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Plakitsi, K., Spyrtou, A., Klonari, K., Kalogiannakis, M., Malandrakis, G., Papadopoulou, P., Stamoulis, E., Soulios, J., Piliouras, P., & Kolios, N. (2014). New Greek Science Curriculum (NGSC) for Primary Education: Promoting Educational Innovation Under Hard Conditions. In C.-P. Constantinou, N. Papadouris, & A. Hadjigeorgiou (Eds.) Proceedings of the ESERA 2013 Conference: Science Education Research for Evidence-based Teaching and Coherence in Learning, (J. Dillon & A. Redfors, co-editors for Strand 10: Science curriculum and educational policy) Nicosia, Cyprus, 2-7 September 2013 (e-book). www.esera.org.

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Nari, E., Dimitriadou, K., Spyrtou, A. (2012). E-learning teacher education in Western Macedonia: The effect of an in-service training course. In: C. Lemonidis (ed.), 1st International Conference, Education Across Borders, 560-569, 5-7 October 2012, Florina, Greece. ISSN: 2241-8881.

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Zoupidis, A., Spyrtou, A., Malandrakis, G. and Kariotoglou, P. (2016). The evolutionary refinement process of a Teaching Learning Sequence for introducing inquiry aspects and density as materials’ property in floating/sinking phenomena. In D. Psillos & P. Kariotoglou (eds), Iterative Design of Teaching-Learnign Sequences, pp.167-199. Dordrecht: Springer.

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Loukomies, A., Pnevmatikos, D., Spyrtou, A., Lavonen, J., Kariotoglou, P. (2013). Promoting students’ interest and motivation towards science learning: The role of personal needs and motivation orientations. Research in Science Education, 43(6), 2517-2539.

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Kapousizi, D., Spyrtou, A. (2013). Pre-service teachers’ views about models in Science Education. In: C. Lemonidis (Ed.), 1st International Conference, Education Across Borders, 803-812, 5-7 October 2012, Florina, Greece. ISSN: 2241-8881.

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Zoupidis, A., Pnevmatikos, D., Spyrtou A. and Kariotoglou, P. (2011). Causal relational reasoning of 5th graders using density in explaining floating-sinking phenomena, In C. Bruguière, A. Tiberghien & P.Clément (Eds.), E-book Proceedings of the ESERA 2011 Conference, Science learning and citizenship (pp. 104-109). Lyon, France:  Université de Lyon.http://lsg.ucy.ac.cy/esera/e_book/base/index.html

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Zoupidis, Α., Pnevmatikos, D., Spyrtou, A., & Kariotoglou, P. (2010). The gradual approach of the nature and role of models as means to enhance 5th grade students' epistemological awareness. In G. Cakmakci & M.F. Tasar (Eds.), Contemporary science education research: learning and assessment (pp. 415 – 423). Ankara, Turkey: Pegem Akademi. http://www.esera2009.org/books/Book_4.pdf 

 

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Lavonen,J.,Byman, R., Loukomies, A., Meisalo, V.,Constantinou, C., Kyratsi,T., Papadouris, N.,Couso, D., Hernandez,  M.I., Pinto, R.,Hatzikraniotis, E.,Kallery, M., Petridou, E., Psillos, D., Kariotoglou, P., Pnevmatikos, D., Spyrtou, A., Lombardi, S.,Monroy, G.,Testa,I.(2010).  Students’ motivation on learning material science teaching modules in five countries. In G. Cakmakci & M.F. Tasar (Eds.), Contemporary science education research: learning and assessment: (pp. 51-56), Ankara, Turkey: Pegem Akademi. http://www.esera2009.org/books/Book_4.pdf 

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Spyrtou, A., Zoupidis, A., S. Blouchou, K. Soultanis, R. Triantafyllidou & Kariotoglou, P. (2009). Design and Refinement of a Module concerning “Materials’ Density in Floating/Sinking Phenomena”. Poster presented in: European Science Education Research Association (ESERA), 31 August– 4 September2009, Istanbul, Turkey

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Spyrtou, A., Hatzikraniotis, E., Kariotoglou, P. (2009). Educational software for improving learning aspects of Newton's Third Law for student teachers. Education and Information Technologies, 14(2): 163-187.(http://www.springerlink.com/content/1360-2357/?k=Spyrtou)

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Spyrtou. A., Zoupidis, A., Kariotoglou, P. (2008). The design and development of an ICT- Enhanced Module concerning density as a property of materials applied in floating-sinking phenomena. Ιn: C. P. Constantinou & N. Papadouris (Eds.), GIREP INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, Physics Curriculum Design, Development and Validation, Selected Papers, 391-407. ISBN 978-9963-689-20-0.

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Kariotoglou, P., Spyrtou, A. Tselfes, V. (2008). How student – teachers understand distance force interactions in different contexts. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 7(5), 851-873.(http://www.springerlink.com/ content/77j4022w1367vgm0/)

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Spyrtou, A., Zoupidis, A. & Kariotoglou, P. (2007). Teaching and learning force interactions in different contexts. E-Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of ESERA. (http://www.naturfagsenteret.no/esera/conference.html).

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Kariotoglou, P., Spyrtou, A., & Tselfes, V., (2005). Student – teachers; conceptions about gravity interaction. In: R. Pinto et D. Couso, (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5thInternational ESERA Conference on Contributions of Research to Enhancing Students’ Interest in Learning Science, Barcelona, 28 August – 1 September,Spain, 180-183.

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Hatzikraniotis, E., Theodorakakos, A., Spyrtou, A. & Kariotoglou, P. (2005). Newton-3: A Software For Teaching Dynamic Interactions. Στο: Michaelides, P.G., Margetousaki, A., Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Hands on Science, HSci,July 13-16, Rethimno, 96-102. 

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Kariotoglou, P. & Spyrtou, A. (2005). A Teaching-Learning Sequence Concerning Dynamic Interactions: The Need for Appropriate Software. In: Michaelides, P.G., Margetousaki, A., Proceedings of the 2nd International Conferenceon Handson Science, HSci,July13-16, Rethimno, 91-95.

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Psillos, D., Spyrtou, Α.,  Kariotoglou, P. (2005). Science Teachers Education: Issues and Proposals.In: Boersma, K., Goedhart, M., De Jong, O., Eijkelhof, H.(eds), Research and the Quality of Science Education, Springer, The Netherlands, 119-128. 

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Spyrtou, A., Psillos, D., Kariotoglou, P. (2003). Investigating the complexity of teachers’ views in science teaching: issues and tools. In: Krnel, D.(ed.), Proceedings of ESERA 6th Summer-School, Liubljana,  85-96.  

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Spyrtou, A., Kariotoglou, P. (2001). Interlacing content and methodology in educating primary student teachers. In: M. Bandiera, S. Caravita, E. Torracca, M. Vicentini (eds). Research Education in Europe: The Picture Expands, Litoflash, Roma, 651-658.

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Spirtou, A. (1995). A strategy for educating primary teachers in science.   In: Psillos, D. (ed.). Proceedings of the second Ph. D. Summerschool. European Reseasrch in Science Education, Art of Text S.A.,Thessaloniki,424-431.

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