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ESERA10 Summer School Scientific Committee
Welcome
By
Furio Honsell,
Major of Udine city
Cristiana Compagno,
Rector of Udine
University
Fabio Zanolin
Head of PhD School in
Math and Phys in Udine
University
Gian Luca Foresti , Dean
of Faculty of Education
Marisa Michelini
Head of Physics
Department
Lorenzo Santi
Head of CIRD
Alberto Stefanel
Stefano Vercellati
URDF Group
By
Cristina Cassan
Secretary of ESERA10
Donatella Ceccolin
Secretary of CIRD
Emanuela Pividore
Franca Bianco
Phys Dept Secretariat
Filippo Pascolo
Giorgio Salemi
Domenlio Da Rù
Mauro Sabbadini,
Alberto Sabatini
Technical support by
CIRD and DIFA
Welcome by
ESERA10 Summer School Scientific Committee
Costas Constantinou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Justin Dillon, King's College London, United Kingdom
Marisa Michelini, University of Udine, Italy
Manuela Welzel-Breuer, University of Education Heidelberg, Germany
ESERA Executive Committee
Catherine Bruguiere, University of Lyon, France
Costas Constantinou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Justin Dillon, King's College London, United Kingdom
Jens Dolin, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Margareta Ekborg, University of Malmö, Sweden
Koos Kortland, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Marisa Michelini, University of Udine, Italy
Mehmet Fatih Taşar, Gazi University, Turkey
Manuela Welzel-Breuer, University of Education Heidelberg, Germany
Dear ESERA10 participants
Welcome in
Friuli
Venezia
Giulia
Region
We are …
approximatively
in the centre
of Europe
We are
20 km west
to the
centre of
Europe!!
Are we in the
center of the
world?
…this is a joke … just a
projection point of view!!!
Of course…
Dear ESERA10
students and staff participants
welcome to Udine
Welcome in
Antonini
Palast
Applications to ESERA10
Germany
20
The Netherlands
10
Sweden
9
United Kingdom
6
Portugal
6
Turkey
5
Denmark
5
France
4
Norway
3
Italy
3
Cyprus
3
Austria
2
The Czech Republic
1
Nigeria
1
Greece
1
Finland
1
Estonia
1
Canada
1
Brazil
1
83 PhD
students
19 Country
Selection
• Individuate 13 competences not exclusive from
Synopsis
• Individuate the competences in the 42 referees
available
• Each Synopsis was sent to 2 (3 if necessary) referees
• After evaluation: the total score per student is
calculated
• Exstablished a threshold for
– score (minimum score 63)
– Country (maximum 14 students of the same Country)
Participants to ESERA10
• 50 students
• 16 Countries
Finland
Estonia
Greece
Italy
Portugal
Turkey
France
Norway
Austria
Denmark
Cyprus
Sweden
United Kingdom
The Netherlands
Germany
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
Areas of researches
A-Area: Science Learning focused on contents in a science area
B-Area: Science learning in different contexts.
C-Area: Curriculum, Evaluation, and Assessment.
D-Area: Cultural and social Issues. History, Philosophy.
E-Area: ICT and computer Based learning.
F-Area: Science Teaching (e.g. the nature of teacher talk in the classroom).
G-Area: Science Teacher Education
16
A, 15
G, 8
14
A, 15
12
10
F, 8
8
G
B, 4
4
C, 5
F
C, 5
B, 4
D, 7
G, 8
D, 7
6
E, 3
F, 8
E, 3
2
0
A
B
C
D
E
Student needs: mean score per
element of the evaluation
Overall quality of the application
Extent to which the study will be at a stage and…
Coherence of the synopsis as a piece of academic…
Standard of academic conventions used for…
Bearing in mind the stage the study is at, interim…
Discussion of how data will be analysed
Discussion of methods to be used to collect data
Clarity of research questions
Discussion of background ideas and literature…
Presentation of the focus of the study
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Lectures
1. Design based research as a framework for
promoting research-informed adoptions of
inquiry oriented science teaching
2. Content-specific research in science education
3. Pedagogical content knowledge in science
education: perspectives on and potential for
science teacher development
4. Researching science teaching and learning
beyond the classroom
workshops
A. Using statistical methods and understanding quantitative studies
I.
Regression analysis
II. Using SPSS
III. Misuse of basic data
IV. Analyzing data structure by Principal Components Analysis
B.
Connecting your research with a theoretical framework:
formulating research questions with the potential to make a
theoretical contribution
C. Strategies for analyzing qualitative data
D. Writing and reviewing
E. Designing teaching/learning activities for NOS
Workshop organization
• The list of students for each workshop session is
ready: find your name in the different lists
– Hanged on the windows in front of coffee break in
Antonini Palast
– Hanged on the board in Rizzi campus – C area
• A special additional organization is necessary for
WS-A: you are asked to decide preferences as
concern contens!
– please fill in the sheet of preferences and restitute it
to Secretariat (Cristina Cassan) during coffee break.
WG: an important formative activity
in a group of ‘critical friends’
Each session (90 minutes) will focus on one student’s PhD study
Example of protocol
1. A student presents his/her PhD study to the group (30 minutes).
2. Clarification questions only (5 minutes).
3. In pairs students discuss their reactions to the presentation and
prepare at least one question/comment per student to put to the
presenter. The presenter has a break, and perhaps a chat with
one or both coaches (15 minutes).
4. The whole group reconvenes for a question/answer discussion.
This will be chaired by one of the coaches. All students will be
expected to take a full part in these discussions (35 minutes).
5. Concluding comments by one or both coaches (5 minutes)
6. Student summary of the main points that have arisen from
presentation and discussion for coaches (later).
New initiatives in ESERA10
• Web site of ESERA10 Summer School
• Poster exhibition on research carried out by each PhD
student participating to ESERA10
• A little exhibit of our recent researches in Rizzi coffee
breack area
• A booklet on the activities in ESERA10 Summer School
(look at organization of activities and services available
– busses… internet…!)
• A questionnaire to evaluate ESERA10 Summer School
• Trip and social dinner in Aquileia and Grado
• …some gifts…
Take care the social dimension of your experience in
UDINE!!!
Materials
distributes to save time for scientific work
• In the bag
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Turistic information and Ulisse Journal
Note-book, pen and label for personalization
Welcome letter
ESERA10 booklet and CD-Rom with materials
Photopies of slides and texts on Lectures and WSs
• In a personal envelope
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Sheet for internel accout, , badge
Bus tikets (remeind to stamp ticket for every journey)
Canteen card
Receipt of payments
Acknowledgments
let me thank
• ESERA President: Justin Dillon
• ESERA10 Summer School Scientific Committee
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Costas Constantinou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Justin Dillon, King's College London, United Kingdom
Marisa Michelini, University of Udine, Italy
Manuela Welzel-Breuer, University of Education Heidelberg, Germany
• ESERA10 Summer School Organizing Committee
– Marisa Michelini, University of Udine, Italy
– Lorenzo Santi, University of Udine, Italy
– Rosa Maria Sperandeo, University of Palermo, Italy
• Local Organizing Committee
• And in particular the academic authorities:
– Cristiana Compagno, the Rector and Daniele Livon, the Administrative Director,
– Fabio Zanolin and Pietro Corvaja, the responsible of the PhD School of Mathematics
and Physics
– The deans of the Faculties of Udine University
Acknowledgments
let me thank
• The Major and local authorities
• people working with us for the School:
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Alberto Stefanel, Poster Session responsible
Stefano Vercellati, PhD student tutor
Cristina Cassan, Secretariat of ESERA10 Summer School
Donatella Ceccolin, CIRD Secretariat supporting ESERA10
organization
– Emanuela Pividore, Franca Bianco, Administrative Secretariat of
DIFA
– Beatrice Tommasi,Teacher formation School Secretariat of Udine
University
– Filippo Pascolo, Giorgio Salemi, Domenlio Da Rù, Mauro Sabbadini,
Alberto Sabatini, Technical support by CIRD and DIFA
• Supporting Institutions and companies reported in booklet
Acknowledgments
let me thank
• STAFF members: Albe Virginie, Constantinou
Costas, Dekkers Peter, Dillon Justin, Evans
Robert, Hagberg Mariana, Kauertz Alexander,
Kind Vanessa, Michelini Marisa, Niedderer
Hans, Santi Lorenzo, Taşar Mehmet Fatih, Wallin
Anita, Welzel-Breuer Manuela
• OBSERVERS: Breuer Maria Papadouris Nicos
Stefanel Alberto Vercellati Stefano
• YOU all PhD students
• We do our best to
guarantee the maximum
profit for you of ESERA10
Summer School, which
we consider an honor to
organize.
• Please do not hesitate to
ask for what can help and
enrich your partecipation
to the School.
• Thank you!!!
Marisa and Lorenzo
[email protected]
[email protected]
mobile 320 4366242
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