Improving female students' physics learning in high school

Ning Ding, Yarong Xu

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The gendered achievement in physics always bothers high school teachers, especially when problem-solving learning is involved. The lag in female students’ learning achievement in physics is reflected by the low enrolment of females in physics-related subjects at grade 12. For years, the most common method adopted by teachers was to instruct female students using repetitious exercises.
Originele taal-2English
TitelScience education in international contexts
RedacteurenM.M.H. Cheng , W.W.M. So
Pagina's123-128
StatusPublished - 2011

Vingerafdruk

female student
physics
school
learning
teacher
school grade

Keywords

  • leerprocessen
  • meisjes
  • natuurkunde

Citeer dit

Ding, N., & Xu, Y. (2011). Improving female students' physics learning in high school. In M. M. H. Cheng , & W. W. M. So (editors), Science education in international contexts (blz. 123-128)
Ding, Ning ; Xu, Yarong. / Improving female students' physics learning in high school. Science education in international contexts. redacteur / M.M.H. Cheng ; W.W.M. So. 2011. blz. 123-128
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