GIREP-EPEC 2023 Conference, Košice, Slovakia

from Monday, July 3, 2023 (8:00 AM) to Friday, July 7, 2023 (9:00 PM)
Faculty of Science, UPJS, Košice, Slovakia

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jul 3, 2023
Jul 4, 2023
Jul 5, 2023
Jul 6, 2023
Jul 7, 2023
8:00 AM
Registration (until 9:30 AM) (Plenary hall)
9:30 AM
GIREP (until 10:00 AM) (Plenary hall)
10:00 AM
Plenary talk - Chairman: Marisa Michelini (until 11:00 AM) (Plenary hall)
10:00 AM Physics Teacher Professional Learning: innovative models for promoting culture and addressing societal issues - Eilish McLoughlin (School of Physical Sciences & CASTeL, Dublin City University, Ireland)   (Plenary hall)
11:00 AM --- Coffe break ---
11:00 AM
Poster Set-Up (until 11:40 AM) (Poster 1/Poster 2)
11:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:40 AM
Plenary talk - Chairman: Claudio Fazio (until 12:40 PM) (Plenary hall)
11:40 AM Challenges in AI-generated physics education - Gabriel Semanišin (Faculty of Science, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia) Ľubomír Antoni (Faculty of Science, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia)   (Plenary hall)
8:00 AM
Registration (until 9:00 AM) (Plenary hall)
9:00 AM
Plenary talk - Chairman: Zuzana Ješková (until 10:00 AM) (Plenary hall)
9:00 AM The importance of laboratory instruction in the physics curriculum - Ian Barden (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark)   (Plenary hall)
10:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:00 AM
Poster Set-Up (until 10:40 AM) (Poster 1/ Poster 2)
10:40 AM
Hybrid session - early - Chairman: Andreja Šarlah (until 12:40 PM) (Room 1H)
10:40 AM Developing scientific thinking in early childhood - Caterina Bembich   (Room 1H)
11:20 AM Teaching gain: a measure of Physics teachers’ improvements - Valentina Bologna (University of Trieste)   (Room 1H)
11:40 AM Short videos for elaborative encoding of physics principles before lectures with Peer Instruction - Vegard Gjerde (University of Bergen)   (Room 1H)
10:40 AM
Innovative strategies at school - Chairman: Jitka Houfková (until 12:40 PM) (Room 4)
10:40 AM Effectiveness of MiniPIX detector activities dispelling high school students’ misconceptions about radioactivity and ionising radiation - Mr Daniel Parcerisas Brossa   (Room 4)
11:00 AM Measuring the effectiveness of motion simulation programs in high school physics education - Tamás Radnai (Jedlik Ányos Secondary School)   (Room 4)
11:20 AM The influence of hypotheses before experiments on data-based conclusions after experiments - Sophia Chroszczinsky (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)   (Room 4)
11:40 AM DBR projects in Physics Education Research – why and how? - Prof. Claudia Haagen-Schützenhöfer   (Room 4)
12:00 PM Investigating high school students’ gaze patterns when learning with Feynman diagrams - Merten Nikolay Dahlkemper (CERN)   (Room 4)
10:40 AM
Lab work and experiments - Chairman: Leoš Dvořák (until 12:40 PM) (Room 5)
10:40 AM STEM recipes for digital natives - Fanni Vitkóczi   (Room 5)
11:00 AM Students’ intrinsic motivation in the context of their level of engagement in physics experimentation - Alexandr Nikitin (Department of Physics Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague)   (Room 5)
11:20 AM Measuring the average speed of a comet - Stefano Sandrelli   (Room 5)
11:40 AM Do It Yourself: a Simple Model of the Kibble Balance - Leoš Dvořák   (Room 5)
10:40 AM
Workshop Innovative strategies at school - Mojca Čepič (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education) (until 12:10 PM) (Workshop 1)
10:40 AM How a simple activity can open a door to serious inquiry: The boat competition - Mojca Čepič (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education)   (Workshop 1)
10:40 AM
Workshop Remote and Online Teaching and Learning - David Sokoloff (until 12:10 PM) (Workshop 2)
10:40 AM Home-Adapted Interactive Lecture Demonstrations: Active Learning at Home - David Sokoloff   (Workshop 2)
9:00 AM
Plenary talk - Chairman: David Sands (until 10:00 AM) (Plenary hall)
9:00 AM Unexpected trajectories into higher education physics: Perspectives on gender, identity and culture - Anna T. Danielsson (Stockholm University, Sweden)   (Plenary hall)
10:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:40 AM
GIREP (until 11:40 AM) (Plenary hall)
11:40 AM
Plenary talk - Chairman: Dagmara Sokolowska (until 12:40 PM) (Plenary hall)
11:40 AM From theoretical studies of liquid crystals to professional learning communities of teachers - Mojca Čepič (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education)   (Plenary hall)
9:30 AM
Plenary talk - Chairman: Paul Logman (until 10:30 AM) (Plenary hall)
9:30 AM Use of quantitative methods in Physics Education Research: searching for new perspectives to inform theory and practice - Italo Testa (University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy)   (Plenary hall)
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:10 AM
Hybrid session - early - Chairman: Sergej Faletič (until 12:50 PM) (Room 1H)
11:10 AM Facilitating the understanding of quantum mechanics: risks and benefits of Artificial Intelligence in an African context - Baudouin DILLMANN   (Room 1H)
11:30 AM Speaking the Unspeakable 2023 – an exhibit on quantum entanglement and Bell’s inequality - Valentina DE RENZI   (Room 1H)
11:50 AM Visualizing Entanglement in multi-Qubit Systems - Jonas Bley ((1) Department of Physics and Research Center OPTIMAS, University of Kaiserslautern-Landau, Germany)   (Room 1H)
12:10 PM The Quantum Jungle for Secondary-School Education - Prof. Maria Luisa (Marilù) Chiofalo (Department of Physics “Enrico Fermi” and INFN-Pisa, Largo Bruno Pontecorvo 3, I-56126 Pisa, Italy)   (Room 1H)
12:30 PM First outcomes a teaching-learning sequence on quantum information and computation - Massimiliano Malgieri (Università di Pavia)   (Room 1H)
11:10 AM
Symposium - David Sands (until 12:40 PM) (Room 5)
11:10 AM
Symposium - Claudio Fazio (Università degli Studi di Palermo) (until 12:40 PM) (Room 3)
11:10 AM Methods and technological tools to support active learning at school and university - Eugenio TUFINO (Department of Physics, University of Trento) Micol Alemani (Institute of Physics and Astronomy, University of Potsdam,) Peter DEMKANIN (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava) Claudio Fazio (Università degli Studi di Palermo) Onofrio Rosario BATTAGLIA (Department of Physics and Chemistry, University of Palermo)   (Room 3)
11:10 AM
Symposium - Marco Giliberti (Università degli Studi di Milano) (until 12:40 PM) (Room 2)
11:10 AM Cultural Understanding of Physics: Instruments and Methods - Prof. Grzegorz Karwasz (University Nicolaus Copernicus, Torun) Luisa Lovisetti (University of Milan, Department of Physics) Marco Giliberti (Università degli Studi di Milano) Giovanni Organtini (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT)) Tommaso Rosi   (Room 2)
11:10 AM
Symposium - Federico Corni (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano) (until 12:40 PM) (Room 4)
11:10 AM Physics education in kindergarten: children learning and teachers training - Federico Corni (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano)   (Room 4)
9:00 AM
Excursion (until 4:30 PM) ()
9:00 AM
Short excursion (until 10:30 AM) ()
12:40 PM --- Lunch ---
1:40 PM
Hybrid session - later - Chairman: Giacomo Torzo (until 3:30 PM) (Room 1H)
1:40 PM New experiment to understand the role of CO2 in global warming - Valentin Maron (EFTS (Education, Formation, Travail, Savoirs), Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès – France)   (Room 1H)
2:00 PM Astronomy and Arduino applications in Physics class - Maria PETO   (Room 1H)
2:20 PM Teaching Scientific Practices Through Low-Cost Tools: An Experiment with High School Students - Lucia Gabelli (University of Padova)   (Room 1H)
1:40 PM
Innovative curricula - Chairman: Jozef Hanč (until 3:30 PM) (Room 4)
2:20 PM How well do physics textbooks meet the the development of Scientific Literacy skills - Dr Fadeel Joubran (Arab Academic College of Education in Israel)   (Room 4)
2:40 PM Application of Item response curves analysis and Rasch model on physics knowledge tests of Croatian students - Ivana Štibi   (Room 4)
3:00 PM What we know and can know from the TIMSS Advanced physics testing of the final-year students of secondary school in the Czech Republic - Ms Petra Pschotnerová (Charles University)   (Room 4)
1:40 PM
Innovative strategies at University - Chairman: Paul Logman (until 3:30 PM) (Room 5)
1:40 PM The relationship between degrees of freedom and the thermodynamic and Boltzmann entropies in complex thermal systems. - David Sands   (Room 5)
2:00 PM Using peer-reviewed papers to design new type problems - Andreja Šarlah (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana)   (Room 5)
2:20 PM Enhancing University First-Year Physics Education: Implementation of Interactive-Engagement Methods for Deeper Conceptual Understanding - Zuzana Jeskova   (Room 5)
2:40 PM Decision-making by students in lab courses: stimulating students’ reasoning when choosing apparatus in experiments - Dr Paul Logman (Leiden University)   (Room 5)
1:40 PM
Innovative strategies at school - Chairman: Tetyana Antimirova (until 3:30 PM) (Room 2)
1:40 PM Fostering gifted students in physics - Marianne Korner   (Room 2)
2:00 PM Critical Reading in Physics Lessons - Klára Velmovská (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia)   (Room 2)
2:20 PM Multimedia-supported electricity teaching via the application “Puma : Spannungslabor” - Christoph Stolzenberger   (Room 2)
2:40 PM Trustworthiness as Central Design Principle for Introducing Uncertainties of Measurements to Students - Clemens Nagel   (Room 2)
1:40 PM
Workshop Innovative strategies at university - Guillaume Schiltz Gerald Feldman (until 3:10 PM) (Workshop 1)
1:40 PM Creating a Student-Centered Collaborative Learning Environment in a University Physics Classroom - Gerald Feldman Guillaume Schiltz   (Workshop 1)
3:30 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Digital technologies - Chairman: Michael Fox (until 5:30 PM) (Room 4)
4:00 PM Open Data Science Tools and Artificial Intelligence in Physics Education & Research - Prof. Jozef Hanč (P. J. Safarik University)   (Room 4)
4:20 PM Equipping the Youth for the 21st Century - Open Data and Scientific Literacy for All - Peitsa Veteli (Helsinki Institute of Physics (FI))   (Room 4)
4:40 PM Integrating Python data analysis in an existing introductory laboratory course - Eugenio Tufino (University of Trento)   (Room 4)
5:00 PM Context dependence of machine-learning models for the analysis of argumentation in undergraduate lab reports - Michael Fox (Imperial College London)   (Room 4)
4:00 PM
Hybrid session - later - Chairman: Claudio Fazio (until 5:30 PM) (Room 1H)
4:00 PM Old (but Gold) Quantum Theory – A coherent framework for high-school students and teachers - Luisa Lovisetti (Department of Physics, University of Milan)   (Room 1H)
4:20 PM Deciding the future of Quantum Technologies - Simon Goorney (Department of Management, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark)   (Room 1H)
4:40 PM Astronomy concepts in the primary education: a case Brazilian school - Carlos Mometti (School of Education, University of São Paulo)   (Room 1H)
5:00 PM Algebraic graphs and equations versus kinematics graphs and equations – High School teachers’ perceptions - Mr Itumeleng Phage (Central University of Technology, Free State)   (Room 1H)
4:00 PM
Innovative strategies at University - Chairman: Gerald Feldman (until 5:30 PM) (Room 5)
4:00 PM Developing an analytical framework to characterize physics teachers’ approaches to the pedagogy of derivations - Dr KK Mashood (Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India)   (Room 5)
4:20 PM Supporting collaborative conceptual change in Physics: analysing the voice, argumentation, and social interaction - Dr Anna-Leena Kähkönen (University of Jyväskylä)   (Room 5)
4:40 PM Students’ experiences of applying vector quantities to rotational motion - Åke Fäldt   (Room 5)
4:00 PM
Workshop Informal and non-formal learning - Viera Haverlíková (Department of Didactics in Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia) (until 5:30 PM) (Workshop 2)
4:00 PM PhysLab Break – escape games for physics education - Mrs Viera Haverlíková (Department of Didactics in Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia)   (Workshop 2)
4:00 PM
Workshop Innovative strategies at university - David Sands (until 5:30 PM) (Workshop 1)
4:00 PM Conceptual Approaches To Teaching - David Sands   (Workshop 1)
6:00 PM
GIREP (until 7:00 PM) (Restaurant)
12:40 PM --- Lunch ---
1:40 PM
Hybrid session - later - Chairman: Micol Alemani (until 3:30 PM) (Room 1H)
1:40 PM Introduction to Measurement Uncertainties for Middle School Classes - Hannah Loidl   (Room 1H)
2:00 PM The construction of PET bottle rockets with water propulsion were means used to develop a Meaningful Learning of Newton's Third Law in a High School class - Prof. Graziele Aparecida Correa Ribeiro (CENTRO UNIVERSITÁRIO INTERNACIONAL - UNINTER)   (Room 1H)
2:20 PM Prospective primary teacher education on electric phenomena - erik Pagnutti   (Room 1H)
2:40 PM The Kaleidoscope : a case of the reflection of light - Ruth MARTINEZ VICTORIA (UNAM)   (Room 1H)
3:00 PM Improving pre-service science teachers’ mastery in designing and implementing inquiry experiments in physics concepts - Beril Yılmaz Senem   (Room 1H)
1:40 PM
Innovative strategies at school - Chairman: Katarína Kozelková (until 3:30 PM) (Room 5)
1:40 PM Teaching electric circuits using real-world contexts – effects on conceptual understanding, interest, and self-concept - Benedikt Gottschlich (Physics Education Research Group, University of Tübingen)   (Room 5)
2:00 PM Heat and temperature in middle school: step by step towards complexity through experiments and a narrative approach - Federico Corni (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano)   (Room 5)
2:20 PM Probing a space exploration awareness in a Swedish secondary school - Oleg Popov   (Room 5)
2:40 PM The Impact of Using Multimedia Technology in Learning Conceptual Electrical Knowledge - Florian Frank   (Room 5)
3:00 PM Students’ perceptions on the assessment in physics lessons - Katarína Kozelková   (Room 5)
1:40 PM
Interdisciplinary approaches - Chairman: Jozef Hanč (until 3:30 PM) (Room 4)
1:40 PM Student’s Conceptions of the Greenhouse Effect: Consistent ideas or fragmented pieces? - Prof. Thomas Schubatzky (University of Innsbruck)   (Room 4)
2:00 PM FisicaMente al Liceo: a project for interlacing mathematics and physics in secondary school - Stefania Lippiello   (Room 4)
2:20 PM Teaching Physics through Astronomy in secondary school: the Asiago Teachers’ Network on Astrophysics - Marta Carli   (Room 4)
2:40 PM The student laboratory Labs4Future: How climate change knowledge can be linked to effective action - Jonathan Grothaus (University of Würzburg)   (Room 4)
1:40 PM
Physics teacher education - Chairman: Marián Kireš (until 3:30 PM) (Room 2)
1:40 PM Elixir to Schools - 10 years of continuous support for teachers - Irena Dvořáková (Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Prague)   (Room 2)
2:00 PM Supporting physics teachers in the implementation of innovative teaching methods and inspiring learning environments - Marian Kires (Falutly of Science, Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice)   (Room 2)
2:40 PM The influence of teacher´s experience on students´ argumentation - Tünde Kiss   (Room 2)
3:00 PM Teachers’ responses to students’ explanations - Danijela Dodlek (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Department of Physics)   (Room 2)
1:40 PM
Workshop Innovative strategies at school - Ľubica Varečková Gabriela Pavlendova (until 3:10 PM) (Workshop 2)
1:40 PM ARPHYMEDS Erasmus Project Educational Tool for Increasing Attractivity of Learning Physics Using Augmented Reality and 3D Models - Ms Alžbeta Marček Chorvatová Ms Gabriela Pavlendova   (Workshop 2)
3:30 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Hybrid discussion workshop - Aristotelis Gkiolmas (Department of Pedagogy and Primary Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athenc, Greece) Chairman: Marta Carli (until 5:30 PM) (Plenary hall)
4:00 PM Discussion Workshop on “Physics and Society” - Dr Aristotelis Gkiolmas (Department of Primary Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)   (Plenary hall)
4:00 PM
Hybrid session - later - Chairman: Tomasz Greczylo (until 5:40 PM) (Room 1H)
4:00 PM Teaching the subtleties of entanglement via the delayed-choice two-slit experiment with polarizers - James Freericks   (Room 1H)
4:20 PM A Visual tour of Quantum Technologies - Eleni Karydi (Department of Management, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark)   (Room 1H)
4:40 PM Design and implementation of a mechanical balance using electromagnetism concepts and active learning - Prof. Eduardo Montero (ESPOL)   (Room 1H)
4:00 PM
Informal and non-formal learning - Chairman: Viera Haverlíková (until 5:30 PM) (Room 2)
4:00 PM Investigating the colloquial knowledge of pupils and students in the area of understanding basic concepts of thermodynamics. - Roman Rosiek (Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences)   (Room 2)
4:20 PM Quantum physics in the past, present and future of Finnish university students - Mrs Daria Anttila (University of Turku)   (Room 2)
4:40 PM Bridging the gap between cutting-edge science and school: non-formal education in high-energy physics - Boris Tomasik (Univerzita Mateja Bela (SK))   (Room 2)
4:00 PM
Lab work and experiments - Chairman: Marián Kireš (until 5:30 PM) (Room 3)
4:00 PM The role of models in physics and in science: some educational experiments - Marco Di Mauro (University of Trento)   (Room 3)
4:20 PM Electromagnetism in high school: Classroom experimentation with Arduino - Dorottya Schnider   (Room 3)
4:40 PM Developing Augmented Reality (AR) teaching materials for undergraduate physics - Dr PHILIPPA PETTS (Durham University)   (Room 3)
5:00 PM Experimental study of opto-electronic effects using smartphone and Phyphox: solar cell and LED - Giacomo Torzo   (Room 3)
4:00 PM
Workshop Digital technologies - Ton Ellermeijer (until 5:30 PM) (PC Lab)
4:00 PM Surprising and interesting projects with Coach - Ton Ellermeijer Peter Demkanin   (PC Lab)
6:00 PM
GIREP (until 7:30 PM) (Restaurant)
12:40 PM --- Lunch ---
1:40 PM
Innovative strategies at University - Chairman: Dagmara Sokolowska (until 3:10 PM) (Room 5)
1:40 PM Peer discussions with MCQs after immediate feedback - Børge Irgens (UiT the Arctic University of Norway)   (Room 5)
2:00 PM Understanding two types of notations for radio wave propagation - Antti Rissanen (National Defence University)   (Room 5)
2:20 PM Undergraduate Physics Laboratories for Remote Teaching and Learning - Tetyana Antimirova (Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University))   (Room 5)
2:40 PM Addressing the gap in Continuous Professional Development of Academic Teachers– a case study - Dagmara Sokołowska   (Room 5)
1:40 PM
Innovative strategies at school - Chairman: Wim Peeters (until 3:10 PM) (Room 4)
1:40 PM Measurement uncertainties: when to introduce the topic in secondary education? - Dr Karel Kok (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)   (Room 4)
2:00 PM Introduction of Newton's laws through model rocket construction - Sándor Gergely Pesthy (ELTE Department of Materials Phyics)   (Room 4)
2:20 PM RPG-based Gamification in Physics Teaching - Borbála Herendi   (Room 4)
1:40 PM
Students’ identity, inclusion and wellbeing - Chairman: Marián Kireš (until 2:25 PM) (Room 2)
1:40 PM The Effect of Introductory Physics Course on Life Sciences Students' Attitudes toward Physics - Dr Kübra Özmen (Assist. Prof. Dr.)   (Room 2)
2:00 PM HoPE (Hands on Physics Experience): creativity and collaborative construction of knowledge develop lifelong learning competences - Maria Cristina Trevissoi (University of Ferrara)   (Room 2)
1:40 PM
Workshop Contemporary physics and modern physics - Sergej Faletic (until 3:10 PM) (Room 1H)
1:40 PM Teaching and learning quantum entanglement - Gesche Pospiech Sergej Faletic Marisa Michelini   (Room 1H)
1:40 PM
Workshop Physics teacher education - Paula Heron (until 3:10 PM) (Workshop 1)
1:40 PM The “International Handbook of Physics Education Research”: Insights, Themes, and Future Directions - Prof. Paula Heron (University of Washington)   (Workshop 1)
2:25 PM
Teachers´ best practices - Chairman: Marián Kireš (until 3:10 PM) (Room 2)
2:25 PM PHYSICS KALEIDOSCOPE - From Simple Tools to Inspirative Physics Education - Antonia Juhasova (Faculty of Science, Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice)   (Room 2)
2:45 PM Conducting a STEM career information day for the 8th grade in the form of a digital congress during the Corona pandemic - Sebastian Bauer (Humboldt-Gymnasium Vaterstetten)   (Room 2)
3:10 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:40 PM
Poster session 1 (until 4:40 PM) (Poster 1)
3:40 PM Development of experimental sets in optics for inquiry-based laboratory - Ms Lydia Ceháková (Charles University) Mr Tomáš Kopřiva (Charles University)   (Poster 1)
3:40 PM Learning physics with i-learning materials of the Erasmus project ARphymedes Plus - Jerneja Pavlin   (Poster 1)
3:40 PM Some experiments to teach the physical bases of the greenhouse effect: thermal emission and selective absorption - Stefano Toffaletti (Physical Science Communication Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Trento, Via Sommarive, 38050 Povo (Trento), Italy)   (Poster 1)
3:40 PM Study of the free damped oscillations of an elastic rubber band by using a smartphone - Prof. Claudio Fazio (Università degli Studi di Palermo)   (Poster 1)
3:40 PM Teaching physics using artificial intelligence - Péter Kosztyó (Doctoral School of Physics, Eötvös Loránd University)   (Poster 1)
3:40 PM The use of a spreadsheet in the experimental activities at secondary school - Mrs Miriam Spodniakova Pfefferova (Faculty of Natural Sciences, Matej Bel University in Bamska Bystrica)   (Poster 1)
4:00 PM Building an Autonomous Car: A STEM Teaching/Learning Sequence by Project-Based Learning for the training of future secondary school teachers - Ane Portillo-Blanco (UPV/EHU (Applied Physics Department))   (Poster 1)
4:00 PM Fidget spinner – a simple experiment and Java applet - Arpad Bordas   (Poster 1)
4:00 PM Hanging the planets in the Sun - Stefano Sandrelli   (Poster 1)
4:00 PM Periodic Motion in a little different way or supporting teachers' experimental activities using non-traditional digital technologies. - Martin Hruška (FPV UMB Banská Bystrica)   (Poster 1)
4:00 PM STEAM-Active TLS design protocol - Kristina Zuza (UPV/EHU (Applied Physics Department))   (Poster 1)
4:00 PM Waves in a digital infinite mirror - Balla Norbert Csaba   (Poster 1)
4:20 PM Non-Formal Physics Educational Activities Impact on Secondary School Students - Ivan Tronov   (Poster 1)
4:20 PM Optics Experiments as a Teaching Resource for the Development of Scientific Thinking in Elementary School Students - Claudia Carolina García Gaitán (Universidad Pedagógica Nacional 241, CICATA Legaria IPN)   (Poster 1)
4:20 PM Physics game as a stimulus for experimental activity - Tatiana Sukeľová   (Poster 1)
4:20 PM Teaching and learning physics through augmented reality: Erasmus+ KA201 Project ARphymedes - Sasa Ziherl   (Poster 1)
4:20 PM The IPPOG Resource Database: Making particle physics outreach & education available worldwide - Barbora Bruant Gulejova (Universitaet Bern (CH))   (Poster 1)
4:20 PM The Virtual School project: learning to teach Physics through a virtual community of practice - Marta Carli   (Poster 1)
4:40 PM
Contemporary and modern physics - Chairman: Gesche Pospiech (until 6:10 PM) (Room 5)
4:40 PM Seeing Quantum Physics in the Classroom: Navigating the Landscape of Demonstration Material - Mr Bart Folkers (University of Twente)   (Room 5)
5:00 PM Conceptual Understanding of Climate Change of German A-level Students - Dr Rainer Wackermann (Physics Education, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany)   (Room 5)
5:20 PM Development of the mental models of wave and particle as basis for wave-particle duality - Rutger Ockhorst   (Room 5)
5:40 PM Designing and evaluating a questionnaire on the quantum physics measuring process - Gesche Pospiech   (Room 5)
4:40 PM
Innovative strategies at school - Chairman: Federico Corni (until 6:10 PM) (Room 4)
4:40 PM Teachers' perspectives and practices on teaching the properties of matter - Ayçin Ünal (University of Udine)   (Room 4)
5:00 PM Theatrical Activities on Magnetic Phenomena for the Scientific Learning in Primary School - Irene Sualdin (Primary school teacher and actress)   (Room 4)
5:20 PM Elixir to Schools - Attracting and supporting the teachers of the youngest to take up science - Jitka Houfková   (Room 4)
5:40 PM Promoting inquiry skills in lower secondary level. Physics from the suitcase - Izabella Julia Benczik (Eszterhazy Karoly Catholic University Eger)   (Room 4)
4:40 PM
Symposium_hybrid - Chairman: Kristina Zuza (until 6:10 PM) (Room 1H)
4:40 PM New perspective in Physics education research and teaching & learning Physics in Latin-American Countries - Gabi Lorenzo   (Room 1H)
4:40 PM
Workshop Interdisciplinary approache - Barbora Bruant Gulejova (Universitaet Bern (CH)) (until 6:10 PM) (Workshop 2)
4:40 PM How to connect basic sciences and sustainable development in the school curricula - Barbora Bruant Gulejova (Universitaet Bern (CH))   (Workshop 2)
4:40 PM
Workshop Physics teacher education - Smadar Levy (until 6:10 PM) (Workshop 1)
4:40 PM Physics Card Games: Learning or Fun? Pedagogical Considerations and Teachers' Attitudes - Mr David Perl-Nussbaum (Weizmann Institute of Science) Prof. Edit Yerushalmi (Weizmann Institute of Science) Dr Smadar Levy (Weizmann Institute of Science)   (Workshop 1)
7:00 PM --- Conference dinner ---
12:50 PM --- Lunch ---
1:40 PM
Contemporary and modern physics - Chairman: Italo Testa (until 3:20 PM) (Room 5)
1:40 PM Students’ hybrid perspectives about wave function and quantum measurement: A cross-national study - Italo Testa   (Room 5)
2:00 PM Implementing quantum cryptography protocols using MACROBITS - Joao Pereira (UNIRIO)   (Room 5)
2:20 PM Experiences in Teaching/Learning Quantum Information Science - Kristóf Tóth   (Room 5)
2:40 PM The effectiveness of mathematical representations for the understanding of Quantum Mechanics - Stefano Campagnaro (Department of Physics, University of Milan)   (Room 5)
3:00 PM Using Variation Theory to Understand How Students Relate an Idealised Model to a Paul Trap in the Physics Laboratory - Sebastian Kilde Löfgren (Department of Physics, University of Gothenburg)   (Room 5)
1:40 PM
Hybrid session - later - Chairman: Thomas Schubatzky (until 3:20 PM) (Room 1H)
1:40 PM Training Teachers on New Topics and New Tools in Physics Education - Andrea Piccione (Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per il Piemonte)   (Room 1H)
2:00 PM Interdisciplinary Lesson Study in Italian High School focused on the energy transformations. - Dr Maria Giuseppina Adesso (Da Procida High School)   (Room 1H)
2:20 PM The Photoelectric Effect and the Electromagnetic spectrum learning through the study of the implementation of spectroscopy techniques in Art analysis. - Ms Brenda Ixcuiname Saavedra (GIREP 2023)   (Room 1H)
2:40 PM Fibonacci sequence in interdisciplinary laboratory: from electric nets to elastic springs - Roberto Capone   (Room 1H)
3:00 PM Connecting physics teaching to sustainability challenges: The GREEN-EDU project experience - Prof. Dominique Persano Adorno (Dipartimento di Fisica e Chimica “E. Segré”, Università di Palermo)   (Room 1H)
1:40 PM
Innovative strategies at University - Chairman: Ian Bearden (until 3:20 PM) (Room 4)
1:40 PM Non-constant acceleration kinematics. University students’ difficulties related to representation systems - Kristina Zuza (UPV/EHU (Applied Physics Department))   (Room 4)
2:00 PM Challenges in Designing Basic Physics Course for Undergraduate Biologists - investigating difficulties with learning physics - Mirela Kaczmarek (University of Wrocław)   (Room 4)
2:20 PM A multi-representational simulation to learn about vector fields - Larissa Hahn   (Room 4)
1:40 PM
Workshop Innovative strategies at university - David Sokoloff (until 3:10 PM) (Workshop 2)
1:40 PM Introduction to Active Learning in Optics and Photonics (ALOP) - David Sokoloff   (Workshop 2)
1:40 PM
Workshop Lab work and experiments - Marina Babayeva (until 3:10 PM) (Workshop 1)
1:40 PM LEGO building blocks sets as an experimenting tool in Physics Classroom - Marina Babayeva   (Workshop 1)
3:20 PM --- Coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Poster session 2 (until 5:00 PM) (Poster 2)
4:00 PM A survey on conceptual aspects in implementing a teaching intervention module on light spectroscopy - Danilo Catena   (Poster 2)
4:00 PM Case Studies for Small-Group Student Collaboration in Large-Enrolment Introductory Physics Classes - Tetyana Antimirova (Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University))   (Poster 2)
4:00 PM E^4: training science teachers on energy using imaginative forms of expression - Federico Corni (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano)   (Poster 2)
4:00 PM Introducing quantum physics concepts through lesson materials on quantum technology - Rutger Ockhorst   (Poster 2)
4:00 PM School science models of energy and their representation by in-service training - Estelle Tison (LDAR)   (Poster 2)
4:20 PM Fostering pre-service physics teachers’ diagnostic skills and readiness through video vignettes and micro-teaching sessions: An exploratory single-case study - Ingrid Krumphals (University College of Teacher Education Styria)   (Poster 2)
4:20 PM Gender disparities in STEM degree programs and academic orientation actions - Ms Eva Elisa Dryden Silva (University of Padova)   (Poster 2)
4:20 PM Learning Using Mentors (LUM) – a learning method designed to be easily implemented and to help teachers in the common school system - Jaroslav Šmahel (Charles University)   (Poster 2)
4:20 PM Socioscientific Decision-Making – From Theory to Practice - Matthias Fasching (University of Vienna)   (Poster 2)
4:20 PM Students’ ideas on the weather phenomenon foehn and their conceptual understanding of p-V diagrams - An explorative study - Ingrid Krumphals (University College of Teacher Education Styria)   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Analysing students’ drawings of the greenhouse effect: common features associated to the understanding of the phenomenon - Camilla Fiorello   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Awakening a sense of belonging to the professional community in pre-service physics teachers - Viera Haverlikova (Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of mathematics, Physics and Informatics)   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Digital Enhancement of Courses in Physical Engineering - Peter Bokes   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Engineering students´ understanding of the core physical concepts in Mechanics and Electromagnetism: Has anything changed during pre-university education? - Ivana Štibi   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Is the Revolutionary ChatGPT an Aristotelian Thinker? - Mr Dominik Borovský (P. J. Safarik University)   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Students’ conceptions of the scientific underpinnings of climate change: A systematic review of the literature - Sarah Wildbichler   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM Students’ epistemological beliefs in understanding the 1-D wave equation - Muhammad Aswin Rangkuti (Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen)   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM The theory of five pillars of the mind and physics education - Daša Červeňová   (Poster 2)
4:40 PM To teach or not to teach Quantum Physics? Revisiting goals and practices of instruction in secondary schools - Pasquale Onorato (University of Trento)   (Poster 2)
5:00 PM
GIREP (until 6:00 PM) (Plenary hall)