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The Elementary School Teachers' Thoughts of the Classification Criteria for Evaporation and Boiling Concept in the Heating and Non- Heating Conditions
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The Elementary School Teachers' Thoughts of the Classification Criteria for Evaporation and Boiling Concept in the Heating and Non- Heating Conditions
Paik, Seoung-Hey; Kim, Yang Ah;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to survey the elementary school teachers` thoughts of the classification criteria for evaporation and boiling concept in the heating and non-heating conditions. For this purpose, we conducted a survey and interviews with 37 elementary school teachers. When the heating conditions were presented, many teachers thought evaporation phenomena as boiling. In opposite condition, many teachers thought boiling phenomena as evaporation. This means that teachers‘ thought of boiling phenomena was connected with heating conditions and evaporation phenomena with non-heating conditions. In addition, the classification criteria to distinguish evaporation and boiling phenomena depending on the heating and non-heating conditions were not coherent. In this study, we suggested that a various cases beyond the typical case must be presented in the textbooks and teaching in order to avoid confusion of thoughts related to evaporation and boiling concepts.
 Keywords
Evaporation;Boiling;Heating situation;No heating situation;Elementary school teacher;
 Language
Korean
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