Wirkt Ekel vor lebenden Tieren bei Schülerinnen und Schülern als Prädiktor für ihr Flow-Erleben?

Wirkt Ekel vor lebenden Tieren bei Schülerinnen und Schülern als Prädiktor für ihr Flow-Erleben? Using living animals in biology lessons usually triggers positive or negative emotions. One of the negative emotions towards the animals might be disgust. Disgust might impair the intrinsic motivation of students. A particular form of intrinsic motivation is the flow-experience. In our study, we examined to what extent disgust might be a predictor of the flow-experience. The sample consisted of 158 students (M = 13.3 years, SD = 0.64 years, 60% female) of the secondary age age school (Gymnasium). The topic of the sequence of four lessons was the adaptions and the behavior of the Madagascar hissing cockroach (Gromphadorhina portentosa). In the pretest disgust was measured; during the lessons flow data were collected. We found that disgust predicted the flow-experience to a considerable extent. Keywords Disgust · Flow · Living animals · Emotions Einleitung Der Einsatz von lebenden Tieren im Biologieunterricht bie- tet die Möglichkeit, einen direkten Kontakt zum Lernob- jekt des Biologieunterrichts herbeizuführen und eröffnet damit die Gelegenheit für Primärerfahrungen im Klassen- Matthias Wilde raum (Prokop et al. 2008; Randler 2016). Mehrere Studien matthias.wilde@uni-bielefeld.de belegen, dass lebende Tiere im Unterricht positive Effekte auf Interesse, die intrinsische Motivation und das allgemei- Fakultät für Biologie, Didaktik der Biologie, Universität ne http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Zeitschrift für Didaktik der Naturwissenschaften Springer Journals

Wirkt Ekel vor lebenden Tieren bei Schülerinnen und Schülern als Prädiktor für ihr Flow-Erleben?

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Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Copyright © 2018 by Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Physik und Chemie (GDCP); Fachsektion Didaktik der Biologie im VBIO (FDdB im VBIO) and Springer-Verlag GmbH Deutschland, ein Teil von Springer Nature
Subject
Education; Science Education; Chemistry/Food Science, general; Life Sciences, general; Earth Sciences, general; Physics, general
ISSN
0949-1147
eISSN
2197-988X
D.O.I.
10.1007/s40573-018-0075-x
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Abstract

Using living animals in biology lessons usually triggers positive or negative emotions. One of the negative emotions towards the animals might be disgust. Disgust might impair the intrinsic motivation of students. A particular form of intrinsic motivation is the flow-experience. In our study, we examined to what extent disgust might be a predictor of the flow-experience. The sample consisted of 158 students (M = 13.3 years, SD = 0.64 years, 60% female) of the secondary age age school (Gymnasium). The topic of the sequence of four lessons was the adaptions and the behavior of the Madagascar hissing cockroach (Gromphadorhina portentosa). In the pretest disgust was measured; during the lessons flow data were collected. We found that disgust predicted the flow-experience to a considerable extent. Keywords Disgust · Flow · Living animals · Emotions Einleitung Der Einsatz von lebenden Tieren im Biologieunterricht bie- tet die Möglichkeit, einen direkten Kontakt zum Lernob- jekt des Biologieunterrichts herbeizuführen und eröffnet damit die Gelegenheit für Primärerfahrungen im Klassen- Matthias Wilde raum (Prokop et al. 2008; Randler 2016). Mehrere Studien matthias.wilde@uni-bielefeld.de belegen, dass lebende Tiere im Unterricht positive Effekte auf Interesse, die intrinsische Motivation und das allgemei- Fakultät für Biologie, Didaktik der Biologie, Universität ne

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Zeitschrift für Didaktik der NaturwissenschaftenSpringer Journals

Published: May 29, 2018

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