ISSN 0950-0693, Online ISSN: 1464-5289
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Developing understanding through confronting varying views: the case of solving qualitative physics problems
Analysis of students' processes of confirmation and falsification of their prior ideas about electrostatics
Using demonstrations as a contextual road map: enhancing course continuity and promoting active engagement in introductory college physics
Buncick, M. C.; Betts, P. G.; Horgan, D. D.
If concept mapping is so helpful to learning biology, why aren't we all doing it?
Kinchin, Ian M.
The how's and why's of biological change: how learners neglect physical mechanisms in their search for meaning
Abrams, Eleanor; Southerland, Sherry
University physics students' use of models in explanations of phenomena involving interaction between metals and electromagnetic radiation
Redfors, Andreas; Ryder, Jim
The impact of concept mapping and visualization on the learning of secondary school chemistry students
Brandt, Ludo; Elen, Jan; Hellemans, Jacqueline; Heerman, Luc; Couwenberg, Ina; Volckaert, Liesbeth; Morisse, Heidi