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1 56 VITAL Maths: Visual Technology for the Autonomous Learning of Mathematics Helmut Linneweber-Lammerskitten, Marc Schafer, Duncan Samson South Africa
2 57 Shifting the Emphasis from Cognition to non cognitive Values in Science Education:A Case for the Inclusion of Critical Pedagogy in the Science Curriculum Grace Sirju-Charran Trinidad
3 63 Using Role Play in the Teaching and Learning of Kinematics at O Level Mohun Cyparsade, Unniswar Chummun, Sandiren Carooppunnen,Kavish Moheeput
4 69 Improved Science Assessments Using Student Perceptions Rekha Koul, Darrell L Fisher Australia
Greening the Engineering Curriculum: A case Study from electronics and Communication Stream
Seemin Rubab
6 72 Role play based approach for elementary astronomy education Venkateswaran TV India
7 73 Implications of cognitive studies for teaching physics problem-solving: a review Lakhan Lal Yadav Rwanda
8 79 Opportunity to learn science in the classroom: an implemented curriculum perspective Neelam Kher, William Schmidt, Richard Houang U.S.A
9 83 Multiple choice questions and interview as a combined tool for unraveling students' cognitive processes in physics Balasubrahmanya Hegde, Meera B N India
10 86 Exploring the structure of knowledge organisation in physics learning Chandrika B N, Meera B N India
11 89 Towards an Epistemological Map of Curriculum in School Mathematics Stephen Thornton Australia
12 91 Does the classroom practice of science teachers reflect their conceptions regarding the Nature of Science (NOS)? Raj Kurup, Paul Webb South Africa
13 92 The Social Semiotics of Mathematics Classroom Discourse Elizabeth de Freitas USA
14 93 Programs to Increase Stem Graduates: An Evaluation of the Engineers of Tomorrow Project Neelam Kher, Susan Molstad, Reagan Curtis, Gary Winn
15 95 Instructional Sequences:Confronting Conceptions of Learning & Teaching Anjana Arora USA
16 99 Using Diagrams as an Effective Pedagogic Tool in Elementary Astronomy Shamin Padalkar, Jayashree Ramadas India
17 100 Conceptions of Nature of Science of Pre service Teachers: Implications for Science Teacher Preparation Programme Bharti Dogra India
18 101 Construction of An Achievement Test Measuring Academic Performance In Environmental Knowledge Madhumala Sengupta, Mrinal Mukhopadhyay,Pintu kumar Maji
19 103 Learning mathematics and language at the same time: an initial theorisation Richard Barwell Canada
20 104 Strategies to Promote the Introduction of Dialogic Teaching in Multilingual Mathematics Classes: A Case Study Lyn Webb, Paul Webb South Africa
21 106 Can assessment reform serve as an entry point to sustainable change in education that can be institutionalised? part I Aanchal Chomal, Anant Gangola, Saurabh Rai, Jagmohan Kathait, Rajiv Sharma
22 107 Students' understanding of irrational numbers Revathy Parameswaran India
Giraffes don't stretch their necks any more: Useful pieces of knowledge about natural selection
Aditi Wagh
24 110 Can assessment reform serve as an entry point to sustainable change in education that can be institutionalised? part ii Aanchal Chomal, Anant Gangola, Saurabh Rai, Jagmohan Kathait, Rajiv Sharma
25 113 On new system of Grading for Students' learning of Physics Atul Mody India
Understanding Environment: A Study of the Urban Poor Children
Gobind Pal
27 118 Raising students' cognitive levels, extending level of textbook questions: Can we do both? Usha Viswanathan, Sahana Murthy India
28 119 Educating the Rainbow: Towards an All Inclusive Approach to Assessment in School Science Vandana Saxena India
120 An Analysis of Growth of Knowledge in Terms of Predicates Meena Kharatmal, Nagarjuna G. India
30 121 Thinking through design: Teachers explore a design and make task Vasant Shastri, Ritesh Khunyakari, Sugra Chunawala, Chitra Natarajan
31 122 Teaching Feminist Science Studies in India: An Experiment Chayanika Shah, Gita Chadha India
32 126 Enabling Authentic Scientific Practices Through a High School Robotic Club Geeta Verma, Anton Puvirajah,Price Webb
33 131 Importance of Data in Teacher Training: Two Case Studies Somnath Sarkar, Richard Frazier USA
34 132 Effectiveness of Pictorial Concept Mapping in the Teaching of Science Bijoy Thomas, Geeta Thakur India
35 133 Students as Users and Designers: Product Evaluation and Redesign by Indian Middle School Students Farhat Ara, Sugra Chunawala India
36 135 Science talk in the inquiry classroom: An analysis of teachers' questions and purposes Aisha Kawalkar, Jyotsna Vijapurkar India
37 138 Science Education and Nature of Science: A review with reference to Indian Context Ajeet Rai India
38 140 CVIF Dynamic Learning Program: A Systems Approach to Process-Induced Learning Maria Victoria Bernido, Christopher Bernido Philippines
145 An analysis of graphs in school textbooks Amit Dhakulkar, Nagarjuna G India
40 150 Probing students' affective domain in an ICT-enriched course Madhulika Goyal, Sahana Murthy India
41 151 Placing information on pegs of time: How to use what we know about serial order memory for better representation and retrieval of knowledge Shriradha Sengupta U.S.A
42 153 Space-Machine Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Gourshyam Hidam India



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