List of oral short presentations with posters

 

1. Natela Bagatrishvili, Marika Kapanadze and Ekatarine Slovinsky (Tbilisi, Georgia)
In quiry Based Science Education in Georgia

 

2.      Meliha Zejnilagić-Hajrić and Ines Nuić (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Study Programms and Practical Work for Chemistry Student-Teachers in Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

3. Snježana Smerdel and Meliha Zejnilagić-Hajrić (Split, Croatia; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
The Impact of Research-Based Activities on the Students` Affective Experience

 

4. Lana Šarić (Zagreb, Croatia)
“Kitchen Chemistry” in Croatian Kindergartens and Primary Schools

 

5. John Oversby (Reading, UK)
Practical Work Provoked and Promoted by the History of Science: A Way into the Nature of Chemistry

 

6.      Johanna Dittmar and Ingo Eilks (Bremen, Germany)

Practical Work, Cooperative Learning and Internet Forums - An example on Teaching about the Chemistry of Water

 

7.      Johanna Dittmar, Christian Zowada, Shuichi Yamashita and Ingo Eilks (Bremen, Germany;  Chiba, Japan)

Pimping Experiments with Alginate Bubbles - Examples from the TEMI Project in Germany

 

8.      Milada Teplá, Eva Stratilová Urválková and Hana Čtrnáctová (Prague, Czech Republic)

Courses on Teaching with Mysteries Incorporated in the Czech Republic

 

9.      Miroslav Pražienka, Petr Šmejkal and Pavel Teplý (Prague, Czech Republic)

Murder of Jeweler Beketov - Teaching Electropotentioal Series with TEMI

 

10.  Laurie Ryan and Peter E. Childs (Limerick, Ireland)

To Develop, Implement and Evaluate a Transition Year Module Based on the Principles of the Teaching Enquiry with Mysteries Incorporated Project

 

11.  Elisabeth Hofer, Anja Lembens and Simone Abels (Vienna, Austria; Lüneburg, Germany)

Enquiry-based Science Education in Austrian Teacher Professional Development Courses

 

12.  Catharina Schmitt and Michael Schween (Marburg, Germany)

Understanding Organic Chemistry – Introducing Basic Concepts with New Experiments on the SN1-Mechanism

 

13.  Andreas Trabert and Michael Schween (Marburg, Germany)

From Reactions to Mechanisms – A Concept-based Approach to Proposing Mechanisms Illustrated by the Example of Alkaline Ester Hydrolysis

 

14. Canan Cengiz (Trabzon, Turkey)
The Evaluation of General Chemistry Applications Based on Reflective Thinking

 

15. Silvija Markic, Katharina Schneider and Anja Wessels (Bremen, Germany)
Parents and Students Cooperatively Experiencing Chemistry

 

16.  Cana Bayrak and Bernd Ralle (Dortmund, Germany)

Language around the Curriculum: A new Learning-setting for Pre-service Teachers in Chemistry

 

17.  Aishling Flaherty, Anne O’Dwyer, Peter Childs and Sibel Erduran (Limerick, Ireland)

A Pedagogical Framework for Graduate Teaching Assistants in Facilitating Meaningful Learning Experiences during General Chemistry Laboratory Sessions

 

18.  Marianna Leuckefeld and Johannes Bohrmann (Aachen, Germany)

The Influence of Guided Inquiry-based Learning in a Student Laboratory and Scaffolding Materials on the Quality of Motivation

 

19. Nina Hamidah, Susy Yunita Prabawati, Imelda Fajriati and Ingo Eilks (Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Bremen, Germany) 

Lesson Learned from Germany in Incorporating the Principles of Green Chemistry in Chemistry Education

 

20. Stefanie Langenstück, Ullrich Englert, Michael Schröder and Kerstin Kremer (Aachen, Germany; Kiel, Germany)

Crystal Structure Determination and Structural Chemistry - An Experimental Interdisciplinary Approach Bridging Educational Contents and Technological Contexts

 

21.  Thomas Elert and Maik Walpuski (Essen, Germany)

The Relationship between Prior Knowledge, Aim Orientation and Course Success in the General Chemistry Lab

 

22.  Miia Rannikmäe, Jack Holbrook and Klaara  Kask (Tartu, Estonia)

Scientific Problem Solving Embedding Practical Work in the Frame of a Student Relevant Context Based Approach

 

23.  Doris Elster und Julia Birkholz (Bremen, Germany)

Context-based Learning and Practical Work at the Basci-lab Bremen - Issues and Challenges