Conceptual Change and Sustainable Coherency of Concepts Across Modes of Interaction View Full Text


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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

Kristine Lund , Karine Bécu-Robinault

ABSTRACT

Our analyses illustrate nine instances of what we call multimodal and multimedial reformulations of content beginning either with drawings of physics experiments and going to the manipulation of the physics experiments themselves or beginning with the experiments and going to the drawings. We postulated that each time one of these reformulations occurred, it was a potential (yet rare) pivotal moment for conceptual change because content was being transformed across modes and media. Within the nine instances of reformulation, we found two types of pivotal moments (three instances in all). The first type was changing one’s conception from an intuitive everyday view on physics to a canonical view of physics. The second was maintaining a canonical view of physics but while also integrating more complexity in terms of experiments constructed, drawings made, or concepts talked about. In addition, the notion of the semantic bundle enabled us to show how the ongoing interaction supplied building blocks that illustrated either sustained conceptual change coherent with canonical physics or difficulties that students faced. More... »

PAGES

311-330

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    Productive Multivocality in the Analysis of Group Interactions

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