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Nousiainen, Maija; Koponen, Ismo T. – European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2017
The concepts of electricity and magnetism in physics are complex and demanding to learn because their meaning builds through several different phenomenological areas. Each of the phenomenological areas adds a certain facet of the meaning of the concept. All standard physics textbooks discuss at least 1) force, 2) energy and work, and 3) electric…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Science Instruction, Science Teachers
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Ogegbo, Ayodele Abosede; Gaigher, Estelle; Salagaram, Trisha – South African Journal of Education, 2019
This study explored teachers' experiences in the teaching of electricity and magnetism during a Lesson Study intervention. Using a case study research design, a sample of 4 physical sciences teachers was conveniently selected from schools in rural and suburban areas. Due to logistical challenges, the 4 participants were grouped into 2 separately…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Energy, Magnets, Science Instruction
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Aydeniz, Mehmet; Cihak, David F.; Graham, Shannon C.; Retinger, Larryn – International Journal of Special Education, 2012
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of inquiry-based science instruction for five elementary students with learning disabilities (LD). Students participated in a series of inquiry-based activities targeting conceptual and application-based understanding of simple electric circuits, conductors and insulators, parallel circuits, and…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Student Attitudes, Science Instruction, Scientific Attitudes