Chinese and Australian children’s understandings of the Earth: a cross cultural study of conceptual development
The purpose of this study was to explore Chinese and Australian primary children’s conceptual understandings of the Earth. The research was conducted in the interpretive paradigm and was designed to be descriptive with comparative and cross sectional elements. Participants were Year 3 and Year 6 children from three schools in Hunan Province, central south China (n = 38) and Year 3 and Year 6 children from three schools in Western Australia (n = 36). In-depth interviews including drawings were...[Show more]
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