Katedra didaktiky fyziky: RNDr. Martina Kekule, Ph.D.

Matematicko-fyzikální fakulta UK v Praze

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Seznam citované literatury

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

[2] 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

[3] 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, FISER' 2014, pp. 108-117. edited by Bilsel, A., Garip, M. U. (Science Education Research Groups Eastern Mediterranean University: Famagusta), //In Special issue of European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, ISSN 2301-251X

[4] Kekule, M. et al. (2017) Gender Differences when Assesing the Impact of Inquiry-Based Science Education in The New Educational Review Vol. 48 No. 2, 100-116, ISSN 1732-6729

[5] M. Kekule, J. Viiri, J. Isoniemi, and J. Hautala (2017) Uncovering the effect of Task Representation On students’ problem solving by eyetracking, Proceedings of the ESERA 2017 Conference. https://keynote.conference-services.net/resources/ 444/5233/pdf/ESERA2017_0116_paper.pdf.

[6] J. Viiri, M. Kekule, J. Isoniemi, and J. Hautala, Eyetracking the effects of representation on students’ problem solving approaches, Proceedings of the Annual FMSERA Symposium 2016 (2017), pp. 88–98,

V časopise s IF

[1], [2], [3] 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).

[2], [3], [5], [6] In Susac A, Bubic A, Kazotti E, Planinic M and Palmovic M (2018) Student understanding of graph slope and area under a graph: a comparison of physics and nonphysics students Physical Review Physics Education Research 14 020109

[1], [2], [3] In P. Klein, S. Küchemann, S. Brückner, O. Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, and J. Kuhn (2019) Student understanding of graph slope and area under a curve: A replication study comparing first-year physics and economics students Physical Review Physics Education Research 15 020116

[2], [3] InSusac A, Bubic A, Planinic M (2019) Role of diagrams in problem solving: An evaluation of eye-tracking parameters as a measure of visual attention Physical Review Physics Education Research 15 013101

V recenzovaných časopisech

[3] In Säynäjäkangas, T, Lehtinen, A., & Viiri, J (1). Student’s attention during while-class teaching with simulations - a case study using eye-tracking. FMSERA Journal, 1(1), 132-141. Retrieved from https://journal.fi/fmsera/article/view/60887

[4] In Abbassi, F.A., Hussain, K., Farooq, S., Akhtar, N. (2018) Best model selection for determinants of students’ academic performance at tertiary level in azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. New Educational Review 51(1), pp. 66-77

V konferenčních sbornících

[3] 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.

[3] In Rosiek, R, Sajka, M (2017) Eyetracking in research on physics education 2017. Springer Proceedings in Physics pp 67-77.

V závěrečných pracích

[3] In Teemu Säynäjäkangas (2017). Opiskelijan huomion kiinnittyminen simulaation aikana fysiikan oppitunnilla - silmänliiketutkimus autenttisessa ympäristössä. Master thesis. University of Jyvaskyla.

Aktualizováno: 20. 1. 2007