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2007
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Ling, Y., & Boo, H. K. (2007). Concept mapping and pupils’ learning in primary science in Singapore. Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 8(2), Article 11.
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This paper reports on a quasi-experimental study which examined the effectiveness of
concept mapping as a revision tool in enhancing pupils' examination performances in
primary science. The research objective seeks to determine whether there are
significant differences in achievement between the concept mapping and traditional
method of revision groups after treatment in both primary gifted and mainstream
classes. This research hopes to establish the relationship between pupils'
understanding of science concepts along with performance and use of concept
mapping as a revision tool in primary science. Findings of this study will be useful
towards the implementation of concept mapping as an instructional and revision tool
in the primary science classroom.
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1609-4913
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