This study investigates the experiments’ aims and strategies followed by Jerusalem high school science teachers. The research extends the completed research concerning science East Jerusalem teachers’ beliefs in using experiments. The research sample composed of 196 high school science teachers from East Jerusalem schools. A questionnaire was distributed accompanied by interviews with four science teachers. The effects of the independent variables of gender, scientific degree (including educational qualification for teaching), and experience were examined. It was found that teachers practice experiments mostly to achieve scientific knowledge in learning, applying cooperative work and scientific research. The dominant strategy used in applying experiments depends on teacher, less than student dependent learning strategy. Therefore, none of the independent variables had an effect on the teachers’ strategies.
|Publication Date||December 31, 2020|
|Published in Issue||Year 2020Volume: 18|