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Διδακτική της Χημείας, Νέες Εκπαιδευτικές Τεχνολογίες και Εκπαίδευση για την Αειφόρο Ανάπτυξη (ΔιΧηΝΕΤ-ΕΑΑ)

ΔΙΕΘΝΗ ΠΕΡΙΟΔΙΚΑ

  1. Developing Basic Systems Thinking Skills for Deeper Understanding of Chemistry Concepts in High School Students. Vachliotis, T., Salta, K. & Tzougraki C. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 2021
  2. Shift from a Traditional to a Distance Learning Environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic: University Students’ Engagement and Interactions.  Salta, K.,Paschalidou, K., Tsetseri, M., & Koulougliotis, D. Science & Education, 2021
  3. Probing Greek secondary school students’ awareness of Green Chemistry Principles infused in context-based projects related to socio-scientific issues. Koulougliotis, D., Antonoglou, L., & Salta, K. International Journal of Science Education, 43(2), 298-313, 2021.
  4. Domain specificity of motivation: Chemistry and Physics Learning among Undergraduate Students of Three Academic Majors. Salta, K. & Koulougliotis, D. International Journal of Science Education, 42(2), 253-270, 2020
  5. Students’ Competence in Translating Between Different Types of Chemical Representations. Gkitzia, V., Salta, K. & Tzougraki C. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 21(1), 307- 330, 2020.
  6. Decoding Mass Media Techniques and Education for Sustainable Development.  Kotsalas, I.P.,  Antoniou, A., &  Scoullos, M. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 11(2), 102–122, 2017.
  7. Investigating high-school chemical kinetics: the Greek chemistry textbook and students’ difficulties. Gegios, T., Salta, K. & Koinis, S. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 18(1), 151-168, 2017.
  8. Learning for and about sustainability in higher education – a regional perspective based on experiences from the Baltic and the Mediterranean. Scoullos, M., Malotidi, V., Lindroos, P., & Suomalainen, S. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 18 (6), 877-893, 2017.
  9. Changes in Visual/Spatial and Analytic Strategy Use in Organic Chemistry with the Development of Expertise. Vlacholia, M.,  Vosniadou, S., Roussos, P.,  Salta, K.,  Kazi,  S., Sigalas, M. & Tzougraki, C. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 18(4), 763-773, 2017.
  10. Biogeochemical cycles for combining chemical knowledge and ESD issues in Greek secondary schools Part I: Designing the didactic materials.  Koutalidi, S., Scoullos, M., Chemistry, Education, Research and Practice 17(1), 10-23, 2016.
  11. Biogeochemical cycles for combining chemical knowledge and ESD issues in Greek secondary schools Part II: Assessing the impact of the intervention. Koutalidi, S., Psallidas, V., & Scoullos, M., Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 17(1), 24-35, 2016.
  12. Assessing motivation to learn chemistry: adaptation and validation of Science Motivation Questionnaire II with Greek secondary school students. Salta, K., & Koulougliotis, D. Chemistry Education Research and Practice16(2), 237-250, 2015.
  13. Meaningful Understanding and Systems Thinking in Organic Chemistry: Validating Measurement and Exploring Relationships. Vachliotis, T., Salta, K., & Tzougraki, Chr. Research in Science Education, 44 (2), 239-266, 2014.
  14. Development and Evaluation of a Systemic Assessment Framework in Organic Chemistry. Tzougraki, Chr., Salta, K., & Vachliotis, T. African Journal of Chemical Education, Special Issue (Part I), 4 (2), 101-121, 2014.
  15. Discovering factors that influence the decision to pursue a chemistry-related career: A comparative analysis of the experiences of non scientist adults and chemistry teachers in Greece. Salta, K., Gekos, M., Petsimeri, I., & Koulougliotis, D. Chemistry Education Research and Practice13(4), 437-446, 2012.
  16. Conceptual versus Algorithmic Problem-solving: Focusing on Problems dealing with Conservation of Matter in Chemistry.Salta, K., Tzougraki, C. Research in Science Education, 41 (4), 587-609, 2011.
  17. Exploring Novel Tools for Assessing Students’ Meaningful Understanding of Organic Reactions in High School.Vachliotis, T., Salta, K., Vasiliou, P., Tzougraki, C. Journal of Chemical Education, 88 (3), 337–345, 2011.
  18. Development and Application of Suitable Criteria for the Evaluation of Chemical Representations in School Textbooks. Gkitzia, V., Salta, K., Tzougraki., C.Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 12 (1), 5-14, 2011.
  19. Why do students have to learn about the chemical structure and the chemical bonding? Vlassi, M., Karaliota, A., The chemical educator, 14 (5), 208-211, 2009.
  20. Multimedia application with animated cartoons for teaching science in elementary education,K. Dalacosta, M. Paparrigopoulou-Kamariotaki, J. Palyvos, N. Spyrellis, Computers and Education, 52(4), 741-748, 2009.
  21. Fun with Fingerprints: Cyanoacrylate Fuming, A. Nikitakis, A. Karaliota Lymperopoulou, Journal of Chemical Education, 85(6), 816A-816B, 2008.
  22. Historical Models of Chemical Kinetics in Science Education, Christofilis T. and Kousathana M.,Chemistry, 16, Iss.1, 2007.
  23. The Chemistry of Art and the Art of Chemistry. Kafetzopoulos C., Spyrellis N., and Lymberopoulou-Karaliota A., Journal of Chemical Education, 83 (10) 1484,2006.
  24. Pupils' Understanding of Photosynthesis: A questionnaire for the simultaneous assessment of all aspects, Panagiota Marmaroti; Dia Galanopoulou, International Journal of Science Education, 28 (4), 383, 2006.
  25. Attitudes toward chemistry among 11th grade students in high schools in Greece, K. Salta and C. Tzougraki, Science Education, 88, 535, 2004.
  26. Acid - base Equilibria, Part I: Upper Secondary Students' Misconceptions and difficulties, Demerouti M., Kousathana M., Tsaparlis G., The Chemical Educator, 9, 122, 2004.
  27. Acid - base Equilibria, Part II: Effect of Developmental Level and Disembedding Ability of Students' Conceptual Understanding and Problem Solving Ability, Demerouti M., Kousathana M., Tsaparlis G., The Chemical Educator, 9, 132, 2004.
  28. 3D Normal Modes Shockwave: Three-dimensional perception of molecular normal modes on the Web, N. D. Charistos, C.Α. Τsipis and Μ. P. Sigalas, Journal of Chemical Education, 81, 1231, 2004.
  29. pH Titration Simulator, Papadopoulos N., Limniou M., Journal of Chemical Education Software, 80, 6, 709, 2003.
  30. 3DNormalΜodes, Μ. P. Sigalas, N. D. Charistos, V. I. Τeberekidis and C.Α. Τsipis, Journal of Chemical Education, 80, 1222, 2003.
  31. Design and Development of a Multimedia Educational Tool for Interactive Visualization and Three-Dimensional Perception of Vibrational Spectra Data of Molecules, N. D. Charistos, V. I. Τeberekidis, C. Α. Τsipis and Μ. P. Sigalas, Education and Information Technologies, 8, 369-379, 2003.
  32. Design and Development of a Bilingual Multimedia Educational Tool for Teaching Chemistry Concepts to Deaf Students in Greek Sign Language, Μ. Ε. Panselina, Μ. P. Sigalas, and C. Τzougraki, Education and Information Technologies, 7, 225-235, 2002
  33. SpecUVVis: An Ultraviolet Visible Spectrophotometer Simulator, Nikos Papadopoulos, Maria Limniou, Giannis Koklamanis, Apostolos Tsarouxas and Mpampis Roilidis, Journal of Chemical Education Software, 2001.
  34. A Computer Controlled Bipolar Pulse Conductivity Apparatus, N. Papadopoulos, and M.Limniou, Journal of Chemical Education Software, 78, 245, 2001.
  35. Chemical Education and New Educational Technologies: An Inter-University Program for Graduate Studies, C. Tzougraki, M.P. Sigalas, G. Tsaparlis, N. Spyrellis, Chemistry Education: Research and Practice in Europe (CERAPIE) 3, 405, 2000.
  36. Viscosity measurement: A Virtual experiment, N. Papadopoulos, A.T.Pitta, N.Markopoulos, M. Limniou, Journal of Chemical Education Software, 1999.