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Heat and Temperature of Queens of the Night
Queens of the Night
2009, beĹžigrad gallery 1, ljubljana, slovenia

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Heat and Temperature of Queens of the Night

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- Kevin Carlton (2000), Teaching about heat and temperature. Physics Education 35, 101-105.

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- M. Wiser, D. Kipman (1988), The differentation of heat and temperature: An evaluation on the effect of microcomputer models on students' misconceptions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

- Sidney Strauss and Ruth Stavy (1983), Educational-developmental psychology and curriculum development: The case of heat and temperature. *In: H. Helm, J. D. Novak, Proceedings of the International Seminar "Misconceptions in Science and Mathematics". Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, 292-303.

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- R. Nachmias, R. Stavy and R. Avrams (1990), A microcomputer-based diagnostic system for identifying students' conception of heat and temperature. Int. J. Sci. Ed. 12, 123-132.

- Hans U. Fuchs, "Thermodynamics: a misconceived' theory," in Proceedings of the Second International Seminar "Misconceptions and Educational Strategies in Science and Mathematics," edited by J. Novak, Vol.III, pp. 160-167.

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- Paul G. Jasien and Graham E. Oberem, "Understanding of elementary concepts in heat and temperature among college students and K-12 teachers," J. Chem. Ed. 79, 889-895 (2002).

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