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Preventing Plant Blindness
Editor: Randy Moore, Biology Department, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292, Phone: (502) 852-6490, E-mail: randy.moore@louisville.edu Managing Editor: Christine Chantry Associate Editor:Expand
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Concept Mapping and the Cartography of Cognition.
This article synthesizes relevant facts, concepts, and principles from cartography and applies them to concept mapping. Expand
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Teaching Science for Understanding: A Human Constructivist View
Theoretical and Empirical Foundations of Human Constructivism J.D. Novak, The Pursuit of a Dream: Education Can Be Improved. J.J. Mintzes and J.H. Wandersee, Reform and Innovation in ScienceExpand
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Mapping Biology Knowledge
Using Concept Circle Diagramming as a Knowledge Mapping Tool and SemNet(R) Semantic Networking . Expand
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Plants or Animals-Which do Junior High School Students Prefer to Study?.
This research addressed the following questions: (1) Which science topic do junior high school students prefer to study—plants or animals? (2) Is their preference related to the variables of gradeExpand
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The two-tier instrument on photosynthesis: What does it diagnose?
The goal of this study was to understand how six college biology students complete the tasks of a traditional paper and pencil instrument designed to detect alternative conceptions aboutExpand
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Reform and Innovation in Science Teaching: A Human Constructivist View
Publisher Summary This chapter describes the origins of a human constructivist model of science teaching that can serve as an alternative to the hunches, guesses, and folklore that have guided theExpand
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Research in Science Teaching and Learning: A Human Constructivist View
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on the nature of research efforts in science education and how research can contribute to the improvement of classroom practice. The 20-year period followingExpand
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