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Some Student Misconceptions in Chemistry: A Literature Review of Chemical Bonding
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In this paper some students' misconceptions on chemical bonding reported in the literature were investigated and presented. Expand
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The influence of computer-assisted instruction on students' conceptual understanding of chemical bonding and attitude toward chemistry: A case for Turkey
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In this study, the effect of computer-assisted instruction on conceptual understanding of chemical bonding and attitude toward chemistry was investigated. Expand
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Determination of students' alternative conceptions about chemical equilibrium: a review of research and the case of Turkey
This study aims to determine prospective science student teachers’ alternative conceptions of the chemical equilibrium concept. A 13-item pencil and paper, two-tier multiple choice diagnosticExpand
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STUDENTS DIFFICULTIES IN UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONSERVATION OF MATTER IN OPEN AND CLOSED-SYSTEM CHEMICAL REACTIONS
The law of conservation of matter is a cornerstone in the development and advancement of modern chemistry. With this idea in mind, a test of four items was designed and used to determine students’Expand
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A comparative study of the effects of a concept mapping enhanced laboratory experience on Turkish high school students’ understanding of acid-base chemistry
The research reported here consists of the introduction of an intervention based on a series of laboratory activities combined with concept mapping. The purpose of this intervention was to enhanceExpand
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The effects of conceptual change texts accompanied with animations on overcoming 11th grade students' alternative conceptions of chemical bonding
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This paper aims to determine the effect of conceptual change texts accompanied with computer animations on 11th grade students' understanding and alternative conceptions related to chemical bonding. Expand
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Effect of animation enhanced conceptual change texts on 6th grade students' understanding of the particulate nature of matter and transformation during phase changes
  • Haluk Özmen
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Comput. Educ.
  • 1 August 2011
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In this study, the effect of animation enhanced conceptual change texts (CCT-CA) on grade 6 students' understanding of the particulate nature of matter (PNM) and transformation during the phase changes was investigated. Expand
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The effectiveness of conceptual change texts in remediating high school students’ alternative conceptions concerning chemical equilibrium
This study investigated the effectiveness of conceptual change texts in remediating high school students’ alternative conceptions concerning chemical equilibrium. A quasi-experimental design was usedExpand
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Fen Öğretiminde Öğrenme Teorileri ve Teknoloji Destekli Yapilandirmaci (Constructivist) Öğrenme
Piaget, Bruner, Gagne and Ausubel theories are the most common learning theories in science education. In addition to these, learning cycle approach and constructivism have been advocated by severalExpand
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Determination of the Turkish primary students' views about the particulate nature of matter
This study was conducted to determine 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Turkish primary students’ conceptions about the particulate nature of matter via a test. The test consists of 36 items related to theExpand
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