We are pleased to announce the program for the Israeli forum of Biology Education Researchers 2021 [In Hebrew]
We are happy to announce the Annual Biology Teachers Conference entitled ‘Biologists’ Discourse’
Please find below the link to the Conference site
- Dagan, K. & Tsybulsky, D. Student teachers’ attitudes, experiences and pedagogical practices during Covid-19 crisis. Virality 2020: Disruptive Innovation in Teacher Education, Tel Aviv, Israel, September 2020. Oral presentation [via ZOOM]. Abstract [In Hebrew]. PPT
- Dayan, E. & Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation as a pedagogical approach. Virality 2020: Disruptive Innovation in Teacher Education, Tel Aviv, Israel, September 2020. Workshop [via ZOOM]. Abstract [In Hebrew]. PPT
We are happy to share a Link to project-based learning units. These units were designed by our students while participating in Inquiry-based Science Learning Course (course number 216136). We believe that it is an important resource for science teachers.
The new chapter “Learning Aspects of Nature of Science Through Authentic Research Experiences” in the book edited by Bill McComas is published.
Edmondson, E., Burgin, S., Tsybulsky, D. & Maeng, J. (2020). Learning about the nature of science through authentic science experiences. In: W. McComas (Ed.) Nature of Science in Science Instruction. Science: Philosophy, History and Education. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-57239-6_36 PDF
Congratulations to Odelia Schrire on winning a EuroTech alliance research scholarship. This research project will be conducted jointly by the Technion and Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
Schrire, O. (In progress). Development of biology teachers’ professional identity as pedagogical leaders through participation in a virtual learning community. Ph.D. thesis in science education. Haifa, Israel: Technion. Supervision: Dina Tsybulsky and Christine Ipsen.
Congratulations to Efrat Dayan on completing her exploratory research.
Dayan, E. (2020). Perceptions of science teachers regarding digital curation as learning activity for promoting personalized science learning of students and teachers. Exploratory research in Science Education, Technion, Israel. Supervision: Tsybulsky, D. [In Hebrew]. PDF. PPT.
Tsybulsky, D. (2020). Self-reported reasons for participating in pro-environmental citizen science activities: A case study of butterfly monitoring in Israel. Frontiers in Education (section STEM Education), 5, 1-10. https://doi.org/3389/feduc.2020.00116
University of Haifa-Technion Research Grant (2020-2021). ‘Integration between statistics education, science education, and nature of science education in a citizen science project’. PIs: Ben Zvi D., Tsybulsky, D.
Mandel Program for Academic Leadership: Theory and Practice in Teacher Training Conference. Link