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|Title: ||Investigating Primary and Secondary Students Learning of Physics Concepts in Taiwan|
|Authors: ||Huey-Por Chang;Jun-Yi Chen;Chorng-Jee Guo;Chung-|
Chih Chen;Ching-Yi Chang;Shean-Huei Lin;Wei-Jou Su;Kuen-Der Lain;Shun-Yi Hsu;Jang-Long Lin;Chin-Chang
Chen;Yi-Ting Cheng;Loung-Shyi Wang;Yaw-Teng Tseng
|Keywords: ||Misconception;Physics conception|
|Issue Date: ||2011-03-25T08:03:58Z
|Publisher: ||2007 Taylor & Francis|
|Abstract: ||The purpose of this 4-year research study was to develop paper-and-pencil tests that could be|
administered to a wide range of students in order to establish a database about students’ physics
conceptions from elementary school to high school levels in Taiwan. The students’ misconceptions
of mechanics, electricity and magnetism, heat, sound and wave, and optics were diagnosed.
In the beginning of this study, we extensively reviewed the research literature on related conceptions.
With the use of concept maps and related propositional statements, we also interviewed
some students to find out their conceptual understanding of the selected key concepts. These data
provided sufficient information about students’ thoughts of several concepts. Through a process
of developing two-tier test items, nine versions of physics questionnaires were obtained. More
than 13,000 students were randomly sampled in a national survey. After data analysis, the results
indicated that students’ misconceptions in physics such as the image formed by lenses and mirrors
and the torque and rotational motion were consistent with their ages. However, in some cases,
such as the current in an electric circuit, students’ understandings of concepts did not improve
|Relation: ||International Journal of Science Education, 29(4):465-482|
|Appears in Collections:||[物理學系] 期刊論文|
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