Investigating Relationship(s) Between Epistemological Beliefs, Argument Quality and Informal Reasoning in the Context of SSI
Uygun, Cansu Başak; Yılmaz Tüzün, Özgül (2022-03-28)
This study focused on investigating the relationship between middle school students’ epistemological beliefs, argument quality and informal reasoning across three different SSI namely space explorations (SPE), genetically modified organisms (GMO) and nuclear power plants (NPP). Correlational design was adopted. Total of 101 students (39 female, 62 male) were constituted the participants. Written arguments were coded based on the Lakatos’ Scientific Research Programmes and SEE-SEP Model. It was found that st...
Investigating 8(th) Grade Students' Perceptions of Constructivist Science Learning Environment
Ozkal, Kudret; Öztekin, Ceren; Çakıroğlu, Jale (2009-07-01)
The present study investigated 8(th) grade students' perceptions of actual and preferred constructivist science learning environments. Data were collected from 1152 students attending public elementary schools in Ankara using the Constructivist Learning Environment survey (CLES). The CLES consists of two forms which are "Actual" and "Preferred". While actual form assesses the current learning environment of the classroom and the preferred form assesses the students' preferences about the learning environmen...
Investigation 17. Co-experiencing a Shared World
Stahl, Gerry; Zhou, Nan; Çakır, Murat Perit; Sarmiento-Klapper, Johann W. (Springer Nature, 2021-01-01)
The (in)secure position of the design jury towards computer generated presentations
Basa, İnci (Elsevier BV, 2005-05-01)
The tendency towards computer aid in design presentations differs in academia than in the practicing field; practice seems to welcome computer aid in presentation, whereas in academia there seems to be a dilemma. In this study, we approach this duality based on our teaching experience within an interior architecture curriculum. First, we unfold the problematic to identify the contributing factors, then we observe the tendencies through a questionnaire with design students and interviews with design instruct...
The eta(c)gamma gamma* transition form factor in the decay eta(c)->gamma l(+)l(-) and in the crossed channels gamma e(-)->eta(c)e(-) and e(+)e(-)->eta(c)gamma
Di Salvo, E; Rekalo, MP; Tomasi-Gustafsson, E (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2000-08-01)
The Dalitz distribution and the effective mass spectrum of the lepton pair produced in the decay eta(c) --> gamma l(+)l(-), as well as the differential cross sections for the crossed channels gamma e(-) --> eta(c)e(-) and e(+)e(-) --> eta(c)gamma, are calculated in terms of the sole electromagnetic transition form factor for the vertex eta(c) --> gamma gamma*, where gamma* is a virtual photon with a space-like (for gamma e(-) --> eta(c)e(-)) or a time-like (for e(+)e(-) --> eta(c)gamma and eta(c) --> gamma ...
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Z. Mennan, Delayed. 1999, p. 73.