Eye Tracking in Science Education Research

Online meeting Education Eye tracking Cognitive development

Pre eye-tracking SIG meeting at ESRA






Eye tracking has become increasingly popular in educational research in the last decade. It enhances the study of information extraction and cognitive processes and is therefore an irreplaceable tool in science education research. The TU Kaiserslautern and the Charles University in Prague are hosting this online meeting, which focuses on projects and studies that use eye tracking to elevate science education research. As a long-ranging goal, the meeting aims to establish a Special Interest Group (SIG) focusing on eye tracking at the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA).

Apart from your participation, the organizers welcome oral contributions of completed eye-tracking research projects and work-in-progress projects as well as poster contributions from all science-education disciplines. Submission is open until March 7.

Information about the meeting agenda and how you can register and participate with your work is found on the conference webpage.

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