Table of contents
I. Analogies, Models, and Creative Learning in Experts and Students
1. Introduction: A “Hidden World” of Nonformal Expert Reasoning
2. Major Processes Involved in Spontaneous Analogical Reasoning
3. Methods Experts Use…
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…Novice Scientists and Expert Scientists
12. English-Speaking Scientists and Multilingual Scientists
13. Gatekeepers, Guardians and Allies
14. Afterword: Negotiating…
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…Learning About Nature of Science Through Listening to Scientists’ Stories of Scientific Enquiry
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12. Multi-Dimentional Connections
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13. Connecting Scientists…
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Malcolm B. Butler
4. Science Education and…
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