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Drakopoulou M., Skordoulis C., Halkia K., 2004, “History of Science (HOS) integration in 20thcentury Greek Primary School Science Textbooks”, European Education Research Association (EERA), European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Web Proceedings, p. 14, Rethymnon, Crete.


Drakopoulou M., Skordoulis C., Halkia K., 2005, “History of Science in 20th century Greek Science Textbooks of Primary Education”, Proceedings International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Conference, p. 12, Leeds, UK.


Drakopoulou M., 1999, “Primary teachers’ cognitive organizers in classifying natural phenomena- the role of scientific stereotypes“, 8th European Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction- E.A.R.L.I. Conference, Gotenborg, Sweden.


Parkosidis I., Drakopoulou M., Skordoulis C., 2005, Development of Orientation Skills of 6th Grade Primary School Students Using Compass and Map: a Case Study”, EARLI Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.  


Drakopoulou M., Parkosidis I., Skordoulis C., Halkia K., 2007, “Historical analysis of illustrations of scientific instruments in Greek primary school textbooks (1878 -1950)”, Proceedings IOSTE International Conference «Critical Analysis of School Science Textbooks », Tunisia.


Parkosidis I., Skordoulis C., 2005, “Greek Primary School Students’ Knowledge on Scientific Instruments and their History. Implementation of Activities for Developing Spatial Skills”, Proceedings of 8th International History, Philosophy, Sociology & Science Teaching Conference “Teaching and Communicating Science”, Leeds, England, July 15-18.


Parkosidis I., Skordoulis C., 2005,  “Investigation of the existing knowledge and conceptions of Greek 6th grade Primary School students towards Scientific Instruments and their History”, Proceedings of European Science Education Research Association Conference (ESERA) “Contributions of Research to Enhancing Students’ Interest in Learning Science”, Barcelona, Spain, 28/8-1/9.


Parkosidis I., Skordoulis C., 2006, “Pedagogical Aspects of Scientific Instruments”, The International Journal of Learning, 13 (1), 79-87.


Parkosidis I., Skordoulis C., 2007, “Developing spatial skills for middle school students using a modern technology navigational instrument”, The International Journal of Learning, 14 (1), 127-134.


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