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written by Ricardo Trumper
Preservice elementary school teachers in Israel (N=608) answered questions about energy concepts. Results revealed the following: (1) many hold alternative conceptual frameworks, not accepted scientific concepts; (2) many do not accept the idea of energy conservation or degradation; (3) they confuse energy and force; and (4) they have an ambiguous recognition of different types of energy.
Educational Research: Volume 39, Issue 2, Pages 157-174
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10.1080/0013188970390204
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0013-1881
Keywords:
Concept Formation, Educational Change, Elementary School Teachers, Energy, Higher Education, Misconceptions, Preservice Teacher Education
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R. Trumper, The need for change in elementary school teacher training: The case of the energy concept as an example, Educ. Res. 39 (2), 157 (1997), <http://www.oranim.ac.il/sites/heb/SiteCollectionImages/personal/ricardo/EducationalResearcher1997.pdf>.
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Trumper, R. (1997). The need for change in elementary school teacher training: The case of the energy concept as an example. Educ. Res., 39(2), 157-174. Retrieved October 26, 2014, from http://www.oranim.ac.il/sites/heb/SiteCollectionImages/personal/ricardo/EducationalResearcher1997.pdf
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Trumper, Ricardo. "The need for change in elementary school teacher training: The case of the energy concept as an example." Educ. Res. 39, no. 2, (1997): 157-174, http://www.oranim.ac.il/sites/heb/SiteCollectionImages/personal/ricardo/EducationalResearcher1997.pdf (accessed 26 October 2014).
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Trumper, Ricardo. "The need for change in elementary school teacher training: The case of the energy concept as an example." Educ. Res. 39.2 (1997): 157-174. 26 Oct. 2014 <http://www.oranim.ac.il/sites/heb/SiteCollectionImages/personal/ricardo/EducationalResearcher1997.pdf>.
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