Remediation of seventh grade students misconceptions related to ecological concepts through conceptual change approach

Özkan, Özlem


Remediating misconceptions concerning chemical bonding through conceptual change text
Pabuçcu, Aybüke; Geban, Ömer (2006-08-01)
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of conceptual change texts oriented instructionon 9th grade students' understanding of chemical bonding concepts. in this study, the main aim of the preparation of conceptual change texts was to activate students' prior knowledge and misconceptions and to help them to understand the chemical bonding concepts through the use of explanations. analogies and examples. Analogies were used in the conceptual change texts to deal with students' misconceptions mor...
Remedial actions for disassembly lines with stochastic task times
ALTEKİN, FATMA TEVHİDE; Bayındır, Zeynep Pelin; Gumuskaya, Volkan (2016-09-01)
We suggest the incorporation of remedial actions for profit-oriented disassembly lines with stochastic task times. When task times are stochastic, there is a probability that some of the tasks are not completed within the predefined cycle time. For-task incompletions in disassembly lines, pure remedial actions of stopping the line and offline disassembly are proposed along with the hybrid line which is a combination of the two pure remedial actions. The remedial actions have a significant effect on the expe...
Enriching kindergarten learners English by using language portfolio and additional instructional materials
Zorba, Mehmet Galip; Korkmaz, Sezen (2011-01-01)
As there has been an increasing demand on language education in kindergartens, a large number of kindergartens have begun to give English language education so as to meet the demand. However, most of the English teachers working in kindergartens have difficulty in finding right instructional materials appropriate for kindergarten students since there is not an official curriculum for such schools developed by the Ministry of Education. The aim of this qualitative study is two-fold: (1) to reveal the advanta...
The influence of argumentation based instruction onsixth grade students' attitudes toward science, conceptual understandings of physical and chemical change topic and argumentativeness
Oğuz Çakır, Bahriye Zühal; Çapa Aydın, Yeşim; Department of Educational Sciences (2011)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of argumentation based instruction on sixth grade students‟ attitudes toward science, development of conceptual understanding about physical and chemical change topic, and argumentativeness. This study was carried out during 2010-2011 spring semester at a public elementary school in Ankara. A total of 65 sixth grade students from two intact classes were theparticipants of this study. The sample was chosen conveniently. Students in the experimental g...
Reassessing tradeoffs inherent to simultaneous maintenance and production planning
Batun, Sakine (Wiley, 2012-03-01)
Previous work has considered the simultaneous (as opposed to sequential) optimization of a maintenance policy and a production policy in a multi-product setting with random yield and product mix constraints. One of the sequential approaches to which the simultaneous approach is compared is a so-called first-come-first-served (FCFS) approach, i.e., an approach that generates randomized production policies that do not depend on the deterioration state of the machine. However, the model formulation for this ap...
Citation Formats
Ö. Özkan, “Remediation of seventh grade students misconceptions related to ecological concepts through conceptual change approach,” Middle East Technical University, 2001.