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The Development and Validation of Instructional Strategies Using the Advanced Laboratory Equipment(ALE) in Science High School Chemistry Classrooms: A Focus of UV-Visible and IR Spectrophotometer
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The Development and Validation of Instructional Strategies Using the Advanced Laboratory Equipment(ALE) in Science High School Chemistry Classrooms: A Focus of UV-Visible and IR Spectrophotometer
Jeon, Kyunghee; Park, Dahye; Jang, Nakhan; Park, Jongwook; Park, Jongseok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to find out the validation of instructional strategies using the Advanced Laboratory Equipment (ALE class) by investigating science high school students’ perception on ALE in chemistry classrooms and to consider the need for development of teaching materials on ALE class. 7 sessions of ALE including experiments with innovative equipment were developed and applied to 21 students in D Science High School. At the end of the sessions, questionnaire was given to the students. We also collected qualitative data by interviewing 9 students who participated in the questionnaire. We analyzed the data collected by In-depth interviews and students’ experimental reports. The result showed that ALE class was effective to enhance students’ understanding of learning concepts because the experimental time was shortened in real time data processing. Some students showed creative performance on solving scientific problems by using everyday materials in experimental process and developed perceptions of practical inquiry. Through this process, students’ positive attitudes and interests in science and heuristic inquiry skills were also enhanced. Developing ALE lesson materials will be helpful for students to understand science and technology and the domain of science in broader contexts.
 Keywords
ALE lesson;Advanced laboratory equipment(ALE);Scientific Inquiry;Science education;Spectrophotometer;
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Korean
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