Corpus ID: 18425003

Science Education as Conceptual Change

@inproceedings{ISTINGUISHING2000ScienceEA,
  title={Science Education as Conceptual Change},
  author={ISTINGUISHING and ELIEF and EVISION FROM and ONCEPTUAL and Hange},
  year={2000}
}
  • ISTINGUISHING, ELIEF, +2 authors Hange
  • Published 2000
  • The respective literature on science and math learning provide many detailed analyses of the alternative conceptual frameworks that students bring to the classroom and of the conceptual changes necessary for students to learn the concepts that are the targets of instruction. Examples range from young students’ understanding of number, astronomy, biology, and matter to the high school and college students’ understanding of mechanics, chemistry, thermal phenomena, or evolution. This paper shows… CONTINUE READING
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