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L. B. Flick and N. G. Lederman (eds): Scientific Inquiry and Nature of Science: Implications for Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education

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Cakir, M. L. B. Flick and N. G. Lederman (eds): Scientific Inquiry and Nature of Science: Implications for Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education . Sci & Educ 20, 381–387 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11191-010-9274-7

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