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Note: The preceding article was also selected for a special anthology on Science Teaching in Greece, published in 2008. I find this particularly amusing, as I can now say of my work that it is “all Greek to me.”
Rudge, D.W., Pennock, P.H. & Howe, E.M. (2009). A Study on Using the History of Industrial Melanism to Teach the Nature of Science", Proceedings of the 10th International History, Philosophy Science Teaching Group Meeting, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana.
Howe, E.M. (2007). Henry David Thoreau, Forest Succession, and the Nature of Science: A Method for Curriculum Development”, (16pp.), Proceedings of the 9th International History, Philosophy Science Teaching Group Meeting, (Calgary, Alberta).
Howe, E.M. (2006). “Using Explicit and Reflective Pedagogy and the History of Science to Affect Students’ Nature of Science Conceptions: Results of an Empirical Study”, (39pp.), Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.
Howe, E.M. (2005). “Untangling Sickle-cell Anemia and the Teaching of Heterozygote Protection”, (25pp.), Proceedings of the 8th International History, Philosophy Science Teaching Group Meeting, (Leeds, England).
Howe, E.M. (2003, August). “Recapitulating the history of sickle-cell anemia research: Improving students’ NOS views explicitly and reflectively”, (21 pp.), In D. Metz (ed.) Proceedings of the 7th International History, Philosophy Science Teaching Group Meeting, (Winnipeg, Canada).
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