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One of the purposes of chemistry education is to develop students’ positive attitudes toward this subject in the school curriculum (Cheung, 2007). However, despite being readily accepted as an important and fundamental science by the scientific community, the current perception of chemistry held by many students contravenes its true nature. Chemistry has a reputation for being a complicated, highly theoretical, and boring science. Students often fail to make the connection between the macroscopic and the microscopic world of atoms and molecules (Gillespie, 1997).
14) Walking on campus and thinking about chemistry lab. 15) Buying a chemistry textbook. 16) Listening to another student explain a chemical reaction. 17) Listening to a lecture in a chemistry class. ” 2) Waiting to get a chemistry test returned in which you expected to do well. 3) Being given a “pop” quiz in a chemistry class. 4) Taking an examination (quiz) in a chemistry class. 5) Getting ready to study for a chemistry test. 6) Being given a homework assignment of many difficult problems which is due the next chemistry class meeting.
Sets of many consecutive questions may cover broader ranges than those accessible to one or few questions requiring written answers. They may be functional to guide students’ reasoning toward the identification and critical evaluation of already-known pieces of information, or toward and through the development of logical pathways, stimulating the comprehension of each stage by guiding the reasoning articulation step-wise (Mammino, 2006); in this way, for example, they are optimal for collaborative identification of the logic of derivation-proofs or problem-solving procedures (including the logic of computational procedures).