Tables index

From

Developing Students’ Problem-Solving Capacity through the Teaching of Integrated Natural Science in Secondary Schools in Vietnam

Chu Van Tiem, Dao Thi Viet Anh, Nguyen Thi Thanh Chi

American Journal of Educational Research. 2018, 6(6), 741-748 doi:10.12691/education-6-6-24
  • Table 1. Correlations of teachers’ age and their integrated teaching
  • Table 2. The frequency of the use of integrated natural science teaching in secondary schools
  • Table 3. Teachers’ opinions on the importance of using some active learning methods in integrated teaching to develop students’ problem-solving capacity
  • Activity 1: Assign tasks, hold discussions, discover and state the problem (20 minutes)
  • Activity 2: Instruct students to perform the learning tasks, discuss and find out the solutions to the problem stated (45 minutes)
  • Activity 3: Discuss, and defend the project findings and apply the gained knowledge for further studies (25 minutes)
  • Activity 1: Make project plan (15 - 20 minutes)
  • Activity 2. Perform project tasks and complete the project (within a week)
  • Activity 3: Report the project findings (25 - 30 minutes)
  • Activity 4: Evaluate students’ problem-solving capacity (15- 20 minutes)
  • Table 4. Teaching Experiment Method
  • Table 5. Standard deviation of students’ achievement in Criterion 1 for Experimental Group and Controlled Group
  • Table 6. Comparison of the means in Criterion 1 for Experimental Group and Controlled Group
  • Table 7. Summary of results in the criteria on the evaluation of students’ problem-solving capacity through data collected from observation checklist – Grade 8 (EG: 250 students; CG: 245 students)
  • Table 8. Comparison of the mean values of criteria on the evaluation of students’ problem-solving capacity through data collected from the observation checklist - Grade 8
  • Table 9. Summary of results in the criteria on the evaluation of students’ problem-solving capacity through data collected from observation checklist – Grade 9 (EG: 280 students; CG: 275 students)
  • Table 10. Comparison of the mean values of criteria on the evaluation of students’ problem-solving capacity through data collected from the observation checklist - Grade 9
  • Table 11. Statistical parameters of tests for Grade 8
  • Table 12. Statistical parameters of tests for Grade 9