This paper reports an on-going case study on the project of “Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for seamless science inquiry” in a primary school in Hong Kong. The study aims at investigating how the students advanced their content knowledge in science inquiry in a seamless learning environment supported by their own mobile devices. The topic of inquiry was “The Anatomy of Fish”. Data collection included pre- and post-domain tests, student artifacts, class observations and field notes. Content analysis and a trialogical approach were adopted in the data analysis to trace the students’ knowledge advancement. The work of one group of students was used as an example. The research findings show that the students advanced their understanding of the anatomy of fish well beyond what was available in the textbook.
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2013|
CitationSong, Y., & Ma, C. L. A. (2013, November). Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for mobile-assisted seamless science inquiry in a primary school. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference on Computers in Education ICCE 2013: Transforming Teaching and Learning through Integrated Learning Environments for 21st Century Learners, Grand Inna Bali Beach Hotel, Denpasar Bali, Indonesia.
- Seamless science inquiry
- Trialogical approach