Effect of Infographic Instruction to Promote Elementary Students` Use of Scientific Model

Title & Authors
Effect of Infographic Instruction to Promote Elementary Students` Use of Scientific Model
Jung, Jinkyu; Kim, Youngmin;

Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of infographic instruction to promote the use of the scientific model in the `lens` unit of elementary science textbooks. The participants were $\small{6^{th}}$ grade students(n
Keywords
science education;scientific model;scientific modeling;infographic;
Language
Korean
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