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Research in Chemical Education: Theoretical Frameworks
Chemical Education Research - Theoretical Frameworks for Research in Chemistry/Science Education
Improving Learning in the Laboratory Environment
Teaching in the Laboratory Environment
Theoretical Frameworks: What Are They, Why Should I Use Them, and Which One(s) Should I Use?
General chemistry students' perceptions of buffers and buffer problems
Phenomenographic Research in Chemical Education
Using concept inventories to assess students’ understanding in general chemistry classes
Phenomenographic research in chemical education
Undergraduate chemistry students’ perceptions of and misconceptions about buffers and buffer problems
Instructor perspectives of core biochemistry content knowledge and the implications for the construction of a biochemistry concept inventory
Examining researchers’ perceptions of self-assembly
Researchers’ perceptions of self-assembly: Reactions to published definitions of “self-assembly”
Researchers’ perceptions of self-assembly: Differences between life scientists and chemists
Researchers’ perceptions of self-assembly: Capturing a field in scientific revolution
Researchers’ perceptions of self-assembly: Reactions to visual representations of self-assembly
Theoretical frameworks: What are they, and why should I care?
How do students’ understandings of acids and bases change as they progress from general to organic chemistry?: A preliminary report
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