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Park, J., Park, Y. - S., Kim, Y., Park, J., & Jeong, J. - S. (2014). THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KOREAN TEACHING OBSERVATION PROTOCOL (KTOP) FOR IMPROVING SCIENCE TEACHING AND LEARNING. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 13(2), Continuous. presented at the April/2014. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1101952
Andjić, B., Cvijetićanin, S., Hayhoe, S., Grujičić, R., & Stešević, D. (2019). DICHOTOMOUS KEYS IN THE BOTANICAL LEARNING OF NON-VISUAL (BLIND) PEOPLE. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 18(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2019. doi:https://doi.org/10.33225/jbse/19.18.668
Machková, V., & Bílek, M. (2013). DIDACTIC ANALYSIS OF THE WEB ACID-BASE TITRATION SIMULATIONS APPLIED IN PRE-GRADUATE CHEMISTRY TEACHERS EDUCATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 12(6), Continuous. presented at the December/2013. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstract.php?icid=1080632
Eger, L., Klement, M., Tomczyk, Ł., Pisoňová, M., & Petrová, G. (2018). DIFFERENT USER GROUPS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND THEIR ICT COMPETENCE: EVIDENCE FROM THREE COUNTRIES IN CENTRAL EUROPE. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17(5), Continuous. presented at the October/2018. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1539418548.pdf
Lavonen, J. (2011). DIFFERENT WAYS OF DESCRIBING EXPECTED STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES IN SCIENCE. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 10(1). presented at the March/2011. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstracted.php?level=5&icid=939730
Alghamdi, A. H. K., & Azam, S. (2018). DIFFERENTIATION IN SAUDI PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHER PROGRAM. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17(3), Continuous. presented at the June/2018. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1529508952.pdf
Jandric, P. (2012). THE DIFFUSIONIST-EVOLUTIONIST MODEL OF E-LEARNING DEVELOPMENT. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 11(1). presented at the March/2012. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstracted.php?level=5&icid=988263
Lamanauskas, V. (2011). DIGITAL EDUCATION: SOME IMPLICATIONS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 10(4). presented at the December/2011. Retrieved from http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/abstracted.php?level=5&icid=972557
Nazaruk, S. K., & Klim-Klimaszewska, A. (2017). DIRECT LEARNING ABOUT NATURE IN 6-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN LIVING IN URBAN AND RURAL ENVIRONMENTS AND THE LEVEL OF THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 16(4), Continuous. presented at the August/2017. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1503905027.pdf
Utomo, A. P., & Narulita, E. (2018). DIVERSIFICATION OF REASONING SCIENCE TEST ITEMS OF TIMSS GRADE 8 BASED ON HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS: A CASE STUDY OF INDONESIAN STUDENTS. Journal of Baltic Science Education, Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17(1), Continuous. presented at the February/2018. Retrieved from http://oaji.net/articles/2017/987-1519060370.pdf
Herga, N. R., Glažar, S. A., & Dinevski, D. (2015). DYNAMIC VISUALIZATION IN THE VIRTUAL LABORATORY ENHANCES THE FUNDAMENTAL UNDERSTANDING OF CHEMICAL CONCEPTS. 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=1161062

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