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Velentzas A., Halkia K., Skordoulis C.: 2005, Thought experiments in the theory of relativity and in quantum mechanics: Their presence in textbooks and in popular science books. Science & Education:


Velentzas A., Halkia K., Skordoulis C., 2005, Thought Experiments in the Theory of Relativity and in Quantum Mechanics: Their Presence in Textbooks and in Popular Science Books.  e- Proceedings of the Eighth International History, Philosophy, Sociology & Science Teaching Conference "Teaching and Communicating Science", Leeds, England, July 15-18, 2005


Velentzas A., Halkia K., Skordoulis C.: 2005, Thought experiments in physics theories of the 20th century: A tool for popularization and teaching in secondary education. e-Proceedings of the ESERA 2005 conference, Barcelona, Spain, 28 August - 1 September, 2005 


Velentzas A., Halkia K., Skordoulis C.: 2007, The use of thought experiments in Greek physics textbooks in the field of Newtonian mechanics. e- Proceedings of the International meeting IOSTE on critical analysis of school science textbooks., Hammamet, Tunisia 7-10 February 2007.


K. Dimitriadi & K. Halkia, "Difficulties in representing microscopic phenomena on the Internet: The case of Brownian Motion", 6th International Conference On Computer Based Learning in Science (CBLIS), proceedings vol. I p. 1077-1086, Cyprus, 5-10 July 2003.


Dimitriadi, Κ.,  Halkia, κ. & Skordoulis, Κ., “Prerequisites for the Conceptual Change of Key Concepts Essential for the Teaching of the Theory of Special Relativity”, EARLI 4th European Symposium “Conceptual Change: Philosophical, Historical, Psychological and Educational Approaches”, pp.207-209, Delphi, Greece, May 19-23, 2004.


Dimitriadi, Κ.,  Halkia, κ. & Skordoulis, Κ., “Basic Concepts of Special Theory of Relativity in Secondary Education: Do Students understand them?”, e-proceedings of the ESERA Conference, “Contributions of Research to Enhancing Students Interest in Learning Science”, Barcelona, 28 August-1 September, 2005.




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