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publié le 31 déc. 2016 à 07:56 par Martin Riopel   [ mis à jour : 24 janv. 2017 à 07:12 ]

Greetings Astronomy Enthusiasts,

Université du Québec à Montréal's Équipe de recherche en éducation scientifique et technologique (EREST) is looking for participants (with or without prior knowledge) in a study that uses learning the constellations and bright stars to create optimal learning sequences. To participate, you simply have to answer three 15-minute round of questions directly on your computer, tablet or phone, each round separated by a pause as long as you wish. Your answers will remain anonymous and will contribute to the advancement of science education research.

To maximize the statistical significance of the results, we are looking for as many participants as possible; your participation is thus very important and will be very appreciated.

To find out more or to begin, simply click on the following link:

If you have questions or comments about our research, please contact us at We invite you to share this invitation with anyone interested, such members of groups, parents, friends, etc.

Thank you for your help advancing science education research!


Martin Riopel, Pierre Chastenay, Patrice Potvin, and Patrick Charland
Members of EREST and professors at Université du Québec à Montréal