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Adams, J. P. and Brissenden, G. and Lindell, Rebecca, S. and Slater, T. F. and Wallace, J. (2001) Observations of Student Behavior in Collaborative Learning Groups. Astronomy Education Review, 1 (1). ISSN 15391515

Agan, L. and Sneider, C. (2003) Learning About the Earth’s Shape and Gravity: A Guide for Teachers and Curriculum Developers. Astronomy Education Review, 2 (2). ISSN 15391515



Bailey, Janelle M. and Lombardi, Doug and Cordova, J. R. and Sinatra, Gale M. (2017) Meeting students halfway: Increasing self-efficacy and promoting knowledge change in astronomy. Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research, 13 (2). ISSN 2469-9896

Bailey, Janelle M. and Nagamine, Kentaro (2012) Experiencing conceptual change about teaching: A case study from astronomy. American Journal of Physics, 80 (6). pp. 542-551. ISSN 0002-9505, 1943-2909

Bardar, Erin M. (2007) First Results from the Light and Spectroscopy Concept Inventory. Astronomy Education Review, 6 (2). ISSN 15391515

Barnes, Carli R (2015) Comparing Student Performance And Perception Of Competence On Summative Science Performance Tasks Versus Written Science Summative Tests At The Sixth Grade Level. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Barnett, M. and Morran, J. (2002) Addressing children's alternative frameworks of the Moon's phases and eclipses. International Journal of Science Education, 24 (8). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Barthelemy, Ramon S. (2014) The experiences of women in post graduate physics and astronomy programs: The roles of support, career goals, and gendered experiences. Doctoral thesis, Western Michigan University.

Basu, Sreyashi Jhumki (2006) HOW URBAN YOUTH EXPRESS CRITICAL AGENCY IN A 9™ GRADE CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS CLASSROOM. Doctoral thesis, Columbia University.

Baugher, Sarah A. (2012) Universal Density: A musical representation of astronomical objects and concepts. Masters thesis, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Becker, L. A. (2009) Science v. religion: Understanding historical confrontations (Galileo, Darwin, Scopes) to better solve current conflicts. Masters thesis, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.

Bektasli, B. (2016) The Relationship between Preservice Science Teachers' Attitude toward Astronomy and Their Understanding of Basic Astronomy Concepts. International Journal of Progressive Education (IJPE), 12 (1). pp. 108-116. ISSN ISSN 1554-5210

Bergstrom, Zoey and Sadler, Philip and Sonnert, Gerhard (2016) Evolution And Persistence Of Students' Astronomy Career Interests: A Gender Study. Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education (JAESE), 3 (1). pp. 77-92. ISSN 2374-6254, 2374-6246

Billingsley, B. and Brock, R. and Taber, Keith S. and Riga, F. (2016) How Students View the Boundaries Between Their Science and Religious Education Concerning the Origins of Life and the Universe. Science Education, 100 (3). ISSN 1098-237X

Brickhouse, N. W. and Dagher, Z. and Letts, W. J. and Shipman, Harry L. (2000) Diversity of Students' Views about Evidence, Theory, and the Interface between Science and Religion in an Astronomy Course. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 37 (4). ISSN 1098-2736

Brickhouse, N. W. and Dagher, Z. and Shipman, Harry L. and Letts, W. J. (2002) Evidence and Warrants for Belief in a College Astronomy Course. Science & Education, 11 (6). ISSN 0926-7220, 1573-1901

Brokaw, Jodi Lyn (2012) Picture It: Visual-Spatial Teaching To Improve Science Learning. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Brotz, William J. (2006) Components Associated With Perceived Student Satisfaction In A Technology Enhanced Secondary Astronomy Course. Doctoral thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Broughton, Suzanne H. and Sinatra, Gale M. and Nussbaum, E. Michael (2013) “Pluto Has Been a Planet My Whole Life!” Emotions, Attitudes, and Conceptual Change in Elementary Students’ Learning about Pluto’s Reclassification. Research in Science Education, 43. pp. 529-550. ISSN 1573-1898

Burnette, Walter N. (1976) Use of the Planetarium in Changing Attitudes and Achievement in Earth-Space Science Education. Doctoral thesis, University of Missouri, Columbia.

Burrows, A. C. and DiPompeo, Michael A. and Myers, Adam D. and Hickox, Ryan C. and Borowczak, Mike and French, Debbie A. and Schwortz, Andria C. (2016) AUTHENTIC SCIENCE EXPERIENCES: PRE-COLLEGIATE SCIENCE EDUCATORS’ SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES DURING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Problems of Education in the 21st Century. ISSN 1822-7864

Burtnyk, K. (2000) Impact of Observatory Visitor Centres on the Public's Understanding of Astronomy. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 17 (3). ISSN 1323-3580, 1448-6083

Buxner, Sanlyn R. (2010) Exploring The Impact Of Science Research Experiences For Teachers: Stories Of Growth And Identity. Doctoral thesis, University of Arizona.

Buxner, Sanlyn R. and Impey, C.D. and Romine, J. and Nieberding, M. (2018) Linking introductory astronomy students' basic science knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, sources of information, and information literacy. Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research, 14 (1). ISSN 2469-9896


Carter, Brooke L. (2005) Sources Of Self-Efficacy In An Undergraduate Introductory Astronomy Course For Non-Science Majors. Masters thesis, University of Maryland, College Park.

Casper, Kyle Mark (2015) Increasing Student Achievement In Science Through The Use Of The 5 E Instructional Method. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Chantry, Brian N (2009) Research Experiences for Undergraduates: An Evaluation of Affective Impact. Masters thesis, Brigham Young University.

Colombo Jr., Pedro Donizete and Aroca, Silvia Calbo and Silva, Cibelle Celestino (2010) Daytime School Guided Visits to an Astronomical Observatory in Brazil. Astronomy Education Review, 9 (1). 010113. ISSN 15391515

Conlon, M. and Coble, Kim and Bailey, Janelle M. and Cominsky, Lynn R. (2017) Investigating undergraduate students’ ideas about the fate of the Universe. Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research, 13 (2). ISSN 2469-9896


Danaia, Lena J. and McKinnon, David H. (2007) Common Alternative Astronomical Conceptions Encountered in Junior Secondary Science Classes: Why Is This So? Astronomy Education Review, 6 (2). pp. 32-53. ISSN 15391515

Danaia, Lena J. and McKinnon, David H. and Fitzgerald, Michael T. (2017) Ideal pictures and actual perspectives of junior secondary school science: comparisons drawn from Australian students in an astronomy education programme. Research in Science & Technological Education. ISSN 0263-5143

Dewitt, Carl (2013) Astronomy Week: An Investigation Of The Implementation And Identity Formation Of Participants. Doctoral thesis, University of Mississippi.

Dillingham, Theodore C. (2001) The Uses of Myth for Scientific Education, The Case of Cosmology and Mythology. Doctoral thesis, Pacifica Graduate Institute.

Dowdy, J. T. (2005) Relationship between teachers’ college science preparation and their attitudes toward science. Doctoral thesis, Texas A & M University.

Downing, G. L. (1971) A Normative Survey of Planetarium Directors in the United States and Canada to Determine Current Practices in Adult Education and Opinions Regarding Selected Adult Learning Principles. Doctoral thesis, University of Wyoming.

Duncan, Douglas K. and Arthurs, Leilani (2012) Improving Student Attitudes about Learning Science and Student Scientific Reasoning Skills. Astronomy Education Review, 11 (1). 010102.

Duncan, Douglas K. and Hoekstra, Angel R. and Wilcox, Bethany R. (2012) Digital Devices, Distraction, and Student Performance: Does In-Class Cell Phone Use Reduce Learning? Astronomy Education Review, 11. 010108. ISSN 15391515


Eason, Grace Teresa (2000) The Effects of Higher-Order Questioning Strategies on Conscience Majors' Achievement in an Introductory Environmental Science Course and Their Attitudes Toward the Environment. Doctoral thesis, Florida Institute of Technology.

Eaton Jr., Edward Jefferson (1964) An Investigation Of The Relationship Of Three Factors In Printed Materials To Achievement In Astronomy By Sixth Grade Students. Doctoral thesis, University of Illinois.

Ehrlén, K. (2008) Children’s Understanding of Globes as a Model of the Earth: A problem of contextualizing. International Journal of Science Education, 30 (2). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

El-Mitaky, Hoda S. (2009) The role of planetaria: The Library of Alexandria Planetarium Science Center. Proceedings IAU Symposium, 260 (E8). pp. 1-4.

Etkina, Eugenia and Matilsky, Terry and Lawrence, Michael (2003) Pushing to the Edge: Rutgers Astrophysics Institute Motivates Talented High School Students. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 40 (10). pp. 958-985. ISSN 1098-2736


Fields, Deborah Anne (2009) What do Students Gain from a Week at Science Camp? Youth perceptions and the design of an immersive, research-oriented astronomy camp. International Journal of Science Education, 31 (2). pp. 151-171. ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Fillingim, Matthew and Zevin, Dan and Thrall, Leitha and Croft, Steve and Raftery, Claire and Shackelford, Rikki (2015) Art in Science Promoting Interest in Research and Exploration (ASPIRE). In: Celebrating Science: Putting Education Best Practices to Work. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 265-268.

Firniss, Kurt, P. (1980) The application of the planetarium as an educational tool. Doctoral thesis, The Open University.

Fitzgerald, Michael T. (2015) Design Principles, Implementation and Evaluation for Inquiry-Based Astronomy. Doctoral thesis, Macquarie University.

Fitzgerald, Michael T. and Danaia, Lena J. and McKinnon, David H. (2017) Barriers Inhibiting Inquiry-Based Science Teaching and Potential Solutions: Perceptions of Positively Inclined Early Adopters. Research in Science Education. ISSN 1573-1898

Fitzgerald, Michael T. and McKinnon, David H. and Danaia, Lena J. and Woodward, Sandra (2011) Using Smartphone Camera Technology to Explore Stellar Parallax: Method, Results, and Reactions. Astronomy Education Review, 10 (1). 010108.

Flohic, H. M. L. G. (2017) Comparing The Impact Of An Astronomy Course And A Science And Society Seminar On Undergraduate Students’ Attitudes Toward Science. Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education (JAESE), 4 (2). ISSN 2374-6254, 2374-6246

Fong, Cresencja G. W. (2002) What Teachers Think When Viewing Video Modelling Of Exemplary Practice. Masters thesis, University Of Toronto.

Fraknoi, Andrew (2003) Dealing with Astrology, UFOs, and Faces on Other Worlds: A Guide to Addressing Astronomical Pseudoscience in the Classroom. Astronomy Education Review, 2 (2). ISSN 15391515

Franklin, B. J. (1992) The development, validation, and application of a two-tier diagnostic instrument to detect misconceptions in the areas of force, heat, light and electricity. Doctoral thesis, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College.


Gershun, D. C. and Slater, T. F. and Berryhill, K. J. (2014) Mixed-Methods Study that Examines Nine Science Teachers' Perceptions of Slooh Robotic Telescope for Teaching Astronomy. Revista Latino-Americana de Educação em Astronomia, 17. pp. 7-37. ISSN 1806-7573

Gibbs, M. G. and Berendsen, M. L. (2006) Effectiveness of Amateur Astronomers as Informal Science Educators. Astronomy Education Review, 5 (2). ISSN 15391515

Gilbreth, Kellina Gail (2012) The Effects Of Kinesthetic Activity On Secondary Science Student Achievement. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Gillispie, Tassay Sarah (2015) Using Models With Rubrics As A Form Of Assessment In Astronomy And Biology. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Gonsalves, A. J. (2018) Exploring how gender figures the identity trajectories of two doctoral students in observational astrophysics. Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research, 14 (1). ISSN 2469-9896

Govender, Nadaraj (2017) Physical Sciences Preservice Teachers’ Religious and Scientific Views Regarding the Origin of the Universe and Life. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 15 (2). pp. 273-292. ISSN 1573-1774

Govett, Aimee, L (2001) Teachers' Conceptions of the Nature of Science: Analyzing the Impact of a Teacher Enhancement Program in Changing Attitudes and Perceptions of Science and Scientific Research. Doctoral thesis, West Virginia University.

Graham, Angela, W. (1990) Persistence without external rewards: A study of adult learners in art museum and planetarium education programs. Doctoral thesis, Northern Illinois University.

Granger, Ellen M. and Bevis, Todd H. and Saka, Yavuz and Southerland, Sherry A. (2010) Comparing the Efficacy of Reform-Based and Traditional/Verification Curricula to Support Student Learning about Space Science. In: Science Education and Outreach: Forging a Path to the Future. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 151-159.

Gray, Pamela, A. (2006) Gender differences in science misconceptions in eighth grade astronomy. Doctoral thesis, Widener University.

Gutsch, W. A. (1978) Obtaining and analyzing affective response profiles in a planetarium environment: an exploratory study. Doctoral thesis, University of Virginia.


Hansson, L. and Redfors, A. (2006) Swedish Upper Secondary Students’ Views of the Origin and Development of the Universe. Research in Science Education, 36. ISSN 1573-1898

Harmon, D. J. (1977) The relationships of student anxiety and dependency to the effects of teaching structure on the learning of science knowledge and processes within inductive/discovery learning. Doctoral thesis, Ohio State University.

Hemenway, Mary Kay and Straits, William J. and Wilke, R. Russell and Hufnagel, Beth (2002) Educational Research in an Introductory Astronomy Course. Innovative Higher Education, 26 (4). pp. 271-280.

Higgins Tolley, Kimberley F. (1996) The Science Education of American Girls 1784-1932. Doctoral thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

Hintz, E. G. and Jones, M. D. and Lawler, M. J. and Bench, N. and Mangrubang, F. (2015) Adoption Of ASL Classifiers As Delivered By Head-Mounted Displays In A Planetarium Show. Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education (JAESE), 2 (1). pp. 1-16.

Hougardy, D. A. (1992) A descriptive study of returning adult learners’ attitudes toward college science classes. Doctoral thesis, Oklahoma State University.

House, K. S. (1989) Utilizing astronomy in teaching discipleship principles to junior high youth. Unspecified thesis, Roberts University.

Hudgins, D. W. (2005) Investigation of the effect of ranking tasks on student understanding of key astronomy topics. Doctoral thesis, University of South Africa.


Ibe, Mary and Deutscher, Rebecca (2003) The Role of the Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope Project in Promoting Scientific Efficacy Among Middle and High School Students. Project Report. Lewis Center for Educational Research.

Impey, Chris and Buxner, Sanlyn R. and Antonellis, Jessie (2012) Non-Scientific Beliefs Among Undergraduate Students. Astronomy Education Review, 11 (1). pp. 1-12.

Impey, Chris and Buxner, Sanlyn R. and Antonellis, Jessie (2013) An Ongoing Investigation of Science Literacy: Results of a 22-Year Study Probing Students’ Knowledge and Attitude Towards Science. In: Communicating Science: A National Conference on Science Education and Public Outreach. ASP Conference Series, 473 . Astronomy Society of the Pacific, pp. 189-194.


Jamison, Marion, M. (1972) A Consideration of the Planetarium and the Lecturer as Agents to Effect Change in Administrators Regarding Social Attitudes in School and Community. Doctoral thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Jettner, Frank C. (1974) Research Fields in Planetarium Education. American Astronomical Society - Bulletin, 6. pp. 323-324.

Jongeward, Alecia E. (2014) How Are Montana’s Science Teachers Using The Taylor Planetarium As A Teaching Tool? Masters thesis, Montana State University.


Kalkan, H. and Kiroglu, K. (2007) Science and Nonscience Students’ Ideas about Basic Astronomy Concepts in Preservice Training for Elementary School Teachers. Astronomy Education Review, 6 (1). ISSN 15391515

Kallery, M. (2001) Early-years Educators' Attitudes to Science and Pseudo-science: The case of astronomy and astrology. European Journal of Teacher Education, 24 (3). ISSN 1469-5928

Kavanagh, C. and Sneider, C. (2006) Learning about Gravity I. Free Fall: A Guide for Teachers and Curriculum Developers. Astronomy Education Review, 5 (2). ISSN 15391515

Kellerby, Darren, K. (2011) Effective use of humor in a secondary science classroom. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Kohler, S. (2014) Causality and Communication: Relativistic astrophysical jets and the implementation of science communication training in astronomy classes. Doctoral thesis, University of Colorado.

Kolb, K. J. (2009) Investigating evidence of geologically recent liquid water on Mars. Doctoral thesis, University of Arizona.

Korkmaz, H. (2009) Gender Differences in Turkish Primary Students’ Images of Astronomical Scientists: A Preliminary Study with 21st Century Style. Astronomy Education Review, 8 (1). ISSN 15391515

Kovalenko, Nataliya (2016) New Ways to Teach Astronomy at Kyiv Planetarium. Other thesis, Unknown.

Krok, Michelle and Tanner, K. and Prather, E. (2008) The Design and Impact of Planetarium Instruction Based on 5E Conceptual Change approach to Astronomy Education. American Astronomical Society - Bulletin, 38 (1). pp. 236-237.

Krumenaker, Larry (2010) What It Would Take to Increase the Number of High School Astronomy Courses: A Survey of Principals and a Comparison to Astronomy Teachers, and a Prescription for Change. Astronomy Education Review, 9 (1).

Krumenaker, Larry (2008) The status and makeup of the U.S. high school astronomy course in the era of no child left behind. Doctoral thesis, The University of Georgia.


Lafortune, Keith, R. (2001) Women at the Harvard College Observatory, 1877-1919: "Women's Work," The "new" sociality of astronomy and scientific labor. Masters thesis, University of Notre Dame.

Laroche, Lyubov (2000) "You were a star once, weren't you?" Nonlinear steps into the re-enchantment of science education. Doctoral thesis, The University of British Columbia..

Larsen, K. (2007) This I Understand: The Importance of Banning the B-Word from Science. Astronomy Education Review, 6 (2). ISSN 15391515

Lee, Hyun Ju (2012) A New Approach to Using Photographs and Classroom Response Systems in Middle School Astronomy Classes. Doctoral thesis, University of Massachusetts - Amherst.

Lesser, Thomas, A. (1988) The design and production of a planetarium presentation employing a unique format implemented as an innovation within an organization. Doctoral thesis, New York University.

LoPresto, Michael C. (2006) A First Glimpse of Student Attitudes about Pluto’s “Demotion”. Astronomy Education Review, 5 (2). ISSN 15391515

LoPresto, Michael C. and Slater, Timothy F. (2016) A New Comparison Of Active Learning Strategies To Traditional Lectures For Teaching College Astronomy. Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education (JAESE), 3 (1). ISSN 2374-6254, 2374-6246

Ludwig, Randi R. and Chimonidou, Antonia and Kopp, Sacha (2014) Hands-on-Science: Using Education Research to Construct Learner-Centered Classes. In: Ensuring STEM Literacy: a National Conference on STEM Education and Public Outreach. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 71-82.

Lyons, Walter A. and Schmidt, Mickey D. (2003) The Discovery Of Red Sprites As An Opportunity For Informal Science Education. American Meteorlogical Society - Proceedings, 39 (1). pp. 1-4.


Mallon, Gerald L. (1980) Student Achievement And Attitudes In Astronomy: An Experimental Study Of The Effectiveness Of A Traditional "Star Show" Planetarium Program And A "Participatory Oriented Planetarium" Program. Doctoral thesis, Temple University.

Mallon, Gerald L. and Bruce, Matthew H. (1982) Student Achievement And Attitudes In Astronomy: An Experimental Comparison Of Two Planetarium Programs. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 19 (1). pp. 53-61.

Mankowski, T. A. and Slater, S. J. and Slater, T. F. (2011) An Interpretive Study Of Meanings Citizen Scientists Make When Participating In Galaxy Zoo. Contemporary Issues In Education Research, 4 (4). pp. 25-42. (Unpublished)

Mankowsky, Trent S. and Slater, Stephanie J. and Slater, Timothy F. (2011) An Interpretive Study of Meanings Citizen Scientists Make When Participating in Galaxy Zoo. In: Earth and Space Science: Making Connections in Education and Public Outreach. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 150-155.

Martin, Brian (1990) Personal Science and its Implications for Science Education: A combined project in science education and astronomy. Doctoral thesis, University of Alberta.

Martin, Claudette (2004) Examining Visitor Attitudes and Motivations at a Space Science Centre. Masters thesis, Dalarna University.

Mayeur, Paul Anthony (2013) Infrared Astronomy in Science and Education. Doctoral thesis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

McBride, J. M. (1985) The Morehead Planetarium: a client market analysis. Doctoral thesis, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.

Meder, Elsa, M. (1942) Youth considers the heavens; high school student's opinions about man's place in the world in relation to their astronomical information. Doctoral thesis, Columbia University.

Messenger, Stacey Lynn (2000) A model system linking formal and informal education: Field trips, curriculum standards and the 4-H Children's Garden at Michigan State University. Masters thesis, Michigan State University.

Meyer, Janis Ruth (2000) The Effects Of Three Types Of Pre- And Post- Planetarium/ Starlab-Visit Instruction Methods On Astronomy Concepts And Attitudes Of Sixth Grade Students. Doctoral thesis, University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Meyers, Margaret B. (2005) Telling the Stars: A Quantitative Approach to Assessing the Use of Folk Tales in Science Education. Masters thesis, East Tennessee State University.

Miller, E. (2002) The Gender Gap in Cosmology: Results from a Small Case Study of Undergraduates. Astronomy Education Review, 1 (2). ISSN 15391515

Miller, Scott T. and Redman, Stephen (2010) Improving Instructor Presence in an Online Introductory Astronomy Course through Video Demonstrations. Astronomy Education Review, 9 (1). pp. 1-7.

Moody, T. E. R. (2011) An analysis of the effects of a five-day professional development experience on in-service K-12 teachers’ content knowledge and self-reported confidence in their ability to teach astronomy content. Masters thesis, Ball State University.

Moore, M. G. (1965) An Analysis and Evaluation of Planetarium Programming as it Relates to the Science Education of Adults in the Community. Doctoral thesis, Michigan State University.

Moussouri, Theano (1997) Family Agendas and Family Learning in Hands-on Museums. Doctoral thesis, University of Leicester.


Nolby, Caitlin Marie (2012) Introducing Astronomy Into High School Physics Curriculum Through The Use Of The University Of North Dakota Observatory. Masters thesis, University of North Dakota.


Offerdahl, E. G. and Prather, E. E. and Slater, T. F. (2002) Students’ Pre-Instructional Beliefs and Reasoning Strategies About Astrobiology Concepts. Astronomy Education Review, 1 (2). ISSN 15391515

Oines, R. K. (1971) Comparative Effectiveness of Individually Prescribed Instruction and the Lecture Demonstration Method to Achieve Behavioral Objectives for a Descriptive Astronomy Course. Doctoral thesis, Oklahoma State University.

Ostgaard, M. M. (1998) Benefits of the Space Program. Masters thesis, Southwest State University.



Petrie, Kaylan Brae (2013) Early Childhood Learning in Preschool Planetarium Programs. Masters thesis, University of Washington.

Pitman, Leslie (2013) “The Constellations Were In A Different Place”: Using Blogs To Understand Student Learning During Study Abroad. Masters thesis, University of South Carolina.

Platco Jr., Nicholas L. (2005) A comparative study of the effectiveness of "star show" versus "participatory oriented planetarium" lessons in a middle school starlab setting. Doctoral thesis, Temple University.

Plummer, Julia D. and Small, Kim J. (2013) Informal Science Educators’ Pedagogical Choices and Goals for Learners: The Case of Planetarium Professionals. Astronomy Education Review, 12 (1). pp. 1-16.

Powers, Lynn Louise (2014) Impact Of Authentic Astronomical Research On Astronomy Club Students. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

Prather, E. E. and Brissenden, G. (2009) Clickers as Data Gathering Tools and Students’ Attitudes, Motivations, and Beliefs on Their Use in this Application. Astronomy Education Review, 8 (1). ISSN 15391515

Price, C. Aaron (2011) Scientific Literacy Of Adult Participants In An Online Citizen Science Project. Doctoral thesis, Tufts University.


Raddick, M. Jordan and Bracey, Georgia and Gay, Pamela (2010) Galaxy Zoo: Exploring the Motivations of Citizen Science Volunteers. Astronomy Education Review, 9 (1). pp. 1-18.

Raddick, M. Jordan and Bracey, Georgia and Gay, Pamela (2013) Galaxy Zoo: Motivations of Citizen Scientists. Astronomy Education Review, 12 (1). pp. 1-27.

Reed, George (1975) The Affective Value of a Planetarium in the Scheduling of a College Astronomy Course. School Science and Mathematics. pp. 716-722.

Reed, George (1973) The Planetarium Versus the Classroom An Inquiry into Earlier Implications. School Science and Mathematics. pp. 553-555.

Reed, George and Campbell, James Reed (1972) A Comparison of the Effectiveness of the Planetarium and the Classroom Chalkboard and Celestial Globe in the Teaching of Specific Astronomical. School Science and Mathematics. pp. 368-374.

Richmond, Marvin Elliot (2005) Personal Practical Theories, Self-Identity, and Astronomy Teachers’ Interactive Decision Making. Doctoral thesis, University of Texas, Austin.

Richwine, Pebble Lea (2007) The Impact Of Authentic Science Inquiry Experiences Studying Variable Stars On High School Students’ Knowledge And Attitudes About Science And Astronomy And Beliefs Regarding The Nature Of Science. Doctoral thesis, University of Arizona.

Ridky, Robert, W. (1974) A Study of Planetarium Effectiveness on Student Achievement, Perceptions and Retention. In: Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, April 1974, Chicago, Illinois.

Roberts, L. F. and Wassersug, R. J. (2009) Does Doing Scientific Research in High School Correlate with Students Staying in Science? A Half-Century Retrospective Study. Research in Science Education, 39 (2). pp. 251-256. ISSN 1573-1898

Ros, R. M. (2008) How to teach, learn about, and enjoy astronomy. In: Innovation in Astronomy Education. Cambridge University Press.

Ruddell, Nicholas and Danaia, Lena and McKinnon, David H. (2016) Indigenous Sky Stories: Reframing How we Introduce Primary School Students to Astronomy — a Type II Case Study of Implementation. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 45 (2). pp. 170-180.

Rutkowski, Chris (1991) Assessment of the Perceptions of Junior High School Science Teachers Regarding Astronomy in Junior High Science Education. Masters thesis, University of Manitoba.


Sackes, M. (2010) The Role of Cognitive, Metacognitive, and Motivational Variables in Conceptual Change: Preservice Early Childhood Teachers' Conceptual Understanding of the Cause of Lunar Phases. Doctoral thesis, The Ohio State University.

Schillinger, Tracy Michelle (2011) One School, Many Poems: Transactions With Walt Whitman's "When I Heard The Learn'd Astronomer" In Grades Pre-K Through Twelve. Doctoral thesis, Columbia University.

Schmoll, Shannon Elizabeth (2013) A Comparison Of The Effectiveness Of Two Instructional Techniques In A Planetarium Setting. Doctoral thesis, University of Michigan Ann Arbor.

Shipman, Harry L. and Brickhouse, N. W. and Dagher, Z. and Letts, W. J. (2002) Changes in Student Views of Religion and Science in a College Astronomy Course. Science Education, 86 (4). ISSN 1098-237X

Shore, L. S. (1991) The effect of astronomy teaching experience on the astronomy interest and conceptions of elementary school teachers. Doctoral thesis, Boston University.

Slack, Amy B. (2007) Preservice Science Teachers’ Experiences With Repeated, Guided Inquiry. Doctoral thesis, Georgia State University.

Slater, S. J. (2010) The educational function of an astronomy REU program as described by participating women. Doctoral thesis, The University of Arizona.

Slater, Stephanie J. and Slater, Timothy F. and Shaner, Andrew (2008) Impact of Backwards Faded Scaffolding in an Astronomy Course for Pre-service Elementary Teachers based on Inquiry. Journal of Geoscience Education, 56 (5). pp. 408-416. ISSN 1089-9995

Slater, T. F. and Carpenter, John R. and Safko, John L. (1996) Dynamics of a Constructivist Astronomy Course for In-service Teachers. Journal of Geoscience Education, 44. pp. 523-528.

Slater, Timothy F. and Safko, John L. and Carpenter, John R. (1999) Long-Term Attitude Sustainability from a Constructivist-Based Astronomy-for-Teachers Course. Journal of Geoscience Education, 47. pp. 366-368. ISSN 1089-9995

Small, Kim J. and Plummer, Julia D. (2010) Survey of the Goals and Beliefs of Planetarium Professionals Regarding Program Design. Astronomy Education Review, 9 (1).

Smith, M. M. (2015) Three essays examining conceptual change and understanding across science disciplines with three different learner populations. Doctoral thesis, The Ohio State University.

Stavinschi, Magda G. (2009) Big questions about the universe. In: The Role of Astronomy in Society and Culture. Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 260, pp. 1-4.

Stears, M. and James, A. and Good, M.-A. (2011) Teachers as Learners: A Case Study of Teachers' Understanding of Astronomy Concepts and Processes in An ACE Course. South African Journal of Higher Education,, 25 (3). pp. 568-582. ISSN 1011-3487

Stroud, Nicholas Seward (2008) Teaching and Learning Science in a Museum: Examining the Role of Attitudes toward Science, Knowledge of Science, and Participatory Learning in an Astronomy Internship for High School Students. Doctoral thesis, Columbia University.

Sunal, D. W. (1973) The Planetarium in Education: An Experimental Study of the Attainment of Perceived Goals. Doctoral thesis, The University of Michigan.

Sunal, Dennis W. (1976) Analysis of research on the educational uses of a plantetarium. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 7 (1). pp. 57-83.

Swanner, Leandra A. (2013) Mountains of Controversy: Narrative and the Making of Contested Landscapes in Postwar American Astronomy. Doctoral thesis, Harvard University.

Szechter, Lisa E. and Carey, Elizabeth J. (2009) Gravitating Toward Science: Parent–Child Interactions at a Gravitational-Wave Observatory. Science Education. ISSN 1098-237X


Torres, J. R. F. (2008) How Do Preservice Teachers’ Religious Beliefs Affect Their Understanding of Astronomy? Astronomy Education Review, 7 (2). ISSN 15391515


Ulrich, John Alan (2001) A Design of Mars 2076: A Student-Centered Aerospace Curriculum. Doctoral thesis, Oklahoma State University.


Wallace, C. (2011) An investigation into introductory astronomy students' di�culties with cosmology, and the development, validation, and e�cacy of a new suite of cosmology lecture-tutorials. Doctoral thesis, University of Colorado.

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