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Oceanography for pre-K - third grade
Demetrikopoulos, M. K., Datta, P., Pecore, J., Lamas, C., Thompson, W. D., Wright, M., & Morris, L. G. (2007). Oceanography for pre-K - third grade. Current:The Journal of Marine Education, 23(2), 42-46.
A comparison of internal dispositions and career trajectories after collaborative versus apprenticed research experiences for undergraduates
Frantz, K. J., Demetrikopoulos, M. K., Britner, S. L., Carruth, L. L., Williams, B. A., Pecore, J. L., DeHaan, R. L., & Goode, C. T. (2017). A comparison of internal dispositions and career trajectories after collaborative versus apprenticed research experiences for undergraduates. CBE - Life Sciences Education, 16(1), ar1-1. doi:10.1187/cbe.16-06-0206
Portraits of science self-efficacy
Britner, S. L., Williams, B., Pecore, J. L., Gagne, P., Demetrikopoulos, M. K., Poh, R., Carruth, L. L., Goode, C. T., DeHaan, R. L., & Frantz, K. J. (2012). Portraits of science self-efficacy: Four undergraduate women in a summer research experience. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 18(3), 273-293. doi:10.1615/JWomenMinorScienEng.2013004491
Symposium outcomes
Little, T., Dalgleish, K., Cheever, M., Mclellan, K., Strand, T., & Pecore, J. (2005). Symposium outcomes: Reconstructing the network of progressive educators. Schools: Studies in Education, 2(2), 201-206.
Development of an innovative method for analyzing the presence of environmental sustainability themes and an ecological paradigm in science content standards
Tenam-Zemach, M., Kirchgessner, M., Pecore, J., Lai, L., & Hecht, S. (2014). Development of an innovative method for analyzing the presence of environmental sustainability themes and an ecological paradigm in science content standards. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 41, 133-142. doi:10.1016/j.stueduc.2014.01.002
Build-a-brain project
Demetrikopoulos, M. K., Demetrikopoulos, J., Rose, J. D., Fobbs, Jr., A. J., Johnson, J. I., & Carruth, L. L. (2006). Build-a-brain project: Students design and model the brain of an imaginary animal. Science Scope, 29(8), 28-31.