechanics using an integrated physics-chemistry approach for high school students

Umberto SCOTTI DI UCCIO, Italo TESTA, Arturo COLANTONIO, Silvia GALANO
Department of Physics “E. Pancini”, University Federico II, School of Science and Technology, Department of Physics
12:20-12:40

Entangle me! A game to demonstrate the principles of quantum mechanics

Andrea LÓPEZ INCERA, Wolfgang DÜR
Institut für Theoretische Physik, Innsbruck Universität, Institut für Theoretische Physik und Institut für Fachdidaktik, Innsbruck Universität
12:40-13:00

Teaching particle-wave duality and tunneling in Dutch secondary schools

Ed VAN DEN BERG, Jeroen GRIJSEN, Aernout VAN ROSSUM, Henk POL, Jan VAN DER VEEN
University of Twente
13:00-13:20

How history and philosophy of science can inform teaching and learning of general relativity in upper secondary school

Magdalena KERSTING
University of Oslo, Department of Physics
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.6
12:00-13:30 Single Oral Presentation | O8 Chairperson: Maria Ines MARTINS
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
12:00-12:20

Experiments on items of the Brazilian High School Examination

Maria Ines MARTINS, Eliesio da Silva COSTA
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais
12:20-12:40

Development of the Conceptual Test in Wave Optics

Michal ROSKOT
Department of Physics Education,Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague
12:40-13:00

Methodology of curriculum development – results of the literature review

Petr KOLAR
Department of Physics Education , Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
13:00-13:20

Measuring the quality of instruction in physics education using free modern cloud technologies

Peter STRAUCH, Jozef HANC
Institute of Physics, P.J. Safarik University in Kosice, Institute of Physics, P.J.
13:20-13:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room Hall
13:30-15:00 | Lunch
13:30-15:00

Lunch

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O7 Chairperson: Daryl MCPADDEN
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
15:00-15:20

Graphs in physics: Do they depict reality?

Andrzej SOKOLOWSKI
Lone Star College-Montgomery
15:20-15:40

Examining concurrent representation choices in University Modeling Instruction

Daryl MCPADDEN, Eric BREWE
Michigan State University, Drexel University
15:40-16:00

Derivatives, integrals and vectors in introductory mechanics: the development of a multi-representation test for university students

Marta CARLI, Stefania LIPPIELLO, Ornella PANTANO, Mario PERONA, Giuseppe TORMEN
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Padova, Liceo Statale “A. Veronese”
16:00-16:20

Students’ understanding on questions of electric and magnetic interactions represented with similar surface features

Esmeralda CAMPOS, Pablo BARNIOL, Genaro ZAVALA
Tecnologico de Monterrey
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.3
15:00-15:50 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Tommaso ROSI
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
15:00-15:20

The Augmented Laboratory – a mixed reality setup for physics education

Tommaso ROSI, Pasquale ONORATO, Stefano OSS
University of Trento
15:20-15:40

A perspective on Interactive Lecture Demonstrations as a computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) activity

Shiladitya Raj CHAUDHURY, Sarah CANATSEY, Phllip J. WARD
University of South Alabama
15:40-15:50

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.4
15:00-16:10 Single Oral Presentation | O4 Chairperson: Igal GALILI
L7: Nature of Science, gender and socio-cultural issues in physics education
15:00-15:20

Ecessity of refinement the oversimplified depiction of the nature of science – a view from physics education

Igal GALILI
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
15:20-15:40

The Role of Mathematics for Physics Teaching and Learning in Upper-secondary school

Andreas REDFORS, Lena HANSSON, Örjan HANSSON, Kristina JUTER
Kristianstad University
15:40-16:00

Phenomenon-based learning and model-based teaching: Do they match?

Sascha GRUSCHE
Technische Universität Dresden, Faculty of Physics, Chair of Didactics of Physics
16:00-16:10

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.5
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Angel EZQUERRA
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
15:00-15:20

Using Neuroscientific Evidence to Train Pre-service Physics Teachers on the Concepts of Heat and Cold

Angel EZQUERRA, Ivan EZQUERRA-ROMANO
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, University College London
15:20-15:40

Teacher education and ICT on thermal phenomena

Ovidiu Florin CALTUN, Lidia Cerasela FARCAS, Marisa MICHELINI
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, University of Udine
15:40-16:00

Visual and gestural metaphors for introducing energy to student teachers of primary school and kindergarten levels

Federico CORNI, Hans U. FUCHS, Alessandra LANDINI, Enrico GILIBERTI
Department of Education and Humanities and Center for Metaphor and Narrative in Science - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
16:00-16:20

Pre-service physics teachers’ challenges in designing physics experiments and while guiding their peers carry out these experiments

Ufuk YILDIRIM, Belkıs GARIP
Middle East Technical University
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.2
15:00-15:50 Single Oral Presentation | O10
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
15:00-15:20

Scrum Methodology and Digital Storytelling in Physics Education to Engage Students on Relativity

Roberto CAPONE, Maria Rosaria DEL SORBO
University of Salerno, L. Da Vinci High School
15:20-15:40

A case study about the comprehension of electromagnetic induction in Northern Italy

Marco GILIBERTI, Sara BARBIERI ROBERTA, Michela CAVINATO
Physics Department, University of Milano
15:40-15:50

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.3
15:00-16:30 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Arantza RICO
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
15:00-15:20

A review of studies on students’ difficulties about the nature of sound and its properties

Arantza RICO MARTÍNEZ, Aritz RUIZ-GONZÁLEZ, Oier AZULA, Jenaro GUISASOLA
Departamento de Didáctica de la Matemática y de las Ciencias Experimentales, Faculty of Education and Sport.University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Tknika, Basque Centre of Research and Applied Innovation in Vocational Education and Training. , Donostia Physics Education Research Group and Applied Physics Department, School of Engineering Gipuzkoa,University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
15:20-15:40

Students' response to Einstein-First programme

Tejinder KAUR, David BLAIR, Marjan ZADNIK
The University of Western Australia
15:40-16:00

Scientific-cultural inquiry in school scientific activity

Cristiano MATTOS, José Luis ORTEGA, Leonardo LAGO, André RODRIGUES
University of São Paulo - Institute of Physics, Graduate Programa on Science Education (University of São Paulo) and Bandeirantes School, Faculty of Education - University of Cambridge
16:00-16:20

The use of embodiment in physics teaching

Paula TUZON MARCO, Rafael PALOMAR, Mª Francisca PETIT, Jordi SOLBES
Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Experimentales y Sociales, University of Valencia
16:20-16:30

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.4
15:00-16:30 Workshop | W2
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
15:00-16:30

Teaching/learning physics in bio-areas and related degrees

Daniele BUONGIORNO, Marisa MICHELINI, Alberto STEFANEL, Fernando CUSSÓ, Ginés LIFANTE, Leticia HERRERA, Miguel SANCHO, Armando DEL ROMERO
Research Unit in Physics Education, University of Udine, Dept. de Física de Materiales C-04, , National Center for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC), Facultad de Física, Dept. de Física y Matemáticas,
Engineering School - Room A 3.6
15:00-16:30 Symposium | S4: LAPEN-IACPE: physics teaching and learning at university
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University

LAPEN-IACPE: physics teaching and learning at university

Cesar MORA LEY
Instituto Politécnico Nacional

Teaching electrical circuits from a semiotic approach

Cesar MORA LEY, Marco Antonio MOREIRA
Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Universidad de Burgos, Facultad de Educación

Developing of a test on sound phenomena oriented to students of Health Sciences

Mario Humberto RAMÍREZ DÍAZ
Instituto Politécnico Nacional

Application Zero Papers for Physics

Eduardo MONTERO CARPIO, Florencio PINELA-CONTRERAS
FCNM-ESPOL

Rasch analysis for high school engineering students

Ruben SANCHEZ SANCHEZ, Diego Fernando BECERRA RODRÍGUEZ
Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Colegio I.E.D. Antonio Narió
Engineering School - Room Hall
16:30-17:00 | Coffee break
16:30-17:00

Coffee Break

Engineering School - Room Sala Guillermo Martínez
17:00-18:00 | GIREP Assembly
17:00-18:00

GIREP Assembly


Monday, 9 JUL Tuesday, 10 JUL Wednesday, 11 JUL Thursday, 12 JUL Friday, 13 JUL

Friday, 13 JUL
Musikene - Room Auditorium
09:00-10:00 Lecture | L6 Chairperson: Jenaro GUISASOLA
09:00-10:00

Examining students reasoning in physics through the lens of the Dual Process Theory

Mila KRYJEVSKAIA
Ndsu
Musikene - Room Hall
10:00-10:15 | Pause
10:00-10:15

Pause

Engineering School - Room A 2.2
10:15-11:45 Single Oral Presentation | O3 Chairperson: Pier SIERSMA
L6: ICT and Multimedia in Physics teaching and learning
10:15-10:35

Digital feedback to students to enhance strategic knowledge in medical physics

Pier SIERSMA, Henk POL, Adrie VISSCHER, Wouter VAN JOOLINGEN
University of Twente, Utrecht University
10:35-10:55

Learning physics with interactive videos - possibilities, perception, and challenges

Stefan RICHTBERG, Raimund GIRWIDZ
Chair of Physics Education, LMU Munich
10:55-11:15

Classroom Response System as wave physics misconceptions gathering tool

José Luis LÓPEZ-QUINTERO, Alfonso PONTES-PEDRAJAS, Marta VARO-MARTÍNEZ
Departamento de Física Aplicada. Universidad de Córdoba.
11:15-11:35

Vehicle kinematics with smartphones for engineering students

Fernando ROSADO, Manuel Ángel GONZÁLEZ, Miguel Ángel GONZÁLEZ REBOLLO, Alfonso GÓMEZ
Universidad de Valladolid
11:35-11:45

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.3
10:15-11:25 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Jose Miguel CAMPILLO
L5: Physics into STEM
10:15-10:35

Interdisciplinary experience with Tangram: improving the engagement of STEM students

Marina GONZALEZ ZUBIAURRE, Jose Miguel CAMPILLO ROBLES
Mondragon Unibertsitatea
10:35-10:55

Effects of Online Versus Three Different Assessment Approaches on Engineering Students’ Exam Performance

Maria PARAPPILLY, Mark TAYLOR
Flinders University
10:55-11:15

Development of Physics Competences in Primary Education through a STEAM Approach

Jairo ORTIZ REVILLA, Ileana M. GRECA, Agustin ADURIZ-BRAVO
Departamento de Didácticas Específicas, Facultad de Educación, Universidad de Burgos, Instituto CeFIEC, FCEyN, Universidad de Buenos Aires
11:15-11:25

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.4
10:15-11:45 Single Oral Presentation | O3 Chairperson: Marisa MICHELINI
L3: Pre-service and in-service teachers
10:15-10:35

Prospective primary teacher and the interplay between mathematics and physics

Marisa MICHELINI, Emanuela VIDIC, Gesche POSPIECH
University of Udine, Istituto Comprensivo di Faedis, TU Dresden
10:35-10:55

A conceptual introduction to quantum physics using the sum over paths approach and GeoGebra

Massimiliano MALGIERI, Pasquale ONORATO, Anna DE AMBROSIS
University of Pavia, University of Trento
10:55-11:15

A guide on models and modelling for physics teachers

André HECK, Peter UYLINGS, Chris VAN WEERT
University of Amsterdam, Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics, University of Amsterdam, Graduate School of Child Development and Education, University of Amsterdam, Institute of Physics
11:15-11:35

Case study: working with graphic representations and forces

Àngela GARCIA-LLADÓ, Marina CASTELLS LLAVANERA, Mercè GARCIA-MILÀ
Universitat de Barcelona
11:35-11:45

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 2.5
10:15-11:45 Single Oral Presentation | O1 Chairperson: Duncan CARLSMITH
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
10:15-10:35

Smartphone labs with MATLAB for accelerated physics

Duncan CARLSMITH
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept. of Physics
10:35-10:55

A ‘misleading mathematical legitimacy’? Analysing cases of critical passivity in teachers

Laurence VIENNOT
University Paris Diderot EA4434
10:55-11:15

Improving Student Learning Gains and Attitudes Using Flipped Format Instructional Approach

Homeyra SADAGHIANI
California State polytechnic University
11:15-11:35

Flipped learning with a formative assessment in the development of physics and math conceptual understanding

Eva PANKOVA, Jozef HANC
Institute of Physics, P.J.
11:35-11:45

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.2
10:15-11:05 Single Oral Presentation | O3 Chairperson: Jun - Ichiro YASUDA
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
10:15-10:35

Analyzing the measurement error from false positives in the Force Concept Inventory

Jun - Ichiro YASUDA, Naohiro MAE, Michael M. HULL, Masa-aki TANIGUCHI
Yamagata University, Kansai University, University of Vienna, Meijo University
10:35-10:55

Trampoline bouncing – the experience of the body meets mathematics, visual observations, electronic data collection and analysis

Lassana OUATTARA
Lund University
10:55-11:05

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.3
10:15-11:45 Single Oral Presentation | O4 Chairperson: Christopher MOORE
L2: Physics teaching and learning at University
10:15-10:35

Effect of peer-review on development of students' problem-solving abilities

Christopher MOORE, Taylor CROUCH
University of Nebraska Omaha
10:35-10:55

The role of mathematics in learning introductory quantum physics

Elina PALMGREN, Inkeri KONTRO, Tommi KOKKONEN
University of Helsinki
10:55-11:15

Correlation is not a causation – medicine students awareness about basics statistical physics concepts

Daniel DZIOB, Bartosz LISOWSKI, Michal SWIATEK, Tomasz ROK, Grzegorz TATON
Jagiellonian University Medical College, Department of Biophysics
11:15-11:35

Low cost detectors for teaching nuclear and particle physics

Ian BEARDEN
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
11:35-11:45

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.4
10:15-11:45 Single Oral Presentation | O9 Chairperson: Maria Rita OTERO
L1: Physics teaching and learning at Primary and Secondary Education
10:15-10:35

Relativity of the simultaneity in high school: an analysis based on the Theory of the Conceptual Fields

Maria Rita OTERO UGARTE, Marcelo ARLEGO, Edwin MUÑOZ GUZMAN
Universidad nacional del centro de la provincia de Buenos Aires (UNICEN), Institución Educativa José Maria Bernal
10:35-10:55

Introduction of observer dependent concepts into physics teaching of middle school

Ben STEIN, Igal GALILI
Science Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
10:55-11:15

Teaching kinematics in the optimum number of dimensions

Ian LAWRENCE
Institute of Physics
11:15-11:35

Review of discourse analysis in science classrooms

Nicolás BAUDINO, Juan VELASCO, Laura Maria BUTELER, Enrique Andrés COLEONI
IFEG - CONICET - FAMAF (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba), Instituto De Física Enrique Gaviola, Intituto De Física Enrique Gaviola. Famaf(unc)-conicet
11:35-11:45

Discussion

Engineering School - Room A 3.6
10:15-11:05 Single Oral Presentation | O2 Chairperson: Justyna NOWAK
L4: Physics education in non-formal teaching
10:15-10:35

Understanding of optical phenomena in simple experiments

Justyna NOWAK, Dagmara SOKOLOWSKA
Academy of Young Explorers Foundation, Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University
10:35-10:55

Dissemination and teaching of Astronomy and Physics through informal approaches to a non-specialist public

Edio DA COSTA JUNIOR, Bruno FERNANDES DA SILVA
Instituto Federal de Minas Gerais - Campus Ouro Preto
10:55-11:05

Discussion

Engineering School - Room Guillermo Martinez
12:30 | Closing Ceremony
Engineering School - Room Hall
13:30 | Farewell coctail

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