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Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|New Science Curriculum Based on Inquiry Based Learning - A Model of Modern Educational System in Republic of Macedonia|
|Science Education: Beyond a liminal Understanding of Knowledge Production and Dissemination|
|Sandra Abegglen, Jessie Bustillos||13-20|
|Development of teacher beliefs through online instruction: A one-year study of middle school science and mathematics teachers’ beliefs about teaching and learning|
|Sissy S. Wong||21-32|
|Achievement Levels of Middle School Students in the Standardized Science and Technology Exam and Formative Assessment Probes: A Comparative Study|
|Nermin Bulunuz, Omer Faruk Tavsanli, Mizrap Bulunuz, Funda Karagoz||33-50|
|Using the Scientific Method to Engage Mathematical Modeling: An Investigation of pi|
|Lester A. C. Archer, Karen Ng||51-56|
|Integrating E-books into Science Teaching by Preservice Elementary School Teachers|
|Effects of the Scientific Argumentation Based Learning Process on Teaching the Unit of Cell Division and Inheritance to Eighth Grade Students|
|Ceyda Balci, Nilgun Yenice||67-84|
|Enhancing Teacher Beliefs through an Inquiry-Based Professional Development Program|
|Tammy R. McKeown, Lisa M. Abrams, Patricia W. Slattum, Suzanne V. Kirk||85-97|
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