On the Study of Student Use of Meta-Resources in Learning Quantum Mechanics Documents
Keith Oliver and
In our research on student use of resources in learning quantum mechanics, we have begun to realize that a student often needs to make judgments among competing ideas. We start to see the potential to develop a new category of resources, meta-resources, to model the views and beliefs as well as meta-cognitive processes that students use in making judgments. Examples from student interviews are discussed as initial evidence for a larger scale investigation toward this area.
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Published August 7, 2002
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