PRESENTATIONS

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
 

Name of the Conference Title of the presentation Presenting person Type of present. Associated document
European Physics Fun, April 2011, Kharkiv, Ukraine SECURE – Science Education Curriculum Research Project under the 7th Framework Program D. Sokolowska UJK, PL oral abstract; newsletter
SCIENTIX European Conference, May 2011, Brussels, Belgium SECURE Project W. Peeters,
DKO, BE
oral abstract; newsletter
GIREP-EPEC, August 2011,
Jyvaskyla, Finland
SECURE – Science Education Curriculum Research Project under the 7th Framework Program D. Sokolowska UJK, PL oral abstract; newsletter
The Fibonacci Project European Conference April 2012, Leicester, the UK The SECURE project researches science curricula and  teachers’ and learners’ opinions on science education W. Peeters,
DKO, BE
oral abstract, followed by an article; newsletter
DidSci 2012, June 2012, Krakow, Poland SECURE – Science Education Curriculum Research Project under the 7th Framework Program D. Sokolowska UJK, PL poster abstract; newsletter
The World Conference on Physics Education, July 2012, Istanbul, Turkey The Secure project researches science curricula and teachers' and learners' opinions on science education D. Sokolowska
UJK, PL,
W. Peeters, DKO, BE
poster abstract, followed by an article; newsletter
SEEMPE Conference, September 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia Presentation of the European research project SECURE J. Pavlin,
ULJ, SI
oral presentation
IOSTE 2012, November 2012, Hammamet, Tunisia SECURE – Science Education CUrriculum REsearch Project under the 7th Framework Program M. Michelini and S. Vercellati UUD, IT, et al. Internet symposium abstract followed by an article
Science on Stage 2013, April 2013,  Slubice/Frankfurt (Oder), Poland/Germany The Secure project researches science curricula and teachers' and learners' opinions on science education D. Sokolowska UJK, PL poster at stand newsletter
NOFA, May 2013 Science curricula and their objectives: balancing the needs for future scientists and broader societal needs” G. Nordstrom, UGV, SE oral abstract
II Kongres Polskiej Edukacji, June 2013 Projekt SECURE. Badania podstawy programowej nauczania matematyki, nauk przyrodniczych i techniki. Dokumenty źródłowe, praktyka szkolna, perspektywa ucznia. D. Sokolowska UJK, PL poster at stand broschure, newsletter
IASSEE Conference, June 2013, Dublin, Ireland MST curricula for 5, 8, 11 and 13 year olds researched by SECURE project across the Europe D. Sokolowska UJK, PL oral abstract followed by an article
 
IASSEE Conference, June 2013, Dublin, Ireland The SECURE projects: analysis of the perception of teachers and learners on topics related to the IASSEE Conference W. Peeters, DKO, BE oral abstract followed by an article
ICPE-EPEC Conference 2013, August 2013, Prague, Czech Republic Intended, implemented and attained MST curricula researched by SECURE project across the Europe D. Sokolowska UJK, PL oral abstract followed by an article
ICPE-EPEC Conference 2013, August 2013, Prague, Czech Republic Inquiring 5 years old pupils on MST perceive S. Vercellati, UUD, IT poster abstract followed by an article
ICPE-EPEC Conference 2013, August 2013, Prague, Czech Republic Science lessons for 13 year old students in 10 countries in Europe: curricula, the perception of science teachers and perception of the 13 year old learners W. Peeters,
DKO, BE
poster abstract; newsletter
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus Mapping the curriculum for mathematics, science and technology education across Europe W. Ottevanger 1st oral of the SECURE Symposium abstract and synopsis followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus Intended, implemented and attained MST curricula across Europe: What can research tell us? D. Sokolowska 2nd oral of the SECURE Symposium abstract
and synopsis followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus Questioning MST of curriculum in action at eleven year olds in Italy and Poland S. Vercellati 3rd oral of the SECURE Symposium abstract
and synopsis followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus Perceptions of teachers and learners about the mathematics, science and technology curricula in two European countries V. Rechberger 4th oral of the SECURE Symposium abstract
and synopsis followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus The SECURE project – Slovenia as an example of national results B. Rovsek,
ULJ, SI
oral abstract
and synopsis
followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus The MST curricula in teachers’ and learners’ perceptions as an illustration of the SECURE project outcomes J. Bajc,
ULJ, SI
oral abstract
and synopsis
followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus MST education in Swedish preschool G. Nordstrom, UGV, SE oral abstract
and synopsis followed by an article
ESERA 2013, September 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus The EU project SECURE (Science Education Curriculum Research) in Germany (Saxony) J. Best,
TUD, DE
poster abstract
followed by an article
MPTL 2013, September 2013, Madrid, Spain The use of computers and multimedia in the Italian kindergarten, primary, and lower secondary schools in Results
by EU Project SECURE research on theuse of computer in Italian compulsoryschools
S. Vercellati, UUD, IT oral abstract followed by an article
IOSTE 2013, October 2013, Antalya, Turkey Balancing the needs between training for future scientists and broader societal needs – SECURE project research on mathematics, science and technology curricula and their implementation D. Sokolowska UJK, PL oral abstract followed by an article