- Volume 36 Issue 2
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Investigation of Learning Progression for Dissolution and Solution Concepts
용해와 용액 개념에 대한 학습발달과정 조사
- Received : 2016.03.11
- Accepted : 2016.03.28
- Published : 2016.04.30
In this study, we investigated a learning progression focusing on
learning progression;partial credit model;dissolution;solution
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