Poster sessions will be held via digital posters (ePoster) on the official website. Please download the PowerPoint template from the official website and create your poster. When editing the template, the position and content of the headings can be changed freely. Submitted posters will be uploaded in PDF format and can be enlarged with high-quality images on a web-browser. All participants can discuss using the comment form set up beside the poster pdf file. There will be no core time for the poster session, but you can discuss with the presenters using the free online communication space (Spatial Chat) .

Posters created with PowerPoint should be submitted by the deadline (31st July) to the following e-mail address, either as a direct attachment to the e-mail or, if the file size is large, by using a file transfer service.

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How many students disbelieve in plate tectonics, who are majoring in the Training Program for Elementary School Teachers as undergraduate

S. Tojo


What should science education learn from the heavy rain

in July in Japan and what sould be improved?

-Relationship between science education and heavy rain disasters-

Hiroyuki Yamashita


Reusing a notebook as an occasion to raise

awareness about sustainability in a democratic way

Th. N. Korou


Rock identification practice using a rock garden and rock teaching materials

Naoko Domon,

Yukiko Ohtomo


Rock gardens in elementary and junior high school in Japan: evaluation of the current status and examples of utilization

Yukiko ​Ohtomo


Preparation of Rock Thin Sections and Polarized Light Observation in A Middle School class

Yuichi Naoki and Yoshio Okamoto


Development and Practices of Geoscience STEAM /SDGs Teaching Materials Utilising the Geology and Culture of Japan; Examples of Teaching Materials for Schools and Museums

Tomohiro Takebayashi, Yoshisuke Kumano