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Hugerat, M. (2016). How Teaching Science Using Project-Based Learning Strategies Affects the Classroom Learning Environment. Learning Environments Research, 19, 383-395.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10984-016-9212-y

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  • TITLE: Effectiveness of Teaching Science by Drama

    AUTHORS: Naim Najami, Muhamad Hugerat, Khuloud Khalil, Avi Hofstein

    KEYWORDS: Drama, Effectiveness, Achievement, Motivation

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.10 No.1, January 16, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The present study aims at determining the effect of learning chemical reactions, more specifically, how light and photosynthesis with and without drama affected 180 10thgrade (boys and girls) students’ achievements in Israeli middle schools. Exams were prepared and distributed to the students before each topic was taught in the relevant class (pre-test). Then the topic was taught through drama and by means of conventional teaching, after which the exam was administered once again as a post-test. The findings showed that learning chemistry with drama contributes both to students’ achievements and to their interest in studying chemistry, and it positively affects students’ achievements in tenth grade.