Poster session results

The posters competition prizes were awarded to:

  • 1st prize: Mina Theofilatou, poster: Why the High School Student Became a Wikipedia Editor...
  • 2nd prize: Ioan Grosu, poster: Driven Spinning Top
  • 3rd prize: Malgorzata Zajaczkowska, Ewa Zielinska and Grazyna Gajlewicz, poster: Problematic Division

The winners were awarded free participation, including accomodation and travel, either (according to their choice) in the SPICE Summer Academy in Prague, Czech Republic, to be held in 26-28 August 2011, or in one of the upcoming Scientix workshops. 

List of participants:

# Title
Author(s)
Poster (pdf)
1. My Astronomical and Physics Classes
Tsetsa Hristova
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2. Acquisitive Learning
Thomas Roche
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3. Human Immune System
Sonja Artac, Maja Gerden
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4. ICT and Easy Magnificent Interactive Experiments
Beata Jarosievitz
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5. Le Chatelier’s Principle: Which way is it, left or right?
Natalija Bohinc
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6. Promotion of Science with Fibonacci and Scientix
Mateja Grašič
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7. Towards New Teaching in Mathematics
Dagmar Raab
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8. From Raffaello to Nanotechnology
Daniela Ambrosi
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9. ALIVE- Active Learning in Virtual Environment
Maria Henriques, Rita Paupério
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10. Research and Practice in Science Education: Insights from the traces project
Emilio Balzano, Ciro Minichini, Francesco Cuomo, Marco Serpico
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11. Nano bottom up - top down through Physics curricula
Annamaria Lisotti
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12. Why the High School Student Became a Wikipedia Editor...
Mina Theofilatou
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13. Deforestation
Magdalena Grigoras, Dan Grigoras, Lucian Males
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14. University Regional Research Consortium for Environment Monitoring and Protection
Ovidiu Toma
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15. Collaborative Mathematical Gazette on the Web
Juan José Moreno-Balcázar, Juan Cuadra-Díaz, Fernando Reche-Lorite
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16. CrossUniverse Knowledge Sharing
Gianni Panconesi
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17. Teachers’ Views on the Effectiveness of Mobile Science Laboratory
Mustafa Erol, U. Böyük, R. Şahingöz and M. F. Costa
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18. Problematic Division
Malgorzata Zajaczkowska, Ewa Zielinska & Grazyna Gajlewicz
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19. Digital support for Inquiry, Collaboration and Reflection on Socio-Scientific Debates: Project Co-Reflect
Eleni Kyza, Georgia Michael
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20. PERFORMASCIENZA Project. Drama workshops on the history of science at school
Francesca Morgese, Viviana Vinci
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21. The history of Science goes to School
Liborio Dibattista
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22. Pocketbike Project
Broos Fonck, Tim Verheyden, Annemie Vermeyen, Dany Verhertbrugge
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23. Driven Spinning Top
Ioan Grosu
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24. Use of Bioassays in Earth Sciences Learning
Maria Jose Martinez-Sanchez, Carmen Pérez-Sirvent, Maria Luz García-Lorenzo, Manuel Hernández-Córdoba
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25. Scientix : The Community for Science Education in Europe
Eloïse Gérard
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26. Let in the Future: Thinking Small to do Big Things
Nadia Circu
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27.

Nanoyou: Nanotechnology in Medicine
Nanoyou project (UCAM)

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28. Insafe: Promoting Safe and Responsible Use of Online Technology
Annick van de Velde
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29. International Year of Chemistry 2011: the Global Water Experiment
Mathilde Bargoin
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30. Planet Science: Innovative online science engagement
Ruth Hendry, Stephen Haggard
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31. Xperimania IV: from Molecules to Materials
Mar Rodríguez-Yebra
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32.

XploreHealth: Discovering the Latest on Health Research
Barbara Schwarzenbacher, Carlos de Paz Villasenin

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