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Paper presented at the 13th International Conference on Computers in Education, Singapore, 2005.
This paper reports on the findings from an online survey administered to 593 science
teachers including heads of science departments in 2004. This survey is part of a study
initiated in December 2003 to examine the implementation, efficacy and use of dataloggers in
Singapore science curricula. Dataloggers were introduced to all Singapore schools during the
First Masterplan for IT in Education (1997-2002) to support science learning and
experimentation. The aim of the survey is to find out how secondary schools and junior
colleges have been supporting and integrating the use of these dataloggers in the teaching and
learning of science. The findings from this survey address :
profile of schools and teachers using dataloggers;
ways in which dataloggers are used in the science curriculum;
teachers’ perceptions on whether pupils were able to interpret and analyse graphs; roles of teachers in preparing pupils and guiding them when using dataloggers in set
experiments and inquiry based science experiments
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CRP 15/03 TKC
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