Research and Teaching: Field Trips and Their Effect on Student Achievement and Attitudes -- A Comparison of Physical Versus Virtual Field Trips to the Indian River Lagoon

Journal Article by: Michael A. Gallo and Lesley C. Garner Digital resources are stored online in your NSTA Library.

This study examined the effect of physical and virtual field trips on undergraduate, nonscience majors. No significant differences were seen in achievement, attitudes, learning styles, interactions between field trip and learning styles, or students’ ability to answer questions at different levels. Results imply that both field trips promote learning.

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A selection from Journal of College Science Teaching -- March/April 2005

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