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Title: The Development of a Conceptual Change Based Website to Enhance Science/Math Teachers’ Inquiry Teaching Competence
Authors: Yu, C. C.;Tuan, Hsiao-Lin;Chin, C. C.;Cheng, P. Y.;Lai, C. C.
Contributors: 科學教育研究所
Keywords: Inquiry teaching;Digital learning environment
Date: 2010-06
Issue Date: 2012-11-22T07:47:56Z
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to build up a website which concentrated on
conceptual change and social constructivist learning to enhance science/math teachers
in developing their inquiry teaching competence. Thirty three science/math teachers in
high schools went through the website and filled out the questionnaire, they perceived
positive agreement of the website in enhancing their inquiry teaching competency
(M=3.37, SD=0.86). In the second stage, thirty in-service science/math teachers
enrolled in an inservice teaching course which used the web to learn inquiry teaching.
By the end of the course, they turned in their written feedback about this website. The
Mentoring Assisted Inquiry Teaching [MAIT] questionnaire result in relation to their
perception of the web shows that most participants were satisfied of the operation,
content, interaction and accessibility of the website (M=3.69, SD=0.79).
Relation: 41th Conference ASERA (Australian Science Education Research Association)
Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute of Science Education] Proceedings

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