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Examining the components of fluid intelligence: implications for STEM education.
Substantial empirical evidence illustrates the significance of spatial ability for STEM academic achievement. However, it is critical that research efforts continue to identify cognitive factors which are associated with ...
Spatial working memory in mental rotations: a case for exploring neural efficiency and cognitive strategies.
Spatial ability, particularly the cognitive capacity for mental rotations, is a critical component of human cognition. Proficiency with mental rotation tasks is linked with education performance in various science, technology, ...
The importance of spatial ability within technology education
Understanding the factors that impact learners with respect to their academic achievement is critical for enhancing educational provision, and the nature of these factors can vary widely. They could be, for example, ...
The validity and reliability of online testing for the assessment of spatial ability.
The assessment of spatial skills offers significant insight into cognitive capacities associated with disciplines such as graphics, engineering and design. The operationalization of this assessment is typically seen in ...
Visualization, inductive reasoning, and memory span as components of fluid intelligence: implications for technology education.
The philosophy and epistemology of technology education are relatively unique as the subject largely focusses on acquiring task specific relevant knowledge rather than having an explicit epistemological discipline boundary. ...