Concluding Remarks and Afterthoughts
It is not easy to summarize the discussion that followed the presentations, and I will not try to do it. Anyway I am convinced that a discussion is important and stimulating when you are present to its development, when you listen to an intervention by watching the non-verbal language that accompanies the saying both in the speaker and in the listeners, by being pushed to take the floor by your reaction to what is being said. All these things disappear in a written report.
KeywordsPhysic Education Conceptual Change Learning Problem Disciplinary Knowledge Cognitive Overload
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