Pshenichny-Mamo, A. & Tsybulsky, D. Enlightening our visitors: Natural history museum educators’ conceptualize the integration of NOS when addressing ecological and evolutionary aspects of exhibits. ERIDOB2022 Annual Conference. Nicosia, Cyprus, September 2022. Oral presentation. PPT. Abstract.
2022-2026 – ‘Integration between non-formal statistics thinking, scientific reasoning and nature of science understanding in a citizen science project’. Israeli Science Foundation (ISF) Research Grant (No. 1345/22).
PIs: Tsybulsky, D. , Ben Zvi, D.
The research is conducted within TCSS Center by a joint team: Keren Aridor, Michal Dvir, and Haya Ben Simon.
Ben Simon, H., Pshenichny-Mamo, A. & Tsybulsky, D. (2022). Fostering the NOS understanding in the teaching of biology – theoretical and practical aspects. Israeli Journal for Biology Teachers. Link
*The paper was presented at the national conference for biology teachers. PPT
Congratulations to Nadine Atamly Hasan, Anna Pshenichny-Mamo, Arwa Ismail on their graduation – Master of Science in Education in Technology and Science.
Tsybulsky, D. & Sinai, E. (2022). IoT in project-based biology learning: students’ experiences and skills development. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10956-022-09972-1
Congratulations to Efrat Dayan on winning the Kaplan Prize for contribution to the educational system, a departmental honorary fellowship (2022).
Gadot, R. & Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation as a pedagogical approach promoting critical thinking. NARST2022 Annual Meeting. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 2022. Oral presentation. PPT. Recorded presentation.
Schrire, O., Tsybulsky, D. & Ipsen, C. The experiences of biology coordinators participating in a VPLC during the COVID-19 crisis. NARST2022 Annual Meeting. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 2022. Oral presentation. PPT. Recorded presentation.