Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, Volume 6, Issue 1, Foreword (Jun., 2005)
Promoting Science Teacher Ownership through STL Teaching
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Bond-Robinson, J. (2005). Identifying Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) in the Chemistry Laboratory. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 6, N2, 83-103.

Fortus, D., Krajcik, J., Dershimer,R., Marx, R.& Mamlok-Naaman, R. (2005). Design-Based Science and Real-World Problem-Solving. International Journal of Science Education, 27, N 7, 855-879.

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Rannikmäe, M. (1998). STL Teaching - Theoretical Background and Practical Evidence. Science Education International, 9, N 4, 7-14.

Rannikmäe,M ( 2001).Operationalisation of Scientific and Technological Literacy in the Teaching of Science . PhD Thesis, University of Tartu

Rannikmäe, M.& Laius, A (2004). Can we Make Science Teaching Relevant for Students? Journal of Science Education, 5, N2, 73-77.

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Yager, E. R. & Weld, J.D. (2000). Scope, Sequence and Coordination: The Iowa project, annotional reform effort in the USA. International Journal of Science Education, 21, N2, 169-194.


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