MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS

Risultato della ricerca: Chapter

Abstract

This paper presents some preliminary results of a research aimed at portraying individual models of description/explanation of electrical conduction in metals shown by physics prospective teachers and at studying how a specifically designed pedagogical environment can support an adequate evolution of their knowledge and disciplinary competencies. A teaching/learning sequence (TLS) on the subject matter, making use of custom Information Technology tools, aimed at facilitating and scaffolding learning, is shortly described. Some relevant points of the research pilot phases, like the analysis of prospective teachers’ spontaneous models of electrical conduction, the identification of significant correlations between microscopic and macroscopic aspects of knowledge, and the study of the improvement that a pedagogical environment based on experimental and modelling activities can give to prospective teachers’ model building abilities are discussed, in the light of specific research questions.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospitePhysics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference
Pagine18-34
Numero di pagine17
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2010

Fingerprint

teacher
student
learning
physics
information technology
ability
Teaching

Cita questo

Mineo, R. M., Fazio, C., & Guastella, I. (2010). MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS. In Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference (pagg. 18-34)

MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS. / Mineo, Rosa Maria; Fazio, Claudio; Guastella, Ivan.

Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference. 2010. pag. 18-34.

Risultato della ricerca: Chapter

Mineo, RM, Fazio, C & Guastella, I 2010, MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS. in Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference. pagg. 18-34.
Mineo RM, Fazio C, Guastella I. MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS. In Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference. 2010. pag. 18-34
Mineo, Rosa Maria ; Fazio, Claudio ; Guastella, Ivan. / MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS. Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference. 2010. pagg. 18-34
@inbook{9055d020dc8c46f6bab8b46f81349f30,
title = "MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS",
abstract = "This paper presents some preliminary results of a research aimed at portraying individual models of description/explanation of electrical conduction in metals shown by physics prospective teachers and at studying how a specifically designed pedagogical environment can support an adequate evolution of their knowledge and disciplinary competencies. A teaching/learning sequence (TLS) on the subject matter, making use of custom Information Technology tools, aimed at facilitating and scaffolding learning, is shortly described. Some relevant points of the research pilot phases, like the analysis of prospective teachers’ spontaneous models of electrical conduction, the identification of significant correlations between microscopic and macroscopic aspects of knowledge, and the study of the improvement that a pedagogical environment based on experimental and modelling activities can give to prospective teachers’ model building abilities are discussed, in the light of specific research questions.",
keywords = "Electric conduction, Student knowledge",
author = "Mineo, {Rosa Maria} and Claudio Fazio and Ivan Guastella",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-1-4461-6219-4",
pages = "18--34",
booktitle = "Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference",

}

TY - CHAP

T1 - MICROSCOPIC AND MACROSCOPIC ASPECTS OF STUDENT KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRIC CONDUCTION IN METALS

AU - Mineo, Rosa Maria

AU - Fazio, Claudio

AU - Guastella, Ivan

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - This paper presents some preliminary results of a research aimed at portraying individual models of description/explanation of electrical conduction in metals shown by physics prospective teachers and at studying how a specifically designed pedagogical environment can support an adequate evolution of their knowledge and disciplinary competencies. A teaching/learning sequence (TLS) on the subject matter, making use of custom Information Technology tools, aimed at facilitating and scaffolding learning, is shortly described. Some relevant points of the research pilot phases, like the analysis of prospective teachers’ spontaneous models of electrical conduction, the identification of significant correlations between microscopic and macroscopic aspects of knowledge, and the study of the improvement that a pedagogical environment based on experimental and modelling activities can give to prospective teachers’ model building abilities are discussed, in the light of specific research questions.

AB - This paper presents some preliminary results of a research aimed at portraying individual models of description/explanation of electrical conduction in metals shown by physics prospective teachers and at studying how a specifically designed pedagogical environment can support an adequate evolution of their knowledge and disciplinary competencies. A teaching/learning sequence (TLS) on the subject matter, making use of custom Information Technology tools, aimed at facilitating and scaffolding learning, is shortly described. Some relevant points of the research pilot phases, like the analysis of prospective teachers’ spontaneous models of electrical conduction, the identification of significant correlations between microscopic and macroscopic aspects of knowledge, and the study of the improvement that a pedagogical environment based on experimental and modelling activities can give to prospective teachers’ model building abilities are discussed, in the light of specific research questions.

KW - Electric conduction

KW - Student knowledge

UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10447/50774

M3 - Chapter

SN - 978-1-4461-6219-4

SP - 18

EP - 34

BT - Physics Community and Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference

ER -