"과학문화교육"

2007-08-25 (Vol 4, No 8)

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GIREP 2008, International Conference and MPTL Workshop

Nicosia, Cyprus, 18 -22 August 2008

Dear colleague,

We would like to invite you to the GIREP 2008 International Conference and to the MPTL Workshop to be held in Nicosia on 18 ?22 August 2008.

Conference objectives

The theme of the conference Physics Curriculum Design, Development and Validation, highlights an aspect of great relevance to recent innovation efforts in Physics Education: research-based curriculum design as a mechanism for unifying different approaches to enhance our knowledge of learning processes and explore the role of context, designed or circumstantial, in physics learning and instruction. GIREP 2008, will be a great opportunity not only to present the results of your work, but also to communicate and discuss research topics of common interest with other colleagues.

Domains of the Conference

- Modelling, Simulation and Video Measurement in Physics Education

- Use of Multimedia
- Physics Understanding
- Curriculum Innovations in School and University Physics
- Motivational Strategies
- Physics Teacher Education
- Physics and Society
- Physics Education Research

GIREP-MPTL Special Interest Groups

During the 2008 conference we will initiate a process of creating Special Interest Groups.

More information about the MPTL Special Interest Groups is available on the Call for Papers http://www.ucy.ac.cy/girep2008/girep_call4papersCPCfinal.pdf .


IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract Submission Deadline 30 November 2007
Abstract Review Decisions Announced 31 March 2008
Deadline for receipt of original certification
of student enrolment for early registration as a student 1 April 2008
Early registration deadline 15 April 2008
Registration deadline for inclusion in the conference program 1 June 2008
Final Program Announced 15 July 2008

CONTACT INFORMATION

Web: http://www.ucy.ac.cy/girep2008
Email: girep2008@ucy.ac.cy
Fax: +35722333778

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