Research Profile for Koliopoulos Dimitrios


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General
DIMITRIS KOLIOPOULOS
Department of Educational Science and Early Childhood Education
Research Activity
science education, energy education, science museum education, early childhood education, teachers' training
Epistemological and educational aspects of the transformation of scientific knowledge to school science in formal and non-formal educational settings. Development of related educational material.
Research Infrastructure
Dimitris Koliopoulos, Assistant Professor
 
Research Activities
1. 7th Research Framework Programme, «History and Philosophy in Science Teaching» (υπευθ. Pr. D. Höttecke - Universität Bremen)

2. «Pratiques d’écriture et instrumentation du psychisme: Approches psychologiques et didactiques» (υπευθ. Pr. A. Weil-Barais – Université d’ Angers)
1. S. Dossis & D. Koliopoulos (2007). Comment les élèves du collège conçoivent le mouvement du pendule : une recherche empirique. Skholê, hors-série 1, 41-51.

2. D. Koliopoulos, S. Dossis & E. Stamoulis (2007). The use of history of science texts in teaching science: Two cases of an innovative, constructivist approach, The Science Education Review, 6, 2, 44-56.

3. K. Ravanis, D. Koliopoulos & J-M Boilevin (2007), Construction of a Precursor Model for the Concept of Rolling Friction in the Thought of Preschool Age Children: A Socio-cognitive Teaching Intervention, Research in Science Education, DOI 10.1007/s11165-007-9056-7.

4. K. Zacharos, D. Koliopoulos, M. Dokimaki & H. Kassoumi (2007), Views of prospective early childhood education teachers, towards mathematics and its instruction, European Journal of Teacher Education, 30, 3, 305–318.

5. D. Koliopoulos, J-M Boilevin & K. Ravanis (2005), A classificação do conteúdo conceitual dos curriculos referentes à energia como instrumento educativo, Ensaio, Pesquisa em Educação em Ciências, 7, 1, 63-75.

6. D. Koliopoulos & C. Constantinou (2005), The simple pendulum in the school science textbooks of Greece and Cyprus, Science & Education, 14, 1, 59-73.

7. K. Ravanis, D. Koliopoulos & Y. Hadjigeorgiou (2004), What factors does friction depend on? A socio-cognitive teaching intervention with young children, International Journal of Science Educa-tion, 26, 8, 997-1007.

8. D. Koliopoulos, S. Tantaros, M. Papandreou & K. Ravanis (2004) Preschool children’s ideas about floating: a qualitative approach, Journal of Science Education, 5, 1, 21-24.

9. D. Koliopoulos (2003), Blunting the tensions between informal and formal education in science: re-forming the relationship between the school and the science museum in Greece, Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, 8, 1, 81-95

10. D. Koliopoulos & K. Ravanis (2001), Didactic implications resulting from students’ ideas about energy: an approach to mechanical, thermal and electrical phenomena, Themes in Education, 2, 2-3, 161-173.

11. D. Koliopoulos & K. Ravanis (2000), Réflexions méthodologiques sur la formation d’une culture concernant le concept d’énergie à travers l’éducation formelle, Revue de Recherches en Education : SPIRALE, 26, 73-86.

12. D. Koliopoulos & K. Ravanis (2000), Elaboration et évaluation du contenu conceptuel d'un pro-gramme constructiviste concernant l'approche énergétique des phénomènes mécaniques, Didaskalia, 16, 33-56.

13. D. Koliopoulos & K. Ravanis (1998), L’enseignement de l’énergie au collège vu par les ensei-gnants. grille d’analyse de leurs conceptions”, Aster, Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique, 26, 165-182 .

14. D. Koliopoulos, P. Kariotoglou & D. Psillos (1986), La force dans le contexte des liquides; une première approche des conceptions des élèves sur la mécanique des liquides, au collège, en Grèce”, Feuilles d'Epistémologie Appliquée et de Didactique des Sciences, 8, 59-65.

15. D. Koliopoulos & A. Tiberghien (1986), Eléments d'une bibliographie concernant l'enseignement de l'énergie au niveau des collèges, Aster, Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique, 2, 167-178.
1. Université de Provence (IUFM d' Aix - Marseille)

2. University of Cyprus (Departemnt of Education)
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