CMC2016 Program 2017-04-11T14:35:33+00:00

CMC2016 Program

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Session rooms at Nordic Hotel

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Monday, September 5

9:00 – 10:00 Participants Registration 
10:00 – 10:30 Opening Ceremony, Sirius Room, Nordic Hotel Forum
10:30 – 11:30 Inaugural Talk, Sirius Room
Assessing Science Understanding: Using Concept Tests and Concept Maps (slides)
Joel J. Mintzes, Consulting Research Scientist, Science Education Department at the Harvard-Smithsonian CfA, USA
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch at Nordic Hotel
Capella Room Arcturus Room Sirius Room
Session on Concept Map Construction
Chair: Brian Moon, Perigean Technologies LLC, USA
Session on Concept Mapping in Learning Foreign Languages
Chair: Pekka Ruohotie, University of Tampere, Finland
Session on Geographical & Historical Perspectives of Concept Mapping
Chair: Dan Kallgren, University of Wisconsin – Marinette, USA
1:00 – 1:30 A1: Critiquing as an Alternative to Generating Concept Maps to Support Knowledge Integration ProcessesBeat A. Schwendimann, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland B1: Concept Maps and Language Acquisition: An Implementation with English Language Level 2 Students, Rita de Cássia Veiga Marriott, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR), Curitiba, Patricia Lupion Torres, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná (PUCPR), Curitiba, Brazil C1: Understanding Attitude towards Concept Map Usage: An Exploratory Study in China, Jin-Xing (Gordon) Hao, BeiHang University, Yan Yu, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China
1:30 – 2:00 A2: Using Semantic Reference Set of Linking Words for Concept Mapping in Biology, Meena Kharatmal & Nagarjuna G., Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India B2: Lexical Categories: Concept Mapping Instruction On the Effect of Noun Identification in Foreign Language Texts, José L. Gómez, Enrique Arias, & Juan Lirio, University of Castilla-La Mancha at Toledo, Spain C2: Russian Experience in Application of Concept Maps in EducationSvetlana Kostromina, Daria Gnedykh, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
2:00 – 2:30 A3: Bottom-Up Concept Maps Supporting Generalization (slides), Alfredo Tifi, I.I.S. Matteo Ricci Macerata, Italy B3: The Effect of Concept Mapping on EFL Students’ Meaningful Learning of English Reading Comprehension, Mansoureh Kalhor, Counseling Center of Education Office of Shahriyar, Golnar Mehran, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran C3: Going Down to the Late 1980’s: The Combined Use of the 5 Questions and Concept Maps to Approach PoemsMarli Merker Moreira, Brazil
2:30 – 3:30 Coffee Break and Poster Sessions P1
Capella Room Arcturus Room Sirius Room
Session on Concept Mapping to Assess Preschoolers Programming a Robot
Chair: Carmen M. Collado, USA
Session on New ways To Learn Science and Math with Concept Mapping
Chair: Beat A. Schwendimann, EPFL, Switzerland
Session on Concept Mapping support for Educational Processes | Sesión sobre apoyo de Mapas Conceptuales en Procesos Educativos (Simultaneous translation to English)
Chair: Olga Lucía Agudelo Velásquez, Secretaría de Educación de Medellín, Colombia
3:30 – 4:00 A4: Special session with one talk integrating four papers and a demo:

1. Using Concept Mapping to Assess 4- and 5-Year Old Children’s Knowledge in the Robotics and Programming for Prekindergarten Project

2. The Teachers’ Voice: Using Photovoice and Concept Mapping to Evaluate an Innovative Prekindergarten Robotics Program

3. The Teachers’ Voice: forming a Theoretical Framework combining a Prekindergarten STEM Curriculum and a Learning Curriculum

4. Using Concept Mapping to Compare Intentionally Taught Outcomes with Actual Outcomes of a Prekindergarten Robotics and Problem Solving Curriculum

Stephanie Wehry, Deborah L. Carlson & Bronwyn McLemore, Heather Monroe-Ossi, Cheryl Fountain, Madelaine Cosgrove, University of North Florida, USA

B4: Transforming Science Pedagogy: Using Concept Mapping to Design an Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Middle School Science (slidesSumitra Himangshu-Pennybacker, Middle Georgia State University, USA C4: Determinando el Nivel Inicial de la Competencia de Trabajo en Equipo con Mapas Conceptuales: Una Experiencia con Radio Estudiantil | Determining the Initial Teamwork Competency Level with Concept Maps: An Experience with a Student Radio, Carlos Araya-Rivera, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
4:00 – 4:30 B5: Enhancing the Value of Active Learning Programs for Students’ Knowledge Acquisition by Using the Concept Mapping Method, Priit Reiska, Aet Mollits, Tallinn University, Miia Rannikmae, Tartu University, Estonia C5: Regulación Social del Aprendizaje Colaborativo con Mapas Conceptuales: Influencia del Tipo de Tarea, Santiago Roger Acuña, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Gabriela López-Aymes, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Aída Ortega-Velázquez, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Manuel F. Aguilar-Tamayo, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México
4:30 – 5:00 B6: Crowd In, Map Out: Co-Creative Knowledge Building of IGCSE Math, Pia Niemelä, Tampere University of Technology, Finland, Jarkko Mylläri, University of Helsinki, Finland C6: ¡Ubícate en los Mapas! Experiencia de un Curso-Taller de Mapas Conceptuales | Place Yourself in the Maps! Experience from a Course-Workshop on Concept Mapping, Filiberto Romo, UNAM, México
6:00 -7:00 Evening Keynote at Tallinn University, Tallinn Hall (Uus-Sadama 5, Mare building, M-218, II Floor)
Research in Educational Innovation and Learning Analytics in Estonia (slides)
Tobias Ley, ERA Chair Professor for Learning Analytics and Educational Innovation, Institute of Educational Sciences, Tallinn University, Estonia
7:00  Inaugural Reception at Tallinn University

Tuesday, September 6

9:00 -10:00 Invited Talk, Sirius Room
Learning, Creating, and Using Cmaps: Successes and Challenges for Concept Maps as Facilitative Tools in Corporations (slides)
Brian Moon, Chief Technology Officer of Perigean Technologies, LLC, USA
Capella Room Arcturus Room Sirius Room
Session on Assessment Techniques
Chair: Bärbel Fürstenau, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Session on Concept Mapping as Research Support Tool
Chair: Meena Kharatmal, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of
Fundamental Research, India
Concept Mapping in Research and Analysis / Sesión sobre Mapas Conceptuales en Investigación y Análisis (Simultaneous translation to English)
Chair: Carlos Araya-Rivera, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
10:00 – 10:30 A7: Distinguishing Knowledge Integration Gains in Evolution Education Through Concept Map Network AnalysisBeat A. Schwendimann, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland B7: The Mapping of Pedagogic Frailty: A Concept in Which Connectedness is Everything, Ian M. Kinchin, University of Surrey, UK C7: Mapas Conceptuales en los Procesos de Investigación Educativa | Concept Maps in Education Research Processes, Diana Elizabeth García-Salgado, Manuel F. Aguilar-Tamayo, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México
10:30 – 11:00 A8: Select-and-Fill-In Concept Maps as an Evaluation Tool in Science ClassroomsJavad Hatami, Mohammadreza Farrokhnia, Mohammad Hassanzadeh, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran B8: Structural Equation Modeling (SEM): Simply a Rotated Concept Map, Heather Monroe-Ossi, Stephanie Wehry, and Cheryl Fountain, University of North Florida, USA C8: AEMC: Procedimiento para Incrustar un Mapa Conceptual en Formularios Asociados a Una Hoja de Cálculo (Forcal-Map) | AEMC: Procedure to Embed a Concept Map in Forms associated with a Spreadsheet, Pablo González Yoval, Saulo Hermosillo Marina & Laura Guadalupe García del Valle, UNAM, México
11:00 – 11:30 A9: Cmaps with Errors: Why Not? Comparing Two Cmap-Based Assessment Tasks to Evaluate Conceptual Understanding, Paulo R. M. Correia & Joana G. Aguiar, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil B9: Concept Map-Mediated Interview Methodology: Exploring Gender in Academic Careers, Camille B. Kandiko Howson, King’s College London, UK C9: Aportación Metodológica al Modelo MCAC para el Análisis Cualitativo Mediante Mapas Conceptuales | Methodological Contribution to the MCAC Model Using Concept Maps, Isis Nut Villanueva Vargas, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch at Nordic Hotel
1:00 – 2:30 Working Groups Session
2:30 – 3:30 Coffee Break and Poster Sessions P2
Capella Room Arcturus Room Sirius Room
Session on Assessment
Chair: Brian Moon, Perigean Technologies LLC, USA
Session on Technologies to Support Learning with and about Concept Mapping
Chair: Kari Korpelainen, University of Tampere, Finland
Session on Learning with  Concept Mapping | Sesión sobre Aprender con Mapas Conceptuales (Simultaneous translation to English)
Chair: Carlos Araya-Rivera, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
3:30 – 4:00 A10: Formative and Summative Assessment of Concept MapsRita de Cássia Veiga Marriott, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR), Patricia Lupion Torres, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná (PUCPR), Brazil B10: Improving the Teaching of Children with Severe Speech-Language Difficulties by Introducing an Authoring Concept Mapping Kit,  Ria Kicken, Elise Ernes, Vitus Zuid Mgr.Hanssen, Netherlands, Ilja Hoogenberg-Engbers, Independent Scholar, Netherlands, Gloria Gomez, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark C10: Itinerarios Flexibles de Aprendizaje y Mapas Conceptuales: Un Abanico de Posibilidades para Todos los Niveles Educativos | Flexible Learning Itineraries and Concept Maps: a Range of Possibilities for All Educational Levels, Jesús Salinas Ibañez, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, España, Olga Lucía Agudelo Velásquez, Secretaría de Educación de Medellín, Colombia
4:00 – 4:30 A11: Learning from Static versus Animated Pictures of Embodied Knowledge – A Pilot Study on Reconstructing a Ballet Choreography as Concept MapBärbel Fürstenau, Maria Kuhtz, Technische Universität Dresden, Boglárka Simon-Hatala, Semperoper Dresden, Germany, Lenie Kneppers, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands B11: The Educational Multimedia Clip as a Tool for Students’ Self-Learning on Concept Mapping, Alla Anohina-Naumeca, Riga Technical University & University of Latvia, Latvia C11a: Innovative Experience: Construyendo Mi Proyecto de Vida Mediante Itinerarios de Aprendizaje Basados en Mapas Conceptuales | Building My Life Project Using Learning Itineraries based on Concept Maps, Gloria Cecilia Ríos Muñoz & Nancy Camacho Guerrero, I.E. Gabriel García Márquez, Medellín, Colombia
C11b: Innovative Experience: Aprendizaje Cooperativo con Mapas Conceptuales | Cooperative Learning with Concept Maps, Carmen Martín Salinas & Ma. Luisa Cid Galán, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España
4:30 – 5:00 A12: A Two Stage Training Aiming to Certify Excellent Concept Mappers: from Representation to Knowledge Modeling, Paulo R. M. Correia, Joana G. Aguiar, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil B12: Teaching Science for Understanding: The Positive Impact of Simultaneous Use of Concept Mapping and Computer Simulations, Mohammad Hassanzadeh, Javad Hatami, Saeed Latifi, Mohammad Reza Farrokhnia, Tahereh Saheb, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran C12a: Innovative Experience: Concept Maps in Cultural Education. A Case Study on Dance Theater, Andreanna Koufou, Georgios Styliaras & Vasilis Komis, University of Patras, Greece
C12b: Innovative Experience: From Content to Concepts: Using Concept Mapping to Help Students Learn to Think Like Historians, Daniel C. Kallgren, University of Wisconsin – Marinette, USA
7:00 Conference Banquet at Tallinn Creative Hub

Wednesday, September 7

9:00 -10:00 Invited Talk, Sirius Room
Finnish Teachers’ Professionalism is built through Research-Based Teacher Education and Supported by the School Site (slides)
Jari M. Lavonen, Head of the Department of Teacher Education and Professor of Physics and Chemistry Education, University of Helsinki, Finland
Capella Room Arcturus Room Sirius Room
Session on Experiences with Concept Mapping in University Teaching
Chair: Paulo Correia, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
Session on Session on Technologies to Support Concept Mapping (2)
Chair: Mohammad Hassanzadeh & Javad Hatami, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
Session on Concept Mapping in Organizations
Chair: Jin-Xing (Gordon) Hao, BeiHang University, China
10:00 – 10:30 A13: Teaching Experimental Sciences Using CmapTools Software for The Design of Knowledge Models in the Degree of Primary Education Teaching (DPET)Maider Pérez de Villarreal & Fermín González, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain B13: Historical Retrospection on Success and Failures During the Development of Concept Map Based System IKAS, Jānis Grundspeņķi, Riga Technical University, Latvia C13: Eliciting, representing, and evaluating Adult knowledge: A Model for Organizational Use of Concept Mapping and Concept Maps, Brian Moon, Charles Johnston, Sana Rizvi, Perigean Technologies LLC, Carl Dister, ReliabilityFirst Corporation, USA
10:30 – 11:00 A14: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Integration in Electronics on the Concept Map Basis, Zoja Raud, Valery Vodovozov & Tonu Lehtla, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia B14: The Function of Concept Mapping in Hypermedia-Based Tutoring, Manuel F. Aguilar-Tamayo, Antonio Padilla-Arroyo, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Edgar Vázquez-Contreras, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and Santiago R. Acuña, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Mexico C14: Concept Maps as Semantic Tools for Developing Services Ontology: The Digital Learning Ecosystem of Selected Basic Schools in Ghana, James Sunney Quaicoe, Tallinn University, Estonia
11:00 – 11:30 Workgroups Session
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch at Nordic Hotel
1:00 – 2:00 Transportation to the Ferry (Buses depart from Nordic Hotel at 1pm, 1:30pm and 2:00pm)
3:00 – 4:00 Keynote Talk, at Ferry (videoconference)
My Professional Lifetime Effort to Create a Science of Education (slides)
Joseph D. Novak, Institute for Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC) and Cornell University, USA
Session on Concept Mapping in High School
Chair: Paulo Correia, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
Session on Concept Mapping and Video
Chair: Priit Reiska, Tallinn University, Estonia
Session on Innovative Uses of Concept Mapping
Chair: Carmen M. Collado, USA
4:00 – 4:30 A16: Concept Mapping in High School: an Experience on Teaching Geography to Measure Deep, Surface and Non-learning Outcomes, Leandro Fabrício Campelo, Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP), Stela C. Bertholo Piconez, University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil B16: Interactive Concept Maps can Augment Learning with Video Media, John Dowell, University College London, UK C16a: Innovative Experience: Authentic Problem Solving and Concept MappingLenie Kneppers, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Bärbel Fürstenau, TU Dresden, Germany
C16b: Innovative Experience: Application of Conceptual Mapping to Climate Change Education: Moving Toward The ‘Adjacent Possible’, Jane Heinze-Fry, Museum Institute for Teaching Science, Massachusetts, USA
4:30 – 5:00 A17: Comparing Expert and Novice Concept Map Construction through a Talk-Aloud Protocol, Beat A. Schwendimann, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland B17: Videogames Designed with Concept Maps, Jaime Sánchez,  Claudia García, Universidad de Chile, Chile C17a: Innovative Experience:  Emotional Concept Maps with Different Points of View: Comparing Differences at Multiple Time PointsGloria Yi-Ming Kao, GIDLE, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Discussion
5:00 – 6:30 Workgroups Presentations
7:00 Light Dinner at Ferry

Thursday, September 8

09:00 – 5:00 Mapping Stockholm
5:00 – 6:00 Closing Talk, at Ferry
Is My Concept Map Large Enough? (Cmap and slides)

Alberto J. Cañas,  Joseph D. Novak, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), USA, & Priit Reiska, Tallinn University, Estonia, Carmen M. Collado, USA
6:00 Closing Session & Ceremony
7:00 Dinner at Ferry

Friday, September 9

10:00 Arrival in Tallinn. Transportation will be provided to Nordic Hotel.
1:00 – 5:00 Workshops, Tallinn University

Virtual Full Papers

F01: Automatic Construction of Concept Maps from Texts (presentation), Camila Z. Aguiar & Davidson Cury, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil, Amal Zouaq, University of Ottawa, Canada
F02: Design and Validation of a Teaching Sequence Based on Concept Maps to Achieve Meaningful Learning of Science Content in Primary Education (slides), Guadalupe Martínez, Milagros Mateos, Francisco L. Naranjo, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
F03: OntoMap: from Concept Maps to Shallow Owl Ontologies, Guilherme N. Pinotte & Davidson Cury, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil, Amal Zouaq, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada
F04: The Use of Concept Maps in Environmental Study, Jessica Algrain, Université Catholique de Louvain and School Teacher, Belgium
F05: Using Concept Maps to Develop a Didactic Explanation of a Dress with Ambiguous Colours (slides), Francisco L. Naranjo, Guadalupe Martínez, Ángel Luis Pérez, Pedro J. Pardo, María Isabel Suero, Manuel Melgosa, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

Posters Session P1: Monday Sept 5, 2:30 : 3:30

P1-01: A Articulação de Conhecimentos Pedagógicos Pelo Mapa Conceitual na Formação Docente em Enfermagem: Uma Abordagem Histórico Cultural | The Articulation of Pedagogical Knowledge using Concept Maps in Teacher Training in Nursing: A Historical Cultural Approach, Rosangela Andrade Aukar de Camargo, Marlene Fagundes Carvalho Gonçalves, Marta Angélica Iossi Silva, Luciane Sá de Andrade, Caroline da Silva Morelato Coloni, Letícia Lopes Dorneles, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
P1-02: A Concept Map and Linguistic Approach for Improving Persian-Speaking Children’ S Critical Thinking, Elahe Taheri Ghaleno, University of Allameh Tabataba’i, Iran
P1-03: A Contribuição do Mapa Conceitual para o Ensino de Ciências: Gênese, Princípios, Correntes e Finalidades | The Contribution of the Concept Map in Science Teaching: Genesis, Principles, Tendencies and Purposes, Felipa Pacifico Ribeiro de Assis Silveira, FIG-UNIMESP, Conceição Aparecida Soares Mendonça, UFRPE-UAG, Brasil
P1-04: Actividades de Aprendizaje con Mapas Conceptuales: Visión General y Nueva Propuesta a Partir del Análisis con el Seguimiento de la Mirada (Eye Tracking) | Learning Activities with Concept Maps: Overview y New Proposal based on the Analysis of Eye Tracking, Cristòfol Rovira, Unviersitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, España
P1-05: Aprendiendo Ciencias Naturales Haciendo Mapas Conceptuales | Learning Natural Sciences making Concept Maps, Helena Nadal Marí & Adolfina Pérez Garcias, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, España
P1-06: Apuntes Metodológicos para la Construcción de Modelos de Conocimiento | Methodological Notes for the Construction of Knowledge Models, Josué Antonio Ibarra Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México
P1-07: Are You a Good Cmapper? Certify Yourself!, Priit Reiska, Tallinn University, Estonia, Alberto J. Cañas, James Lott, Joseph D. Novak, Institute for Human & Machine Cognition, USA
P1-08: Blending Two Metacognitive Tools Using CmapTools: The Virtual Vee Map and Concept Mapping, António Pedro Fonseca, ESDJGFA & Universidade do Porto, Portugal
P1-09: Case Studies and Effectiveness of a Cmaps Analytical Method, Masaru Taga, Ryukoku University, Japan
P1-10: Chinese Concept Map Generation Based on Open Information Extraction, Lung-Hao Lee & Yuen-Hsien Tseng, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
P1-11: Competencias, Lenguaje, Mapas Conceptuales y Razonamiento, Jorge Guerrero Barrios, FES Iztacala UNAM, México
P1-12: Concept Mapping in Construction Materials Technology, Panagiotis Katakouzinos, Georgios Ntasis, Christian Zgherea, Efthimia Palatsidi, Nikolaos Vardalachos, Timotheos Liveris-Tzelas, Ioannis Kabitis, University of Derby (UK), Mediterranean College, Greece
P1-13: Concept Mapping Test as a New Diagnostic Tool for the Assessment of Students’ Competences in Science Education, Oxana Korsak, Matthias von Arx, Peter Labudde, Institute for Educational Research and Development, FHNW, Basel, Switzerland
P1-14: Concept Maps and Authentic Tasks for a Meaningful Learning, Gabriella Guaglione, Istituto Comprensivo Falconara Centro, Falconara, Italy
P1-15: Concept Maps as a Means of University Teaching Assistant, Mateo G. Lezcano Brito, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Colombia, Lydia R. Ríos Rodríguez, Universidad de Sancti Spíritus, Yolanda Soler Pellicer, Universidad de Granma, Cuba
P1-16: Concept Maps as a Tool to Make a Scientific Educational Video, in Cooperative Learning, Valentina Paterna, Le Parole della Scienza, Alessio Borelli, Journalist, Italy
P1-17: Concept Maps to Study the Geographic Environment, Sonia Nicusanti & Giuliana Pozzi, Progetto MIUR “Le Parole della Scienza”, Italy
P1-18: Conhecimento Pedagógico da Avaliação de Mapas Conceituais: Competências (Epistemológicas e Metodológicas) na Aprendizagem Significativa | Pedagogical Knowledge from the Assessment of Concept Maps: Competencies (Epistemological and Methodological) in Meaningful Learning, Leandro Fabrício Campelo, Instituto Federal de São Paulo (IFSP), Stela C. Bertholo Piconez, João J. Bignetti Bechara, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Brasil
P1-19: Defining the Notion of Concept Maps 3.0, Jesper Jensen & Lars Johnsen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
P1-10: Development of Concept Maps to Facilitate Thermodynamics Learning Within the Degree in Chemistry, Tomás Peña Ruiz, Amparo Navarro, M. Paz Fernández-Liencres, Francisco Partal Ureña, Beatriz Montes-Berges, Juan Jesús López-González, Manuel Fernández-Gómez, Universidad de Jaén, Jaén, Spain
P1-21: Diseño De Una Radio Estudiantil con Mapas Conceptuales | Design of a Student Radio with Concept Maps, Carlos Araya-Rivera, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica

Posters Session P2: Tuesday Sept 6, 2:30 : 3:30

P2-01: European Project of Scientific Education, Cesarina Mancinelli & Lucilla Mastri, Istituto Comprensivo Falconara Centro, Falconara, Italy
P2-02: Exploración Metodológica para el Diseño e Implementación de un Itinerario Flexible de Aprendizaje Basado en Mapas Conceptuales | Methodological Exploration for the Design and Implementation of a Flexible Learning Itinerary Based on Concept Maps, Josué Antonio Ibarra Rodríguez & Bruno Salvador Hernández Levi, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México
P2-03: Facilitating Curricular Adaptation and Meaningful Learning to Students Affected by Rare Diseases (RD) Using the Software CmapTools, Maider Pérez de Villarreal & Fermín González, Universidad Pública de Navarra, España
P2-04: Investigation of the Effectiveness of the Use of an Advanced Concept Map in the Revision of Previously Taught Content, Toshihiro Onishi, Masaru Taga, Ryukoku University, Japan
P2-05: Iterative Concept Mapping: The Role of Peer Review, Laurie O. Campbell, University of Central Florida, USA
P2-06: Learning from Documents Using Multiple Views Presented as Concept Maps, Ely Kozminsky & Roy Naveh, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
P2-07: Learning Science from Digital Text with Concept Map Design and Internet in Higher Education, Norbert Erdmann & Mirjamaija Mikkilä-Erdmann, University of Turku, Finland
P2-08: Los MC Para Representar los Componentes Conceptuales y Operativos que Caracterizan una Buena Práctica Docente en Educación Infantil | Using Concept Maps to Represent the Conceptual and Operating Components Characterizing Good Teaching Practices in Early Childhood Education,, Ana Mendioroz & Fermín María González, Universidad Pública de Navarra, España
P2-09: Map/UML Out: Convergent Conceptual Constructs, Pia Niemelä, Tampere University of Technology, Jarkko Mylläri, University of Helsinki, Finland
P2-10: Mapas Conceituas: Experências de Avaliação e Auto-Avaliação Na Pós-Graduação | Concept Maps: Assessment and Self-Assessment Experiences in Graduate School, Maria de Fátima Serra Rios, Stela Conceição Bertholo Piconez, USP/SP, Brasil
P2-11: O Uso de Mapas Conceituais na Contextualização do Conceito “Material Didático”: Um Relato de Experiência na Formação Inicial de Professores | The Use of Concept Maps in the Contextualization of the Concept “Didactic Material”: a Report on an Experience during Initial Teacher Training, Ariane Baffa Lourenço & Fernando Cesar Ferreira, Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados, Rafael Cava Mori, Universidade Federal do ABC, Brasil
P2-12: O Uso do Mapa Conceitual na Disciplina Teorias de Ensino e Aprendizagem no Mestrado Nacional Profissional em Ensino De Física | The Use of Concept Maps in the course Teaching and Learning Theories in the National Professional Maters Degree in Physics Training, Conceição Aparecida Soares Mendonça, UFRPE-UAG, Kátia Calligaris Rodrigues, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brasil
P2-13: Orientação de Teses de Mestrado no Ensino Superior e de Trabalhos Monográficos no Ensino Secundário com Recurso a um Registo Dual: Texto e Mapa Conceptual | Supervision of Master’s Thesis in Higher Education and Monographic Works in Secondary Education with the Use of a Dual Record: Text and Concept Map, António Pedro Fonseca, ESDJGFA & Universidade do Porto, Portugal
P2-14: Os Mapas Conceptuais e os Momentos Formais de Avaliação: Um Compromisso para o Ensino Secundário entre uma Tipologia de Avaliação Clássica e a Utilização dos Mapas Conceptuais | Concept Maps and the Formal Assessment Moments: a Commitment to Secondary Education between a Classical Assessment Methodology and the Use of Concept Maps, António Pedro Fonseca, ESDJGFA & Universidade do Porto, Clara Isabel Extremina, Portugal
P2-15: Perspectiva de Género Usando Aprendizaje Significativo en Carreras de Ingeniería | Gender Perspective Using Meaningful Learning in Engineering Programs, Beatriz Dolores Guardian Soto, Iovanna Rodríguez, Jorge Veloz, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México, Fermín M. González, Universidad Pública de Navarra, España
P2-16: Propuesta de Modelo Educativo Usando Aprendizaje Significativo para la Carrera de Ingeniería en Computación IPN, México | Proposal of an Educational Model using Meaningful Learning for the Computer Engineering Program at IPN, Mexico, Jorge Veloz, Iovanna Rodríguez, Efren Veloz, IPN, México, Fermín M. González, Universidad Pública de Navarra, España
P2-17: Scientific Literacy: Fourteen Years of Teaching (2001–2015) with CmapTools, Patrizia Gostoli, Progetto MIUR “Le Parole della Scienza”, Italy
P2-18: Storytelling Ability of Persian-Speaking Children with Concept Map and Story Grammar, Shahla Raghibdust & Elahe Taheri Ghaleno, University of Allameh Tabataba’i, Iran
P2-19: The Influence of Graphical or Textual Representations on Team Concept Map Form: Further Validation of a Measure of Knowledge Structure, Roy B. Clariana, The Pennsylvania State University, USA, Tanja Engelmann, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Michail Kozlov, Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, Germany
P2-20: Verbka: An Approach to Building Causal Concept Maps Based on Verbal Semantics, Dildre G. Vasques, Franciene D. Gomes, Juan F. Galindo J. & Paulo S. Martins, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil
P2-21: World Café Cmaps para la Elicitación y Transferencia de Conocimiento Entre Docentes Universitarios |World Café Cmaps for Elicitation and Knowledge Transfer Between University Teachers, Bárbara de Benito, Alexandra Lizana & Jesús Salinas, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, España