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Student Expectations, University Goals: Looking for Alignment in General Education Science
by Ericson, Rebecca J., D.A.  George Mason University. 2012: 284 pages; 3505270.
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Early History of Earth Science Education in New York State (1865-1910)
by Hantz, Catherine, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2018: 152 pages; 10825281.
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Developing and supporting self-efficacy in physics undergraduates at California State University, Long Beach
by Duitsman, Brooke Erin, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 99 pages; 10147309.
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The Effects of Seductive Details in an Inflatable Planetarium
by Gillette, Sean, Ed.D.  Walden University. 2013: 294 pages; 3595482.
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Hybrid CMOS SiPIN detectors as astronomical imagers
by Simms, Lance Michael, Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2010: 247 pages; 3395872.
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The use of representations by physics graduate teaching assistants
by Pellathy, Stephen L., Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2009: 143 pages; 3384976.
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The educational function of an astronomy REU program as described by participating women
by Slater, Stephanie Jean, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2010: 208 pages; 3412598.
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Joining a discourse community: How graduate students learn to speak like astronomers
by Baleisis, Audra, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2009: 459 pages; 3356420.
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Role of multiple representations in physics problem solving
by Maries, Alexandru, Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2013: 332 pages; 3585422.
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A Domain-Specific Language for Documentation of Amateur Astronomy Observations
by Lesher, Kevin M., M.S.  Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. 2019: 162 pages; 13862164.
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The study of students attitudes and approaches to learning in an introductory physics course
by Watanabe, Erick James, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 49 pages; 10144821.
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Knowing heaven: Astronomy, the calendar, and the sagecraft of science in early imperial China
by Morgan, Daniel Patrick, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2013: 414 pages; 3606338.
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Making introductory physics labs meaningful for all students
by Dickinson, Deborah L., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 93 pages; 1596460.
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An Examination of Physics Student Participation in an Online Group Homework Forum
by Kawata, Brandon K., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 85 pages; 10751879.
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Motivating Introductory Computing Students with Pedagogical Datasets
by Bart, Austin Cory, Ph.D.  Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. 2017: 143 pages; 10647311.
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Autonomy and the Student Experience in Introductory Physics
by Hall, Nicholas Ron, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2013: 131 pages; 3602079.
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Free-choice family learning experiences at informal astronomy observing events
by Wenger, Matthew C., Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2011: 422 pages; 3488307.
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Cognitive development in introductory physics: A research-based approach to curriculum reform
by Teodorescu, Raluca Elena, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2009: 333 pages; 3359606.
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Science in the American style, 1700–1800
by McMillin, Robyn Davis, Ph.D.  The University of Oklahoma. 2009: 274 pages; 3387683.
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Representations of Feminist Theory and Gender Issues in Introductory-Level Sociology Textbooks
by Zarza, Jena Amber, M.A.  Portland State University. 2018: 166 pages; 10748392.
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A parallel comparison of views regarding student preparation for introductory college chemistry
by Pantallion, Ayanna S., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 59 pages; 1586513.
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