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17. Arrivo a Udine - Welcome, registration, opening session
18. Proceedings
 
  Abstracts of the contributionsA - L
  [M - Z]
A Development of abilities for the comparison of different physical models with the use of the new technologies
Dr. Ramón Cala Aiello, Physics Department, University of Camagüey, Cuba
  Round Table 1 - The improvement of science teaching and the role of the Institutions to improve quality pre service and in service teacher education
A.I.F. Associazione per l'Insegnamento della Fisica, Italy
  A weblog on physics of everyday objects for primary school teachers
Allasia Daniela(1), Amisano Giuliana(2), Montel Valentina(1), Rinaudo Giuseppina(1) (1)Department of Experimental Physics of the University of Torino (Italy) (2)USCOT – Faculty of “Scienze della Formazione” of the University of Torino (Italy)
  Interactive seminars for initial physics teacher training
Laura - Iulia Anita, Faculty of Physics, University ``Al.I. Cuza’’, Iasi 6600, Romania
Complete document (anita.pdf 155 KB)
  Daily life instruments for physical demonstrations
A. Audrito2 , C. Agnes1 , T. Marino2 , P. Taverna1
1 Dipartimento di Fisica Politecnico di Torino 2 Scuola di Specializzazione Insegnanti Piemonte
  Teachers training to teach experimental method at university
María de los Dolores Ayala Velázquez Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa
B A co-operation experience to promote and support an effective teaching.
Luisa Bari “Da Vinci” High School - Treviso Giuliana Cavaggioni Science Education Laboratory – CIRD - Trieste University Maurizio Grazio Comprehensive School - Zero Branco Sandra Turra “Coletti” Middle School - Treviso
  Exploring the potential of computer-aided practical work as an agent for innovative change: a pilot study with able Y10 students
Roy Barton School of Education and Professional Development, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK.
  Some features of causal reasoning: common sense and physics teaching
Besson Ugo L.D.S.P. University of Paris “Denis Diderot” (Paris 7) – France
  Using science education research in the physics teacher training
Besson Ugo L.D.S.P. University of Paris “Denis Diderot” (Paris 7) – France
  The trainig experience carried out in secondary schools by young physics teachers attending SSIS in Veneto
Carina Bianchi, Daniela Lazzaro, Francesco Minosso SSIS Veneto – Indirizzo FIM
  Teaching and popularising physics by multimedia instruments: INFM experiences and actions. Complete documen (bussei.pdf 913 KB)
Marco Bianucci, Paolo Bussei, Silvia Merlino, INFM – UdR Parma
  The conquest of energy – The physical properties of materials Complete documen (fieschi.pdf 530 KB)
Marco Bianucci, Paolo Bussei, Silvia Merlino, INFM – UdR Parma, Roberto Fieschi, Università di Parma, Dipartimento di Fisica
  A simple model of a liquid crystal thermometer
Ana Gostincar Blagotinsek, Mojca Cepic University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Textbooks to support learning and teaching
Ana Gostincar Blagotinsek University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Physical phenomena in preschool and elementary education - Teaching and learning activities
Vera Bojovic Department of Development, Belgrade
Complete documen (bojovic1.pdf 333 KB)
  The possibility of systematic introduction of children to physical phenomena
V. Bojovic Ministry of Education, Draže Pavlovica 15, 11000 Beograd
  From University courses to teaching practice in schools: an example
Lidia Borghi, Anna De Ambrosis, Paolo Mascheretti Dipartimento di Fisica “A. Volta”, Università di Pavia, Italy
  Science teacher training across Europe: establishing a pathway for a common science teachers training framework
Cecile Vander Borght, Louvain Catholic University Franz Bogner, University of Ludwig Stavros Savvas, Sofoclis Sotiriou, Emmanuil Apostolakis, Ellinogermaniki Agogi
  Teacher Mentor in Secondary School: linking innovation in teaching, pre-service and in-service teacher training in Italy
Maria Bortoluzzi University of Udine
Complete document (bortoluzzi.pdf 141 KB)
C Level of knowledge and misconception of the pupils on electric current
Ioana Caltun " V. Alecsandri" High School Iasi, 6600 Iasi, Romania Daniela Baban " Tehnoton" High School Iasi, 6600 Iasi, Romania Mihaela Ursulean,Vasile Ursulean Country School of Brodina, Department of Suceava, Romania Ovidiu Florin Caltun Faculty of Physics, "A.I.Cuza" University, 11 Blvd Carol I, 6600 Iasi, Romania
  Trends in standards and professional development of physics teachers
Ovidiu Florin Caltun Faculty of Physics, “A.I.Cuza” University, 11 Blvd Carol I
  Physics didactics and physics teacher training
Ovidiu Florin Caltun Faculty of Physics, “A.I.Cuza” University, 11 Blvd Carol I, 6600 Iasi, Romania Liliana Ciascai Faculty of Science Education, “Babes Bolyai” University, 1B Mihail Kogalniceanu Str., 3400 Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  Challenge in Physics Education
Ovidiu Florin Caltun Faculty of Physics, “A.I.Cuza” University, 11 Blvd Carol I, 6600 Iasi, Romania Liliana Ciascai Faculty of Science Education, “Babes Bolyai” University, 1B Mihail Kogalniceanu Str., 3400 Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  In-service distance training for teachers of physics
Ovidiu Florin Caltun, Alexandru Stancu Faculty of Physics, “A.I.Cuza” University, 11 Blvd Carol I, 6600 Iasi, Romania
  “Precampus”: a collaboration between Secondary School and University
Luigia Cazzaniga I.T.C.G.”Primo Levi” Seregno (Mi), SILSIS di Milano Fabrizio Celentano Università dell’Insubria Varese Marco Giliberti Phycsics Department Università degli studi di Milano
  Teachers' training program for teaching physics within science in lower secondary school
Mojca Cepic Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  An approach to physics of everydaylife phenomena with portable sensors and a graphic calculator in a lab course for the formation of physics teachers
Cuppari Antonella(1) , Marino Tommaso(2), Rinaudo Giuseppina(3), Rovero Gianna(3) (1)Liceo Scientifico Galileo Ferraris - Torino (Italy) (2)Istituto Tecnico Industriale Edoardo Amaldi - Orbassano (Italy) (3)Department of Experimental Physics of the University of Torino (Italy)
D Producing resources and materials for the in-service training of physics teachers.
Prof. Biagio Mario Dibilio Technical Inspector, MIUR
  Towards improving the quality of physics instruction – results of a video-study on key patterns of instruction and the development of student achievement and interest
Reinders Duit, Manfred Euler, Maike Tesch IPN – Leibniz Institute for Science Education at the University of Kiel, Germany
  Modelling in physics education - Theory and experience
Larry Dukeritsch, Stanislav Zelenda Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
E The SUPERCOMET project - developing new educational material for upper secondary physics
Vegard, Engstrøm Simplicatus AS, Norway Mojca, Cepic University of Ljubljana, Slovenia John, McGrath Edinburgh’s Telford College, UK Sara, Ciapparelli, Giovanna, Colombo Istituto Tecnicale Commerciale Statale ‘Enrico Tosi’, Italy Paolo, Piseri Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Italy
F Teachers education using a project approach: modelling the airplane flight using ict-based strategies
C. Fazio, R. M. Sperandeo-Mineo and G. Tarantino Department of Physical and Astronomical Sciences- University of Palermo, Italy
  Pre-service teacher preparation: examples of pedagogic activities by using ict tools
C. Fazio, G. Tarantino and R. M. Sperandeo-Mineo GRIAF (Research Group on Teaching/Learning Physics) Department of Physical and Astronomical Studies University of Palermo, Italy
  Motivation, mentoring, manipulatives: a two-way formative process in teacher training through a knowledge exchange between universities and schools
Nicola Ferralis and Renee D. Diehl Physics Department., Penn State University, University Park, USA Daniel C. Haworth Mechanical Engineering Department., Penn State University, Univeristy Park, USA
Complete documen (ferralis.pdf 155 KB)
  Activities of a cross-institutional group to promote physics
Chantal, Ferrer-Roca The "Working Group in Physics" Servei de Formació Permanent - Universitat de València
Complete document (ferrer.pdf 190 KB)
  Simulating gravitational interaction, how tangible is a virtual lab?
M. Fonseca - A. Castrillón C Grupo Física e Informática, Universidad Distrital, Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá - Colombia
  Teaching physics by integrating the traditional experiment, the computer controlled experiment and computer simulation.
M. Fonseca, A. Hurtado, C. Lombana, O. Ocaña Universidad Distrital, Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá - Colombia Proyecto Curricular de Licenciatura en Física Grupo Física e Informática
  How to explain why a physics law works or doesn’t work: the newton’s gravitation case.
Fontana Fabrizio Università del Molise (Campobasso – Italia)
G Cultural and professional aspects in teacher training
M. Gagliardi Physics Dept., University of Bologna, Italy E. Giordano Faculty of Education, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
Complete document (gagliardi.pdf 164 KB)
  Changes in physics curriculum for prospective physics teachers as implied by the cultural change and the crisis in physics education
Igal Galili, Michael Tzeitlin The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  The application of computers in the physics teaching
M. Garic, D. Obadovic, D. Kapor Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, University of Novi Sad, Trg D. Obradovica 4, 21000 Novi Sad
  Physics of flight - Conception and misconception
Geyer Monika Mathelitsch Leopold, Inst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Graz, Austria Gunacker Ernst Pedag. Academy Graz-Seckau, Austria
  Physics of flight - A school project
Geyer Monika, Isola Anton BHAK Judenburg, Austria
  Teaching quantum physics to student teachers of S.I.L.S.I.S.- MI
Marco Giliberti, Ludovico Lanz Dipartimento di Fisica Università degli Studi di Milano Luigia Cazzaniga ITICG Primo Levi, Seregno (Milano)
  Il ruolo dell’epistemologia nella didattica scientifica
Franco Giudice Dip. di Fisica "A.Volta", Univ. di Pavia.
  Project 5 P03B 076 20. Epistemological Obstacles in the Teaching of Physics. Students and their Teachers Difficulties in Understanding of Physics. The Role of Textbooks
Zofia Golab-Meyer, Danuta Szot-Gawlik
  History and philosophy of physics as tools for pre-service teacher education
Nella Grimellini Tomasini, Olivia Levrini Physics Department, University of Bologna, Italy
Complete document (grimellini2.pdf 206 KB)
  Is the "teacher-as-researcher" model worthwhile for pre-service teacher education?
Nella Grimellini Tomasini, Olivia Levrini Physics Department, University of Bologna, Italy
Complete document (grimellini1.pdf 166 KB)
  Epistemological and ontological aspects in science teacher education
Rufina Gutierrez Science Education. Fundación Castroverde. Madrid. Spain. Grup de Recerca TIRE. Science Education Dept. Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona. Spain.
I Assessing, through reporting, the problem of practical work
José Insausti Dpto. Química Física, Universidad de Valladolid Isabel Bustamante, Mariano Merino Dpto. Didáctica Ciencias Experimentales, Universidad de Valladolid.
J Aspect of contribution to teaching process
Branislav Jovanovic Regional department in Kragujevac
  Rotating electrolyte between cylindrical electrods in magnetic field
Branislav Jovanovic Regional department in Kragujevac
K From school to university: teacher-student interaction at a transitional state
Siddiq T. Kafi (1,2) and Mohsin Tambal (2) (1)Biophysics department, Huygens Laboratory, Leiden University, Leiden,The Netherlands. (2)School Of Applied Physics, Faculty of Science and Technology, Neelain University, Khartoum, Sudan.
  How should we treat inertial forces in the introductory physics course?
Dov Kaplan, Igal Galili The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  Mathematics and physics – should we “unteach” the teachers?
Darko Kapor, Agneš Kapor Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, University of Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro
  Multimedia tools in teaching physics
Grzegorz Karwasz Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Trento Italy Wiktor Niedzicki Mechatronics Department,Technical University Warsaw, Poland Anna Okoniewska, Eryk RajchInstytut Fizyki, Pomerianian Pedagogical Academy, Slupsk, Poland
Complete document (karwasz.pdf 408 KB)
  Low-cost experiments for creative learning of gas laws and pressure
Alexander Kazachkov, Andrey Maznichko Kharkov National University, Kharkov, Ukraine Eugene Syrkin Kharkov National Polytechnic University, Kharkov, Ukraine
  Education of teachers for the course of physics in kinder garden and primary school Complete document (kondakov.pdf 137 KB)
O. Kondakov, Eletz State (pedagogical) University S. Markova, Moscow State University
  Distance instructing of in-service teachers in computer-based measurements.
Václav Koubek, Karla Holá, Sona Bendíková, Vincent Cigánik, MiroslavŠedivý, Marián Danišovic Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
Complete document (hola.pdf 132 KB)
  Computerised laboratory in science and technology teaching: teacher training
Libor Konícek, Erika Mechlová 1 Faculty of Science, University of Ostrava, 30. dubna 22, 701 03 Ostrava, Czech Republic Antonín Balnar Gymnázium, Cs. exilu 669, 708 00 Ostrava, Czech Republic
  Resources and didactic materials for early science
Dušan Krnel Faculty of Education, Ljubljana, Slovenia Seta Oblak Ljubljana, Slovenia
Zvonka Kos, Modrijan Založba Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Some open problems in education of prospective physics teachers
Rudolf Krsnik, Maja Planinic, Planinka Pecina, Ana Susac Physics Department, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
L University, schools, teachers: cooperative relationships
John W. Layman University of Maryland, USA
Complete document (layman.pdf 148 KB, layman_ref.pdf 111 KB)
  Physics teachers’ views and knowledge of concept definitions
Yaron Lehavi and Igal Galili Science Teaching Department, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem 91904, Israel
  Distance Physics - problem or potential?
Bernt Linell Swedish Agency for Flexible Learning (CFL)
  Physics at a distance, problem or opportunity?
Bernt Linell Swedish Agency for Flexible Learning Ulf Jönsson Gotland Adult Education
  Educational Portal TELMAE – Gate to science education
Zdena Lustigova Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague Czech Republic
  Modelling instruction in physics education - online course for physics teachers
Zdena Lustigova Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague Czech Republic
Complete document (lustigova2.pdf 150 KB)