Real-time assessment of problem-solving of physics students using computer-based technology

Yıl: 2012 Cilt: 2012 Sayı: 43 Sayfa Aralığı: 210 - 221 Metin Dili: Türkçe

Real-time assessment of problem-solving of physics students using computer-based technology

Öz:
Bu çalışmada, öğrencilerin problem çözme yeteneklerinin İnkSurvey yazılımlı Tablet bilgisayardan oluşan interaktif ortamdaki değişimi verilmektedir. Öğrencilerin problem çözme becerilerini geliştirmek amacıyla, eğitimciye problem çözme stratejileri uygulayan sınıfı gerçek zamanlı olarak değerlendirmesine olanak sağlayan Tablet bilgisayar/InkSurvey interaktif teknolojisi kullanılmıştır. Yöntem, problem çözme stratejileri ölçeği ve İleri Elektrik ve Manyetizma dersinde görülen onbir konunun her biri için yapılan kısa sınavlar ile değerlendirilmiştir. Eide edilen sonuçlar, öğrencilerin problem çözme stratejilerini dönemin sonuna doğru sıklıkla kullandıklarını göstermiştir.
Anahtar Kelime:

Fizik öğrencilerinin problem çözmelerinin bilgisayara-dayalı teknoloji ile gerçek zamanlı değerlendirilmesi

Öz:
Tlıe change in students' problem solving ability in upper-level course through the application of a technological interactive environment-Tablet PC running İnkSurvey- was investigated in present study. Tablet PC/lnkSurvey interactive technology allowing the instructor to receive real-time formative assessment as the class works through the problem solving strategies was used to improve students' problem solving skills. The method was evaluated by developed problem solving strategies survey as well as quizzes after each chapter of eleven chapters for Advanced Electricity arid Magnetism course. Results indicated that the students were used to apply problem solving strategies frequently by the end of the semester.
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