Journal
Journal of Research in Science Teaching

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Fosnot C. T. (1993) Rethinking science education: A defense of Piagetian constructivism. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 30(9): 1189–1201. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2947
Good R. (1993) The many forms of constructivism. Editorial. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 30(9): 1015. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2988
Lawson A. E. (1991) Is Piaget’s epistemic subject dead? Journal of Research in Science Teaching 28(7): 581–591.
Niaz M. (1991) Role of the epistemic subject in Piaget’s genetic epistemology and its importance for science education. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 28(7): 569–580.
Niaz M. (1993) If Piaget’s epistemic subject is dead, shail we bury the scientific research methodology of idealization? Journal of Research in Science Teaching 30(7): 809–812.
O'Loughlin M. (1992) Rethinking science education: Beyond Piagetian constructivism toward a sociocultural model of teaching and learning. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 29(8): 791–820. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4027
Osborne J. (1996) Beyond constructivism. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 80(1): 53–82. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3030
Roth W.-M. (1994) Experimenting in a constructivist high school physics laboratory. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 31: 197–223.
Roth W.-M. & Lucas K. B. (1997) From “truth” to “invented reality”: A discourse analysis of high school physics students’ talk about scientific knowledge. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 34: 145–179. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6022
Staver J. R. (1998) Constructivism: Sound theory for explicating the practice of science and science teaching. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 35: 501–520. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3033
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