15. The Research Base
- The Role of Research
- The Nature of the Research Literature
- Research Findings By Chapter and Section
Browse References Alphabetically by Authors
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- Damon, W. (1977). The social world of the child. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
- Rowell, J., Dawson, C. (1984). Controlling variables: Testing a programme for teaching a general solution strategy. Research in Science and Technological Education. 2(1), 37-46.
- Lijnse, P., Licht, P., de Vos, W., Waarlo A. (Eds.) (1990). Relating macroscopic phenomena to microscopic particles. Utrecht, Holland: CD-þ Press.
- Deadman, J., Kelly, P. (1978). What do secondary school boys understand about evolution and heredity before they are taught the topics?. Journal of Biological Education. 12, 7-15.
- Good, R., Trowbridge, J., Demastes, S., Wandersee, J., Hafner, M., Cummins, C. (Eds.) (1993). Proceedings of the 1992 evolution education research conference. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University.
- Hembree, R., Dessart, D. (1986). Effects of hand held calculators in precollege mathematics education: A meta-analysis. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. 17, 83-89.
- Dickinson, A.K., Lee, P.J., Rogers, P.J. (Eds.) (1984). Learning history. (pp. 39-84). London: Heinemann Educational Books.
- Donaldson, M. (1978). Children's minds. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.
- Donnelly, J.F. (1992). Technology in the school curriculum: A critical bibliography. Studies in Science Education. 20, 123-156.
- Allen, R.D., Statkiewitz, W.R., Donovan, M. (1983). Student perceptions of evidence and interpretations. In J. Novak (Ed.),. Proceedings of the international seminar: Misconceptions in science and mathematics. (pp. 79-83). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.
- Dossey, J., Mullis, I., Lindquist, M.M., Chambers, D. (1988). The mathematics report card: Trends and achievement based on the 1986 national assessment. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.
- Downey, M., Levstik,L. (1988). Teaching and learning history: The research base. Social Education. 336-342.
- Downey, M., Levstik, L. (1991). Teaching and learning history. In J. Shaver (Ed.),. Handbook of research on social studies teaching and learning. (pp. 400-410). New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
- Dreyfus, A., Jungwirth, E. (1988). The cell concept of 10th graders: Curricular expectations and reality. International Journal of Science Education. 10, 221-229.
- Dreyfus, A., Jungwirth, E. (1989). The pupil and the living cell: A taxonomy of dysfunctional ideas about an abstract idea. Journal of Biological Education. 23, 49-55.
- Jungwirth, E., Dreyfus, A. (1990). Identification and acceptance of a posteriori causal assertions invalidated by faulty enquiry methodology: An international study of curricular expectations and reality. In D. Herget (Ed.),. More history and philosophy of science in science teaching. (pp. 202-211). Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University.
- Jungwirth, E., Dreyfus, A. (1992). After this, therefore because of this: One way of jumping to conclusions. Journal of Biological Education. 26, 139-142.
- Brook, A., Driver, R. (1984). Aspects of secondary students' understanding of energy: Summary report. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Centre for Studies in Science and Mathematics Education.
- Brook, A., Driver, R. (1986). The construction of meaning and conceptual change in the classroom: Case studies on energy. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Centre for Studies in Science and Mathematics Education.
- Driver, R. (1985). Beyond appearances: The conservation of matter under physical and chemical transformations. In R. Driver, E. Guesne, & A. Tiberghien (Eds.),. Children's ideas in science. (pp. 145-169). Milton Keynes, UK: Open University Press.
- Driver, R., Guesne, E., Tiberghien, A. (1985). Some features of children's ideas and their implications for teaching. In R. Driver, E. Guesne, & A. Tiberghien (Eds.),. Children's ideas in science. (pp. 193-201). Milton Keynes, UK: Open University Press.
- Driver, R., Millar, R. (1985). Energy matters. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Centre for Studies in Science and Mathematics Education.
- Leach, J., Driver, R., Scott, P., Wood-Robinson, C. (1992). Progression in understanding of ecological concepts by pupils aged 5 to 16. Leeds, UK: The University of Leeds, Centre for Studies in Science and Mathematics Education.
- Ramadas, J., Driver, R. (1989). Aspects of secondary students' ideas about light. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Centre for Studies in Science and Mathematics Education.
- Anderson, C., Sheldon, T., Dubay, J. (1990). The effects of instruction on college nonmajors' conceptions of respiration and photosynthesis. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 27, 761-776.
- Duit, R., Goldberg, F., Niedderer, H. (Eds.) (1992). Research in physics learning: Theoretical issues and empirical studies. Kiel, Germany: Institute for Science Education at the University of Kiel.
- Kesidou, S., Duit, R. (1993). Students' conceptions of the second law of thermodynamics: An interpretive study. Journal of Research on Science Teaching. 30, 85-106.
- Pfundt, H., Duit, R. (1991). Bibliography. Students' alternative frameworks and science education. (3rd Ed.) Kiel, Germany: Institute for Science Education at the University of Kiel.
- Ruggiero, S., Cartelli, A., Dupre, F., Vicentini-Missoni, M. (1985). Weight, gravity and air pressure: Mental representations by Italian middle-school students. European Journal of Science Education. 7, 181-194.
- Duschl, R., Smith, M., Kesidou, S., Gitomer, D., Schauble, L. (1992). Assessing student explanations for criteria to format conceptual change learning environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
- Solomon, J., Duveen, J., Scot, L., McCarthy, S. (1992). Teaching about the nature of science through history: Action research in the classroom. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 29, 409-421.
- Dykstra, D., Boyle, C., Monarch, I. (1992). Studying conceptual change in learning physics. Science Education. 76, 615-652.