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Association for the Education of Teachers of Science Annual Meeting

January 2002

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Number of papers: 4

  1. Chemistry Students' Challenges in Using MBL's in Science Laboratories

    Hakan Yavuz Atar

    Understanding students' challenges about using microcomputer based laboratories (MBLs) would provide important data in understanding the appropriateness of using MBLs in high school chemistry... More

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  2. Using a Web-Based Task To Make Prospective Elementary Teachers' Personal Theorizing about Science Teaching Explicit

    Lucy Avraamidou & Carla Zembal-Saul

    In this study, hypermedia technology was used to support prospective elementary teachers in publicly articulating their personal pedagogical theories, revisiting and revising them over time in... More

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  3. Formative Use of Select-and-Fill-In Concept Maps in Online Instruction: Implications for Students of Different Learning Styles

    Charles W. Kaminski

    With the establishment of the Internet and World Wide Web as part of the digital revolution, there has been a trend in which synchronous and asynchronous distance education opportunities have been ... More

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  4. Teaching Science Methods Courses with Web-Enhanced Activities

    Alec M. Bodzin

    Learning science in today's classroom does not have to be restricted to text-based curricular resources. Web sites present learners with a wide range of science activities in various formats... More

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