Teaching and Learning in the Science Laboratory
Dimitris Psillos (Redaktør)
General Introduction. 1: Approaching Labwork: Frames and Tools. Introduction. Varieties of Labwork: A Way of Profiling Labwork Tasks; R. Millar, et al. Issues and Questions Regarding the Effectiveness of Labwork; D. Psillos, H. Niedderer. Talking Physics in Labwork Contexts: A Category Based Analysis of Videotapes; H. Niedderer, et al. Students' Understanding of the Nature of Science and its Influence on Labwork; J. Leach. 2: Standard Labwork Based on Hands-on Experiments. Introduction. Modelling Activities of Students during a Traditional Labwork; K. Becu-Robinault. Student's Intellectual Activities during Standard Labwork at Undergraduate Level; M. Beney, M.-G. Sere. A Laboratory-Based Teaching Learning Sequence on Fluids: Developing Primary Student Teacher's Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge; P. Kariotoglou. Development and Evaluation of a Laboratory Course in Physics for Medical Students; H. Theyssen, et al. The Biology Textbook as a Source of Ideas about Scientific Knowledge and Experimental Activity; M. Bandiera. 3: Open-Ended Labwork. Introduction. The Role of Epistemological information in open-ended Investigative Labwork; A. Guillon, M.-G. Sere. The Effectiveness of Mini-Projects as a Preparation for Open-Ended Investigations; J. Lewis. Data Interpretation Activities and Student's Views of the Epistemology of Science during a University Earth Sciences Field Study Course; J. Ryder. 4: Labwork and Data Handling. Introduction. The Use of Secondary Data in Teaching about Data Analysis in a First Year Undergraduate Biochemistry Course; J. Leach. An Investigation of Teaching and Learning about Measurement Data and their Treatment in the Introductory Physics Laboratory;D. Evangelinos, et al. 5: Labwork Based on Integrated Use of New Information Technology. Introduction. Enhancing the Linking of Theoretical Knowledge to Physical Phenomena by Real-Time Graphing; G. Bisdikian, D. Psillos. The Link of Theory and Practice in Traditional and in Computer-Based University Laboratory Experiments; L. Hucke, H.E. Fischer. Computer Tools in the Lab: Effects Linking Theory and Experiment; F. Sander, et al. Modelling in Geometrical Optics Using a Microcomputer; C. Buty. Evolution of Student's Reasoning about Micrscopic Processes in Electrostatics under the Influence of Interactive Simulations; Epilogue: Towards Targeted Labwork; M.-G. Sere. Authors. Index.
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