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Bernard, P., & Dudek, K. (2017). REVISITING STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF RESEARCH SCIENTISTS – OUTCOMES OF AN INDIRECT DRAW-A-SCIENTIST TEST (InDAST). Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1503905214.pdf
Fang, S. - C., & Yu, T. - Y. (2015). A RISK PERCEPTION MODEL OF CLIMATE CHANGE FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 14(3), Continuous. presented at the June/2015. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1161061
Cencelj, Z., Kordigel-Aberšek, M., Aberšek, B., & Flogie, A. (2019). ROLE AND MEANING OF FUNCTIONAL SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGICAL AND ENGINEERING LITERACY IN PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 18(1), Continuous. presented at the February/2019. doi:https://doi.org/10.33225/jbse/19.18.132
Chiang, W. - W., Tu, F. - H., & Liu, C. - J. (2014). THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE SCRIPTS IN THE ORGANIZATION OF CAMPUS TOURS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 13(1), Continuous. presented at the February/2014. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1437062143.pdf
Mäeots, M., & Pedaste, M. (2014). THE ROLE OF GENERAL INQUIRY KNOWLEDGE IN ENHANCING STUDENTS’ TRANSFORMATIVE INQUIRY PROCESSES IN A WEB-BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 13(1), Continuous. presented at the February/2014. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1437062082.pdf
Lavonen, J., Meisalo, V., & Juuti, K. (2004). THE ROLE OF RESEARCHERS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EDUCATIONAL POLICIES: THE FINNISH LUMA PROGRAMME (1996-2002) AS A CASE STUDY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 3(2). presented at the March/2003.
Pisano, R. (2016). RUNNING DETAILS ON THE TWO MOVEMENTS IN THE INTELLECTUAL HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND IDEAS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 15(6), Continuous. presented at the December/2016. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1482502576.pdf
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Alanazi, F. H. (2018). SAUDI CHILDREN’S TAXONOMIC KNOWLEDGE OF ANIMAL SPECIES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17(3), Continuous. presented at the June/2018. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1529508794.pdf
Cheng, M. - F., Lin, J. - L., Lin, S. - Y., & Cheng, C. - H. (2017). SCAFFOLDING MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MODELING PROCESSES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1497156343.pdf
Tosun, C. (2014). A SCALE DEVELOPMENT STUDY FOR IDENTIFYING THE LEVELS OF KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND AWARENESS OF CHEMICAL HAZARD SYMBOLS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 13(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2014. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1437062933.pdf
Aberšek, B. (2016). SCHOLA LUDUS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 15(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2016. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1224387
Pečiuliauskienė, P., & Rimeika, A. (2004). SCHOOLCHILDREN‘S EXPRESSION OF ABILITIES IN THE PROCESS OF COMPLETING THE ASSIGNMENTS OF PHYSICS: A DIDACTIC ASPECT. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 3(1). presented at the March/2003. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1482419688.pdf
Lakhvich, T. (2014). SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION: HOW TO TRANSFER KNOWLEDGE?. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 13(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2014. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2015/987-1450980809.pdf
Zulfiani, Z., Suwarna, I. P., & Miranto, S. (2018). SCIENCE EDUCATION ADAPTIVE LEARNING SYSTEM AS A COMPUTER-BASED SCIENCE LEARNING WITH LEARNING STYLE VARIATIONS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2018. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1533709271.pdf
Slabin, U. (2007). SCIENCE EDUCATION AS PROBLEMATIC AREA IN MODERN EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 6(3). presented at the October/2007. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404288398.pdf
Özgüç, C. S., & Cavkaytar, A. (2015). SCIENCE EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY: A CASE STUDY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 14(6), Continuous. presented at the December/2015. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1192288
Brianzoni, V., & Cardellini, L. (2015). SCIENCE EDUCATION IN ITALY: CRITICAL AND DESIRABLE ASPECTS OF LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS. 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=1180099
van Marion, P. (2003). SCIENCE EDUCATION IN NORWAY. COUNTDOWN TO THE NEXT REFORM. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 2(2). presented at the March/2003. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1503928606.pdf
Plessis, A. D. (2018). SCIENCE EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS AND AT TERTIARY LEVEL: STATUS QUO OR EMBRACING CHANGE?. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2018. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1523526498.pdf
Prokop, P., & Usak, M. (2008). SCIENCE EDUCATION JOURNALS AND CITATION INDEXES: WHAT SHOULD WE DO?. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 7(2). presented at the August/2008. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404719475.pdf
Lakhvich, T. (2010). SCIENCE EDUCATION: REGARDING TRENDS AND MAIN PRINCIPLES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 9(3). presented at the September/2010. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1405171766.pdf
Lakhvich, T. (2010). SCIENCE EDUCATION: SEARCH FOR HARMONY AND BEAUTY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 9(2). presented at the June/2010. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1405171202.pdf
Bahar, M., Ozel, M., Prokop, P., & Usak, M. (2008). SCIENCE STUDENT TEACHERS’ IDEAS OF THE HEART. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 7(2). presented at the August/2008. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404719630.pdf
Gedrovics, J., Wäreborn, I., & Jeronen, E. (2006). SCIENCE SUBJECTS CHOICE AS A CRITERION OF STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TO SCIENCE. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(1). presented at the March/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404214474.pdf
Namsone, D. (2002). THE SCIENCE TEACHER IN THE SITUATION OF CHANGING EDUCATIONAL PARADIGM. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 1(2). presented at the October/2002. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1504180687.pdf

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