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This study compared 2 kinds of materials in the context of kindergartners' learning of number concepts: 1 using structurally organized tile patterns and the other using diverse objects in various patterns to represent each number. A total of 157 kindergartners recruited from 2 classes from each...
Previous research has shown that writing can contribute to learning, but few studies have examined the cognitive processes through which this occurs, particularly among elementary students. A total of 70 children in Grades 4, 6, and 8 carried out science experiments concerning buoyancy or the...
Previous studies have documented that middle school students have a limited "knowledge unproblematic" epistemology of science (i.e., scientists steadily amass more facts about the world by doing experiments) with no appreciation of the role played by scientists' ideas in guiding inquiry. An...
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