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Adams, Jeff P. and Slater, Timothy F. (2000) Astronomy in the National Science Education Standards. Journal of Geoscience Education, 48. pp. 39-45. ISSN 1089-9995

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

Akey, J. M. (1973) The behavioral selection of planetarium concepts appropriate for second grade students. Doctoral thesis, University of Northern Colorado.

Amaral, Patrícia and Oliveira, Carlos Eduardo Quintanilha Vaz de (2011) ASTRONOMY IN SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS - AN ANALYSIS OF PNLD 2008. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 12. pp. 31-55. ISSN 1806-7573

Andreson, Tanya, M. (2012) Science notebooks a tool to promote understanding of process skills and content. Masters thesis, Montana State University.

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Baker, H. E. (1987) Astronomy and Space Science Activities for Fifth and Sixth grade gifted and talented students. Masters thesis, California State University - Sacramento.

Baldwin, Moira Jenkins (2012) THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF A COMPUTER-BASED INTERACTIVE SIMULATION DURING STRUCTURED, GUIDED, AND STUDENT-DIRECTED INQUIRY ON STUDENTS’ MENTAL MODELS OF THE DAY/NIGHT CYCLE. Doctoral thesis, Texas A&M University.

Bar, V. and Zinn, B. and Goldmuntz, R. and Sneider, C. (1994) Children's concepts about weight and free fall. Science Education, 78 (2). ISSN 1098-237X

Baruch, John (2015) A robotic telescope for science and education. Astronomy & Geophysics.

Baruch, John, E. F. and Hedges, D. G. and Machell, K. and Norris, K. and Tallon, C. J. (2008) Astronomy for all as part of a general education. In: Innovation in Astronomy Education. Cambridge University Press, pp. 122-127.

Battaglini, D. W. (1971) An experimental study of the science curriculum improvement study involving fourth graders' ability to understand concepts of relative position and motion using the planetarium as a testing device. Doctoral thesis, Michigan State University.

Baxter, John (1989) Children's understanding of familiar astronomical events. International Journal of Science Education, 11. ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Baxter, John H. and Preece, Peter F.W. (2010) A Comparison of Dome and Computer Planetaria in the Teaching of Astronomy. Research in Science & Technological Education, 18 (1). pp. 63-69. ISSN 0263-5143

Beaton, Rachael L. and Sokal, Kimberly R. and Liss, Sandra E. and Johnson, Kelsey E. (2015) Getting the Most Bang from Your Volunteer Hour: Easy Assessments in the Dark Skies, Bright Kids Program. In: Celebrating Science: Putting Education Best Practices to Work. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 67-74.

Beck-Winchatz, B. and Ostro, S. J. (2003) Using Asteroid Scale Models in Space Science Education for Blind and Visually Impaired Students. Astronomy Education Review, 2 (2). ISSN 15391515

Beesham, A. and Beesham, N. (2015) Communicating astronomy by the Unizul Science Centre. In: Highlights of Astronomy, Volume 16. XXVIIIth IAU General Assembly, August 2012. International Astronomical Union, p. 655.

Bernardes, Adriana Oliveira and Ramos dos Santos, Arleidimar (2008) ASTRONOMY, ART AND MYTHOLOGY IN A PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN ITAOCARA/RJ. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 6. pp. 33-53. ISSN 1806-7573

Bishop, J. E. (1976) Planetarium Methods Based on the Research of Jean Piaget. Science and Children, 13 (8). pp. 5-8.

Blown, E. J. and Bryce, T. G. K. (2006) Knowledge Restructuring in the Development of Children’s Cosmologies. International Journal of Science Education, 28 (12). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Blown, E. J. and Bryce, T. G. K. (2013) Thought-Experiments About Gravity in the History of Science and in Research into Children’s Thinking. Science & Education, 22 (3). ISSN 0926-7220, 1573-1901

Bondurandt Jr., R. L. (1975) An assessment of certain skills possessed by fifth-grade students used to successfully identify constellations in a planetarium. Doctoral thesis, Michigan State University.

Boulter, Carolyn and Prain, Vaughan and Armitage, Margaret (1998) 'What's going to happen in the eclipse tonight?': rethinking perspectives on primary school science. International Journal of Science Education, 20 (4). pp. 487-500. ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Bradstreet, D. H. and Huggins, S. L. (2010) The Fulldome Curriculum for the Spitz SciDome Digital Planetarium: A new Age for Planetarium Education. In: American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting 215, 3-7 Jan 2010, Washington, D.C..

Bretones, Paulo Sergio (2008) TEACHING AND POPULARIZATION OF ASTRONOMY IN LATIN AMERICA BY THE LIADA PERSPECTIVE. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 6. pp. 7-19. ISSN 1806-7573

Broadfoot, John M. and Ginns, Ian S. (2005) Astronomy education research down under. In: Teaching and Learning Astronomy. Cambridge University Press, pp. 44-57.

Broadstock, Maan Jiang (1992) Elementary Students' Alternative Conceptions About Earth Systems Phenomena In Taiwan, Republic Op China. Doctoral thesis, The Ohio State University.

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

Bryce, T. G. K. and Blown, E. J. (2013) Children's Concepts of the Shape and Size of the Earth, Sun and Moon. International Journal of Science Education, 35 (3). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Bryce, T. G. K. and Blown, E. J. (2012) The Novice-Expert Continuum in Astronomy Knowledge. International Journal of Science Education, 34 (4). pp. 545-587. ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

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

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Calderon-Canales, Elena and Flores-Camacho, Fernando and Gallegos-Cazares, Leticia (2013) Elementary Students’ Mental Models of the Solar System. Astronomy Education Review, 12 (1). 010108. ISSN 15391515

Camancho, Alison and Holt, Ron and Marley, Scott and Roberts, Sarah (2009) Robotic telescopes - classroom activities at the cutting edge of science. School Science Review, 90 (333). pp. 73-82.

Carsten-Conner, L. D. and Larson, A. M. and Arseneau, J. and Herrick, R. R. (2015) Elementary Student Knowledge Gains In The Digital Portable Planetarium. Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education (JAESE), 2 (2). pp. 65-76. ISSN 2374-6254, 2374-6246

Chapman, S. (1996) A Role for Planetariums in Science Education Reform. In: Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 24-25 June 1994, College Park, MD.

Chen, C. H. and Yang, J. C. and Shen, S. and Jeng, M. C. (2007) A Desktop Virtual Reality Earth Motion System in Astronomy Education. Educational Technology & Society, 10 (3). ISSN 1436-4522

Chikami, Ichiro (1998) Astronomical Education Using the Internet for Handicapped People. In: Astronomical Education with the Internet. Universal Academy Press, Inc., pp. 99-101.

Childers, G. and Watson, K. and Jones, M. G. and Williamson, K. and Hoette, V. (2015) Touching the Stars: Making Astronomy Accessible for Students With Visual Impairments. Science Scope, 38 (9).

Cole, M. and Wilhelm, J. and Yang, H. (2015) Student Moon Observations and Spatial-Scientific Reasoning. International Journal of Science Education, 37 (11). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

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

Curtin, John T. (1967) An Analysis Of Planetarium Program Content And The Classification Of Demonstrators' Questions. Doctoral thesis, Wayne State University.

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Dai, Meme Fun Wang (1991) Identification of misconceptions about the moon held by fifth and sixth-graders in Taiwan and an application of teaching strategies for conceptual change. Doctoral thesis, University of Georgia.

Danaia, Lena J. (2006) Students’ experiences, perceptions and performance in junior secondary school science: An intervention study involving astronomy and a remote telescope. Doctoral thesis, Charles Sturt University.

Dankenbring, C. and Capobianco, B. M. (2016) Examining Elementary School Students’ Mental Models of Sun-Earth Relationships as a Result of Engaging in Engineering Design. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 14 (5). ISSN 1573-1774

Darroz, Luiz Marcelo and da Rosa, Cleci Werner and da Rosa, Álvaro Becker and Pèrez, Carlos Ariel Samudio (2014) EVOLUTION OF THE ASTRONOMY CONCEPTS ALONG BASIC EDUCATION CYCLE. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 17. pp. 107-121. ISSN 1806-7573

Davies, M. M. (1989) Why Can People Jump Higher on the Moon? A study of what children learned from Corners, a children's television programme. Journal of Educational Television, 15 (1). ISSN 1743-9892

Diakidoy, I. -A. N. and Kendeou, P. (2001) Facilitating conceptual change in astronomy: a comparison of the effectiveness of two instructional approaches. Learning and Instruction, 11 (1). ISSN 0959-4752

Dobson, Henry D. (1983) An Experimental Study Of The Effectiveness Of The Planetarium In Teaching Selected Science Concepts In The Middle School. Doctoral thesis, Pennsylvania State University.

Doran, Rosa (2015) The GTTP Movement: Engaging young minds to the beauty of science and space exploration. In: Highlights of Astronomy, Volume 16. XXVIIIth IAU General Assembly, August 2012. International Astronomical Union, p. 547.

Dulmaa, A. and Tsolmon, R. and Lkhagvajav, Ch. and Jargalsuren, Sh. and Bayartungalag, B. and Zaya, M. (2011) Astronomical education in Mongolia. In: The Role of Astronomy in Society and Culture. Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 260, 2009. International Astronomical Union, pp. 685-689.

Dunlop, John (2000) How Children Observe the Universe. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 17. pp. 194-206. ISSN 1323-3580, 1448-6083

Dunlop, John Alexander (1999) Changing children's astronomical ideas. Other thesis, University of Auckland.

da Conceição Barbosa-Lima, Maria (2010) CONVERSATION WITH LARA ABOUT THE EARTH AND LAND. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 10. pp. 23-35. ISSN 1806-7573

da Silva Morett, Samara and de Oliveira Souza, Marcelo (2010) DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES TO INCLUDE THE TEACHING OF ASTRONOMY IN THE FIRST YEARS OF THE BASIC EDUCATION. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 9. pp. 33-45. ISSN 1806-7573

de Assis Silveira, Felipa Pacífico Ribeiro and Mendonça, Conceição Aparecida Soares (2015) THE CONCEPT MAPS AS A DIDACTIC RESOURCE TOOL OF MEANINGFUL LEARNING IN ASTRONOMY THEMES. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 19. pp. 93-121. ISSN 1806-7573

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Edoff, James Dwight (1982) An Experimental Study Of The Effectiveness Of Manipulative Use In Planetarium Astronomy Lessons For Fifth And Eighth Grade Students. Doctoral thesis, Wayne State University.

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)

Ehrlén, K. (2009) Drawings as Representations of Children's Conceptions. International Journal of Science Education, 31 (1). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

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Fillingim, Matt and Brain, Dave and Peticolas, Laura and Yan, Darlene and Fricke, Kyle and Thrall, Leitha (2014) Magnetic Mystery Planets. In: Ensuring STEM Literacy: a National Conference on STEM Education and Public Outreach. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 303-307.

Fleck, S. and Simon, G. (2013) An Augmented Reality Environment for Astronomy Learning in Elementary Grades: An Exploratory Study. In: 25ème conférence francophone sur l'Interaction Homme-Machine, IHM'13, November 2013, Bordeaux, France.

Fucili, Leonardo (2005) Implementing astronomy education research. In: Teaching and Learning Astronomy. Cambridge University Press, pp. 66-79.

Furuness, L. B. and Cohen, M. R. (1989) Children's Conceptions of the Seasons: A Comparison of Three Interview Techniques. In: Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, March 30 April 1, 1989, San Francisco.

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Galili, I. and Weizman, A. and Cohen, A. (2004) The sky as a topic in science education. Science Education, 88 (4). ISSN 1098-237X

Gangui, Alejandro and Iglesias, Mar´ıa and Quinteros, Cynthia (2011) Some remarks on a current study involving preservice elementary teachers and some basic astronomical phenomena. In: The Role of Astronomy in Society and Culture. Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 260, 2009. International Astronomical Union, pp. 767-770.

Garcia, Caroline da Silva and Costa, Samuel and Pascoali, Suzy and Campos, Mateus Zanette (2016) "THE THINGS OF THE SKY": ETHNOASTRONOMY OF AN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY AS A SOURCE FOR THE PROPOSAL OF A PARADIDACTIC MATERIAL. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 21. pp. 7-30. ISSN 1806-7573

Gartner, C. and Meredith, K. and Williamson, K. (2017) Skynet Junior Scholars: Authentic Astronomy for All, Including Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students. Science Scope, 40 (7).

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

Gillette, Sean (2013) The Effects of Seductive Details in an Inflatable Planetarium. Doctoral thesis, Walden University.

Giovannini, Odilon and Pellenz, Daiana and Catelli, Francisco (2014) IS THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON EVER ILLUMINATED BY THE SUN? Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 17. pp. 91-106. ISSN 1806-7573

Gomez, Edward L. and Fitzgerald, Michael T. (2017) Robotic Telescopes in Education. Astronomical Review. pp. 1-41. ISSN 2167-2857

Gomide, Hanny Angeles and Longhini, Marcos Daniel (2011) ANALYSIS OF THE PRESENCE OF CONTENT ABOUT ASTRONOMY IN A DECADE OF THE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION (1998-2008). Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 11. pp. 31-43. ISSN 1806-7573

Gonzatti, Sônia Elisa Marchi and Maman, Andréia Spessatto De and Borragini, Eliana Fernandes and Kerber, Júlia Cristina and Haetinger, Werner (2013) TEACHING OF ASTRONOMY: SCENARIOS OF TEACHING PRACTICE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 16. pp. 27-43. ISSN 1806-7573

Grady, C. A. and Farley, N. and Zamboni, E. and Avery, F. and Clark, B. and Geiger, N. and Woodgate, B. (2003) Accessible Universe: Making Astronomy Accessible to All in the Regular Elementary Classroom. Astronomy Education Review, 2 (2). ISSN 15391515

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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.

Henrique Azevedo Sobreira, Paulo (2012) APPLICATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODELS FOR THE TEACHING OF TIME ZONES. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 13. pp. 7-30. ISSN 1806-7573

Hicks, A. S. (2009) A.C.C.E.S.S. - Alternative Conceptions: a Comprehensive Examination of Space Science. Masters thesis, Miami University.

Hintz, E. G. and Jones, M. and Lawler, J. and Bench, N. and Mangrubang, F. R. (2013) Continued Testing of Head-Mounted Displays for Deaf Education in a Planetarium. In: American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting 222, 2-6 June 2013, Indianapolis, IN.

Hobson, S. M. (2008) Young elementary students' conceptual understandings of lunar phases before and after an inquiry-based and technology-enhanced instructional intervention. Doctoral thesis, The Ohio State University.

Hobson, Sally M. and Trundle, Kathy Cabe and Sackes, Mesut (2009) Using a Planetarium Software Program to Promote Conceptual Change with Young Children. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 19. pp. 165-176.

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Isik-Ercan, Z. and Inan, H. Z. and Nowak, J. A. and Kim, B. (2014) 'We put on the glasses and Moon comes closer!’ Urban Second Graders Exploring the Earth, the Sun and Moon Through 3D Technologies in a Science and Literacy Unit. International Journal of Science Education, 36 (1). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Itani, Lamaan Samir (2007) Naive knowledge in astronomy : coherent or fragmented. Other thesis, American University of Beirut.

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Jackson, E. (2003) Daytime Astronomy in the Northern Hemisphere Using Shadows. Astronomy Education Review, 2 (2). ISSN 15391515

Jackson, Eric (2009) PRACTICAL ASTRONOMICAL ACTIVITIES DURING DAYTIME. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 8. pp. 71-88. ISSN 1806-7573

Jafelice, Luiz Carlos (2015) CULTURAL ASTRONOMY IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 19. pp. 57-92. ISSN 1806-7573

Jarvis, Tina and Pell, Anthony (2002) Effect of the Challenger Experience on Elementary Children’s Attitudes to Science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 39 (10). pp. 979-1000. ISSN 1098-2736

Jipson, J. L. and Callanan, M.A. and Schultz, G. and Hurst, A. (2014) Scientists not Sponges: STEM Interest and Inquiry in Early Childhood. In: Ensuring STEM Literacy: a National Conference on STEM Education and Public Outreach. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 149-156.

Johnston, Ronald Alfred (1981) A Comparison Of The Effectiveness Of Two Instructional Techniques In A Planetarium Setting. Doctoral thesis, University of Michigan Ann Arbor.

Jones, B. L. and Lynch, P. P. and Reesink, C. (1987) Children's conceptions of the earth, sun and moon. International Journal of Science Education, 9 (1). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Jones, Heather Patti (2012) Researching Effective Methods for Teaching the Phases of the Moon. Masters thesis, Brigham Young University.

Joolingen, W. R. and van Aukes, A. V. A. and Gijlers, H. and Bollen, L. (2015) Understanding Elementary Astronomy by Making Drawing-Based Models. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 24 (2-3). ISSN 1059-0145, 1573-1839

Júnior, Welington Cerqueira and Almeida, Robenil dos Santos and da Conceição, Regiane dos Santos and Dutra, Glênon (2015) CONFIDENCE DEMONSTRATED BY STUDENTS OF PEDAGOGY ON THE TEACHING OF ASTRONOMY IN THE INITIAL YEARS OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 20. pp. 115-129. ISSN 1806-7573

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Kallery, M. (2011) Astronomical Concepts and Events Awareness for Young Children. International Journal of Science Education, 33 (3). ISSN 0950-0693 (Print), 1464-5289 (Online)

Kangassalo, Kirsti Marjatta (1997) The formation of children's conceptual models concerning a particular natural phenomenon using PICCO, a pictorial computer simulation. Doctoral thesis, University of Tampere.

Kanis, I. B. (1988) The Portable Planetarium: An Introduction to Astronomy. Science Activities: Classroom Projects and Curriculum Ideas, 25 (1). pp. 31-33. ISSN Print: 0036-8121, Online: 1940-1302

Kikas, Eve (1998) Pupils’ explanations of seasonal changes: age differences and the influence of teaching. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 68. pp. 505-516.

Kikas, Eve (1998) The impact of teaching on students' definitions and explanations of astronomical phenomena. Learning and Instruction, 8 (5). ISSN 0959-4752

Klein, C. A. (1982) Children's concepts of the earth and the sun: A cross cultural study. Science Education, 66 (1). ISSN 1098-237X

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

Krishnamurthi, Anita and Porro, Irene (2008) Astronomy After-School Programs: Effective Pathways to Success. In: EPO and a Changing World. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 47-54.

Kuse, Hildegard, R. (1963) A Survey of the Sources and Extent of Primary Grade Children's Concepts of Elementary Astronomy. Doctoral thesis, University of Colorado.

Küçüközer, H. and Korkusuz, M. E. and Küçüközer, H. A. and Yürümezoğlu, K. (2009) The Effect of 3D Computer Modeling and Observation-Based Instruction on the Conceptual Change Regarding Basic Concepts of Astronomy in Elementary School Students. Astronomy Education Review, 8 (1). ISSN 15391515

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LaConte, Keliann and Shipp, Stephanie and Shulpa, Christine and Shaner, Andrew and Buxner, Sanlyn and Canipe, Marti and Jaksha, Amanda (2015) Tested Tools and Techniques for Promoting STEM Programming in Libraries: Fifteen Years of the Lunar and Planetary Institute’s Explore Program. In: Celebrating Science: Putting Education Best Practices to Work. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 27-35.

Laatsch, S. (2004) Planetariums in K-12 Science Education. In: ASP Conference Series: NASA Office of Space Science Education and Public Outreach Conference. ASP Conference Series: NASA Office of Space Science Education and Public Outreach Conference, 319 . Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, p. 174.

Lamar, M. F. and Wilhelm, D. J. A. and Cole, M. (2018) A mixed methods comparison of teachers' lunar modeling lesson implementation and student learning outcomes. The Journal of Educational Research, 111 (1). ISSN 0022-0671

Larsen, Kristine and Bednarski, Marsha (2011) Assessing the Effect of a Digital Planetarium Show on the Astronomical Understanding of Fifth Graders. In: Earth and Space Science: Making Connections in Education and Public Outreach. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 183-186.

Lawton, B. and Hemenway, M. K. and Mendex, B. and Odenwald, S. (2013) Using NASA Data in the Classroom: Promoting STEM Learning in Formal Education using Real Space Science Data. In: ASP Conference Series: Communicating Science: A National Conference on Science Education and Public Outreach, 4-8 August 2012, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

Lee, H. and Feldman, A. (2015) Photographs and Classroom Response Systems in Middle School Astronomy Classes. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 24 (4). ISSN 1059-0145, 1573-1839

Lee, Luan, C. (2011) Under One Big Sky: Elementary Pre-Service Teachers Use Inquiry to Learn about the Moon, Construct Knowledge, and Teach Elementary Students around the World via the Internet. Doctoral thesis, Ball State University.

Leite, Cristina and Hosoume, Yassuko (2007) THE SCIENCE TEACHERS AND THEIR WAY OF THINKING ABOUT ASTRONOMY. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 4. pp. 47-68. ISSN 1806-7573

Lidar, Malena and Almqvist, Jonas and Ostman, Leif (2010) A Pragmatist Approach to Meaning Making in Children’s Discussions About Gravity and the Shape of the Earth. Science Education, 94. pp. 689-709. ISSN 1098-237X

Liou, H. -H and Yang, S. J. and Chen, S. Y. and Tarng, W. (2017) The Influences of the 2D Image-Based Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality on Student Learning. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 20 (3). ISSN 11763647

Liu, Shu-Chiu (2005) MODELS OF “THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH”: AN INVESTIGATION OF GERMAN AND TAIWANESE STUDENTS’ ALTERNATIVE CONCEPTIONS OF THE UNIVERSE. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 3. pp. 295-325. ISSN 1573-1774

Lockwood, Jeff and Asbell-Clarke, Jodi (1996) K-12 Astronomy Education. In: Astronomy education: current developments, future coordination. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pp. 125-128.

Longhini, Marcos Daniel and Gomide, Hanny Angeles (2014) LEARNING ABOUT THE SKY FROM THE ENVIRONMENT: AN EXPERIENCE WORKING ALONG ONE YEAR WITH STUDENTS OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 18. pp. 49-71. ISSN 1806-7573

Lowry, W. H. (1984) Focus on Education: A consideration of visual pattern perception readiness as related to constellation study. The Planetarian, 13 (3). pp. 34-36. ISSN 0090-3213

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MacIntyre, Bill (2008) A model of teaching astronomy to pre-service teachers. In: Innovation in Astronomy Education. Cambridge University Press, pp. 32-38.

Machado, Daniel Iria and dos Santos, Carlos (2011) THE UNDERSTANDING OF ASTRONOMY CONCEPTS BY STUDENTS FROM BASIC EDUCATION OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL. Revista Latino-Americana de Educacao em Astronomia, 11. pp. 7-29. ISSN 1806-7573

Mali, G. B. and Howe, A. (1979) Development of earth and gravity concepts among Nepali children. Science Education, 63 (5). ISSN 1098-237X

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.

Marschall, Laurence A. (2000) The Universe on a Desktop: Observational Astronomy Simulations in the Instructional Laboratory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 17 (2). pp. 129-132. ISSN 1323-3580, 1448-6083

McKinnon, David H. (2005) The Eye Observatory Remote Telescope Project: Practical Astronomy for Years 7, 8 and 9. Project Report. Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.

McKinnon, David H. and Danaia, Lena J. (2008) Remote telescopes in education: report of an Australian study. In: Innovation in Astronomy Education. Cambridge University Press, pp. 233-242.

McKinnon, David H. and Geissinger, Helen (2002) Interactive Astronomy in Elementary Schools. Educational Technology & Society, 5 (1). pp. 124-128. ISSN 1436-4522

McKinnon, David H. and Geissinger, Helen (2002) Internet Astronomy in schools using remotely controlled telescopes. In: 1st International conference on Information Technology and Applications, 25/11/02 → 28/11/02, Bathurst, Australia.

McKinnon, David H. and Mainwaring, A. (2000) The Charles Sturt University Remote Telescope Project: Astronomy for Primary School Students. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 17 (2). pp. 125-128. ISSN 1323-3580, 1448-6083

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.

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.

Miyawaki, R. (1991) Problems with Teaching Astronomy in Japan. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 9 (1). p. 184. ISSN 1323-3580, 1448-6083

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

Myers, G. W. (1904) DEPARTMENTAL CONFERENCES - Astronomy. In: Proceedings of the Seventeenth Educational Conference of the Academies and High Schools Affiliating or Co-operating with the University of Chicago.

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Nassif, Thomas Harttung (2001) Development of an Elementary Science Curriculum based on Modern Astrobiology to Assess the Effectiveness of Computer Technology on Learning. Masters thesis, American University.

Nassif, Thomas Harttung (2001) Development of an Elementary Science Curriculum based on Modern Astrobiology to Assess the Effectiveness of Computer Technology on Learning. Masters thesis, American University.

Nelson, D. J. (1991) Children's explanations for phenomena related to manned space exploration--gravity, orbit, and weightlessness: An interview study. Doctoral thesis, University of Iowa.

Newsam, A.M. (2007) The National Schools’ Observatory. Astronomy & Geophysics, 48. pp. 422-426.

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