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Nousiainen, M. (2012). MAKING CONCEPT MAPS USEFUL FOR PHYSICS TEACHER EDUCATION: ANALYSIS OF EPISTEMIC CONTENT OF LINKS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 11(1). presented at the March/2012. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1419166729.pdf
Meerah, T. S. M., Harail, M. F. A., & Halim, L. (2012). MALAYSIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS BIOTECHNOLOGY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 11(2). presented at the June/2012. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1419167606.pdf
Toldsepp, A. (2009). THE MATHEMATICAL AND LOGICAL APPROACHES TO R&D WORK OF COMPILING CURRICULA FOR CHEMISTRY EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 8(2). presented at the August/2009. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404739889.pdf
Cavas, B. (2012). THE MEANING OF AND NEED FOR “INQUIRY BASED SCIENCE EDUCATION (IBSE)”. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 11(1). presented at the March/2012. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1419166507.pdf
Ravanis, K. (2019). MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS OF LIGHT PROPAGATION TIME FOR 10- AND 14-YEAR-OLD STUDENTS: DIDACTICAL PERSPECTIVES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 18(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2019. doi:https://doi.org/10.33225/jbse/19.18.276
Ravanis, K., Pantidos, P., & Vitoratos, E. (2010). MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS OF NINTH GRADE STUDENTS: THE CASE OF THE PROPERTIES OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 9(1). presented at the March/2010. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404741157.pdf
Gordana Miscevic Kadijevic. (2017). MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN ABOUT DIFFERENT ANIMALS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1503904873.pdf
Usak, M., & Masalimova, A. R. (2019). MENTORING ON SCIENCE TEACHER EDUCATION IN RUSSIA AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES. 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/19.18.320
Kwon, H., Lee, E., & Lee, D. (2016). META-ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INVENTION EDUCATION IN SOUTH KOREA: CREATIVITY, ATTITUDE, AND TENDENCY FOR PROBLEM SOLVING. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 15(1), Continuous. presented at the February/2016. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1196715
Cencelj, Z., Aberšek, B., Flogie, A., & Kordigel-Aberšek, M. (2020). METACOGNITIVE MODEL FOR DEVELOPING SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING FUNCTIONAL LITERACY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 19(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2020. doi:https://doi.org/10.33225/jbse/20.19.220
Runnel, M. I., Pedaste, M., & Leijen, Ä. (2013). MODEL FOR GUIDING REFLECTION IN THE CONTEXT OF INQUIRY-BASED SCIENCE EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 12(1). presented at the March/2013. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1425757877.pdf
Mohtar, L. E., Halim, L., Rahman, N. A., Maat, S. M., Iksan, Z. H., & Osman, K. (2019). A MODEL OF INTEREST IN STEM CAREERS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. 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/19.18.404
Lakhvich, T. (2017). MODELLING IN SCIENCE AND EDUCATION: THE WAY TO GET THE BETTER RESULTS IN REAL THROUGH THE USE OF AN IDEALIZED UNDERSTANDING. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(1), Continuous. presented at the February/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1493049329.pdf
Akilli, M., & Genç, M. (2017). MODELLING THE EFFECTS OF SELECTED AFFECTIVE FACTORS ON LEARNING STRATEGIES AND CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1503905406.pdf
Lamanauskas, V. (2007). MODERN SCIENCE EDUCATION AS INVESTMENT TO THE FUTURE (DEAR READERS AND WRITERS). Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 6(1). presented at the March/2007. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404286522.pdf
Slavinec, M., Aberšek, B., Gačević, D., & Flogie, A. (2019). MONODISCIPLINARITY IN SCIENCE VERSUS TRANSDISCIPLINARITY IN STEM EDUCATION. 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/19.18.435
Byman, R., Lavonen, J., Juuti, K., & Meisalo, V. (2012). MOTIVATIONAL ORIENTATIONS IN PHYSICS LEARNING: A SELF-DETERMINATION THEORY APPROACH. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 11(4). presented at the December/2012. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1419169253.pdf
Sormunen, K., & Saari, H. (2006). MOVING BEYOND TEACHING METHODS IN SCHOOL SCIENCE - EPISTEMOLOGICAL AND SOCIOCULTURAL VIEWPOINTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(2). presented at the October/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404234702.pdf
von Albedyll, A., Vogt, L., & Dreesmann, D. (2017). MUCH MORE THAN OLD WINE IN NEW SKINS: STUDENTS’ AND ADULTS’ KNOWLEDGE ON GRAPEVINE AND VINEYARDS AS A STARTING POINT FOR NEW TOPICS IN SCHOOL. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1503905462.pdf
Balog, A., Pribeanu, C., Lamanauskas, V., & Šlekienė, V. (2013). A MULTIDIMENSIONAL MODEL FOR THE EXPLORATION OF NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES AS PERCEIVED BY STUDENTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 12(3). presented at the September/2013. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1425808627.pdf