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The Influence of Pre-service Chemistry Teachers` View of Learning on Their Practice Teaching
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The Influence of Pre-service Chemistry Teachers` View of Learning on Their Practice Teaching
Koh, Eun Jung; Choi, Byung-Soon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study were to analyze characteristics of pre-service chemistry teachers` practice teaching and to investigate the relationship between their practice teaching characteristics and the view of learning. Three pre-service chemistry teachers were selected for this study. Their 9 practice teaching videos that recorded during practice teaching were observed, transcribed, and analyzed. Responses of questionnaires about their view of learning and interviews were transcribed and analyzed. Almost all of the characteristics of pre-service teachers` practice teaching seemed to be reflected in their view of learning. Pre-service teacher K had a lot of constructive view of learning, so comparatively many features of constructivism was presented in practice teaching. Pre-service teacher M had a lot of traditional view of learning, so many traditional features appeared in practice teaching. However, sometimes pre-service teachers` view of learning did not appear to their practice teaching because of several factors. In particular, a few cases that constructive view of learning was not reflected in the practice teaching appeared, especially pre-service teacher H. Factors were the practice school`s conditions and the effects of tutors.
 Keywords
Pre-service science teachers;View of learning;Practice teaching;
 Language
Korean
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