Contributed talks and posters – Dr. Dina Tsybulsky

Keynote Talks in National Conferences

  • June 2016 – The model for studying the science teachers’ worldviews. MEITAL National Conference. Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
  • June 2017 -Digital tools and solutions for inquiry-based STEM learning. MEITAL National Conference. University of Haifa, Israel.

Invited Talks, Seminars, Panels and Symposia in National Conferences

  • January 2013 – The effect of educational field trips to university research labs on students’ understanding of the nature of science and attitudes towards science. Colloquium for Graduate Program for Science & Technology Education. Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva.
  • February 2016 – Implementing an outreach model based on the ‘science as inquiry’ approach. Israeli Forum of Biology Education Researchers. Weizmann Institute, Rehovot.
  • June 2016 – Repertory-grid technique for studying teachers’ beliefs and worldviews. Colloquium for Postdoctoral Fellows. MOFET Institute, Tel Aviv.
  • June 2017 – Attention in the digital age: educational issues. Symposium “Learning in Digital Age”. Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv.
  • November 2017 – Teachers’ worldviews in the context of digital revolution. Symposium “Education in Digital Age”. MOFET Institute, Tel Aviv.
  • July 2019 – Science in digital society. Panel for Ariane de Rothschild Fellows. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem.
  • October 2019 – PBL and formative assessment in biology education. Seminar for Biology Faculty. Technion, Haifa.
  • December 2019 – Science education in the Digital Age. Colloquium for Graduate Program for Science & Technology Education. Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva.
  • May 2020 – Professional learning community of biology teacher coordinators: leading biology education in the Digital Age.  Professional Learning Communities Conference. MOFET Institute.
  • July 2020 – Cultural-responsive teaching in teacher education.  Mandel Program for Academic Leadership: Theory and Practice in Teacher Training Conference.  Mandel Leadership Institute.
  • January 2021 – Nature of Science and Science Education in times of uncertainty. Invited talk for Ariane de Rothschild Fellows. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem [Virtually].
  • May 2021 – Integration between informal statistical reasoning, scientific reasoning and nature of science understanding through Citizen Science. Seminar “Citizen Science: A Bridge Between School, Community and Science.” Weizmann Institute of Science [Virtually].

Seminars, Panels and Symposia in International Conferences

  • October 2015 – PBL in science education. Symposium: “Project-based learning at High Tech High”, High Tech High International, San Diego, California, USA.
  • April 2019 – NOS Learning and Authentic Science Research. Symposium “Enhancing Nature of Science (NOS) Instruction Through Research-Guided Practices”, NARST2019 Annual Conference. Baltimore, USA.
  • July 2019 – Learning aspects of the NOS through a variety of authentic science experiences: realities and potential. Panel “NOS teaching practices: realities and potential”, International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching [IHPST] Conference. Thessaloniki, Greece.
  • December 2021 – Teaching nature of biology to high-school students. Symposium for “History, Philosophy and Sociology of Biology in School Biology”,  International Society of History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB). Dublin, Ireland. [Virtually].

Participation in Organizing Academic Conferences

Member of the Scientific Committee

  • 2015 – National Conference of Culture of Project-based Learning in Teacher Training, Kaye College of Education, Israel.
  • 2016 – National Conference of Culture of Project-based Learning in Teacher Training, Gordon College of Education, Israel.
  • 2019 – The 15th Chais Conference for the Study of Innovation and Learning Technologies, Open University, Israel.
  • 2020 – The 16th Chais Conference for the Study of Innovation and Learning Technologies, Open University, Israel.
  • 2021 – Curricula in the Post Covid-19 Age, Tel-Hai College, Israel.

Participation in Organizing Professional Conferences – In Israel

  • 2019-present – Co-organizing the meetings of the Israeli forum of Biology Education Researchers.
  • 2019-present – Organizing the annual Biology Teachers’ Conference at the Technion.

Contributed talks and posters 

  1. Tsybulsky (Tsybulskaya), D., Camhi, J. & Dodick, J. Enhancing guided museum tours by accessing and incorporating visitors’ entrance narratives. National Association of Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference [NARST]. Garden Grove, California, USA, April 2009. Oral presentation.
  2. Tsybulsky, D., Dodick, J. & Camhi, J. The effect of educational field trips to university research labs on students’ understanding of the nature of science and attitudes towards science. Annual Conference for Israeli Science Education Doctoral Students. Nir Etzion, Israel, May 2010. Oral presentation.
  3. Tsybulsky, D., Lazarevich, Y., Dodick, J. & Camhi, J. Changing attitudes towards science through educational field trips to professional research labs. Annual National Conference for Israeli High School Biology Teachers. Petach Tikva, Israel, June 2011. Poster presentation.
  4. Tsybulsky, D., Dodick, J. & Camhi, J. Educational field trips to university research labs to bring students to science and scientific research. Israeli Qualitative Research Annual Conference. Ben Gurion University, Israel, March 2012. Poster presentation.
  5. Tsybulsky (Tsybulskaya), D., Dodick, J. & Camhi, J. The effect of educational field trips to professional research labs on students’ understanding of NOS. NARST2012 Conference. Indianapolis, USA, April 2012. Oral presentation.
  6. Camhi, J., Dodick, J. & Tsybulsky (Tsybulskaya), D. An “open-campus museum” for sharing science with the public. International Conference on Science in Society. Berkeley, California, USA, April 2012. Oral presentation.
  7. Tsybulsky, D., Dodick, J. & Camhi, J. Design and implementation of field trips to university research labs. International Conference of the Outdoor Learning Environment [ICOLE]. Rehovot, Israel, February 2013. Poster presentation.
  8. Tsybulsky, D., Dodick, J. & Camhi, J. The effect of a ‘science as inquiry’ learning unit, based on visits to university research labs, on students’ attitudes towards science. AERA2013 Conference. San Francisco, USA, April 2013. Oral presentation.
  9. Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. The model for studying the science teachers’ worldviews. Annual Conference for Israeli Science Education Doctoral Students. Nir Etzion, Israel, September 2015. Oral presentation.
  10. Tsybulsky, D. PBL in science teacher training. National Conference ‘Culture of active learning in teacher training’. Tel Aviv, Israel, October 2015. Oral presentation.
  11. Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. Study of awareness about the digital revolution in contemporary school. Social Media in Academia: Research and Teaching Annual Conference. Voronet, Romania, November 2015. Oral presentation.
  12. Tsybulsky, D. Generalized SAMR model for inquiry-based science learning. Global Young Scientists Summit. Singapore, January 2016. Oral presentation.
  13. Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. (2016). SAMR framework for study technology integration in science education. New Perspectives in Science Education Conference. Florence, Italy, April 2016. Oral virtual presentation.
  14. Tsybulsky, D. & Oz, A. Pre-service science teachers’ views and attitudes towards PBL. National Conference ‘Culture of Active Learning in Teacher Training’. Haifa, Israel, February 2017. Oral presentation.
  15. Levin, I. & Tsybulsky, D. Scientific inquiry in digital age. New Perspectives in Science Education Conference. Florence, Italy, March 2017. Oral virtual presentation.
  16. Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. Inquiry-based science learning in digital age: rethinking the SAMR model. EDULEARN17 Conference. Barcelona, Spain, July 2017, Oral presentation.
  17. Tsybulsky, D. Design-based research as an approach to development, implementation and assessment of learning programs that integrate HPS. International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching [IHPST] Conference. Ankara, Turkey, July 2017. Oral presentation.
  18. Tsybulsky, D. The ‘science as inquiry’ approach to nature of science teaching ESERA 2017 Conference. Dublin, Ireland, August 2017. Oral presentation.
  19. Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. Worldviews of science teachers in the digital age. European Educational Research Association Conference [ECER]. Copenhagen, Denmark, August 2017. Oral presentation.
  20. Oz, A. & Tsybulsky, D. Student teachers and technology: yes in daily life, no in lesson plans. How can we alter this situation? International Conference on Knowledge and Education Technology [ICKET]. Moscow, Russia, August 2017. Oral presentation.
  21. Tsybulsky, D., Gateneo-Kalush, M., Abuganem, M. & Grobgeld, E. Project-based-learning: look at teacher trainees’ experiences. INTED18 Conference. Valencia, Spain, March 2018. Oral virtual presentation.
  22. Tsybulsky, D. & Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. Change in professional identity of teacher trainers in the process of guiding PBL in science class: multi-level analysis. INTED18 Conference. Valencia, Spain, March 2018. Oral virtual presentation.
  23. Ovtracht, Y. & Tsybulsky, D. Biology teachers’ views on the importance and means of incorporating field trips into their curriculum. New Perspectives in Science Education Conference. Florence, Italy, March 2018. Oral virtual presentation.
  24. Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. NGSS scientific practices in the digital age. NARST2018 Annual Conference. Atlanta, USA, April 2018.  Oral presentation.
  25. Tsybulsky, D., Dajczman, A. & Levin, I. Moving from realist to relativist worldview in the digital age. NARST2018 Annual Conference. Atlanta, USA, April 2018. Poster presentation.
  26. Avidov-Ungar, O. & Tsybulsky, D. Experiences of teachers in an online course on the PBL approach: the perception of the teacher’s role in the digital age. EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 2018. Oral presentation.
  27. Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. & Tsybulsky, D. Towards understanding the language of reflection. International Conference on Learning. Athens, Greece, July 2018. Oral presentation.
  28. Tsybulsky, D. Team-teaching in the science classroom: a study of student-teachers’ experiences. International Conference on Social Sciences. Athens, Greece, August 2018. Oral presentation.
  29. Tsybulsky, D. & Avdar, Y. What motivates citizens to activism in the context of monitoring butterflies? National Butterfly Monitoring Annual Conference. Ramat Hanadiv, Israel, August 2018. Oral presentation.
  30. Tsybulsky, D., Milner-Bolotin, M. & Chachashvili-Bolotin, S. STEM or S.T.E.M.? Challenging a traditional paradigm through innovative three step approach to STEM teacher education. 11th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation [ICERI]. Seville, Spain, November 2018. Oral virtual presentation.
  31. Shamir, G., Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. White-box thinking: evaluation of the computational thinking in elementary school. The 5th Conference of the Learning Sciences in Israel. Haifa, Israel, January 2019. Oral presentation.
  32. Tsybulsky, D. & Avidov-Ungar, O. Teachers’ perceptions on what it means to be a teacher in the digital age. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference. Las Vegas, NV, United States, March 2019. Oral presentation.
  33. Koren, N. & Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. Science teachers and technology – be aware or beware? New Perspectives in Science Education Conference. Florence, Italy, March 2019. Oral presentation.
  34. Tsybulsky, D., Gero, A. & Levin, I. Digital triad in science and technology education. NARST2019 Annual Conference. Baltimore, USA., April 2019. Oral presentation.
  35. Rozenzweig, H., Tsybulsky, D., & Levin, I. Autocorrelation analysis of teacher worldviews in the digital age. NARST2019 Annual Conference. Baltimore, USA, April 2019. Oral presentation.
  36. Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. & Tsybulsky, D. (2019). ‘I know what you mean’: Linguistic analysis of science student teachers’ reflective narrative. AERA2019 Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada, April 2019. Poster presentation.
  37. Milner-Bolotin, M., Tsybulsky, D. & Chachashvili-Bolotin, S. (2019). Breaking the boundaries: from innovation to practice in STEM teacher education. The 16th Jerusalem Conference in Canadian Studies. Jerusalem, Israel, May 2019. Oral presentation.
  38. Rosensweig, H., Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. (2019). Multidimensionality of the Nature of Emerging Technology. Society for Philosophy and Technology Biannual Conference. Texas, United States, May 2019. Oral presentation.
  39. Shamir, G., Tsybulsky, D. & Levin, I. (2019). Introducing computational thinking practices in learning science of elementary school. Proceedings of the Informing Science and Information Technology Education Conference [InSite2019]. Jerusalem, Israel, June 2019. Oral presentation.
  40. Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. & Tsybulsky, D. (2019). What the future holds: the importance of future-oriented reflective narrative in pedagogical discourse. The 7th International Conference on Teacher Education. Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2019. Oral presentation.
  41. Tsybulsky, D. Science Teachers’ Worldviews in the Context of the Digital Revolution. The 7th International Conference on Teacher Education. Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2019. Poster presentation.
  42. Koren, N. & Tsybulsky, D. Teachers Identity Paints the Picture of Education in the Digital Age. The 7th International Conference on Teacher Education. Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2019. Oral presentation.
  43. Tsybulsky, D. Transformations and emerging implementations of scientific practices in the digital age. International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching [IHPST] Conference. Thessaloniki, Greece, July 2019. Oral presentation.
  44. Tsybulsky, D. & Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. What it takes to be a good science teacher? Project-based learning as an impetus for student-teachers’ professional growth. European Science Education Research Association [ESERA2019] Conference. Bologna, Italy, August 2019. Oral presentation.
  45. Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation for promoting personalized science learning. NARST2020 Annual Conference [Conference canceled]. Portland, USA, March 2020. Oral presentation.
  46. Tsybulsky, D. Development of soft skills in project-based science learning: The case study of the “smart greenhouse”. Soft Skills in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) Education [Conference canceled]. Technion City, Haifa, Israel, May 2020. Oral presentation.
  47. Tsybulsky, D. Promoting personalized learning in high-school biology education via digital curation. ERIDOB2020 Annual Conference [Conference canceled]. Nicosia, Cyprus, August 2020. Oral presentation. [Accepted].
  48. Dagan, K. & Tsybulsky, D. Student teachers’ attitudes, experiences and pedagogical practices during Covid-19 crisis. Virality 2020: Disruptive Innovation in Teacher Tel Aviv, Israel, September 2020. Oral presentation [via ZOOM].
  49. Dayan, E. & Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation as a pedagogical approach. Virality 2020: Disruptive Innovation in Teacher Tel Aviv, Israel, September 2020. Workshop [via ZOOM].
  50. Dayan, E. & Tsybulsky, D. Practical implications of digital curation for biology teachers. Annual Biology Teachers Conference 2020. Haifa, Israel, December 2020. Oral presentation [via ZOOM].
  51. Dvir, M., Aridor, K., Tsybulsky, D. & Ben-Tzvi, D. Integration between informal statistical reasoning, scientific reasoning and nature of science understanding through citizen science. The Interdisciplinary Wonders of STEAM Education ConferenceMOFET Institute. Tel Aviv, Israel, March 2021. Oral presentation [via ZOOM].
  52. Dayan, E. & Tsybulsky, D. Science teachers’ perceptions regarding digital curation as a personalized learning activity that promotes professional learning. NARST2021 Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida, USA, April 2021. Oral presentation [via ZOOM].
  53. Dayan, E.& Tsybulsky, D. How to curate and create personalized learning? 6th Learning Science Conference. Challenges and opportunities in learning at a distant age . Tel Aviv, Israel, May 2021. Oral presentation [In Hebrew, via ZOOM].
  54. Tsybulsky, D. & Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. Incorporating project-based learning approach into distance learning and its contribution to the development of student-teachers’ professional identity. Intercultural Education in an Age of Information and Disinformation International Conference [IAIE2021]. Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2021. Poster presentation [via ZOOM].
  55. Dayan, E. & Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation for science teachers’ professional learning. Intercultural Education in an Age of Information and Disinformation International Conference [IAIE2021]. Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2021. Poster presentation.
  56. Schrire, O., Tsybulsky, D. & Ipsen, C. Virtual partners in a real crisis – experiences of teacher coordinators during COVID-19 in the context of participation in a virtual professional community. Intercultural Education in an Age of Information and Disinformation International Conference [IAIE2021]. Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2021. Round table presentation [via ZOOM].
  57. Muchnik-Rozanov, Y. & Tsybulsky, D. The Value of Linguistic Analysis for Educational Research. EARLI2021 Annual Meeting. Sweden/Online, August 2021. Workshop [via ZOOM].
  58. Dagan, K. & Tsybulsky, D. Teaching from afar or far from teaching? preservice teachers’ experiences and attitudes during Covid-19 pandemic. ESERA2021 Online conference. Braga, Portugal, August-September 2021. Oral presentation [via ZOOM].
  59. Pshenichny, A. & Tsybulsky, D. Museum educators’ conceptions on integration of Nature of science aspects: a phenomenographic study. ESERA2021 Online conference. Braga, Portugal, August-September 2021. Oral presentation [via ZOOM].
  60. Dayan, E. & Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation as promoting science teachers’ pedagogical reasoning and professional learning network. Annual Conference for Israeli Science Education Doctoral Students. Ben Gurion University, Israel, October 2021. Oral presentation.
  61. Schrire, O., Tsybulsky, D. & Ipsen, C. Development of the professional identity of teacher coordinators in an educational-technological context. Annual Conference for Israeli Science Education Doctoral Students. Ben Gurion University, Israel, October 2021. Oral presentation.
  62. Tsybulsky, D. Future of science education. Global Young Scientists Summit [GYSS2022]. Singapore, January 2022. Elected participant [via ZOOM].
  63. Schrire, O., Tsybulsky, D. & Ipsen, C. The experiences of biology coordinators participating in a VPLC during the COVID-19 crisis. NARST2022 Annual Meeting. (Accepted). Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 2022. Oral presentation.
  64. Gadot, R. & Tsybulsky, D. Digital curation as a pedagogical approach promoting critical thinking. NARST2022 Annual Meeting. (Accepted). Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 2022. Oral presentation.
  65. Schrire, O., Tsybulsky, D. & Ipsen, C. The basis of decision-making of biology coordinators in virtual professional learning communities as an expression of the development of their professional identity during the Covid-19 crisis. Chais2022 Annual Meeting (Accepted). Tel Aviv, Israel, February 2022. Oral presentation.
  66. Koren, N. & Tsybulsky, D. Teachers’ identity in a changing educational-technological context: Exploration of personal, social, and professional experiences. The 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) (Submitted). Hiroshima, Japan, June 2022. Oral presentation.
  67. Dvir, M. & Tsybulsky, D. Re-design technology-enhanced learning trajectories to concurrently nurture young students’ statistical, scientific and nature of science reasoning. ICOTS Conference (Submitted). Rosario, Argentina, September 2022. Oral presentation.
  68. 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 (Submitted). Nicosia, Cyprus. September 2022. Oral presentation.