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Volume 28, Number 9, 14 July 2006

Why Do You “Need to Know”? Context‐based education
pp. 953-956(4)
Authors: Pilot, Albert; Bulte, Astrid

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On the Nature of “Context” in Chemical Education
pp. 957-976(20)
Author: Gilbert, John

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Contextualized Chemistry Education: The American experience
pp. 977-998(22)
Author: Schwartz, A. Truman

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Context‐based Chemistry: The Salters approach
pp. 999-1015(17)
Authors: Bennett, Judith; Lubben, Fred

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Industrial Chemistry and School Chemistry: Making chemistry studies more relevant
pp. 1017-1039(23)
Authors: Hofstein, Avi; Kesner, Miri

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“Chemie im Kontext”: A symbiotic implementation of a context‐based teaching and learning approach
pp. 1041-1062(22)
Authors: Parchmann, Ilka; Gräsel, Cornelia; Baer, Anja; Nentwig, Peter; Demuth, Reinhard; Ralle, Bernd

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A Research Approach to Designing Chemistry Education using Authentic Practices as Contexts
pp. 1063-1086(24)
Authors: Bulte, Astrid; Westbroek, Hanna; de Jong, Onno; Pilot, Albert

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