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Science Education

2002 Volume 86, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. "It's Harder Than We Thought It Would Be": A Comparative Case Study of Expert-Novice Experimentation Strategies

    Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver, Anandi Nagarajan & Roger S. Day

    Compares a group of expert cancer researchers with four groups of fourth year medical students (the "novice" groups) engaged in the task of designing a clinical trial to test a new cancer drug... More

    pp. 219-43

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  2. Student Goal Orientation in Learning Inquiry Skills with Modifiable Software Advisors

    Todd A. Shimoda, Barbara Y. White & John R. Frederiksen

    Investigates performance outcomes based on different goal orientations by using a computer support environment (SCI-WISE) designed for learning and doing inquiry-based science projects. Uses two... More

    pp. 244-63

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