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2006
Pečiuliauskienė, P., & Barkauskaitė, M. (2006). OPERATION OF EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING SCIENCES IN LITHUANIAN PRIMARY AND BASIC SCHOOL. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(1). presented at the March/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404214150.pdf
Mumba, F., Chabalengula, V. M., & Hunter, W. (2006). A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ZAMBIAN HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS TEXTBOOKS, SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATIONS FOR SCIENTIFIC LITERACY THEMES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(2). presented at the October/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404235010.pdf
Gedrovics, J. (2006). REGIONAL AND GROUP DIFFERENCES IN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE PROJECT ROSE IN LATVIA. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(1). presented at the March/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404214271.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
Prokop, P., & Fančovičová, J. (2006). STUDENTS’ IDEAS ABOUT THE HUMAN BODY: DO THEY REALLY DRAW WHAT THEY KNOW?. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(2). presented at the October/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404235145.pdf
Unal, G., & Akpinar, E. (2006). TO WHAT EXTENT SCIENCE TEACHERS ARE CONSTRUCTIVIST IN THEIR CLASSROOMS?. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(2). presented at the October/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404234765.pdf
Senocak, E., & Unal, C. (2006). TURKISH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ON THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE PROCESS OF THEIR LEARNING. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 5(1). presented at the March/2006. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2014/987-1404214335.pdf
2005
Ušeckienė, L., & Targamadzė, V. (2005). CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION IN LITHUANIA. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481285231.pdf
Lamanauskas, V., & Vilkonis, R. (2005). THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LEARNERS’ (FORMS 5 TO 12) INTERACTION WITH NATURE: THE EVALUATION ASPECTS OF BEHAVIOURAL SITUATIONS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481285146.pdf
Popov, O., & Bogdanov, S. (2005). THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROSPECTIVE SCIENCE TEACHERS’ SKILLS OF WRITTEN EXPLANATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049750.pdf
Toshev, B. V. (2005). DEAR READERS AND WRITERS!. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049108.pdf
Tsaparlis, G. (2005). DEAR READERS AND WRITERS!. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481284646.pdf
Tuysuz, C., Akcay, H., & Aydin, H. (2005). THE EFFECT OF THE “HYBRID MODEL” ON THE 7th AND 8th YEAR TURKISH STUDENTS’ SUCCESS RELATED TO THE CHEMISTRY SUBJECTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481284991.pdf
Seetso, I., & Taiwo, A. (2005). AN EVALUATION OF BOTSWANA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481284752.pdf
Lundin, M., & Lindahl, M. (2005). EXPERIENCES AND THEIR ROLE IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049603.pdf
Jonāne, L. (2005). FINDING POSSIBILITIES TO IMPROVE SCIENCE EDUCATION IN HIGH SCHOOL AND GYMNASIUM. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049981.pdf
Pekel, F. O. (2005). HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ AND TRAINEE SCIENCE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF OZONE LAYER DEPLETION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049405.pdf
Dzerviniks, J. (2005). IMPROVING METHODOLOGY OF DEMONSTRATION EXPERIMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF PUPILS’ KNOWLEDGE, COMPREHENSION AND SKILLS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481284833.pdf
Gedrovics, J. (2005). NATURE SCIENCE NOT ONLY FOR SCIENTISTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2020/987-1579196557.pdf
Yandila, C. D., Nkumba, M. P., & Kazoozu, M. (2005). THE OPINIONS OF PHYSICS TEACHERS ON THE NATURE OF THE CONTENT OF PHYSICS SENIOR SECONDARY SYLLABI AND RESOURCES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481050100.pdf
Enghag, M., & Niedderer, H. (2005). PHYSICS LEARNING WITH EXPLORATORY TALKS DURING A MINI-PROJECT - A CASE STUDY OF FOUR GIRLS WORKING WITH ELECTRIC CIRCUITS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049284.pdf
Hakkarainen, O., & Ahtee, M. (2005). PUPILS’ MENTAL MODELS OF A PULLEY IN BALANCE. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(2). presented at the October/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481284915.pdf
Jenkins, E. W. (2005). THE STUDENT VOICE IN SCIENCE EDUCATION: RESEARCH AND ISSUES. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049507.pdf
Mammino, L., & Cardellini, L. (2005). STUDYING STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE MICROSCOPIC AND THE MACROSCOPIC DESCRIPTIONS IN CHEMISTRY. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 4(1). presented at the March/2005. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2016/987-1481049883.pdf

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