Dec 13 – 16, 2021
Europe/Zurich timezone
All reviews have been received. We hope to bring you the results soon (in November that is).

Contribution List

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David Sands (private) , David Sands (independent)
12/13/21, 11:00 AM
3. Representation in teaching and learning physics
Workshop in Wroclaw

see attached document

Yaron Lehavi (The David Yellin College of Education) , Marisa Michelini
12/13/21, 2:00 PM
Invited keynote in Wroclaw

Crosscutting concepts in science education: Illusions, challenges and hopes

Mrs Cíntia Daniele Picalho (Escola Dinâmica do Ensino Moderno (EDEM) ) , Dr Viégas Aline (Colégio Pedro II) , Eduardo Capossoli (Colégio Pedro II / IF-UFRJ)
12/13/21, 4:20 PM
15. Nature of Science, gender and socio-cultural issues in physics education
Presentations in Guayaquil

Dear Organizers

We would like to submit our abstract, entitled “Who is that girl? She is the one who took the first photo of a Black Hole!” to be presented as an oral communication (Presenting in realtime with record – Guayaquil time zone) in the III WCPE.

With best regards.

The authors.

Dr Pratibha Jolly (Miranda House, University of Delhi, India) , Roberto Nardi (IUPAP)
12/14/21, 9:00 AM
Invited keynote in Wroclaw

Innovation, Enterprise and Physics Education: Weaving Paradigms for the World of Work

Angelika Pahl , Federico Corni (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano) , José Cantó Doménech , Marisa Michelini , Stamatis Vokos (Department of Physics, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, USA)
12/14/21, 11:00 AM
9. Initial teacher education, teacher professional development and Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Symposium in Wroclaw

Innovation in Kindergarten and Primary School Teacher Education in Physical Sciences.

Speakers
Federico CORNI
Faculty of Education, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy)
Stamatis Vokos
Department of Physics, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, USA

Description

Symposium
Innovation in Kindergarten and Primary School Teacher Education in Physical...

Tomasz Greczyło , Ton ELLERMEIJER
12/14/21, 2:00 PM
Invited keynote in Wroclaw

Video clips in physics education

Prof. Marika Kapanadze (Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia) , Dr Fadeel Joubran (Arab College for Education, Israel) , Dr Alexander Mazzolini (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia) , Dr Gabriela Jonas-Ahrend (Paderborn University, Germany)
12/15/21, 7:00 AM
11. Secondary school physics
Presentations in Hanoi

Physics textbooks have been generally viewed as important tools that provide reliable information that supports and enhances students’ understanding of critical concepts. This paper investigates whether physics textbooks have met these goals, and how well they have adapted to inquiry-based teaching and on-line learning. The presented study is a literature review about physics textbook...

Elien Sijmkens , Elien Sijmkens (KU Leuven) , Jenaro Guisasola (UPV/EHU) , Jenaro Guisasola , Jenaro Guisasola (University of the Basque country) , Lana Ivanjek , Lana Ivanjek (TU Dresden) , Paul van Kampen (Dublin City University) , Paul van Kampen , T.J. Kelly (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology)
12/15/21, 11:00 AM
4. Teaching and learning physics concepts
Symposium in Wroclaw

Online Symposium. Organized by GTG Physics education Research at University-PERU
Abstract. Many countries are experiencing significant problems with engaging students with the advanced study of physical sciences. Where this is the case, it is a source of significant concern. Whilst science and engineering are often seen as interesting to young people, such interest is not reflected in the...

Prof. Claudio Fazio (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy) , Dagmara Sokołowska , Prof. David Sands (University of Chester, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Chester, U.K. ) , David Sands (independent) , Prof. Peppino Sapia (University of Calabria – Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, Rende (CS), Italy) , Zuzana Jeskova (Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Science, Kosice, Slovakia) , Prof. Dagmara Sokolowska (Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland) , Onofrio Rosario Battaglia (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy)
12/16/21, 9:00 AM
Symposium in Wroclaw

Abstract. Active Learning strategies are acknowledged to improve student understanding in many disciplinary fields. However, both the shift in learning objectives due to the use of these strategies and the recent need to implement active learning taking into account the requirements of mixed-mode teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic pose the problem of developing and validating new...

Volker Heck (University of Siegen)
13. Physics into STEM education
Symposium in Wroclaw
Elien Sijmkens , Elien Sijmkens (KU Leuven)
Symposium in Wroclaw
Jenaro Guisasola , Jenaro Guisasola (UPV/EHU) , Jenaro Guisasola (University of the Basque country)
Symposium in Wroclaw
Paul van Kampen (Dublin City University) , Paul van Kampen
Symposium in Wroclaw
Prof. Claudio Fazio (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy) , Dagmara Sokołowska , Prof. David Sands (University of Chester, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Chester, U.K. ) , David Sands (independent) , Prof. Peppino Sapia (University of Calabria – Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, Rende (CS), Italy) , Zuzana Jeskova (Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Science, Kosice, Slovakia) , Prof. Dagmara Sokolowska (Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland) , Onofrio Rosario Battaglia (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy)
Symposium in Wroclaw

Abstract. Active Learning strategies are acknowledged to improve student understanding in many disciplinary fields. However, both the shift in learning objectives due to the use of these strategies and the recent need to implement active learning taking into account the requirements of mixed-mode teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic pose the problem of developing and validating new...

Prof. Claudio Fazio (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy) , Dagmara Sokołowska , Prof. David Sands (University of Chester, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Chester, U.K. ) , David Sands (independent) , Prof. Peppino Sapia (University of Calabria – Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, Rende (CS), Italy) , Zuzana Jeskova (Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Science, Kosice, Slovakia) , Prof. Dagmara Sokolowska (Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland) , Onofrio Rosario Battaglia (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy)
Symposium in Wroclaw

Abstract. Active Learning strategies are acknowledged to improve student understanding in many disciplinary fields. However, both the shift in learning objectives due to the use of these strategies and the recent need to implement active learning taking into account the requirements of mixed-mode teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic pose the problem of developing and validating new...

Prof. Claudio Fazio (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy) , Dagmara Sokołowska , Prof. David Sands (University of Chester, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Chester, U.K. ) , David Sands (independent) , Prof. Peppino Sapia (University of Calabria – Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, Rende (CS), Italy) , Zuzana Jeskova (Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Science, Kosice, Slovakia) , Prof. Dagmara Sokolowska (Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland) , Onofrio Rosario Battaglia (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy)
Symposium in Wroclaw

Abstract. Active Learning strategies are acknowledged to improve student understanding in many disciplinary fields. However, both the shift in learning objectives due to the use of these strategies and the recent need to implement active learning taking into account the requirements of mixed-mode teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic pose the problem of developing and validating new...

Prof. Claudio Fazio (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy) , Dagmara Sokołowska , Prof. David Sands (University of Chester, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Chester, U.K. ) , David Sands (independent) , Prof. Peppino Sapia (University of Calabria – Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, Rende (CS), Italy) , Zuzana Jeskova (Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Science, Kosice, Slovakia) , Prof. Dagmara Sokolowska (Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland) , Onofrio Rosario Battaglia (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy)
Symposium in Wroclaw

Abstract. Active Learning strategies are acknowledged to improve student understanding in many disciplinary fields. However, both the shift in learning objectives due to the use of these strategies and the recent need to implement active learning taking into account the requirements of mixed-mode teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic pose the problem of developing and validating new...

Prof. Claudio Fazio (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy) , Dagmara Sokołowska , Prof. David Sands (University of Chester, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Chester, U.K. ) , David Sands (independent) , Prof. Peppino Sapia (University of Calabria – Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, Rende (CS), Italy) , Zuzana Jeskova (Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Science, Kosice, Slovakia) , Prof. Dagmara Sokolowska (Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland) , Onofrio Rosario Battaglia (University of Palermo, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Palermo, Italy)
Symposium in Wroclaw

Abstract. Active Learning strategies are acknowledged to improve student understanding in many disciplinary fields. However, both the shift in learning objectives due to the use of these strategies and the recent need to implement active learning taking into account the requirements of mixed-mode teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic pose the problem of developing and validating new...