Publicity

19 -21 November 2021

Members of the project team have announced the following papers for announcement at the 12th Panhellenic Conference on Teaching of Natural Sciences and New Technologies in Education, November 19-21, 2021.

Three papers are part of a symposium and one paper is a poster presentation.

• Kariotoglou, P., & Zoupidis, A. (2021). Teachers’ Views and Practices for Inquiry Teaching and Learning. Symposium at the 12th Panhellenic Conference on the Teaching of Natural Sciences and New Technologies in Education, 19-21 November 2021. (in Greek)

-Zoupidis, A. (2021). The influence of preservice early childhood teachers’ beliefs on their intention to integrate inquiry teaching methods in their teaching. Presented as an oral announcement, in the context of the above symposium, at the 12th Panhellenic Conference on the Teaching of Natural Sciences and New Technologies in Education, November 19-21, 2021. (in Greek)

-Tsaliki, Ch., Papadopoulou P. and Malandrakis G. (2021). Evolution of teachers’ practices concerning verbal interaction as a result of a Professional Development program. Presented as an oral announcement, in the context of the above symposium, at the 12th Panhellenic Conference on the Teaching of Natural Sciences and New Technologies in Education, November 19-21, 2021. (in Greek)

-Karnezou, M., & Kariotoglou, P. (2021). Facilitators’ views and practices about inquiry in non-formal education. Presented as an oral announcement, in the context of the above symposium, at the 12th Panhellenic Conference on the Teaching of Natural Sciences and New Technologies in Education, November 19-21, 2021. (in Greek)

• Goudoula, Ch., & Zoupidis, A. (2021). Teachers’ views and difficulties in integrating the Control of Variables Strategy when they teach science: A systematic review. Presented as a poster announcement at the 12th Panhellenic Conference on the Teaching of Natural Sciences and New Technologies in Education, November 19-21, 2021. (in Greek)

20 Aug – 3 Sept. 2021

Members of the work team have announced the following articles at the 11th ESERA Conference, “Fostering scientific citizenship in an uncertain world” Braga Portugal, 20 Aug – 3 Sept. 2021

  • Zoupidis, A., Tselfes, V., Kariotoglou, P. (2021). THE ROLE OF EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION OF CONTROL OF VARIABLES STRATEGY IN PRE-SERVICE EARLY-CHILDHOOD TEACHERS’ PREPARATION. Paper presented at the 11th ESERA Conference, “Fostering scientific citizenship in an uncertain world” Braga Portugal, 20 Aug – 3 Sept.
  • Tsaliki, C., Malandrakis, G., Papdopoulou, P., Kariotoglou, P. (2021). COMPARING SCIENCE TEACHERS’ INQUIRY VIEWS AND PRACTICES DURING AND AFTER A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. Paper presented at the 11th ESERA Conference, “Fostering scientific citizenship in an uncertain world” Braga Portugal, 20 Aug – 3 Sept.
  • Karnezou, M., Tsaliki, C., Kariotoglou, P. (2021). SCIENCE MUSEUM EDUCATORS’ VIEWS ABOUT INQUIRY. Paper presented at the 11th ESERA Conference, “Fostering scientific citizenship in an uncertain world” Braga Portugal, 20 Aug – 3 Sept.

2021

Members of the work team have published the following article.

  • Anastasios Zoupidis, Vasilis Tselfes & Petros Kariotoglou (2021): Preservice early childhood teachers’ beliefs that influence their intention to use inquiry-based learning methods, International Journal of Early Years Education, DOI: 10.1080/09669760.2021.1890552

6-8 of November 2020

Members of the work team have announced the following article at the 11th Pan-Hellenic conference for Science in Pre-School, and they have submitted the relevant paper for the proceedings. During the presentation, the project’s information material was distributed to the public (It is stored in the Repository).

Ioannina, 6-8 of November 2020

  • Kariotoglou, P. Zoupidis, A., Karnezou, M., Tsaliki, C., Tselfes, V. (2020). Investigation and relation science teachers’ views and practices in formal and non-formal settings: research proposal. (in Greek)

2020

Members of the work team have published the following paper at the 10th ESERA Conference eProceedings, The beauty and pleasure of
understanding: engaging with contemporary challenges through science education

  • Zoupidis, A., Tselfes, V., & Kariotoglou, P. (2020). Preschool teacher students views’s influence on their intention to use taught inquiry methods. In Levrini, O. & Tasquier, G. (Eds.), Electronic Proceedings of the ESERA 2019 Conference. The beauty and pleasure of understanding: engaging with contemporary challenges through science education, Part 13 (co-ed. Evagorou, M. & Jiménez-Liso, M.R.), (pp. 1330-1336). Bologna: ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – University of Bologna. 978- 88-945874-0-1978-88-945874-0-1