Les conceptions des élèves qui pourraient faire obstacle à l'apprentissage de la densité en cycle 3
Javoy, S.; Decroix, A.-A.; De Hosson, C.;
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Subject: Volume | Relative density | Mass | [SHS.EDU]Humanities and Social Sciences/Education | Key-words Students' Conceptions | [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences | Buoyancy
International audience; Abstract In this paper, we introduce the results of a thorough investigation of students' conceptions on mass and volume concepts and on object immersion in a liquid, that could be obstacles for relative density learning. This investigation draws... View more
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