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Rau, Martina A.; Zahn, Miranda; Misback, Edward; Herder, Tiffany; Burstyn, Judith – Grantee Submission, 2021
Background: A key aspect of STEM learning is the use of visual representations for problem solving. To successfully use visuals, students need to make sense of how they show concepts and to fluently perceive domain-relevant information in them. Adding support for sense making and perceptual fluency to problem-solving activities enhances students'…
Descriptors: Chemistry, College Science, Undergraduate Students, Problem Solving
Chin, Doris B.; Chi, Min; Schwartz, Daniel L. – Grantee Submission, 2016
A common approach for introducing students to a new science concept is to present them with multiple cases of the phenomenon and ask them to explore. The expectation is that students will naturally take advantage of the multiple cases to support their learning and seek an underlying principle for the phenomenon. However, the success of such tasks…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Comparative Analysis, Middle School Students, Motion
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Putri Dwi Agustiningrum; Wirawan Fadly; Primus Demboh – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
This research aims to develop ECARsites, an online site designed to support data-related activities in science learning and to facilitate the implementation of data, computational thinking (CT), and self-directed learning (SRL) practices in a more contextualized and relevant way for students. The approach used design-based research (DBR) methods,…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, Science Teachers, Middle School Students, Faculty Development
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Yudi Kurniawan; Andi Suhandi; Achmad Samsudin; Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
This article provides a detailed analysis of the various methods used in physics classrooms to teach oscillation and its related concepts. We thoroughly searched reputable databases, including Scopus and Web of Science. We analyzed 50 articles published between 2018 and 2023 using content analysis techniques such as elimination, classification,…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Foreign Countries, Physics, Science Instruction
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Alfi Mufidah; Wirawan Fadly; Juan David Martinez Zayas – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
Communication skills require students to be able to manage, understand, develop, and create orally and in writing. Teaching methods that generally use conventional models of learning activities that are not formed in groups cause students' science communication skills to be lacking, so learning activities are more teacher-centered. This learning…
Descriptors: Junior High School Students, Communication Skills, Grade 8, Sciences
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Cuneyd Celik; Güliz Aydin – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
The purpose of the current study is to reveal the reflections of the Köycegiz Wastewater Treatment Plant (WTP) field trip planned within the context of the unit "Domestic Waste and Recycling" and the activities carried out concerning this trip on middle school students in Turkey. This research was conducted based on the semi-mixed method…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Field Trips, Sanitation, Middle School Students
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Meryem Konu Kadirhanogullari – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
This study aims to examine the studies on computer-assisted teaching in science teaching in terms of different variables with bibliometric analysis. Scopus database was used to collect the data. The phrase "science education and computer-assisted teaching" was written in Scopus on 11_07_2023, and 1232 publications were found. Since not…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Science Education, Bibliometrics, Computer Use
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Zeynep Baskan Takaoglu – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
Multiple representations are widely recognized for their significant role in concept learning. This study aimed to investigate the multiple representation translation skills of high school students at different grade levels about the concept of one-dimensional motion. 239 9th, 10th, and 11th-grade students participated in the study using a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, Thinking Skills, Learning Strategies
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Abdurrahman Sefali; Bilge Öztürk – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
This study aims to help students learn cytoplasmic flow movement by using "Egeria densa" as a model. The study was conducted with six prospective science teachers studying at Bayburt University's Faculty of Education Science Teaching Undergraduate Program. As a data collection tool, a form containing questions to obtain prospective…
Descriptors: Cytology, Science Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teachers
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Arnie Novianti Zulkarnain; Eka Cahya Prima; Nanang Winarno; Bevo Wahono – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
Students believed physics was one of the most challenging sciences in education, and their interest in learning physics was lacking. Therefore, this study aims to enhance students' understanding and creativity in the STEAM learning system on electricity by creating a project (Paper Circuit) using the students' creativity at the junior high school…
Descriptors: Electronic Equipment, Paper (Material), STEM Education, Creativity
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Mariah Syifa Salsabila; Yayan Sanjaya; Eliyawati Eliyawati; Witsanu Suttiwan – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
The research on the ability to think in systems in education is also minimal, which is why the ability to think in systems in Indonesia has not been optimally trained. Dealing with a system's complexity can be challenging at any age, particularly for students who must apply the system's cognitive capabilities during the learning process. Systems…
Descriptors: Junior High School Students, Water Pollution, Conservation (Environment), Foreign Countries
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Ariesta Albriyanti; Ruqiah Ganda Putri Panjaitan; Hayatul Fajri; Dai Yixuan – Journal of Science Learning, 2024
Learning media is a tool that makes it easier for educators to convey material to students effectively and efficiently to improve the quality of learning. Biology subjects in the essential enzymes and cell metabolism competencies require precision and accuracy, so appropriate learning media are needed. Booklets are a medium that can make it easier…
Descriptors: Science Education, Educational Technology, Biochemistry, Cytology
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Ayaydin, Yakup; Sesen, Burçin Acar; Erdogan, Sezen Camci; Ün, Duygu; Özçiris, Hakan – Journal of Science Learning, 2023
This study investigates the effect of out-of-school activities on gifted students' affective and behavioral tendencies. Mixed method research with a single group pre and post-test experimental design was used in this study. Twenty-five gifted students from Turkey-Istanbul participated in this study. "Environmental Affect Scale" and…
Descriptors: Gifted, Academically Gifted, After School Programs, Learning Activities
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Ok, Merve; Yenikalayci, Nisa; Harman, Gonca – Journal of Science Learning, 2023
Healthy nutrition is essential in preventing possible diseases and treating existing diseases by controlling their course. Based on this importance, adolescence is one of the periods to be considered. Adolescence is a fundamental determinant of healthy life in adulthood and old age. Healthy nutrition awareness gained in this period will raise…
Descriptors: Nutrition Instruction, Early Adolescents, Middle School Students, Knowledge Level
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Rusdi; Ristanto, Rizhal Hendi; Prabowo, Gabriellia Oktaviani; Sarwono, Edi – Journal of Science Learning, 2023
Biology learning in the 21st century makes students understand concepts, including excretory system learning. Selfregulated learning is how students learn independently, with digital literacy skills, which should be maintained as students must control their use of technology and information in learning. This research aimed to analyze the…
Descriptors: Independent Study, Digital Literacy, Scientific Concepts, Human Body
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