A Further Characterization of Empirical Research Related to Learning Outcome Achievement in Remote and Virtual Science Labs

A Further Characterization of Empirical Research Related to Learning Outcome Achievement in... This paper further characterizes recently reviewed literature related to student learning outcome achievement in non-traditional (virtual and remote) versus traditional (hands-on) science labs, as well as factors to consider when evaluating the state and progress of research in this field as a whole. Current research is characterized according to (1) participant nationality and culture, (2) participant education level, (3) participant demography, (4) scientific discipline, and (5) research methodology, which could provide avenues for further research and useful dialog regarding the measurement and interpretation of data related to student learning outcome achievement in, and thus the efficacy of, non-traditional versus traditional science labs. Current research is also characterized by (6) research publication media and (7) availability of non-traditional labs used, which demonstrate some of the obstacles to progress and consensus in this research field. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Science Education and Technology Springer Journals

A Further Characterization of Empirical Research Related to Learning Outcome Achievement in Remote and Virtual Science Labs

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
Subject
Education; Science Education; Educational Technology
ISSN
1059-0145
eISSN
1573-1839
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10956-017-9699-8
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Abstract

This paper further characterizes recently reviewed literature related to student learning outcome achievement in non-traditional (virtual and remote) versus traditional (hands-on) science labs, as well as factors to consider when evaluating the state and progress of research in this field as a whole. Current research is characterized according to (1) participant nationality and culture, (2) participant education level, (3) participant demography, (4) scientific discipline, and (5) research methodology, which could provide avenues for further research and useful dialog regarding the measurement and interpretation of data related to student learning outcome achievement in, and thus the efficacy of, non-traditional versus traditional science labs. Current research is also characterized by (6) research publication media and (7) availability of non-traditional labs used, which demonstrate some of the obstacles to progress and consensus in this research field.

Journal

Journal of Science Education and TechnologySpringer Journals

Published: Jul 26, 2017

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