Affective Dimensions in Chemistry Education was published in January 2015. Since then the book has received a number of citations, downloaded many times, and read by many scholars. This blog page updates these relevant stats.
This is a unique resource for those wishing to address the affective domain as they research and solve problems in chemistry education. Contributions by world-leading experts cover both fundamental considerations and practical case studies. This work fills a gap in the literature of chemistry education, which so far has focussed mainly on the cognitive domain. The affective domain refers to feelings-based constructs such as attitudes, values, beliefs, opinions, emotions, interests, motivation, and a degree of acceptance or rejection. It can affect students’ interest in science topics and their motivation to persevere in learning science concepts.
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Early Childhood Development. Book chapter with DOI 10.4018/978-1-5225-7507-8.ch015
Handbook of Research on Applied Learning Theory and Design in Modern Education. Book chapter with DOI 10.4018/978-1-4666-9634-1.ch006
Assessing high school students’ attitudes toward chemistry with a shortened semantic differential. Journal article in Chem. Educ. Res. Pract.