自己制御学習に着目したeラーニング利用法に関する一考察 : 学校理科教育における教育実践を通じて [in Japanese] A Study of the Ways of Using an e-Learning System : Self-regulated Learning Strategies for Science Education at the Elementary School Level [in Japanese]
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This paper describes ways to use the e-learning system "Science Net," which assists self-regulated learning strategies of elementary school students in scientific education. We focused on two self-regulated learning strategies: "seeking information" and "goal setting and planning." When the students performed the seeking-information and goal-setting and planning tasks in science classes, they accessed Science Net, which contains information about previous science classes. In particular, in their worksheets, they made notes on goal setting and planning for their experiments in the following classes through the information provided by Science Net. They then performed experiments according to their goal setting and planning. After this, the students reflected on their experiments, and wrote down their opinions about the science classes on their worksheets. Based on the results of the questionnaire, we found that the students not only recognized how to understand the key points of scientific textbooks, but also that after the classes they had less tendency to solve only the easy scientific problems. Additionally, only some students understood the importance of goal setting and planning after the classes.
- Journal of Science Education in Japan
Journal of Science Education in Japan 32(1), 10-17, 2008
Japan Society for Science Education