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“…As a result, it is important that students have the opportunity to generate (or be introduced to) competing hypotheses so that they can analyse, discuss, and evaluate them using argumentation. The literature has shown that students' participation in such argumentative activities have contributed to their conceptual development, supporting a clearer understanding of concepts they already have some knowledge of, the production of new concepts, and the modification of alternative conceptions (Cross, Taasoobshirazi, Hendricks, & Hickey, 2008;Mendonça & Justi, 2013b;Passmore & Svoboda, 2012;Uskola, Maguregi, & Jiménez-Aleixandre, 2010;Venville & Dawson, 2010;von Aufschnaiter, Erduran, Osborne, & Simon, 2008). Some of these researchers have attributed such positive results to the fact that teaching which favours student argumentation brings the students an understanding of the reasons that make one model better than another, and to the dialogic nature of teaching.…”
Section: Argumentation In Science Educationmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…As a result, it is important that students have the opportunity to generate (or be introduced to) competing hypotheses so that they can analyse, discuss, and evaluate them using argumentation. The literature has shown that students' participation in such argumentative activities have contributed to their conceptual development, supporting a clearer understanding of concepts they already have some knowledge of, the production of new concepts, and the modification of alternative conceptions (Cross, Taasoobshirazi, Hendricks, & Hickey, 2008;Mendonça & Justi, 2013b;Passmore & Svoboda, 2012;Uskola, Maguregi, & Jiménez-Aleixandre, 2010;Venville & Dawson, 2010;von Aufschnaiter, Erduran, Osborne, & Simon, 2008). Some of these researchers have attributed such positive results to the fact that teaching which favours student argumentation brings the students an understanding of the reasons that make one model better than another, and to the dialogic nature of teaching.…”
Section: Argumentation In Science Educationmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…On the one hand, this seems reasonable since students should be encouraged to connect SSI with their own values (Oulton, Dillon, & Grace, 2004). Yet, in most cases, the weighting of criteria happens implicitly (Uskola, Maguregi, & Jiménez-Aleixandre, 2010). We therefore expect that some students failed to gain this score since they considered their values indirectly.…”
Section: Discussion Of the Instrumentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the positive side, Uskola, Maguregi, and Jiménez-Aleixandre (2010) found that engaging in argumentation about environmental issues helps students 'to generate a higher level of abstraction and gives them greater confidence in this knowledge, which fosters future learning' (p. 2331). These authors presented groups of college students with a simulated task of selecting a building heating system.…”
Section: Environmental Education As a Vehicle For Critical-thinking-fmentioning
confidence: 96%