Teaching and Learning in the Science Laboratory

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-1018-7 (Print) 978-0-306-48196-3 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. General Introduction

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      General Introduction

  2. Approaching Labwork: Frames and Tools

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      Pages 7-8

      Introduction

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      Pages 9-20

      Varieties of Labwork: A Way of Profiling Labwork Tasks

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      Pages 21-30

      Issues and Questions Regarding the Effectiveness of Labwork

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      Pages 31-40

      Talking Physics in Labwork Contexts - A Category Based Analysis of Videotapes

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      Pages 41-48

      Students’ Understanding of the Nature of Science and its Influence on Labwork

  3. Standard Labwork Based on Hands-on Experiments

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      Pages 49-50

      Introduction

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      Pages 51-64

      Modelling Activities of Students During a Traditional Labwork

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      Pages 65-78

      Students’ Intellectual Activities During Standard Labwork at Undergraduate Level

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      Pages 79-90

      A Laboratory-based Teaching Learning Sequence on Fluids: Developing Primary Student Teachers’ Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge

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      Pages 91-104

      Development and Evaluation of a Laboratory Course in Physics for Medical Students

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      Pages 105-118

      The Biology Textbook as a Source of Ideas about Scientific Knowledge and Experimental Activity

  4. Open-Ended Labwork

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      Pages 119-120

      Introduction

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      Pages 121-138

      The Role of Epistemological Information in Open-ended Investigative Labwork

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      Pages 139-150

      The Effectiveness of Mini-projects as a Preparation for Open-ended Investigations

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      Pages 151-162

      Data Interpretation Activities and Students’ Views of the Epistemology of Science during a University Earth Sciences Field Study Course

  5. Labwork and Data Handling

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      Pages 163-163

      Introduction

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      Pages 165-178

      The Use of Secondary Data in Teaching about Data Analysis in a First Year Undergraduate Biochemistry Course

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      Pages 179-190

      An Investigation of Teaching and Learning about Measurement Data and their Treatment in the Introductory Physics Laboratory

  6. Labwork Based on Integrated Use of New Information Technology

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      Pages 191-192

      Introduction

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