Evaluating student attitudes toward chemistry lessons to enhance teaching in the secondary school
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AbstractThe purpose of this study was to demonstrate how a secondary school chemistry teacher in Hong Kong can evaluate his students' attitudes toward chemistry lessons by means of the 12-item Attitude Toward Chemistry Lessons Scale (atcls). The teacher found that overall his students had a slightly positive attitude toward chemistry lessons in school, but the mean scores on two of the four subscales were lower than expected. He was interviewed to identify the underlying reasons. The information about student attitude toward chemistry lessons served as a catalyst to help the teacher to reflect on his curriculum planning and teaching effectiveness. The nature of the four subscales and the interview results are discussed. © Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
All Author(s) ListCheung D.
Journal nameEducacion Quimica
Volume Number22
Issue Number2
PublisherNational Autonomous University of Mexico, Faculty of Chemistry
Place of PublicationMexico
Pages117 - 122
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsAttitude measures, Chemistry education, Secondary school education, Student attitudes

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