Sensor-Augmented Virtual Labs: Using Physical Interactions with Science Simulations to Promote Understanding of Gas Behavior

@article{Chao2016SensorAugmentedVL,
  title={Sensor-Augmented Virtual Labs: Using Physical Interactions with Science Simulations to Promote Understanding of Gas Behavior},
  author={Jie Chao and Jennifer L. Chiu and Crystal J. DeJaegher and Edward Pan},
  journal={Journal of Science Education and Technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={16-33}
}
Abstract Deep learning of science involves integration of existing knowledge and normative science concepts. Past research demonstrates that combining physical and virtual labs sequentially or side by side can take advantage of the unique affordances each provides for helping students learn science concepts. However, providing simultaneously connected physical and virtual experiences has the potential to promote connections among ideas. This paper explores the effect of augmenting a virtual lab… CONTINUE READING
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