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Journal of Baltic Science Education

Number Vol. 13-6, 2014

  • 764–766
    SCIENTIFIC THINKING: THE BACKBONE OF MODERN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
    Authors: Andris Broks
    Number of views: 361
  • 767–775
    THE EFFECTS OF 3D PLASTIC MODELS OF ANIMALS AND CADAVERIC DISSECTION ON STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE INTERNAL ORGANS OF ANIMALS
    Authors: Jana Fančovičová, Pavol Prokop
    Number of views: 316
  • 776–788
    PEER INSTRUCTION IN THE PHYSICS CLASSROOM: EFFECTS ON GENDER DIFFERENCE PERFORMANCE, CONCEPTUAL LEARNING, AND PROBLEM SOLVING
    Authors: Tolga Gok
    Number of views: 387
  • 789–801
    THE EFFECT OF MICROTEACHING ON THE TEACHING SKILLS OF PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS
    Authors: Selda Bakır
    Number of views: 504
  • 802-808
    DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF AN INSTRUMENT MEASURING ANXIETY TOWARD BIOLOGY LABORATORY CLASSES AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
    Authors: Namudar İzzet Kurbanoğlu
    Number of views: 163
  • 809–820
    DEVELOPING THE CONTEXT-BASED CHEMISTRY MOTIVATION SCALE: VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY ANALYSIS
    Authors: Ayşem Seda Önen, Fatma Merve Ulusoy
    Number of views: 438
  • 821–827
    COMPARING MALE AND FEMALE PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS‘ UNDERSTANDING OF THE PARTICULATE NATURE OF MATTER
    Authors: Frackson Mumba, Vivien Mweene Chabalengula, Asiana Banda
    Number of views: 293
  • 828–838
    YOUNG CHILDREN’S IDEAS ABOUT SNAIL INTERNAL ANATOMY
    Authors: Eliza Rybska, Sue Dale Tunnicliffe, Zofia Anna Sajkowska
    Number of views: 365
  • 839–855
    ASSESSING THE STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING RELATED TO MOLECULAR GEOMETRY USING A TWO-TIER DIAGNOSTIC TEST
    Authors: Melis Arzu Uyulgan, Nalan Akkuzu, Şenol Alpat
    Number of views: 347
  • 856–869
    EVALUATING MEASUREMENT PROPERTIES OF ATTITUDINAL ITEMS RELATED TO LEARNING SCIENCE IN TAIWAN FROM TIMSS 2007
    Authors: Pey-Yan Liou
    Number of views: 284
  • 870–882
    EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS AMONG TURKISH PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS’ CONCEPTIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING, SCIENTIFIC EPISTEMOLOGICAL BELIEFS AND SCIENCE TEACHING EFFICACY BELIEFS
    Authors: Eralp Bahcivan
    Number of views: 351
  • 883–895
    OBSTACLES MODELLING REALITY: TWO EXPLORATORY STUDIES ON PHYSICS DEFINED AND UNDEFINED PROBLEMS
    Authors: María Elena Truyol, Vicente Sanjosé, Zulma Gangoso
    Number of views: 426

Number Vol. 13-5, 2014

  • 592–595
    SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION: HOW TO TRANSFER KNOWLEDGE?
    Authors: Todar Lakhvich
    Number of views: 315
  • 596–607
    SURVEY OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF OXIDATION-REDUCTION REACTION
    Authors: Wen-Wei Chiang, Mei-Hung Chiu, Shiao-Lan Chung, Chun-Keng Liu
    Number of views: 365
  • 608-621
    THE EFFECTS OF MULTIMEDIA LEARNING MATERIAL ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCIENCE COURSES
    Authors: Orhan Ercan
    Number of views: 166
  • 622–636
    UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ CONCEPTIONS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS LEARNING
    Authors: Serkan Kapucu
    Number of views: 330
  • 637–649
    A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF HORTICULTURAL ACTIVITIES ON PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN’S SELF-CONCEPT, WELL-BEING AND EFFECTIVENESS
    Authors: Mei-Lun Chen, Shi-Jer Lou, Wei-Fang Tsai, Chih-Cheng Tsai
    Number of views: 417
  • 650–661
    FOSTERING STUDENT’S CREATIVE AND PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS THROUGH A HANDS-ON ACTIVITY
    Authors: Ruey-Shyy Shieh, Wheijen Chang
    Number of views: 304
  • 662–673
    USING CONCEPT MAPPING FOR ASSESSMENT IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
    Authors: Katrin Soika, Priit Reiska
    Number of views: 378
  • 674–694
    TEACHER EDUCATORS’ VIEWS OF “MODEL” CONCEPT AND THEIR MENTAL MODELS
    Authors: Suat Unal, Gunay Palıc Sadoglu, Ummu Gulsum Durukan
    Number of views: 274
  • 695–708
    LEARNERS’ VIEWS ABOUT USING CASE STUDY TEACHING METHOD IN AN UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY COURSE
    Authors: Zehra Ozdilek
    Number of views: 352
  • 709–725
    CONCEPTS OF VEGETABLE AND FRUIT IN PRESCHOOL AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
    Authors: Hüseyin Eş
    Number of views: 297
  • 726–739
    PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN’S IDEAS OF MIXING AND OF HEAT AS EXPRESSED IN A CLASSROOM SETTING
    Authors: Jesper Haglund, Fredrik Jeppsson, Johanna Andersson
    Number of views: 263
  • 740–755
    DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A COMPETENCE-BASED TEACHING PROCESS FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
    Authors: Dragica Pešaković, Andrej Flogie, Boris Aberšek
    Number of views: 357

Number Vol. 13-4, 2014

  • 444-447
    SEMANTIC DIFFICULTIES IN SCIENCE AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION
    Authors: Abdelkader Anakkar
    Number of views: 269
  • 448-457
    ARE STORKS HOMOSEXUALS? PERSISTENCE OF MISCONCEPTIONS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
    Authors: Milan Kubiatko, Kristyna Balatova
    Number of views: 321
  • 458-468
    TEACHERS’ VIEWS ABOUT PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING THROUGH CONCEPT CARTOONS
    Authors: Ali Gunay Balim, Suat Turkoguz, Ummuhan Ormanci, Sevinc Kacar, Ertug Evrekli, Erkan Ozcan
    Number of views: 478
  • 469-482
    SUSTAINABILITY IN SCHOOLS OF EDUCATION IN TURKEY: IN THE WORDS OF LECTURERS
    Authors: Bülent Cavas, Hamide Ertepinar, Gaye Teksoz
    Number of views: 276
  • 483-496
    TURKISH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS’ CONCEPTIONS AND MODELLING OF CHEMICAL BONDS
    Authors: Aytekin Cokelez, Burçkin Dal, Gonca Harman
    Number of views: 313
  • 497-507
    AN EXAMINATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ SMOKING BEHAVIOR BY USING THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR
    Authors: Dilek Sultan Acarli, Melek Yaman Kasap
    Number of views: 311
  • 508-522
    STUDYING THE PUBLIC OPINION OF GEOGRAPHY AS A SUBJECT AND ITS KNOWLEDGE ELEMENTS: A CASE OF HUNGARY
    Authors: Erika Homoki, László Sütő
    Number of views: 344
  • 523-534
    THE COGNITIVE ACCELERATION CURRICULUM AS A TOOL FOR OVERCOMING DIFFICULTIES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INQUIRY SKILLS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
    Authors: Muhamad Hugerat, Naim Najami, Mahmood Abbasi, Iyad Dkeidek
    Number of views: 597
  • 535-543
    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON LEARNING OUTCOMES IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN SLOVENIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF MATERIAL WORK CONDITIONS
    Authors: Irena Delčnjak Smrečnik, Samo Fošnarič, Branka Čagran
    Number of views: 259
  • 544-558
    UPPER SECONDARY STUDENTS` SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF BOTH THEIR COMPETENCE IN PROBLEM SOLVING, DECISION MAKING AND REASONING WITHIN SCIENCE SUBJECTS AND THEIR FUTURE CAREERS
    Authors: Regina Soobard, Miia Rannikmäe
    Number of views: 292
  • 559-572
    STUDENTS AND STUDENT TEACHERS´ ABILITY TO NAME ANIMALS IN ECOSYSTEMS: A PERSPECTIVE OF ANIMAL KNOWLEDGE AND BIODIVERSITY
    Authors: Eija Yli-Panula, Eila Matikainen
    Number of views: 382
  • 573-582
    STUDENT DIFFICULTIES IN SOLVING PROBLEMS CONCERNING SPECIAL RELATIVITY AND POSSIBLE REASONS FOR THESE DIFFICULTIES
    Authors: Zafer Tanel
    Number of views: 348

Number Vol. 13-3, 2014

  • 296-297
    SCIENTIFIC PRACTICES AS CULTURAL ACTIVITIES: A CHALLENGE AND AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EDUCATION
    Authors: Peter Heering
    Number of views: 299
  • 298-315
    CONCEPTUAL CHANGE ACTIVITIES ALLEVIATING MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
    Authors: Achillefs Kapartzianis, Jeanne Kriek
    Number of views: 270
  • 316-326
    EXPLORING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ IDEAS ABOUT THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM BY USING THE DRAWING METHOD
    Authors: Fatma Sasmaz Oren, Ummuhan Ormanci
    Number of views: 283
  • 327-338
    THE EFFECTS OF SIMULATION-BASED AND MODEL-BASED EDUCATION ON THE TRANSFER OF TEACHING WITH REGARD TO MOON PHASES
    Authors: Sedat Uçar
    Number of views: 342
  • 339-350
    TEACHING NATURE OF SCIENCE THROUGH CONCEPTUAL CHANGE APPROACH: CONCEPTUAL CHANGE TEXTS AND CONCEPT CARTOONS
    Authors: Emine Çil
    Number of views: 324
  • 351-360
    DEVELOPING EXPLANATORY MODELS OF MAGNETIC PHENOMENA THROUGH MODEL-BASED INQUIRY
    Authors: Meng-Fei Cheng, Jang-Long Lin, Ying-Chi Chang, Hsiao-Wen Li, Tsung-Yu Wu, Deng-Min Lin
    Number of views: 450
  • 361-380
    IMPACT OF MULTIMEDIA ASSISTED TEACHING ON STUDENT ATTITUDES TO SCIENCE SUBJECTS
    Authors: Ján Záhorec, Alena Hašková, Martin Bílek
    Number of views: 382
  • 381-393
    RESEARCH ON THE PSEUDO-SCIENTIFIC BELIEFS OF PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS: A SAMPLE FROM ASTRONOMY-ASTROLOGY
    Authors: Aysun Oztuna Kaplan
    Number of views: 271
  • 394-410
    EFFECTS OF MEANINGFUL LEARNING ON CONCEPTUAL PERCEPTIONS RELATED TO “FORCE AND MOTION”: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY FOR PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS
    Authors: Murat Demirbaş
    Number of views: 421
  • 411-424
    INTRODUCING SELF-REGULATED LEARNING INTO EARLY PHYSICS TEACHING IN SERBIA: DESIGN, INITIAL IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF A MULTI-STAGE SEQUENCE OF HOMEWORK AND CLASSWORK
    Authors: Jelena Radovanović, Josip Sliško
    Number of views: 280
  • 425-435
    DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY SCALE FOR ADULTS (ELSA)
    Authors: Elif Atabek-Yiğit, Nesibe Köklükaya, Melike Yavuz, Eda Demirhan
    Number of views: 297

Number Vol. 13-2, 2014

  • 152-154
    A CONTEXT-BASED APPROACH TO SCIENCE TEACHING
    Authors: Jack Holbrook
    Number of views: 237
  • 155-164
    INVESTIGATING GRADE 10 LEARNERS’ ACHIEVEMENTS IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS USING CONCEPTUAL CHANGE MODEL
    Authors: Benedict Tlala, Israel Kibirige, Joseph Osodo
    Number of views: 369
  • 165-181
    A SCALE DEVELOPMENT STUDY FOR IDENTIFYING THE LEVELS OF KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND AWARENESS OF CHEMICAL HAZARD SYMBOLS
    Authors: Cemal Tosun
    Number of views: 320
  • 182-190
    EXAMINING THE EXPERIENCES OF CAREER GUIDANCE, VOCATIONAL SELF-CONCEPT, AND SELF-PERCEIVED EMPLOYABILITY AMONG SCIENCE EDUCATION MAJORS IN TAIWAN
    Authors: Ya-Ling Wu, Yu-Lin Tsai, Cheng-Wu Chen
    Number of views: 293
  • 191-200
    CHANGING PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S REPRESENTATIONS OF LIGHT: A SCRATCH BASED TEACHING APPROACH
    Authors: Vassiliki Ntalakoura, Konstantinos Ravanis
    Number of views: 257
  • 201-215
    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ PHYSICS ANXIETY AND DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES
    Authors: Mehmet Şahin
    Number of views: 250
  • 216-230
    TURKISH TEACHERS’ OPINIONS ABOUT SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY-SOCIETY-ENVIRONMENT ACQUISITIONS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COURSE CURRICULUM
    Authors: Dilek Erduran Avci, Nazmiye Sadiye Onal, Muhammet Usak
    Number of views: 309
  • 231-242
    CREATIVE THINKING LEVELS OF PRESERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS IN TERMS OF DIFFERENT VARIABLES
    Authors: Selda Bakır, Esra Öztekin
    Number of views: 323
  • 243-258
    EFFECTS OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT PROBES INTEGRATED IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR HANDS-ON SCIENCE: MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS' UNDERSTANDING
    Authors: Nermin Bulunuz, Mızrap Bulunuz, Hanife Peker
    Number of views: 270
  • 259-275
    THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KOREAN TEACHING OBSERVATION PROTOCOL (KTOP) FOR IMPROVING SCIENCE TEACHING AND LEARNING
    Authors: Jongwon Park, Young-Shin Park, Youngmin Kim, Jongseok Park, Jin-Su Jeong
    Number of views: 279
  • 276-288
    EXAMINATION OF PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS’ UNDERSTANDING LEVELS OF KEPLER’S LAWS WITH RANKING TASK QUESTIONS
    Authors: Derya Çobanoğlu Aktan, Emrah Oğuzhan Dinçer
    Number of views: 317


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