期刊:International Journal of Science Education 内的文献原文
1      Ecological understanding 1: ways of experiencing photosynthesis

2      High school students' use of meiosis when solving genetics problems

3      Reading for meaning: The foundational knowledge every teacher of science should have

4      Role-play or debate to promote students argumentation and justification on an issue in animal transgenesis

5      Exploring Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Science Teacher Education

6      Implementing an in-depth expanded science model in elementary schools: Multi-year findings, research issues, and policy implications

7      The place of argumentation in the pedagogy of school science

8      Beyond Construction: Five arguments for the role and value of critique in learning science

9      Exploring Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Science Teacher Education

10      `Should We Kill the Grey Squirrels?' A Study Exploring Students' Justifications and Decision-Making

11      Investigating the impact of automated feedback on students’ scientific argumentation

12      Teachers’ enactments of curriculum: Fidelity to Procedure versus Fidelity to Goal for scientific argumentation

13      Using formative assessment to promote argumentation in a university bilingual science course

14      ‘Does it answer the question or is it French fries?’: an exploration of language supports for scientific argumentation

15      What is science?: preservice elementary teachers conceptions of the nature of science

16      High school students' use of meiosis when solving genetics problems

17      Exploring teachers’ meta-strategic knowledge of science argumentation teaching with the repertory grid technique

18      Exploring Opportunities for Argumentation in Modelling Classrooms

19      Students’ understandings of nature of science and their arguments in the context of four socio-scientific issues

20      Exploring teachers’ meta-strategic knowledge of science argumentation teaching with the repertory grid technique

21      Teachers’ enactments of curriculum: Fidelity to Procedure versus Fidelity to Goal for scientific argumentation

22      Students’ understandings of nature of science and their arguments in the context of four socio-scientific issues

23      ‘Let your data tell a story:’ climate change experts and students navigating disciplinary argumentation in the classroom

24      Conceptions of learning science among high school students in Taiwan: a phenomenographic analysis

25      Students’ understandings of nature of science and their arguments in the context of four socio-scientific issues

26      Content analysis of inquiry-based tasks in high school biology textbooks in Mainland China

27      Ecological understanding 1: ways of experiencing photosynthesis

28      The influence of prior knowledge and collaborative online learning environment on students argumentation in descriptive and theoretical scientific concept.

29      Examining student conceptions of the nature of science

30      Systems thinking of pre- and in-service science and engineering teachers.