간단한 회로에서 전구의 밝기에 대한 에비 과학교사 개념연구: 간단한 직렬연결과 병렬연결 회로 중심

Hye-Eun Chu, Moon Nam Lee

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Abstract

The conceptions about simple electrical circuits of 26 pre-service science teachers who have taken a course in general physics were investigated in this study. The pre-service teachers displayed limited conceptions about making simple circuits because they lacked understanding of concepts about the terminals of electric bulbs. Also, they held several conceptions about the brightness of bulbs in separate simple series and parallel circuits that may be classified into four categories, namely acceptable scientific conceptions, limited scientific conceptions, confused conceptions and naive conceptions. However, in the case of combined series and parallel electrical circuits, the teachers were found to hold only scientifically acceptable conceptions, limited scientific conceptions and confused conceptions.
Translated title of the contribution간단한 회로에서 전구의 밝기에 대한 에비 과학교사 개념연구: 간단한 직렬연결과 병렬연결 회로 중심
LanguageKorean
Pages448-457
Number of pages10
JournalNew Physics: Sae Mulli
Volume51
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes

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