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Visualization : theory and practice in science education

Author: John Gilbert; Miriam Reiner; Mary Bird Nakhleh
Publisher: [New York] : Springer, ©2008.
Series: Models and modeling in science education, v. 3.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

External representations (pictures, diagrams, graphs, concrete models) have always been valuable tools for the science teacher. This book brings together the insights of practicing scientists,  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
[New York] : Springer, ©2008
(DLC) 2007936483
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Gilbert; Miriam Reiner; Mary Bird Nakhleh
ISBN: 9781402052668 1402052669
OCLC Number: 457248332
Notes: Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 8 juillet 2009).
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction (John Gilbert, Miriam Reiner, Mary Nakhleh) Chapter 1. Visualization: An emergent interdisciplinary field of practice and enquiry in science educationJohn Gilbert Section A: The nature and development of visualization: a review of what is known Preface (Miriam Reiner) Chapter 2. The `ins' and `outs' of learning: Internal representations and external visualizationsDavid Rapp and Christopher Kurby Chapter 3. Understanding visualizations: A developmental approach with implications for science educationDavid Uttal Chapter 4. See through touch: The role of haptic information in visualizationMiriam Reiner Section B: The design of units and courses focused on visualization Preface (Mary Nakhleh) Chapter 5. Using external visualizations to extend and integrate learning in mobile and classroom settingsYvonne Rogers Chapter 6. Visualizing the molecular world: The design, evaluation and use of animationsRoy Tasker and Rebecca Dalton Chapter 7. Moon pie in the sky?: Engineering instructional metaphors within virtual environmentsDebbie Reese Chapter 8. Teaching chemistry with and without external representations in a professional environment with limited resourcesLiliana Mammino Section C: Learning with external representations Preface. (John Gilbert) Chapter 9. The educational value of multi-representations when learning complex scientific conceptsShaaron Ainsworth Chapter 10. Learning chemistry using multiple external representationsMary Nakhleh and Brian Postek Chapter 11. Representational resources for constructing shared understandings in the high school chemistryclassroomVera Michalchik, Anders Rosenquist, Robert Kozma, Patty Kreikemeier, Patricia Schank, Brian Coppola Chapter 12. Visualization without vision: Students with visual impairmentM. Gail Jones and Bethany Broadwell Chapter 13. When an image turns into knowledge: The role of visualization in thought experimentationMiriam Reiner and John Gilbert
Series Title: Models and modeling in science education, v. 3.
Responsibility: John K. Gilbert, editor ; Miriam Reiner, editor ; Mary Nakhleh, editor.


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