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Open Access Content

The Science Education Review provides full-text, open access to all papers for which our author charge has been paid, as well as other selected papers. In addition, our open access papers are made available to Google Scholar for indexing.

Bello, J., Butler, C., Radavich, R., York, A., Oseto, C., Orvis, K., & Pittendrigh, B. (2007).Genomics analogy model for educators (GAME): VELCRO® analogy model to enable the learning of DNA arrays for visually impaired and blind students. The Science Education Review, 6, 123:1-123:12. Full text

Butler, C., Bello, J., York, A., Orvis, K., & Pittendrigh, B. R. (2008). Genomics analogy model for educators (GAME): Fuzzy DNA model to enable the learning of gene sequencing by visually-impaired and blind students. The Science Education Review, 7, 52:1-52:9. Full text

Clary, R. M., & Wandersee, J. H. (2006). A writing template for probing students' geological sense of place. The Science Education Review, 5, 51-59. Full text

Clary, R. M., & Wandersee, J. H. (2009). Incorporating informal learning environments and local fossil specimens in Earth Science classrooms: A recipe for success. The Science Education Review, 8, 47-57. Full text

Dass, P. M., & Yager, R. E. (2009). Professional development of science teachers: History of reform and contributions of the STS-based Iowa Chautauqua program. The Science Education Review, 8, 99-111. Full text

Duran, E., Ballone Duran, L., & Worch, E. A. (2009). Papier-mâché animals: An integrating theme for elementary classrooms. The Science Education Review, 8, 19-29. Full text

Eastwell, P. H., & Rennie, L. (2002). Using enrichment and extracurricular activities to influence secondary students’ interest and participation
in science. The Science Education Review, 1, 149:1-149:16. Full text

Eastwell, P. H. (2007). Bernoulli? Perhaps, but what about viscosity? The Science Education Review, 6, 1-13. Full text

Eastwell, P. H. (2010). The scientific method: Critical yet misunderstood. The Science Education Review, 9, 8-12. Full text

Eastwell, P. H. (2011). Supernatural explanations: Science or not? The Science Education Review, 10, 17-26. Full text

Frazier, W. M., & Murray, K. B. (2009). Science poetry in two voices: Poetry and the nature of science. The Science Education Review, 8, 58-78. Full text

Hodson, D. (2004). Going beyond STS: Towards a curriculum for sociopolitical action. The Science Education Review, 3, 2-7. Full text

Inquiry Learning: A Discussion. (2007-2008). Full text

Kadis, C., & Avraamidou, L. (2008). Outdoors environmental education for the service of peace: Lessons from a 2-year youth program for reconciliation in Cyprus. The Science Education Review, 7, 64-71. Full text

Keller, H. E., & Keller, E. E. (2005). Making real virtual labs. The Science Education Review, 4, 2-11. Full text

Lasry, N. (2012). The magic of science through the science of magic. The Science Education Review, 11, 44-47. Full text

Lawson, A. E. (2008). What are null hypotheses? The reasoning linking scientific and statistical hypothesis testing. The Science Education Review, 7, 106-112. Full text

Milner-Bolotin, M. (2009). Exploring scaling: From concept to applications. The Science Education Review, 8, 112-119. Full text

Molki, A. (2010). Simple demonstration of the Seebeck effect. The Science Education Review, 9, 103-107. Full text

Moore R. (2006). What uncouples students’ goals from students’ outcomes in introductory biology courses? The Science Education Review, 5, 16:1-16:7. Full text

Powers, K. E., Prather, L. A., Cook, J. A., Woolley, J., Bart, H. L., Jr., Monfils, A. K., & Sierwald, P. (2014). Revolutionizing the use of natural history collections in education. The Science Education Review, 13(2), 24–33. Full text

Sherman, A., & MacDonald, A. L. (2008). The use of science kits in the professional development of rural elementary school teachers. The Science Education Review, 7, 91-105. Full text

Wiles, J. R. (2010). Overwhelming scientific confidence in evolutionary theory and its centrality in science education--And the public disconnect. The Science Education Review, 9, 18-27. Full text