ERIC Number: ED235007
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: N/A
Annual Science Education Conference (9th, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, September 23, 1983).
Western Australia Science Education Association.
This proceedings contains the texts of 14 science education research studies which were presented at the 1983 Western Australia Science Education Conference. They include: "Students' Understanding of Chemical Equilibrium: A Report of Research in Progress" (Patrick J. Garnett, Mark W. Hackling); "Measuring the Learning Environment in Elementary and Middle Science Classrooms" (Trevor W. Lacy); "The Effect of Inservice Training on Teacher Attitudes and Primary School Science Classroom Climates--An Interim Report" (Pauline Hutchinson); "Why Teach Science?" (Leonie J. Rennie), focusing on primary school science instruction; "Identifying Characteristics of Primary Science Teaching Styles" (L. N. McKenna); "Time Available for Teaching: A Survey in Four West Australian Schools" (M. C. Crosbie); "Primary Science Today" (John D. Rowe); "How Well Do Standard Piagetian Protocols Assess Aboriginal Children's Conservation Behavior?" (David F. Treagust, Ross Hastie); "Enhancing Student Engagement in Upper Primary and Lower Secondary Science Activities" (Kenneth G. Tobin); "Beyond the Keller Plan" (Phillip Jennings), reviewing application of the Keller scheme in college physics; "John Forrest National Park as an Ecological Study Area" (Bill Foulds, Judy Parsons); "Priorities for Computer Education in W.A." (M. J. O'Loughlin, J. Luca); "Techniques for Formative Evaluation of Science Curricula" (Barry J. Fraser); and "Problem Solving in Physics" (John Deacon), examining problem-solving methods and misconceptions found in student answers on the 1979 W.A. Tertiary Admissions Physics Examination. (JN)
Descriptors: Chemical Equilibrium, Classroom Environment, Computer Science Education, Conservation (Concept), Ecology, Elementary School Science, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Formative Evaluation, Inservice Teacher Education, Physics, Problem Solving, Science Curriculum, Science Education, Science Instruction, Secondary School Science, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Styles, Time Factors (Learning), Time on Task
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Researchers; Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Western Australia Science Education Association.
Identifiers - Location: Australia