期刊目錄列表 - 58卷(2013) - 【教育科學研究期刊】58(4) 十二月刊

兒童地球形狀概念演化樹之跨年級調查驗證

作者:吳育倫(臺北市立教育大學應用物理暨化學系科學教育組)、林靜雯(國立東華大學課程設計與潛能開發學系暨科學教育研究所)

卷期:58卷第4期
日期:2013年12月
頁碼:133-163
DOI:10.6209/JORIES.2013.58(4).05

摘要:

跨年級研究有助於課程的縱向發展,但卻耗時、費力且難以效化。而藉由電腦建立學生於不同科學主題之最適概念演化樹的「支序分類之概念演化取向」卻可克服上述限制。據此,研究者採用此取向,並以概念改變研究中已被不同學者確認心智模式類型的「地球形狀」為主題,建立了地球形狀概念演化樹之最適假說。本研究則以一、三、五年級共336位學生為研究對象,設計地球形狀概念測驗,藉此獲得學生於各認知特徵比例消長情形,以檢驗地球形狀概念演化樹之最適假說。研究結果顯示,此假說與跨年級調查結果大致相符,且藉由假說與跨年級資料之整合,本研究清楚呈現兒童地球形狀概念發展之全貌,並對支序分類之概念演化取向之可行性提供進一步的支持。

關鍵詞:

支序分類之概念演化取向、地球形狀、概念演化樹、跨年級調查

《詳全文》 檔名

參考文獻:
  1. 牛頓國編本出版有限公司(2012)。國民小學自然與生活科技(第五冊)。臺北市:作者。【MyNewton. (2012). Science and technology (Book 5). Taipei, Taiwan: Author.】
  2. 辛怡瑩、邱美虹(2010)。以概念演化樹探討跨年級學生演化概念之發展。科學教育學刊,18(2),131-153。【Hsin, Y.-Y., & Chiu, M.-H. (2010). Using a conceptual evolution tree to investigate the development of understanding of evolution across grade levels. Chinese Journal of Science Education, 18(2), 131-153.】
  3. 吳育倫(2012)。兒童地球形狀概念演化樹之建立及其跨年級調查之驗證(未出版碩士論文)。臺北市立教育大學,臺北市。【Wu, Y.-L. (2012). Establishment and verification of children’s conceptual evolutionary tree in earth with an across-grade study (Unpublished master’s thesis). Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taipei, Taiwan.】
  4. 邱美虹、吳文龍、鍾曉蘭、李雪碧(2013)。以概念演化樹探討跨年級學生理想氣體心智模式之發展歷程。科學教育學刊,21(2),135-162。【Chiu, M.-H., Wu, W.-L., Chung, S.-L., & Li, H.-P. (2013). Investigating students’ mental models of ideal gas across grade levels via the conceptual evolutionary approach. Chinese Journal of Science Education, 21(2), 135-162.】
  5. 林靜雯(2006)。由概念演化觀點探究不同教科書教-學序列對不同心智模式學生電學學習之影響(未出版博士論文)。國立臺灣師範大學,臺北市。【Lin, J.-W. (2006). Investigating the influences of different teaching-learning sequences in textbooks on students with different mental models of electricity from the perspective of conceptual evolution (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.】
» 展開更多
中文APA引文格式吳育倫、林靜雯(2013)。兒童地球形狀概念演化樹之跨年級調查驗證。教育科學研究期刊58(4),133-163。doi:10.6209/JORIES.2013.58(4).05
APA FormatWu, Y.-L., & Lin, J.-W. (2013). Validating Children’s Conceptual Evolution Tree of Earth in a Cross-Grade Study. Journal of Research in Education Sciences, 58(4), 133-163. doi:10.6209/JORIES.2013.58(4).05

Journal directory listing - Volume 58 (2013) - Journal of Research in Education Sciences【58(4)】December

Validating Children’s Conceptual Evolution Tree of Earth in a Cross-Grade Study

Author: Yu-Lun Wu(Science Education Division, Department of Applied Physics and Chemistry, Taipei Municipal University of Education), Jing-Wen Lin(Graduate Institution of Science Education and Department of Curriculum Design and Human Potentials Development, National Dong Hwa University)

Vol.&No.:Vol. 58, No. 4
Date:December 2013
Pages:133-163
DOI:10.6209/JORIES.2013.58(4).05

Abstract:

Although a cross-grade study is helpful for designing vertical curricula, such studies require substantial time and effort and present validation concerns regarding the research results. However, a cladistic approach in conceptual evolution could be used to construct a best-fit conceptual evolution tree regarding various science topics by using a computer to overcome these limitations. Therefore, we adopted this approach and used Earth as the topic to build a best-fit conceptual evolution tree of Earth. The purpose of this study is to verify a prediction of children’s conceptual evolution trees of Earth in a cross-grade study and to validate this novel approach. We adopted a diagnostic test to investigate 336 students who attended Grades one, three, and five, to obtain the percentages of various cognitive characteristics and statuses of students in different grades. The results indicated that the prediction of the best-fit conceptual evolution tree of Earth closely fit the empirical data of the cross-grade study. The results showed that children’s conceptual evolution trees represent the development of their concepts of Earth clearly and that the feasibility of using a cladistic approach in conceptual evolution is supported. The results can aid researchers of science education in understanding the development of children’s conceptions.

Keywords:

cladistic approach in conceptual evolution, the shape of Earth, conceptual evolution tree, cross-grade study