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Changes in Students' Science Ability Produced by Multimedia Learning Environments: Application of the Linear Logistic Model for Change
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School Science and Mathematics Volume 102, Number 1, ISSN 0036-6803

Abstract

Reports on a study designed to measure changes in students' science proficiency produced by a multimedia learning environment. Describes the inquiry-based design of Astronomy Village, which supports middle school students in learning fundamental concepts in life, earth, and physical sciences. Results indicate sizable treatment effects for two groups of Astronomy Village students as well as for the alternative treatment group.(Author/MM)

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Dimitrov, D.M., McGee, S. & Howard, B.C. (2002). Changes in Students' Science Ability Produced by Multimedia Learning Environments: Application of the Linear Logistic Model for Change. School Science and Mathematics, 102(1), 15-24. Retrieved April 18, 2019 from .

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