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Espinosa, Allen A.; Marasigan, Arlyne C.; Datukan, Janir T. – Teaching Science, 2016
This study explored how students visualise the states and classifications of matter with the use of scientific models. Misconceptions of students in using scientific models were also identified to formulate a teaching framework. To elicit data in the study, a Visual Conception Questionnaire was administered to thirty-four (34), firstyear, general…
Descriptors: Teaching Models, Foreign Countries, Misconceptions, Scientific Concepts
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Alagumalai, Sivakumar – Teaching Science, 2015
Thinking scientifically consists of systematic observation, experiment, measurement, and the testing and modification of research questions. In effect, science is about measurement and the understanding of causation. Measurement is an integral part of science and engineering, and has pertinent implications for the human sciences. No measurement is…
Descriptors: Science Education, Error of Measurement, Observation, Scientific Concepts