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An Investigation of Marine Science Literacy and Misconceptions of Elementary School Students
Marine Science Literacy;Misconception;Students of Elementary Schools
|Issue Date: ||2016-11-10T06:54:50Z
Abstract:This study selected 553 students in 12 public elementary schools in New Taipei City as the subjects to explore their Marine Science Literacy and misconceptions by questionnaire and interviews. The findings of this study are as follows: The average correct rate of Marine Science Literacy questions is 58.75% for all subjects. The correct rate of Marine Science Literacy questions answered by male students is significantly higher than that of female students. The correct rate of Marine Science Literacy questions answered by students in grade sixth is higher than that of students in grade fifth. Among the marine misconception questions, “The melting of sea ice causes sea level rise”, “Treating whale as a kind of fish”, and “Treating corals as some kinds of plant” rank the most frequency. The results of this study can provide suggestions and references for teachers and those who care about ocean, environmental education.
|Relation: ||68, pp.27-50|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育研究所] 期刊論文|
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