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Ludwigsburg-Lucerne Bibliography on Conceptual Change Research in the Geosciences (LLBG) Prof. Dr. S. Reinfried, PHZ Luzern   &   Dr. S. Schuler, PH Ludwigsburg

Shen, J., & Confrey, J. (2007). From conceptual change to transformative modeling: A case study of an elementary teacher in learning astronomy. Science Education, 91(6), 948-966. doi: 10.1002/sce.20224  //  g8, g9, ASTRO, MOON.

Shepardson, D., Niyogi, D., Choi, S., & Charusombat, U. (2011). Students’ conceptions about the greenhouse effect, global warming, and climate change. Climatic Change, 104(3), 481-507. doi: 10.1007/s10584-009-9786-9  //  g6, ATMOS, CLIM, CLIMCHANGE, HUMINDATM, GREENHEF.

Shepardson, D. P., Harbor, J., & Wee, B. (2005). Water Towers, Pump Houses, and Mountain Streams: Students' Ideas about Watersheds. Journal of Geoscience Education, 53(4), 381-386.  //  g6, HYDROS, HYDCYC.

Shepardson, D. P., Niyogi, D., Choi, S., & Charusombat, U. (2009). Seventh grade students' conceptions of global warming and climate change. Environmental Education Research, 15(5), 549 - 570.  //  g6, ATMOS, HUMINDATM, GREENHEF.

Shepardson, D. P., Wee, B., Priddy, M., & Harbor, J. (2007). Students' mental models of the environment. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 44(2), 327-348.  //  g6, B, ECOLOGY, ES, BIOS.

Shepardson, D. P., Wee, B., Priddy, M., Schellenberger, L., & Harbor, J. (2007). What is a watershed? Implications of student conceptions for environmental science education and the national science education standards. Science Education, 91(4), 554-578.  //  g7, ES, ECOLOGY, HYDROS, HYDCYC, RIVERS.

Shepardson, D. P., Wee, B., Priddy, M., Schellenberger, L., & Harbor, J. (2009). Water Transformation and Storage in the Mountains and at the Coast: Midwest students’ disconnected conceptions of the hydrologic cycle. International Journal of Science Education, 31(11), 1447-1471.  //  g6, HYDROS, HYDCYC.

Shipman, H. L., Brickhouse, N.W., Dagher, Z., Letts IV, W.J. (2001). Changes in student views of religion and science in a college astronomy course. Science Education, 86(4), 526-547.  //  g6, CTL, RELIGION.

Sibley, D. F. (2005). Visual Abilities and Misconceptions About Plate Tectonics. Journal of Geoscience Education, 53(4), 471-477.  //  g6, LITHOS, TECT, PLATEC.

Sibley, D. F., Anderson, C. W., Heidemann, M., Merrill, J. E., Parker, J. M., & Szymanski, D. W. (2007). Box Diagrams to Assess Students' Systems Thinking about the Rock, Water and Carbon Cycles. Journal of Geoscience Education, 55(2), 138-146.  //  g6, EARTHSYS, SYSPROP, CYCLE, LITHOS, GEOL, ROCKS, HYDROS, HYDCYC.

Simonneaux, L., Albe, V., Ducamp, C., & Simonneaux, J. (2005). Do high-school students' perceptions of science change when addressed directly by researchers? Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 1(1), 21-40.  //  g7, CSC.

Sinatra, G. M., & Mason, L. (2008). Beyond knowledge: Learner characteristics influencing conceptual change. In S. Vosniadou (Ed.), International handbook of research on conceptual change (pp. 560-582). New York: Routledge.  //  g1, CC, COSC, AFF, CTL.

Siry, C., Horowitz, G., Otulaja, F. S., Gillespie, N., Shady, A., & Augustin, L. A. (2008). Conceptual change research and science education practice: a response from educators. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 3, 451-470.  //  g1, CC.

Skamp, K. (1994). Determining misconceptions about astronomy. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 40(3), 63-67.  //  g6, P, AS, ASTRO.

Skamp, K., Boyes, E., & Stanisstreet, M. (2004). Students' ideas and attitudes about air quality. Research in Science Education, 34(3), 313-342.  //  g6, STS, ATMOS, HUMINDATM, AIRPOL, GREENHEF.

Smith, J. M., Edwards, P. M., & Raschke, J. (2006). Using Technology and Inquiry to Improve Student Understanding of Watershed Concepts. Journal of Geography, 105(6), 249-257.  //  g6, HYDROS, HYDCYC, RIVERS.

Sneider, C., Pulos, S. M. (1983). Children's cosmographies: Understanding the earth's shape and gravity. Science Education, 67(2), 205-221.  //  g6, P, M, AS, ASTRO, SHAPEEARTH.

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