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Jeannine M. Brant11
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Susan L. Beck28
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Christine Miaskowski68
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brant j.m., beck s. & miaskowski c. (2010) Building dynamic models and theories to advance the science of symptom management research. Journal of Advanced Nursing66(1), 228–240. Abstract Title. Building dynamic models and theories to advance the science of symptommanagement research. Aim. This paper is a description, comparison, and critique of two models and two theories used to guide symptom management research, and a proposal of directions for ...
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Emilie Marie Hafner-Burton25
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David G. Victor35
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Yonatan Lupu9
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The discipline of political science has developed an active research program on international institutions. Among its top ranks are scholars who study the development, operation, spread and impact of international legal doctrine and organizations – also matters of great interest to the legal community. Meanwhile, a growing number of public international lawyers have developed an interest in political science research and methods. For more than two...
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Molly Phipps3
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ABSTRACT The decade from 1997–2007 was transformative for research into science learning in out-of-school contexts. The field transitioned from being driven by individual programmatic needs into a field with a coherent conceptual framework to guide research. These changes are documented in the research published in International Journal of Science Education, Science Education, and Journal of Research in Science Teaching...
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Abul K. M. Azad4
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Michael E. Auer7
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V. Judson Harward6
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Limited resources and other factors pose major challenges for engineering, technology, and science educators ability to provide adequate laboratory experience for students. An Internet accessible remote laboratory, which is an arrangement that allows laboratory equipment to be controlled remotely, addresses these difficulties and allows more efficient laboratory management.Internet Accessible Remote Laboratories: Scalable E-Learning Tools for Engineering and Science D...
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Richard K. Coll27
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Ian Taylor2
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Models and modelling are key tools for scientists, science teachers and science learners. In this paper we argue that classroom‐based research evidence demonstrates that the use of models and analogies within the pedagogy of science education may provide a route for students to gain some understanding of the nature of science. A common theme to emerge from the literature reviewed here is that in order to successfully develop conceptual understandings in scie...
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Nancy K. DeJarnette1
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Introduction The face of the American economy and that of the global economy has seen increasing change over the past decade (National Science Board, 2010). The trend of these economies has increased in science, technology, and innovation, as well as become more knowledge intensive. The need for professionals in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) continues to grow at a comparable rate as well to meet the demands of this high-tech gl...
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Mariona Espinet3
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Mercè Izquierdo6
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Clara Garcia-Pujol1
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In this paper we discuss the case of the science education research journal Ensenanza de las Ciencias (EC) around the issue of its internationalization and the consequences this process has had and is still having on the use and preservation of different languages and more specifically the Castilian (Spanish) language. We first frame the concept of globalization and internationalization, and identify three important dimensions involved in the process of internationalization ...
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Chen Yan1
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Qi Qing-Wen1
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Yang Guishan7
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This paper concludes the main characteristics of international wetland science research. It shows that the wetland science has a long history, slow progress of development in the past and rapid progress in modern time. It has become a key subject and research field in the science research in the world. Its content and field of the research have been enlarged. It has been strengthened in both synthesis and split research. The uneven d...
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Maura Borrego25
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Stephanie Cutler6
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Background Interdisciplinary approaches are critical to solving the most pressing technological challenges. Despite the proliferation of graduate programs to fill this need, there is little archival literature identifying learning outcomes, learning experiences, or benchmarks for evaluating interdisciplinary graduate student learning. Purpose (Hypothesis) The purpose of this study is to understand how engineering and science academics conceptualize interdisciplinary graduate educat...
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James McLurkin9
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Joshua Rykowski2
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Meagan John2
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This paper describes the experiences of using an advanced, low-cost robot in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. It presents three innovations: It is a powerful, cheap, robust, and small advanced personal robot; it forms the foundation of a problem-based learning curriculum; and it enables a novel multi-robot curriculum while fostering collaborative team work on assignments. The robot design has many features specific to educators: It i...
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