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Vol 3, No 1 (2017)
Table of Contents
|Relationship of Middle School Student STEM Interest to Career Intent|
|Rhonda Christensen, Gerald Knezek||1-13|
|Nature of Science as Portrayed in the Middle School Science and Technology Curriculum: The Case of Turkey|
|Examining the Relationship between Middle School Students’ Critical Reading Skills, Science Literacy Skills and Attitudes: A Structural Equation Modeling|
|Ersin Karademir, Ufuk Uluçınar||29-39|
|Evaluating Middle School Students’ Spatial-Scientific Performance within Earth/Space Astronomy in Terms of Gender and Race/Ethnicity|
|Jennifer Wilhelm, Michael Toland, Merryn Cole||40-51|
|Relationships between Scientific Process Skills and Scientific Creativity: Mediating Role of Nature of Science Knowledge|
|Gokhan Ozdemir, Ayhan Dikici||52-68|
|Does Hands-on Science Practices Make an Impact on Achievement in Science? A Meta-Analysis|
|Effect of cooperative learning strategy on students’ acquisition and practice of scientific skills in Biology|
|Hanadi Chatila, Fatima Al Husseiny||88-99|
|The Effect of Active-Participant Experiments upon the Skills of Nursery Class Students to Recognize Measuring Instruments|
|Ozkan Sapsaglam, Aykut Emre Bozdogan||100-109|
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