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Comparing the Structure of Secondary School Students` Perception of the Meaning of `Experiment` in Science and Biology
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Comparing the Structure of Secondary School Students` Perception of the Meaning of `Experiment` in Science and Biology
Lee, Jun-Ki; Shin, Sein; Ha, Minsu;
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 Abstract
Perception of the experiment is one of the most important factors of students` understanding of scientific inquiry and the nature of science. This study examined the perception of middle and high school students of the meaning of `experiment` in the biological sciences. Semantic network analysis (SNA) was especially used to visualize students` perception structure in this study. One hundred and ninety middle school students and 200 high school students participated in this study. Students responded to two questions on the meaning of `experiment` in science and biology. This study constructed four semantic networks based on the collected response. As a result, middle school students about the `experiment` in science are `we`, `direct`, `principle` of such words was aware of the experiments from the center to the active side. The high school students` `theory`, `true`, `information` were recognized as an experiment that explores the process of creating a knowledge center including the word. In addition, middle school students relative to `experiment` of the creature around the `dissection`, `body`, high school students were recognized as `life`, `observation` observation activities dealing with the living organisms and recognized as a core. The results of this study will be used as important evidence in the future to map out an experiment in biological science curriculum.
 Keywords
the meaning of experiment;perception structure;secondary school students;semantic network analysis(SNA);
 Language
Korean
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