Visual-spatial ability in STEM education : transforming research into practice / Myint Swe Khine, editor.

Each chapter in this book makes a unique contribution to the body of the literature and enhances the understanding of spatial ability and its influence on learning in the STEM disciplines. It addresses spatial abilities, ways to measure them as well as their impact and how they can affect learning s...

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Other Authors: Khine, Myint Swe (Editor)
Format: Ebook
Published: Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
Online Access:Springer eBooks
Table of Contents:
  • Part I Introduction
  • 1 Spatial Cognition: Key to STEM Success
  • 2 Validity of Spatial Ability Tests for Selection into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Career Fields: The Example of Military Aviation
  • 3 Spatial Ability: Measurement and Development
  • 4 Measuring Spatial Visualization: Test Development Study
  • 5 Various Spatial Skills, Gender Differences, and Trainability and Transferability of Spatial Skills
  • Part III Research and Practices in Spatial Ability
  • 6 What Innovations Have We Already Lost?: The Importance of Identifying and Developing Spatial Talent
  • 7 Empowering Visuo-spatial Abilities Among Italian Primary School Children: From Theory to Practice
  • 8 The Improvement of Spatial Ability and its Relation to Spatial Training
  • 9 A Spatial-Semiotic Framework in the Context of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)
  • 10 Gender Differences in Spatial Ability: Implications for STEM Education and Approaches to Reducing the Gender Gap for Parents and Educators
  • 11 Ranking and Predicting Results for Different Training Activities to Develop Spatial Abilities
  • 12 How Does Space Interact with Numbers?
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