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Syuhendri, S. (2017). A LEARNING PROCESS BASED ON CONCEPTUAL CHANGE APPROACH TO FOSTER CONCEPTUAL CHANGE IN NEWTONIAN MECHANICS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1497156471.pdf
Sunyono, S., Tania, L., & Saputra, A. (2016). A LEARNING EXERCISE USING SIMPLE AND REAL-TIME VISUALIZATION TOOL TO COUNTER MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT ORBITALS AND QUANTUM NUMBERS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 15(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2016. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1217772
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Ozdilek, Z. (2014). LEARNERS’ VIEWS ABOUT USING CASE STUDY TEACHING METHOD IN AN UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY COURSE. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 13(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2014. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1450981584.pdf
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Motlhabane, A. (2016). LEARNER’S ALTERNATIVE AND MISCONCEPTIONS IN PHYSICS: A PHENOMENOGRAPHIC STUDY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 15(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2016. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1217755
Maison,, Syahrial,, Syamsurizal,, & Tanti,. (2019). LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, STUDENTS’ BELIEFS, AND SELF-REGULATION IN LEARNING PHYSICS: STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 18(3), Continuous. presented at the June/2019. doi:https://doi.org/10.33225/jbse/19.18.389
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Lamanauskas, V. (2008). LEARNERS’ SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ACTIVITY AS A KEY COMPONENT OF SCIENCE EDUCATION IN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 7(3). presented at the October/2008. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404719884.pdf
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Kubiatko, M. (2015). LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS' KNOWLEDGE OF AND MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT ANIMAL MIGRATION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 14(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2015. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1180093
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Gedrovics, J., Cedere, D., & Mozeika, D. (2009). LATVIAN STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF SUBSTANCE CHANGES: LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH 1998 – 2008. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 8(2). presented at the August/2009. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404739639.pdf
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Broks, A. (2008). LET’S DEVELOP MODERN GENERAL NATURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 7(1). presented at the March/2008. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404288801.pdf
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Arslan, H. Ö., Geban, Ö., & Sağlam, N. (2015). LEARNING CYCLE MODEL TO FOSTER CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING IN CELL DIVISION AND REPRODUCTION CONCEPTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 14(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2015. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1180098
Andersson, J., & Enghag, M. (2017). THE LABORATORY WORK STYLE’S INFLUENCE ON STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(6), Continuous. presented at the December/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1513971251.pdf
Altin, H., & Pedaste, M. (2013). LEARNING APPROACHES TO APPLYING ROBOTICS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 12(3). presented at the September/2013. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1425808570.pdf