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Eye-tracking group at the Department of Physics Education

Our department is engaged in research and other activities using eye-tracking equipment. In case of your interest in cooperation, do not hesitate to contact us:

Martina Kekule, PhD.
http://kdf.mff.cuni.cz/~kekule/
martina.kekule@seznam.cz

Equipment - Experiments - Students’ projects - Popularization - Publications - Citations

Equipment

 

Desktop-mounted Tobii TX300,
frequency 300 Hz.

https://www.tobiipro.com/

Head-mounted glasses by Pupil-labs,
frequency 120 Hz.

https://pupil-labs.com/

Cooperation

Eva Hejnová, UJEP, Ústí nad Labem, ČR

Martin Chvál, ÚVRV PedF UK, Praha, ČR

Jouni Viiri, Department of Teacher Education, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

Eizo Ohno, Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University, Japan

Pascal Klein et al., Department of Physics, Physics Education Research, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Experiments

Web design & students’ webbrowsing

 

Authors: Vanessa Li, Andrea Vinklerová, Martina Kekule

Type of stimuli: static

Date: in progress

Data analysis: gaze plots

Students’ solving of a task from mathematics – based on CLoSE projecty

 

Authors: Martin Chvál, Martina Kekule

Type of stimuli: static

Date: in progress

Data analysis: gaze plots

Graphic layout of educational material about theory of relativity

 

Authors: Matěj Ryston, Karel Havlíček

Type of stimuli: static

Date: in progress

Data analysis: gaze plots, attention maps, transitions

Students’ interpretation of a complex graph from mechanics

 

Authors: Martina Kekule, Terézie Vondráčková

Type of stimuli: static

Date: 2016

Data analysis: gaze plots, attention maps, AOIs metrics

Students’ approaches when solving concept cartoons from mechanics

 

Authors: Eva Hejnová, Martina Kekule

Type of stimuli: static

Date: 2016

Data analysis: gaze plots, attention maps

Students’ approaches when solving TUG-K test

 

Authors: Martina Kekule

Type of stimuli: static

Date: 2013

Data analysis: gaze plots, attention maps, AOIs metrics, AOI sequences chartss

Students’ approaches when solving R-FCI test

 

Authors: Martina Kekule, Jouni Viiri, Jarkko Hautala, Iva Jakubska

Type of stimuli: static

Date: 2016

Data analysis: gaze plots, attention maps, AOIs metrics, AOI sequences chartss

Students’ projects

Bachelor & master thesis

Strategie žáků při řešení úloh z mechaniky zkoumané metodou oční kamery
(Iva Jakubská, master thesis, in progress)

Strategie žáků a studentů při řešení úloh s grafy zkoumané oční kamerou
(Terézie Vondráčková, bachelor thesis, in progress)

Učení se žáků z edukativního materiálu sledované oční kamerou
(Alžběta Krejčí, bachelor thesis, in progress)

SOČ – Students’ Professional Activities (SPA)

Cílené vyhledávání na internetu sledované oční kamerou
(Vanessa Li & Andrea Vinklerová, Wichterlovo gymnázium, Ostrava, in progress)

Popularization - drawing by eyes

Activity aimed at children from 5 to 19, where the eye-tracker is used as a drawing tool. Children connect given points at a screen with their eyes which are tracked. Fixations of eyes are later displayed by software. Presented for example within the Vědohraní event.

   

Publications

Kekule, M. (2017) Využití metody oční kamery ve výzkumu v didaktice fyziky pro hlubší porozumění žákovským procesům při řešení problémů in Vliv technologií v oblasti vzdělávání a v pedagogickém výzkumu, Sborník abstraktů z XXV. konference České asociace pedagogického výzkumu, 140-142, ISBN 978-80-7435-688-9.

Viiri, J., Kekule, M., Isoniemi J., Hautala, J. (2017) Eye-tracking the effect of representation on students' problem solving approaches in Proceedings of the annual symposium of the FMSERA 2016, 88-98, The Finnish Mathematics and Science Education Research Association, ISSN 2489-4583.

Kekule, M. (2017) Dřepování na plošném siloměru a čtení zaznamenaného grafu žáky sledované oční kamerou In Veletrh nápadů učitelů fyziky 22 , Sborník příspěvků z mezinárodní konference , 153-159, ISBN 978-80-244-5226-5.

Kekule, M., Viiri, J., Isoniemi, J., Hautala, J. (2017) Uncovering the Effect of Task Representation on Students' Problem Solving by Eye Tracking In Book of Abstracts, ESERA conference2017, on-line.

Kekule, M. (2017) Learning style preferences and their influence on students’ problem solving in kinematics observed by eye-tracking method In 20th International DIDFYZ 2016 Conference: From the Roots to Contemporary Education, AIP Conference Proceedings (vol. 1804), ISBN: 978-073541472-3, DOI: 10.1063/1.4974373.

Kekule, M. (2016) Strategie řešení úloh z kinematiky žáky středních a vysokých škol zkoumané pomocí oční kamery In Moderní trendy v přípravě učitelů fyziky 7, ZČU v Plzni, 68-75. ISBN 978-80-261-0531-2.

Kekule, M. (2014) Students’ approaches when dealing with kinematics graphs explored by eye-tracking research method In Proceedings of the Frontiers in Mathematics and Science Education Research Conference, FISER' 2014. Science Education research Group as Eastern Mediterranean University: Famagusta, 108-117. //In Special issue of European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, ISSN 2301-251X.

Kekule, M. (2014) Výzkum pomocí oční kamery ve fyzikálním vzdělávání Scientia in educatione 5(2), 2014, ISSN 1804-7106. 58–73.

Kekule, M. (2015) Metoda oční kamery (eye-trackeru) při výzkumu řešení úloh z fyziky žáky SŠ a VŠ Matematika-fyzika-informatika 24(2), ISSN 1210-1761 (Print), ISSN 1805-7705 (On-line). PDF

Kekule, M. (2015) Qualitative approach of eye-tracking research in science education In Dabaj, F. Proceedings of International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Education, Dubai, UAE, 104-111.

Kekule, M. (2015) Students‘ different approaches to solving problems from kinematics in respect of good and poor performance In Dabaj, F. Proceedings of International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Education, Dubai, UAE, 126-135.

Citations

Kekule M 2015 Qualitative approach of eye-tracking research in science education Proc. Int. Conf. on Contemporary Issues in Education (Dubai) pp 104–11

Kekule M 2015 Students’ different approaches to solving problems from kinematics in respect of good and poor performance Proc. Int. Conf. on Contemporary Issues in Education (Dubai) pp 126–34 In Jing Han, Li Chen, Zhao Fu, Joseph Fritchman and Lei Bao (2017) Eye-tracking of visual attention in webbased assessment using the Force Concept Inventory, Eur. J. Phys. 38, 045702 (15pp).

Kekule, M. (2014) Students’ approaches when dealing with kinematics graphs explored by eye-tracking research method. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Mathematics and Science Education Research Conference. Eastern Mediterranean University: Famagusta, 108-117. In Ohno, E., Shimojo, A. & Iwata, Mi. (2016). Analysis of Problem Solving Processes in Physics Based on Eye-Movement Data In Key Competences in Physics Teaching and Learning, Proceedings of GIREP 2015 conference, University of Wroclav, pp. 64-70.

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