The Future of Education

Edition 14

Accepted Abstracts

Effects of Student-Based Approaches in Grade 10 Chemistry Education during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Senem Dila Yilmaz, Researcher (Turkey)

İbrahim Ergin, FMV Işık High School (Turkey)


With the Covid-19 pandemic, changes in almost every aspect of our lives have become  obligatory. One of the most significant changes was in the field of education around the world. In education, the vast majority of the students switched from traditional classrooms to online learning or distance learning. The pandemic hasn’t changed only the students’ gathering ways, also their expectations from the lectures. New expectations from students involved teachers’ quest for more student-based learning approaches in science lectures by using some technological tools such as STEM, flipped classroom model, platforms like Khan Academy, Phet Colorado and simulations requiring student engagement. Using some digital educational instruments or educational technologies can support students’ academic improvements especially during the global pandemic. In this article, for 10th grade chemistry students, it will be compared the relationship between the students’ academic improvement in chemistry and the computer-based section of the flipped classroom model and in online class sessions, exercises from Khan Academy, Phet Colorado, EBA (Education Information Network of Turkish National Ministry of Education).

Keywords: Academic Improvement, Distance learning, Educational Technologies, Flipped Classroom, Student Engagement.

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