Lawrence C. Scharmann

Affiliations: 
Department of Secondary Education Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, United States 
Area:
Foreign Language Education, Bilingual and Multicultural Education, Language and Literature Education
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Yang C, Noh T, Scharmann LC, et al. (2014) A Study on the Elementary School Teachers' Awareness of Students' Alternative Conceptions about Change of States and Dissolution Asia-Pacific Education Researcher. 23: 683-698
Southerland SA, Scharmann LC. (2013) Acknowledging the Religious Beliefs Students Bring Into the Science Classroom: Using the Bounded Nature of Science Theory Into Practice. 52: 59-65
Winslow MW, Staver JR, Scharmann LC. (2011) Evolution and personal religious belief: Christian university biology-related majors' search for reconciliation Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 48: 1026-1049
Kang H, Scharmann LC, Kang S, et al. (2010) Cognitive conflict and situational interest as factors influencing conceptual change International Journal of Environmental and Science Education. 5: 383-405
Scharmann LC. (2007) A dynamic professional development school partnership in science education Journal of Educational Research. 100: 235-242
James MC, Scharmann LC. (2007) Using analogies to improve the teaching performance of preservice teachers Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 44: 565-585
Kang S, Scharmann LC, Noh T, et al. (2005) The influence of students' cognitive and motivational variables in respect of cognitive conflict and conceptual change International Journal of Science Education. 27: 1037-1058
Scharmann LC, Smith MU, James MC, et al. (2005) Explicit reflective nature of science instruction: Evolution, intelligent design, and umbrellaology Journal of Science Teacher Education. 16: 27-41
Kang S, Scharmann LC, Noh T. (2005) Examining students' views on the nature of science: Results from Korean 6th, 8th, and 10th graders Science Education. 89: 314-334
Scharmann LC. (2005) A proactive strategy for teaching evolution American Biology Teacher. 67: 12-16
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