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Poster Sessions

List of poster presenter:

1. Francis A. Adesoji and Oludipe Oladele: Student and teacher relatedvariables as determinants of secondary school students’ academic achievement in chemistry

2. Margarida Afonso: Teachers’ and students’ ideas about sociology of science: A study at the level of primary school

3. Kulwanti Bellara, Suma Nair and Baktaver Mahajan: Action-based science education for health and environment

4. P. K. Bhattacharyya: To identify and structure technology that has already crept into the school curriculum

5. Nicole Carignan, Roland G. Pourdawood and Lonnie C. King: For a “village” involvement: social representations on pluricultural school community actors

6. Ansuman Chattopadhyay and Bakhtaver S. Mahajan: Students’ understanding of DNA and DNA technologies after “Fifty years of DNA Double Helix”


7. Pradeep M. Dass: Professional development of K-12 science teachers: History of reform and effects of a Science-Technology-Society (STS) approach in bringing about the reform

8. Carmel M. Diezmann: Diagrammatic knowledge in mathematics in the information age

9. Jaya Earnest: Health education in Timor Leste (East Timor): A case study

10. Jazlin Ebenezer, Sheela Chacko and Nanibala Immanuel: Common knowledge construction model for teaching and learning science: applications in the Indian context

11. Pranita Gopal: Concept Mapping - A pedagogical tool for grammar lessons

12. Lilia Halim, Kamisah Osman and T. Subahan M. Meerah: Trends and issues of research on in-service needs assessment of science teachers: global vs the Malaysian context

13. James Kakooza: Mathematics and gender in Ugandan primary school: influence on teachers, parents and learners

14. Meena Kharatmal and Nagarjuna G.: Knowledge organisers of cell biology

15. Ritesh Khunyakari, Swati Mehrotra, Sugra Chunawala and Chitra Natarajan: Design as drawings: Analyzing drawings of middle school students in technology education tasks

16. Bracha Kramarski and Nura Resh: Investigating teachers’ pedagogical beliefs about mathematics, science and reading literacy in the PISA project

17. David Devraj Kumar: A study of laptops in science education

18. Chel Madan Mohan: A study on integration of teaching science and mathematics

19. Barbara M. Moskal: Outreach in Engineering Education: the GK-12 learning partnership program.

20. Sindhu Mathai and Jayashree Ramadas: Putting imagery back into learning: The case of drawings in human physiology

21. Swati Mehrotra, Ritesh Khunyakari, Chitra Natarajan and Sugra Chunawala: Gendered communication in technology tasks: Glimpses of group interactions

22. Shweta Naik, Rakhi Banerjee and K. Subramaniam: Students’ use of language and symbols to reason about expressions

23. Chitra Natarajan and Sugra Chunawala: Introducing design and technology in school education: Legitimising multiple expressions in classroom

24. Stella O. Odebode: Re-examining gender balance education in agricultural science, technology and mathematics in Nigeria: An overview

25. Kamisah Osman and Lilia Halim: Anchoring science education towards scientifically literate Malaysian society: an exploration of children’s affective psyche

26. Shirish R. Pathare and H. C. Pradhan: Students’ alternative conceptions in pressure, heat and temperature

27. Sridhar Rajagopalan, Vyjayanthi Sankar and Poonam Batta: An overview of the development of learning standards for science and

mathematics education:KG-8

28. Madhav R. Rajwade, Sudhir V. Panse and H. C. Pradhan: Probing nature of links amongst physics concepts

29. N. Ramkumar and Sudarshan C. Panigrahi: Acquisition of process skills by IV standard pupils through an instructional programme in

environmental studies

30. Manjula P. Rao: Effect of concept mapping in science on science achievement, cognitive skills and attitude of students

31. Satyawati Rawool: Developing cognitive flexibility

32. Perihan Sen and Ozlem Cezikturk: What if Socrates uses Mathlets?

33. Amit Sheth: Science at Play

34. Thomas Stern: Co-operation between schools and universities as a catalyst for the professional development of teachers

35. Kimberly D. Tanner: Involving scientists in K-12 science education: benefits to scientists from participating in scientist-teacher partnerships

36. Luis Tinoca: Focusing professional development for science teachers on student learning

37. Maria Odete Valente: Learning to think: Lines of research in Dianoia project

38. Keshav S. Varde: Early exposure of pre-college students to information technology 


39. James J. Watters and Carmel M. Diezmann: Reforming education: the pursuit of learning through authentic inquiry in mathematics, science and technology


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