Science & Education

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Johnson P. M. & Gott R. (1996) Constructivism and evidence from children’s ideas. Science Education 80: 561–577. Fulltext at
Karakostas V. & Hadzidaki P. (2005) Realism vs. constructivism in contemporary physics: The impact of the debate on the understanding of quantum theory and its instructional process. Science & Education 14(7–8): 607–629. Fulltext at
Kelly G. (1997) Research traditions in comparative context: A philosophical challenge to radical constructivism. Science & Education 81(3): 355–375. Fulltext at
Kruckeberg R. (2006) A Deweyan perspective on science education: Constructivism, experience, and why we learn science. Science Education 15(1): 1–30.
Leach J. & Scott P. (2002) Designing and evaluating science teaching sequences: An approach drawing upon the concept of learning demand and a social constructivist perspective on learning. Studies in Science Education 38: 115–142. Fulltext at
Linn M. C. & Burbules N. C. (1993) Construction of knowledge and group learning. In: Tobin K. (ed.) The practice of constructivism in science education. AAAS Press, Washington DC: 91–119.
Louden W. & Wallace J. (1990) The constructivist paradox: Teachers’ knowledge and constructivist science teaching. Research in Science Education 20: 181–190. Fulltext at
Louden W. & Wallace J. (1994) Knowing and teaching science: The constructivist paradox. International Journal of Science Education 16: 649–657.
Maheux J.-F., Roth W.-M. & Thom J. (2010) Looking at the observer challenges to the study of conceptions and conceptual change. In: Roth W.-M. (ed.) Re/structuring science education: ReUniting sociological and psychological perspectives. Springer, Dordrecht: 201–219. Fulltext at
Marín N. (1994) A comparative study of Piagetian and constructivist work on conceptions in science. International Journal of Science Education 16(1): 1–15.
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