Use of classroom environment perceptions in evaluating inquiry-based computer-assisted learning
Maor, D. and Fraser, B. (1996) Use of classroom environment perceptions in evaluating inquiry-based computer-assisted learning. International Journal of Science Education, 18 (4). pp. 401-421.
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This paper examines the perceptions held by 120 students and seven teachers of the learning environment in their inquiry‐based computer classrooms. The subjects responded to a classroom environment instrument before and after using a computerized database which has the potential for promoting inquiry skills. Generally, there was an increase in student‐perceived investigation and open‐endedness. Although teachers’ and students’ perceptions showed a similar trend, teachers’ perceptions generally were more positive than those of the students.
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|Copyright:||1996 Taylor & Francis Ltd.|
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