One of the journal's top downloads and selected for inclusion at the Research Dissemination Conference at NSTA 2010 !!Developing a learning progression for scientific modeling: Making scientific modeling accessible and meaningful for learners. Schwarz, C.V., Reiser, B.J., Davis, E.A., Kenyon, L., Acher, A., Fortus, D., Shwartz, Y, Hug, B., & Krajcik, J. (2009).Journal of Research in Science Teaching 46, 632–654.
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- Examining 4th Grade Students' Changing Scientific Modeling Practices: Influence of Time and Content. Gonzalez, M.E. & Hug, B.
- Supporting 5th Grade Elementary Students' Development of Modeling Practice Over Time With Multiple Modeling Experiences in Different Subject Matter Contexts. Kenyon, L.; Cotterman, M.; Todd, A.; Andrews, B; & Reese, E.
- The Affordances and Challenges of Scientific Modeling in a 5th Grade Unit on Evaporation and Condensation. Hokayem, H.; Jing Chen, J.; Baek, H.; Zhan, L. & Schwarz, C.V
- Middle School Students and Teachers Making Sense of Modeling Practices in Their Classrooms. Acher, A &. Reiser. B.
- Probing Students? Ideas about Models Using Standards-Based Assessment Items. Willard, T. & Roseman, J.L.
- High School Students? Modeling Knowledge. Fortus, D.; Rosenfeld, S. & Shwartz, Y.
- What is a Model? Experienced Students’ Beliefs about the Nature and Purpose of Scientific Models Across Modeling Contexts. Buckingham, B.L.E. & Reiser, B.
- Developing modeling practices across multiple science contexts. Reiser, B.; Schwarz, C.; Kenyon, L.; Acher, A.; Buckingham, B; & Chen, J.
- Revealing the Science Learner: Examining Middle School Students' Use of Evidence in Revising Scientific Models. Hagerty, J.A.; Davis, E.A & Clowes, S.
- Aligning Pre-service Teacher Knowledge about Models and Modeling with a Scientific Modeling Learning Progression. Hug, B. &Tang Wee Teo.