Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology 2019
Editors: Dr. Mack Shelley, Dr. S. Ahmet Kiray
Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology is published annually from theoretical papers invited by editors..
This edition includes 3 sections and 18 papers from the field of Science Education, Mathematics Education and Educational Technology.
All submissions are reviewed by at least two international reviewers.
The purpose of the book is to provide the readers with the opportunity of a scholarly refereed publication in the field of education in mathematics, science and technology.
Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology is published by ISRES Publishing.
Table of Contents
The Secondary - Tertiary Transition in Mathematics: A Multifaceted Issue
Devon Lee Gunter
Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Knowledge of Fractions: How to Learn and How to Teach
Dynamic Math Teaching and Learning: Zones of Math Knowledge Creation Framework
Mathematics Learning and Teaching in an Interdisciplinary Framework Simulating Ancient Academy
Maria Giuseppina Adesso, Roberto Capone, Oriana Fiore, Francesco Saverio Tortoriello
Using GeoGebra for Correction of Incorrect Premises in Geometric Proofs
Jan Frank, Lukáš Honzík
Enhancing Calculus in Undergraduate STEM Education with Bloom’s Taxonomy
Martene L. Stanberry, Wanda R. Payne
Cognitive Theories of Learning on Virtual Science Laboratories
Hasan Ozgur Kapici, Hakan Akcay
Chemical Laboratory Safety: A Neglected Topic in Science Curriculum Design
Argument Based Inquiry Approach Accompanied by Models in Primary Science Teaching
Serpil Kara, Sevgi Kingir
Environmental Education in India: Constructing Environmental Citizens through Narratives of Optimism
Rebecca A. Johns, Rachelle Pontes
10 Challenges for a Future Environmental Education
Fernando Echarri, Víctor Echarri
An Analysis of the Impact of Forest School Provision on Early Years Foundation Stage Outcomes Using CASEY
Graham Arnold, Sara Knight
The Functions of each Discipline in STEM Practices
Rabia Nur Ondes, Engin Kursun, Alper Ciltas
Good Practices Using Digital Technologies in STEM Education with a Focus on Mathematics
Distance Learners’ Expactations and Concerns about Educational Social Software
Incorporating Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities
Augmented Reality and Education
Fatih Serdar Yildirim
From TPaCK to DPaCK – Digitalization in Education Requires more than Technical Knowledge
Johannes Huwer, Thomas Irion, Sebastian Kuntze, Steffen Schaal, Christoph Thyssen