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Socioscientific Decision Making in the Science Classroom: The Effect of Embedded Metacognitive Instructions on Students' Learning Outcomes
Sabina Eggert,Frauke Ostermeyer,Marcus Hasselhorn,Susanne B?geholz
Education Research International , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/309894
Abstract: The purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of cooperative training strategies to enhance students' socioscientific decision making as well as their metacognitive skills in the science classroom. Socioscientific decision making refers to both “describing socioscientific issues” as well as “developing and evaluating solutions” to socioscientific issues. We investigated two cooperative training strategies which differed with respect to embedded metacognitive instructions that were developed on the basis of the IMPROVE method. Participants were 360 senior high school students who studied either in a cooperative learning setting (COOP), a cooperative learning setting with embedded metacognitive questions (COOP+META), or a nontreatment control group. Results indicate that students in the two training conditions outperformed students in the control group on both processes of socioscientific decision making. However, students in the COOP+META condition did not outperform students in the COOP condition. With respect to students' learning outcomes on the regulation facet of metacognition, results indicate that all conditions improved over time. Students in the COOP+META condition exhibited highest mean scores at posttest measures, but again, results were not significant. Implications for integrating metacognitive instructions into science classrooms are discussed. 1. Introduction Over the past decades curriculum authorities as well as science educators and researchers worldwide have called for changes in the way science is taught at schools (e.g., [1–4]). Modern science education should not only foster the acquisition of scientific content knowledge but engage students in scientific inquiry, in lifelong learning and in discussions about modern science problems, their technological applications as well as their personal and societal implications [1–5]. In a similar vein, the implementation of socioscientific issues into the science classroom has been proposed for more than two decades (e.g., [6–10]). Socioscientific issues represent modern science problems, such as global climate change or the loss of worldwide biodiversity, that are tightly linked to social, political, and economical concerns (e.g., [11]). They are complex, real-world scenarios at the interplay between science and society and thus, can no longer be solved by relying on scientific knowledge only [8, 10, 11]. Consequently, they fundamentally challenge the aims and scope of traditional science instruction. A growing body of research within the area of science education highlights
Socioscientific Decision Making in the Science Classroom: The Effect of Embedded Metacognitive Instructions on Students' Learning Outcomes
Sabina Eggert,Frauke Ostermeyer,Marcus Hasselhorn,Susanne Bögeholz
Education Research International , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/309894
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Corporate Deductibility Provisions and Financial Constraints of Innovative Entrepreneurs  [PDF]
Wolfgang Eggert, Sebastian Heitzmann
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2017.76108
Abstract: Corporate income tax systems around the world typically favor debt over equity in the tax base definition. The resulting distortions on financing and investment decisions of corporations are well documented in the existing literature. In this paper, we focus on the ACE proposal by the Mirrlees Review [1]. It is shown that an ACE, which mitigates the unequal treatment of returns to owned and borrowed capital, fosters innovation by financing startups.
On the origin of a gilding method of the Baghdad silversmiths
Gerhard Eggert
Gold Bulletin , 1995, DOI: 10.1007/BF03214732
Abstract: The evidence and arguments as to wether a galvanic gilding method observed in Baghdad is of ancient or modern origin are discussed. It is concluded that the technique is relatively recent.
Documenting Freedom From Disease And Re-Establishing a Free Status After a Breakdown Aleutian Disease (Plasmacytosis) in Farmed Mink in Iceland
Gunnarsson Eggert
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica , 2001, DOI: 10.1186/1751-0147-42-s1-s87
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A percep o social do profissional bibliotecário: uma pesquisa exploratória
Gisela Eggert
Revista ACB , 1996,
Abstract: [Portuguese] Explora a percep o social do profissional bibliotecário junto a dois diferentes segmentos de instru o formal, nível médio e superior. Os informantes concebem o bibliotecário dentro do “paradigma acervo” – organizador, orientador e técnico da informa o.
A percep o social do profissional bibliotecário: uma pesquisa exploratória p.33-43
Gisela Eggert
Revista ACB , 2005,
Abstract: Explora a percep o social do profissional bibliotecário junto a dois diferentes segmentos de instru o formal, nível médio e superior. Os informantes concebem o bibliotecário dentro do "paradigma acervo" – organizador, orientador e técnico da informa o.
Results from TOTEM and ALFA
Eggert Karsten
EPJ Web of Conferences , 2012, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20122802002
Abstract: Results from TOTEM and ALFA
BRUCE BENNETT AO FACE FAHA 1941–2012
Paul Eggert
Coolabah , 2012,
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An Accurate Determination of the Exchange Constant in Sr_2CuO_3 from Recent Theoretical Results
Sebastian Eggert
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.53.5116
Abstract: Data from susceptibility measurements on Sr_2CuO_3 are compared with recent theoretical predictions for the magnetic susceptibility of the antiferromagnetic spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain. The experimental data fully confirms the theoretical predictions and in turn we establish that Sr_2CuO_3 behaves almost perfectly like a one-dimensional antiferromagnet with an exchange coupling of J = 1700^{+150}_{-100}K.
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