Book Volume 156 1996

Microcomputer–Based Labs: Educational Research and Standards

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ISBN: 978-3-540-61558-3 (Print) 978-3-642-61189-6 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIV

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-10

      Introdution

  3. Overview

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      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-49

      From Separation to Partnership in Science Education: Students, Laboratories, and the Curriculum

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      Pages 51-71

      Trends and Techniques in Computer-Based Educational Simulations: Applications to MBL Design

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      Pages 73-85

      MBL, MML and the Science Curriculum—Are We Ready for Implementation?

  4. Research

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 87-87

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      Pages 89-114

      Using Large-Scale Classroom Research to Study Student Conceptual Learning in Mechanics and to Develop New Approaches to Learning

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      Pages 115-128

      A New Mechanics Case Study: Using Collisions to Learn about Newton’s Third Law

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      Pages 129-146

      Teaching Electric Circuit Concepts Using Microcomputer-Based Current/Voltage Probes

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      Pages 147-163

      Learning and Teaching Motion: MBL Approaches

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      Pages 165-175

      A Study of Pupils’ Skills of Graphical Interpretation with Reference to the Use of Data-Logging Techniques

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      Pages 177-205

      On Ways of Symbolizing: The Case of Laura and the Velocity Sign

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      Pages 207-223

      Microcomputer-Based Laboratories in Inquiry-Based Science Education—An Implementation Perspective

  5. MBL and Learning

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 225-225

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      Pages 227-238

      Computer Modelling for the Young—and Not So Young—Scientist

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      Pages 239-245

      Computer Applications in Physics: The Integration of Information Technology in the Physics Curriculum

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      Pages 247-257

      Global Lab: From Classroom Labs to Real-World Research Labs

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      Pages 259-270

      Dynamic Physical Representation of Real Experiments

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      Pages 271-279

      Changing Misconceptions Through MBL—A Concept for Lab-Sessions

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      Pages 281-290

      Teaching Mechanics Through Interactive Video and a Microcomputer-Based Laboratory

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      Pages 291-294

      Wanting to Know: Interactive Video Providing the Context for Microcomputer-Based Laboratories

  6. Hardware and Software Systems

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 295-295

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      Pages 297-323

      The Development of a Communication Protocol for School Science Laboratory Equipment

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      Pages 325-332

      Software: Integration, Collaboration, Standards, Progress

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