Géraldine fauville
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ICT tools in environmental education: reviewing two newcomers to schools
G Fauville, A Lantz-Andersson, R Säljö
Environmental Education Research 20 (2), 248-283, 2014
682014
Can Facebook be used to increase scientific literacy? A case study of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Facebook page and ocean literacy
G Fauville, S Dupont, S von Thun, J Lundin
Computer & Education 82, 2014
582014
Development of the International Ocean Literacy Survey: measuring knowledge across the world.
G Fauville, C Strang, MA Cannady, YF Chen
Environmental Education Research 25 (2), 238-263, 2019
482019
Ocean literacy for all: A toolkit
F Santoro, S Selvaggia, G Scowcroft, G Fauville, P Tuddenham
UNESCO Publishing, 2017
412017
Impact of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems: educational challenges and innovations
G Fauville, R Säljö, S Dupont
Marine Biology 160 (8), 1863-1874, 2013
362013
Nerve cells of Xenoturbella bocki (phylum uncertain) and Harrimania kupfferi (Enteropneusta) are positively immunoreactive to antibodies raised against echinoderm neuropeptides
T Stach, S Dupont, O Israelson, G Fauville, H Nakano, T Kånneby, ...
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 85 (6 …, 2005
322005
Using collective intelligence to identify barriers to teaching 12–19 year olds about the ocean in Europe
G Fauville, P McHugh, C Domegan, Å Mäkitalo, LF Møller, ...
Marine Policy 91, 85-96, 2018
232018
Questions as indicators of ocean literacy: students’ online asynchronous discussion with a marine scientist
G Fauville
International Journal of Science Education 39 (16), 2151-2170, 2017
192017
Ocean literacy as a key toward sustainable development and ocean governance
S Dupont, G Fauville
Handbook on the economics and management of sustainable oceans, 2017
192017
The carbon footprint as a mediating tool in students’ online reasoning about climate change
G Fauville, A Lantz-Andersson, Å Mäkitalo, S Dupont, R Säljö
Learning across contexts in the knowledge society, 179-201, 2016
162016
Nonverbal Mechanisms Predict Zoom Fatigue and Explain Why Women Experience Higher Levels than Men
G Fauville, M Luo, AC Muller Queiroz, JN Bailenson, J Hancock
Available at SSRN 3820035, 2021
152021
Virtual reality as a promising tool to promote climate change awareness
G Fauville, ACM Queiroz, JN Bailenson
Technology and Health, 91-108, 2020
152020
Zoom Exhaustion & Fatigue Scale
G Fauville, M Luo, ACM Queiroz, JN Bailenson, H Jeffrey
Computers in Human Behavior Reports 4, 100119, 2021
142021
Zoom Exhaustion & Fatigue Scale
G Fauville, M Luo, AC Muller Queiroz, JN Bailenson, J Hancock
Available at SSRN 3786329, 2021
142021
The European marine science educators association (EMSEA): Towards a more ocean literate Europe
E In
current THE JOURNAL OF MARINE EDUCATION 28 (2), 2012
132012
Digital technologies as support for learning about the marine environment: Steps toward ocean literacy
G Fauville
112017
Ocean Literacy for all–a Toolkit. IOC
F Santoro, S Santin, G Scowcroft, G Fauville, P Tuddenham
UNESCO and UNESCO Venice Office,(Paris, IOC Manuals and Guides 80), 2017
112017
Virtual ocean acidification laboratory as an efficient educational tool to address climate change issues
G Fauville, J Hodin, S Dupont, P Miller, J Haws, M Thorndyke, D Epel
The economic, social and political elements of climate change, 825-836, 2011
92011
Participatory research on using virtual reality to teach ocean acidification: a study in the marine education community
G Fauville, ACM Queiroz, L Hambrick, BA Brown, JN Bailenson
Environmental education research 27 (2), 254-278, 2021
82021
Review of marine formal education
K Donert, G Fauville, S Gotensparre, Å Mäkitalo, L Van Medegael, ...
EU Sea Change Project, 2015
82015
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