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Fostering 5th grade students’ understanding of science via salience analogical reasoning in on-line and classroom learning environments

Posted on 03 Oct 2013 with 0 comments
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This study highlights the idea that on-line learning benefits students more than classroom learning, surface salience analogical reasoning is as efficient as relational salience analogical reasoning, and analogical reasoning can better predict scientific concept construction than can scientific reasoning.


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