Acceptance of Remote Experiments in Secondary Students

Nikos Dintsios, Stamatia Artemi, Hariton Polatoglou


In this work, we present research results concerning students’ acceptance of the implementation of remote experiments in secondary education. We discuss-analyze two discrete ways of conducting remote experiments and we compare the pertinent data on acceptance. Disparities emerge when the same remote experiments are used as demonstration experiments in classroom and by the students from their own place (assigned homework). The latter seems to be more the favorable for the students to participate in remote experimentation.


remote experiments; demonstration experiments; students’ acceptance; access time

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 2626-8493
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