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Effects of interface and spatial ability on manipulation of virtual models in a STEM domain

Trevor J. Barrett, Mary Hegarty
2016 Computers in Human Behavior  
Virtual models are increasingly employed in STEM education to foster learning about spatial phenomena.  ...  In two experiments students solved spatial organic chemistry problems using a virtual model system.  ...  of a physical model.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2016.06.026 fatcat:hj63frrbkbcztm2tqzjlqvriwu

Assessing high school chemistry students' modeling sub-skills in a computerized molecular modeling learning environment

Yehudit Judy Dori, Zvia Kaberman
2011 Instructional Science  
Much knowledge in chemistry exists at a molecular level, inaccessible to direct perception.  ...  We present a hierarchy of modeling sub-skills, starting with understanding symbols and molecular structures, and ending with mastering the four chemistry understanding levels.  ...  Dori and Barak (2001) investigated the effect that teaching organic chemistry using virtual and physical models had on students' understanding of both new concepts and the spatial structure of new molecules  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11251-011-9172-7 fatcat:hghzwatbbvdvvfge4vh3keq5ru

RESEARCH ON THE COGNITIVE LEVEL OF STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF PHYSICS MODELS AND MODELING MECHANISM IN CHINESE HIGH SCHOOLS

Jingying Wang, Yue Zhang, Weizhao Shi
2016 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
To find the students' perceptions of cognitive level of physics models and their modeling mechanism, firstly, research progress in scientific models and modeling are summarized.  ...  A specific classification of the models based on the comprehensive understanding systems is conducted, and the impact on learning among different schools and regions and inherent relationship on the cognitive  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the support provided by the Humanities and Social Sciences Foundation of the Ministry of Education of P.R.  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/16.15.204 fatcat:klkdaxcozrhr5hrxmmlggqpfba

Characterizing cognitive aging of spatial and contextual memory in animal models

Thomas C. Foster, R. A. DeFazio, Jennifer L. Bizon
2012 Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience  
Episodic memory, especially memory for contextual or spatial information, is particularly vulnerable to age-related decline in humans and animal models of aging.  ...  The specificity of brain systems as well as gaps in linking human and animal laboratory models is discussed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Financial support by National Institutes of Health Grants AG014979, AG037984, AG036800, and the Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Research Grant.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnagi.2012.00012 pmid:22988436 pmcid:PMC3439636 fatcat:4jjfr5ctsfh5rn54zcj3sjqnkm

Spatial modeling in cell biology at multiple levels

Arne T. Bittig, Adelinde M. Uhrmacher
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 Winter Simulation Conference  
With the supported level of abstraction, each of those offers a different perception of the spatial phenomena under study.  ...  These modeling languages allow an explicit description of spatial phenomena, and facilitate analysis of the temporal spatial dynamics of cells by a clear separation between model, semantics, and simulator  ...  CONCLUSION The insight that space plays a crucial role in understanding the dynamics of cell biological systems has fostered the development of diverse modeling approaches during the last years.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2010.5679125 dblp:conf/wsc/BittigU10 fatcat:kiytb3a2r5cfncxsbh75ftnpwq

Multisensory Immersion as a Modeling Environment for Learning Complex Scientific Concepts [chapter]

Chris Dede, Marilyn C. Salzman, R. Bowen Loftin, Debra Sprague
1999 Modeling and Simulation in Science and Mathematics Education  
physical processes [McDermott, 1991] .  ...  Before inculcating the formal representations that scientists use, these models can develop learners' abilities to intuitively understand how the natural world functions.  ...  Acknowledgments This work is supported by NSF's Applications of Advanced Technology Program, Grants RED-93-53320 and 95-55682, and by NASA through a grant (NAG 9-713) and through access to equipment and  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4612-1414-4_12 fatcat:m7ihqi33k5ajlnnniqjh7hyvvm

Comparing the Use of Two Different Model Approaches on Students' Understanding of DNA Models

Julia Mierdel, Franz X. Bogner
2019 Education Sciences  
As effective methods to foster students' understanding of scientific models in science education are needed, increased reflection on thinking about models is regarded as a relevant competence associated  ...  A mixed method design examines three subsections of the construct: (1) students' reasoning about multiple models in science, (2) students' understanding of models as exact replicas, and (3) students' understanding  ...  The European Union as well as the BMBF and the DFG are not liable for any use that might be made of information contained herein.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9020115 fatcat:fouonmq7sbbljaadqzxzjqkv2a

Modeling Larval Connectivity of Coral Reef Organisms in the Kenya-Tanzania Region

C. Gabriela Mayorga-Adame, Harold P. Batchelder, Yvette. H. Spitz
2017 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Acropora virtual larvae were modeled as 3D passive particles with a precompetency 31 period of 4 days, a total PLD of 12 days and a perception distance of 10 m.  ...  Acanthurus virtual larvae 32 were characterized by 50 days precompetency period, a total PLD of 72 days and a perception 33 distance of 4 km.  ...  Spatial scales of 821 connectivity and settlement success rates are within the ranges reported by other bio-physical 822 modeling studies for similar genera in other coral reef regions Dorman et al.,  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2017.00092 fatcat:qwdiz32i6je47hrfurt7piiqai

Easy DNA Modeling and More with GraphiteLifeExplorer

Samuel Hornus, Bruno Lévy, Damien Larivière, Eric Fourmentin, Peter Csermely
2013 PLoS ONE  
Models of DNA molecules can be drawn in an intuitive way and assembled to proteins or others globular structures.  ...  Real time navigation and immersion offer a unique view to the reconstructed biological machinery.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Ludovic Autin (The Scripps Research Institute) and Julie Bernauer (Inria) for revising this manuscript and the numerous and fruitful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0053609 pmid:23308263 pmcid:PMC3538550 fatcat:ezqy4twiwzhkhbla5vq3ickgku

Page 341 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 12, Issue 3 [page]

2003 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
J.. and Barak, M. (2001). Virtual and physical molecular modeling: Fostering model perception and spatial understand ing. Educational Technology and Society 4: 61-74 Gardner, T. (1999).  ...  Spatial ability and 1 organic chemistry: A study of four organic cours¢  ... 

Page 470 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 13, Issue 4 [page]

2004 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Virtual and physical molecu- lar modeling: Fostering model perception and spatial under- standing. Educational Technology and Society 4: 61-74. Ealy, J. B. (1999).  ...  Computerized molecular mod- eling: Technology for enhancing model perception among chemistry educators and the new learners. Chemistry Educa- tion: Research and Practice in Europe 1: 109-120.  ... 

A Theoretical Model for Urban Walking Among People With Disabilities

Elizabeth Marcheschi, Agneta Ståhl, Mai Almén, Maria Johansson
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
result from the interplay between individual abilities, emotional processes, and the physical and social characteristics of the environment (Küller, 1991).  ...  However, to improve understanding of urban walking at a neighborhood level for people with disabilities, empirical studies must be carried out to test the proposed model.  ...  aspects of the individual (i.e., physical abilities, perception, and experience).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00156 pmid:32116952 pmcid:PMC7031481 fatcat:bhnmrhbynva6fled65qql27hpy

Students? Understanding Is Enhanced Through Molecular Modeling

Julie B. Ealy
2004 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Virtual and physical molecu- lar modeling: Fostering model perception and spatial under- standing. Educational Technology and Society 4: 61-74. Ealy, J. B. (1999).  ...  Electrostatic potential surface models and dipole measurements for NH3, H2O, and Students’ Understanding Is Enhanced Through Molecular Modeling :@ Fig. 3. Ball and spoke models: CHs and CH3Br. F>.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10956-004-1467-x fatcat:b4orkcdylrbpbl756buknbfwhm

Authenticity, Interactivity, and Collaboration in VR Learning Games

Meredith M. Thompson, Annie Wang, Dan Roy, Eric Klopfer
2018 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
We discuss two particular examples: spatial awareness and collaboration.  ...  Decreasing cost and increasing technology access in schools places 3D immersive virtual reality (VR) within the reach of K-12 classrooms (Korbey, 2017).  ...  VR can provide learners with virtual experience with objects and prompt learners to gesture during problem solving; both activities have the potential to improve spatial understanding and users' perception  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2018.00133 pmid:33501011 pmcid:PMC7805727 fatcat:uzdyhh7fynbr3ceho3egybf3ku

Page 620 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 20, Issue 5 [page]

2011 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Chem Educ: Res and Prac Euro 1(1):109-120 Dori YJ, Barak M (2001) Virtual and physical molecclar modeling: Fostering model perception and spatial understanding.  ...  Comp Educ 56(3):839-846 9) Springer J Sci Educ Technol (2011) 20:608-620 Barnea N, Dori YJ (2000) Computerized molecular modeling: the new technology for enhancing model perception among chem- istry educators  ... 
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