Eye Movement Patterns in Solving Science Ordering Problems

Kendhammer, Lisa; The University Of Georgia, Pienta, Norbert J; The University Of Georgia, Moore, James N; The University Of Georgia, Day, Elizabeth; The University Of Georgia, Tang, Hui; The University Of Georgia & Brown, Scott A; The University Of Georgia
Dynamic biological processes, such as intracellular signaling pathways, commonly are taught in science courses using static representations of individual steps in the pathway. As a result, students often memorize these steps for examination purposes, but fail to appreciate either the cascade nature of the pathway. In this study, we compared eye movement patterns for students who correctly ordered the components of an important pathway responsible for vasoconstriction against those who did not. Similarly, we compared...
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