Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings

Bätz K, Wittler S, Wilde M (2010)
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education 5(1): 51-64.

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Only few psychological differences between the sexes can be proven empirically. Presented here is a study about learning in the extracurricular environment of a zoological garden during a school excursion with particular regard to the differences between boys and girls. In the main focus are, hereby, motivational and cognitive levels of the aforementioned learning situation. A pre/post-test design was conducted with 223 fifth graders of the highest stratification level (Gymnasium). Girls showed a higher degree of intrinsic motivation and also had statistically significant more knowledge gain in the subscale of open-ended knowledge-items. The results are discussed within the framework of the Contextual Model of Learning.
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Bätz K, Wittler S, Wilde M. Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education. 2010;5(1):51-64.
Bätz, K., Wittler, S., & Wilde, M. (2010). Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(1), 51-64.
Bätz, K., Wittler, S., and Wilde, M. (2010). Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education 5, 51-64.
Bätz, K., Wittler, S., & Wilde, M., 2010. Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(1), p 51-64.
K. Bätz, S. Wittler, and M. Wilde, “Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings”, International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, vol. 5, 2010, pp. 51-64.
Bätz, K., Wittler, S., Wilde, M.: Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education. 5, 51-64 (2010).
Bätz, Katrin, Wittler, Sebastian, and Wilde, Matthias. “Differences between boys and girls in extracurricular learning settings”. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education 5.1 (2010): 51-64.
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