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2002 Volume 6, Number 3 The Tension Between HyperText Environments and Science Learning Abstract   PDF
Gregory R. MacKinnon , Charles P. McFadden , Therese Forsythe
2001 Volume 6, Number 2 The Use of the National Science Education Standards to Critique a Standardized High School Biology Examination Abstract   PDF
Julie F. Westerlund, Ph.D. , Sandra S. West, Ph.D
1998 Volume 2, Number 4 This month's contribution: Battling Windmills and Strawpersons: A reply to Illman Abstract   HTML
Wolff-Michael Roth
1998 Volume 2, Number 3 This month's contribution: "Constructivism" and cooperation between scientists and educators: A reply to Crowther Abstract   HTML
Thomas H. Illman
2008 Volume 12, Number 1 Time, staff, and contents pages Details   PDF
Michael Kamen
2007 Volume 11, Number 2 Title, staff, and contents pages Details   PDF
Michael Kamen
2004 Volume 9, Number 1 Use of Images as Reflective Discrepant Events: Pathways for Elementary Teachers to Reconsider Practice in relation to their Views of Science Teaching and Learning Abstract   PDF
Eileen R. Carlton Parsons , Gail Summer
2002 Volume 7, Number 2 Using a Laser Learning Cycle to Help Students See the Light Details   PDF
Edmund A. Marek , Jeffery Patterson
1999 Volume 3, Number 2 Using the Construction of a Science Education Web Site as a Focus of a Directed Study Course in Undergraduate Elementary Science Education Abstract   HTML
Scott P. Lewis , George E. O.Brien , Jessica George
2008 Volume 12, Number 2 Using the Reflective Teaching Model in a Year-long Professional Development: A Case Study of a Second Year Urban Elementary Teacher Abstract   PDF
Molly Weinburgh, Kathy Smith, Jennifer Clark (pseudonym)
2000 Volume 5, Number 2 Views of Science as Represented in Urban Schoolchildren's Photographs Abstract   PDF
John Settlage
2005 Volume 10, Number 1 Views on Female Under-Representation in Physics: Retraining Women or Reinventing Physics? Abstract   PDF
Z. Hazari , G. Potvin
1999 Volume 3, Number 2 Virtual Interns In The Field: Pre-Service Educators As Online Mentors To At-Risk Middle School Science Students Abstract   HTML
Joseph Winslow , Doug Smith
2002 Volume 7, Number 1 Visual Thinking Networking Promotes Problem Solving Achievement for 9th Grade Earth Science Students Abstract   PDF
Palma J. Longo , O.R. Anderson , Paul Wicht
2004 Volume 9, Number 1 What About Becoming a Science Teacher? Abstract   PDF
Rhea L. Miles , Joy N. Stapleton
2008 Volume 12, Number 2 What Makes a Topic Interesting? A Conceptual and Methodological Exploration of the Underlying Dimensions of Topic Interest Abstract   PDF
Su Swarat
1996 Volume 1, Number 1 What Prospective Teachers Enrolled in a Science Methods Course Said They Learned as a Result of Subscribing to an Electronic Discussion List Abstract   HTML
M.O. Thirunarayanan
1998 Volume 2, Number 4 What Research Says About Science Process Skills: How can teaching science process skills improve student performance in reading, language arts, and mathematics? Details   HTML
Karen Ostlund
2002 Volume 6, Number 4 Which Comes First: Computer Simulation of Dissection or a Traditional Laboratory Practical Method of Dissection Abstract   PDF
Joseph P. Apkan
2001 Volume 5, Number 4 Writing Our Lived Experience: Beyond the (Pale) Hermeneutic? Abstract   HTML
David R. Geelan , Peter C. Taylor
1998 Volume 2, Number 3 a Survey of Physics Student Attitudes on Access to Problem Solutions Abstract   HTML
Edward S. Ginsberg , Regina M. Panasuk
1997 Volume 2, Number 2 a School Science in India: Curriculum Developers/Textbook Authors' Perspectives Abstract   HTML
Ravinder Koul , Thomas M. Dana
1997 Volume 2, Number 1 a The Ranking of Global Environmental Issues and Problems by Polish Secondary Students and Teachers Abstract   HTML
Micahel Robinson , Tomasz Trojok, Ph.D. , Jan Norwisz, Ph.D.
2009 Volume 13, Number 2 A Comparison of Student Learning in STS vs Those in Directed Inquiry Classes Abstract   PDF
Robert E. Yager, Aeran Choi, Ph.D., Stuart O. Yager, Hakan Akcay
Vol 15, No 2 (2011) A learner’s tactic: How secondary students’ anthropomorphic language may support learning of abstract Science concepts Abstract   PDF
Kirk Dorion
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