English presentations

ROSE presentations

Sjøberg, Svein. (2008, 22 November) Attitudes to science among European and Japanese learners. Presentation at Science Agora, Tokyo, Japan.

Sjøberg, Svein. (2008, 2 October) Young people, science and technology. Attitudes, values, interests and possible recruitment. ERT, Brussels.

Sjøberg, Svein (2007, 12 June) Reaching the minds and hearts of young people: What do we know about their interests, attitudes, values and priorities? What about the interest for space science? International Space Science Institute, Bern.

Sjøberg, Svein. (2005, 8-11 March). Young people and science: Attitudes, values and priorities. Evidence from the ROSE project (pdf). Paper presented at the EU’s Science and Society Forum 2005, Brussels.

Schreiner, Camilla & Sjøberg, Svein. (2004, 25-30 July). In search of Modern ROSEs in a Diverse World (pps). Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

Schreiner, Camilla & Sjøberg, Svein. (2004, 25-30 July). Do modern youth think they can Change the World? Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

Sjøberg, Svein. (2004, 2 April). Science Education: The voice of the learners (pdf). Paper presented at the EU: Increasing Human Resources for Science and Technology in Europe, Brussels.


ROSE participants’ presentations

2009

Trumper, Ricardo. (2009, 28 August). How do learners in developed and developing countries relate to environmental issues? Paper presented at ESERA conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

2004

Alonso, Ángel Vázquez. (2004, 25-30 July). Young Pupils’ Views on the Environmental Challenges from Spanish ROSE Data (pdf). Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

Jidesjö, Anders & Oscarsson, Magnus. (2004, 25-30 July). Students´ attitudes to science and technology. First results from The ROSE-project in Sweden (pdf). Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

Ogawa, Masakata & Shimode, Shoko. (2004, 25-30 July). How Did Japanese Students Respond to the Questionnaires of “The Relevance of Science Education”? (pps). Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

Teppo, Moonika & Rannikmäe, Miia. (2004, 25-30 July). Relevant Science Education in the Eyes of Grade Nine Students (pdf). Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

Trumper, Ricardo. (2004, 25-30 July). Israeli Students’ Interests in Physics and its Relation to their Attitude towards Science and Technology and to their own Science Classes (pdf). Paper presented at the XI IOSTE (International Organization for Science and Technology Education) symposium: Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World, Lublin, Poland.

2003

Juuti, Kalle; Lavonen, Jari; Uitto, Anna; Byman, Reijo & Meisalo, Veijo. (2003). Boys’ and Girls’ Interests in Physics in Different Contexts: A Finnish Survey (pdf). Paper presented at the Annual Symposium of the Finnish Mathematics and Science Education Research Association, Finland.

Uitto, Anna; Juuti, Kalle; Lavonen, Jari & Meisalo, Veijo. (2003). Who is responsible for sustainable development? Attitudes to environmental challenges: A survey of Finnish 9th grade comprehensive school students (pdf). Paper presented at the Annual Symposium of the Finnish Mathematics and Science Education Research Association, Finland.