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Using Conceptual Change Texts in Chemistry Education

1Hüseyin Miraç Pektaş, 2Murat Demirbaş, 3Mustafa Bayrakcı

1, 2 Kırıkkale University Education Faculty, 3 Sakarya University Education Faculty
1, 2 Kırıkkale, 3 Sakarya (Turkey)

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Concepts and concept teaching are very important in constructivist approach. Literature was reviewed for implementations of conceptual change to eliminate misconceptions in science teaching in this study and the results of some research which was implemented were mentioned. According to literature review, the importance of conceptual change implementations was stressed.

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