What one cannot infer at this point is whether these belief changes and beliefs about laboratory instruction are enduring or whether some participants are simply more adaptable than others are to the learning environment. More research studies are needed to investigate the effects of laboratory instruction on student beliefs and understanding.Appendix B (Continued) A: Strongly disagree B: Somewhat disagree C: Neutral D : Somewhat agree E: Strongly agree 11. ... If physics and chemistry teachers gave really clear lectures, with plenty of real-life examples and sample problems, then most good students could learn those subjects without doing lots of sample ... Is it better for them to (1) grab opposite ends of the rope and pull (like in tug-of-war), or (2) tie one end of the rope to a wall and both pull on the other end together?
|Title||:||Personal Epistemological Growth in a College Chemistry Laboratory Environment|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|