@MarinaStojanovska

Dr. Marina Stojanovska

Expertise in practical work (labs), supporting learners (prior knowledge gaps), pedagogical theoretical issues (eg. learning outcomes, learning models)

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About Marina Stojanovska

Affiliation: Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, "Ss Cyril and Methodius" University, Skopje, Macedonia 

Marina Stojanovska is an assistant professor at the “Ss Cyril and Methodius” University, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Skopje. She works in the field of chemistry teacher education and researches in the methodology of chemistry teaching. Her fields of interest are teaching of practical work (laboratory experiments/demonstrations), students’ beliefs and alternative conceptions and teaching/learning methods.

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Relevant publications about university teaching and learning

  • O. Zajkov, S. Topuzovski, B. Mitreski, M. Stojanovska, K. Rusevska, (2010) INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING IN TEACHING SCIENCE SUBJECTS, Skopje.
  • V.M. Petruševski, M. Stojanovska, B. Šoptrajanov, (2007) OSCILLATING REACTIONS: TWO ANALOGIES, The Science Education Review 6(2), 68−73.
  • M. Stojanovska, V.M. Petruševski, B. Šoptrajanov, (2012) THE CONCEPT OF SUBLIMATION – IODINE AS AN EXAMPLE, Educatión Quimica 23(núm. extraord. 1), 171–3ª F.
  • M.I. Stojanovska, V.M. Petruševski, B.T. Šoptrajanov, (2012) ON THE EXISTENCE OF HYDROGEN SALTS OF MONOPROTIC ACIDS, Journal of Chemical Education 89(9), 1168–1170. 
  • M.I. Stojanovska, B.T. Šoptrajanov, V.M. Petruševski, (2012) ADDRESSING MIS-CONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE PARTICULATE NATURE OF MATTER AMONG SECONDARY-SCHOOL AND HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA, Creative Education 3(5), 619–631.
  • M.I. Stojanovska, V.M. Petruševski, B.T. Šoptrajanov, (2012) ADDRESSING STUDENTS’ MISCONCEPTIONS CONCERNING CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATIONS, Chemistry: Bulgarian Journal of Science Education 21, 829–852.

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